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Token Druid Deck

by JR Cook on

Episode 28: Token Druid Deck This weeks episode we go 5-0 with a little different Token Druid deck.  No Violet Teachers or Imp Masters for us but we have a moment of silence for the Wonder Bra hot air balloon that perished this week. We hope you enjoy! Deck List Token Druid Class: Druid Druid (15) Innervate x2 Wrath x2 Savage Roar x2 Swipe x2 Keeper of the Grove x2 Druid of the Claw x2 Force of Nature Ancient of Lore x2 Neutral (15) Echoing Ooze x2 Haunted Creeper x2 Harvest Golem x2 Shade of Naxxramas x2 Defender of Argus x2 Loatheb Spectral Knight x2 Cairne Bloodhoof The Black Knight

 

Deck of the Week #30: Xixo’s Shaman

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Every Friday a legendary member from team DKMR breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint Faramir here, bringing you this weeks Deck of the Week.  As many of you know ROOT’s Xixo teared through 2 Liquid Hearth Opens to consecutively qualify for both VGVN events. He followed a unique strategy : leaving the enemy’s Hunter deck unbanned and countering it with his Shaman deck. With great success! Lets take

 

Mid Range Ramp Druid Deck

by JR Cook on

Episode 28: Mid Range Ramp Druid Deck This week we go 4-1 with a Ramp Druid!  5/10 Ancient of War OP and leaked photo’s…that is all. Deck List Mid Range Ramp Druid Class: Druid Druid (18) Innervate x2 Wild Growth x2 Wrath x2 Savage Roar Swipe x2 Keeper of the Grove x2 Druid of the Claw x2 Force of Nature Ancient of Lore x2 Ancient of War x2 Neutral (12) Zombie Chow x2 Harvest Golem x2 Sen’jin Shieldmasta x2 Loatheb Sludge Belcher x2 Sunwalker Sylvanas Windrunner Kel’Thuzad

 

Deck of the Week #29: Impact’s Zoo

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Every Friday a legendary member from team DKMR breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint – Empeopled Brad here again to bring you the deck of the week. Most of us have seen Impact tear up the Sunshine open, defeating Brian Kibler, a well-known professional Magic the Gathering player, in the finals. Since it’s the start of a new season, we figured we’d write about a deck that tends to do a

Heroic Kel’Thuzad was actually not a tremendously difficult fight, once you became familiar with the mechanics. He starts with 45 Health, but immediately adds 20 Armor at the beginning of the encounter. The encounter is split into two phases, based around one of either the removal of the entirety of Kel’Thuzad’s Armor, or a randomly triggered timer on or after turn eight. If you successfully remove all of his Armor, he will end your turn at that exact moment. Upon entering the second phase, his available Hero Power will change, moving the fight from its initial DPS race flavour to a slightly more manageable pace. He does, however, spawn two Guardian of Icecrown minions when phase two begins. Read below for Kel’Thuzad’s decklist, as well as images of his Hero Powers, then our recommendation for a successful deck and strategy to defeat him with! Kel’Thuzad’s Hero Powers & Decklist In

 

BlizzPro’s Heroic Boss Guides

by Kevin Hovdestad on

We here at BlizzPro made the conscious choice not to spoil the Naxxramas content while it was current – as players, we wanted the challenge to ourselves, and that mentality carried over into our coverage throughout the five week release window. Now that Naxxramas has been fully released and available in full for a couple of weeks, we’d like to start and offer our tips, tricks, and experiences with each encounter! Our focus will be on the Heroic challenges, as the normal bosses were generally not too difficult to dispatch. This article will be kept up-to-date with links to a separate write-up for each Heroic guide, so feel free to bookmark it or reference it and check back as we post a walkthrough for each fight. Our intent is to revisit them in roughly reverse chronological order, give or take, to focus on the later encounters that you might still

 

How To: Naxxramas Shaman

by Kevin Hovdestad on

Greetings, friend. Once a month, I try to bring a different class and deck list together for my How To segment, and I wanted to focus on a class that got lots of value out of the new Naxxramas cards. In the past, we’ve looked at fairly late game decks and play styles – Control Warrior and Ramp Druid, specifically – so I thought we’d get a little more (but not too!) aggressive. Midrange Shaman is a deck that has an absolutely inspired level of flexibility. It has sufficient depth in terms of removal to wrestle through most aggressive decks, as well as enough win conditions and damage to threaten control decks before they really catch their stride. If you learn the ins and outs of how and when to utilize the complete toolkit, you can make this deck work against a huge variety of opponents. One weakness to be

 

Midrange Shaman Deck

by JR Cook on

Episode 27: Midrange Shaman Deck Wanna see how annoying Hunters can be and how EPIC Kel’Thuzad can be?  This is the episode for you!  A little more on the serious side than usual but a good mix of ups and downs…..and how often do you hear the host read forum posts on helium?  Enjoy! Deck List Midrange Shaman Naxx Class: Shaman Shaman (17) Earth Shock x2 Lightning Bolt Rockbiter Weapon x2 Ancestral Spirit Flametongue Totem x2 Feral Spirit x2 Hex x2 Lightning Storm x2 Fire Elemental x2 Al’Akir the Windlord Neutral (13) Bloodmage Thalnos Haunted Creeper x2 Harvest Golem Defender of Argus x2 Gnomish Inventor Azure Drake Harrison Jones Loatheb Sludge Belcher x2 Kel’Thuzad

After a dominant run through the opposition, Aleksandr “Kolento” Malsh is crowned VGVN #2 champion. The Ukrainian went 3-0 in the group stage then scored a cumulative 8-2 in the playoffs to take home the lion’s share of the $2,500 prize pool. Denied the Millenium M-House Cup trophy in late June by Amaz, Kolento finally claimed his first ever tournament win on Sunday August 31st. Placed in Group B with Trump, Xixo and Realz, Kolento finished with a score of 3-0 (9-2 in games), and entered the playoffs as a top seed. A decisive victory against ThijsNL (4-1) in the Semifinals on the back of his Druid and Shaman decks, set the stage for the grand finals against Hyped. Just as his competitor fell before him, Hyped was dealt a 1-4 defeat leaving Kolento with a 17-4 record over the 3 day tournament. Two of the top ranked players in Europe and North America, Kolento and Hyped are each seeded top 16 for the upcoming BlizzCon

 

Deck of the Week #28: Miracle Rogue

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Every Friday a legendary member from team DKMR breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats – Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint – SoulFire Masters This week we’re going to be going over a deck that has been one of the top decks in the last several seasons and continues to be a strong component in the meta. Miracle Rogue, one of the decks that can be extremely annoying to play against, so it’s a good idea to put