Dreamhack Montreal 2017 Hearthstone Grand Prix decks, results, and analysis

Dreamhack Montreal 2017 Hearthstone Grand Prix was played from 8th to 10th September 2017 in Montreal, Canada. 120 players participated in this open LAN tournament that consisted of nine rounds of Swiss followed by single-elimination top-16 playoffs.

In this post, I take a look at the decks and results of the tournament, including class distribution, archetypes, and archetype performance.

Results

The event was played in a best-of-five Last Hero Standing format with one ban.

First, the 120 players went through nine rounds of Swiss to determine the top-16 cut for single-elimination playoffs. After those nine rounds, no players were undefeated. Zalae, TerrenceM, and Teebs were at the top with 8-1 record, followed by Walaoumpa, Monsanto, Insom, Muzzy, Coachtwisted, HotMEOWTH, and Cydonia at 7-2.

There were 20 players at 6-3, and only six of them made it to the top-16 cut: Iniesta8, Seohyun628, Impact, Tars, Talion, and Th3RaT. Several well-known players were out on tiebreakers, such as Docpwn, DrJikininki, Jarla, Tixuty, and GreenSheep.

During the Swiss rounds, the decklists were hidden. However, the decklists became public for the top-16 playoffs. In practice, it was more difficult to pull off any surprises in the top-16.

Here is the playoff bracket and results:

Final standings and prizes:

1st $7,500 + 15 HCT points Muzzy
2nd $3,500 + 12 HCT points Seohyun628
3rd and 4th $2,050 + 8 HCT points HotMEOWTH, Insom
5th – 8th $1,125 + 4 HCT points Th3RaT, Walaoumpa, Talion, Tars
9th – 16th $675 + 2 HCT points Zalae, Coachtwisted, Impact, Monsanto, TerrenceM, Cydonia, Teebs, Iniesta8

 

Class distribution in the tournament and in top-8

With Dreamhack using the smash.gg platform for their tournaments, decklists are included on the platform. You can find around 85% of the tournament decks there, the rest are missing for some reason. All the decks from the top-16 are there.

Classes in the entire tournament from the most popular to the least popular (based on the 85% of decks that were published):

  • Druid: 103
  • Priest: 88
  • Warrior: 68
  • Paladin: 55
  • Shaman: 44
  • Warlock: 27
  • Mage: 19
  • Rogue: 5
  • Hunter: 4

Classes in the top-16 from the most popular to the least popular:

  • Druid: 16
  • Priest: 15
  • Warrior: 12
  • Paladin: 9
  • Shaman: 6
  • Mage: 3
  • Warlock: 2
  • Rogue: 1
  • Hunter: 0

Druid and Priest continue to dominate the field, but such extensive representation begs to be punished. In some ways it has already been, as lineups that target Druid and Priest emerged in both APAC Summer Playoffs and Dreamhack Montreal and had some success in both tournaments. Such lineups come with their own weaknesses though, and depend on extreme levels of Druid and Priest to succeed.

Thanks to its smash platform, Dreamhack also offers some statistics on the tournament. Here are winrates for the Swiss portion of the tournament, by class. Archetype-level stats are not available.

Archetype distribution by class and archetype performance in top-16

Jade Druid and Kazakus Priest, they just keep rolling. The open nature of Dreamhack Montreal showed in some non-competitive choices being brought by players who finished near the bottom. Alas, not all rare choices are non-competitive, there were a number of very interesting unique decks in the tournament that reached the top-16 even.

The aggressive trio comes behind the two mainstays: Pirate Warrior, Murloc Paladin, and Evolve Shaman lay the strongest claim on the remaining two deckslots, and their combinations were a common sight in the tournament.

At a significantly lower representation come the control and combo decks. Handlock, Taunt Warrior, Big Priest, Control Mage, and Exodia Mage can all find a place in the current tournament meta.

Mage is perhaps the most interesting class right now. We’re seeing Freeze Mage, Exodia Mage, Control Mage, even Secret Mage and Giants Quest Mage. There is clearly potential in the class, but what is the right deck to bring? Some decks had a lot of success, but the class as a whole did not. That is the sign of an unsolved puzzle, and Mage continues to offer high potential rewards for those who dare to take the risk of fitting one into their lineup.

Priest is dominated by Kazakus Priest, but Big Priest has its fans. With Big Priests making deep runs in both APAC Summer Playoffs and Dreamhack Montreal, it can be expected that people keep experimenting with it, and maybe it can even rise to challenge the dominance of Kazakus Priest. Such a difficult time for the class to have two archetypes that are so incredibly good!

The resurgence of Handlock, perhaps inspired by Pavel with his Handlock at the Europe Summer Playoffs, has brought some results, but not quite as good as players no doubt expected. There are still several competing builds – Handlock, Control Warlock, even Kazakus Warlock – and the competition to see which one is the best is yet to be solved.

Taunt Warrior has also been unable to repeat its success from the Europe Summer Playoffs. However, Control Warrior is not dead, with both Fatigue Warrior and N’Zoth Control Warrior biding their time and waiting for the right player to find out how to incorporate one or the other into a good tournament lineup. There was already one N’Zoth Control Warrior in the top-16 at Dreamhack Montreal, perhaps a sign of things to come. (As a sidenote, I played my own N’Zoth Control Warrior build to legend last season, and wondered when people would discover how good it is in Frozen Throne – perhaps that time is coming closer, or perhaps Fiery War Axe nerf will take it away before it has a decent chance.)

Shaman is all about Evolve. Slower Shaman decks have a hard time challenging the dominant metagame, but Evolve Shaman can be tweaked and tinkered, and it can still deliver at times.

The most popular archetypes in the entire tournament (based on the 85% of decks that were published):

  • 91 Jade Druids
  • 77 Kazakus Priests
  • 56 Pirate Warriors
  • 51 Murloc Paladins
  • 43 Evolve Shamans
  • 20 Handlocks
  • 10 Taunt Warriors
  • 10 Aggro Druids
  • 8 Big Priest
  • 8 Control Mages
  • 8 Exodia Mages

Almost full (around 85%) archetype distribution in the entire tournament:

Paladin

  • 51 Murloc Paladins
  • 2 Control Paladins
  • 1 Handbuff Paladin
  • 1 Midrange Paladin

Warrior

  • 56 Pirate Warriors
  • 10 Taunt Warriors
  • 1 N’Zoth Control Warrior
  • 1 Fatigue Warrior

Druid

  • 91 Jade Druids
  • 10 Aggro Druids
  • 2 Midrange Token Druids

Mage

  • 8 Control Mages
  • 8 Exodia Mages
  • 2 Freeze Mages
  • 1 Secret Mage
  • 1 Giants Quest Mage

Rogue

  • 3 Miracle Rogues
  • 1 Tempo Rogue
  • 1 Water Rogue

Shaman

  • 43 Evolve Shamans
  • 1 Jade Shaman

Priest

  • 77 Kazakus Priests
  • 2 Dragon Kazakus Priests
  • 8 Big Priests
  • 1 Dragon Priest

Warlock

  • 20 Handlocks
  • 6 Control Warlocks
  • 1 Kazakus Warlock

Hunter

  • 3 Midrange Hunters
  • 1 Secret Hunter

Archetype distribution and performance in the top-16 playoffs (excluding mirror matches):

Paladin

  • 9 Murloc Paladins 8-7

Warrior

  • 10 Pirate Warriors 3-9
  • 1 Taunt Warrior 3-3
  • 1 N’Zoth Control Warrior

Druid

  • 16 Jade Druids 5-3

Mage

  • 1 Exodia Mage 3-2
  • 1 Giants Quest Mage 0-2
  • 1 Secret Mage 4-2

Rogue:

  • 1 Tempo Rogue 1-2

Shaman

  • 6 Evolve Shamans 7-4

Priest

  • 13 Kazakus Priests 11-9
  • 2 Big Priests 2-3

Warlock

  • 2 Handlocks 0-1

Lineups

As for entire lineups, there were some weird lineups in the tournament, especially the lower you go in the standings. It was an open tournament after all, and full lineup data is probably less telling than in a full pro tournament. However, it may be of interest to examines some lineup data.

The most popular lineups in the tournament:

  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Pirate Warrior, Evolve Shaman: 14
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Pirate Warrior, Murloc Paladin: 12
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Pirate Warrior, Handlock: 7
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Handlock, Murloc Paladin: 4
  • Jade Druid, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior, Murloc Paladin: 4

No other lineups were brought by more than three players. There was less convergence in lineups in an open tournament than there has been in HCT tournaments, for example.

Lineups of the top-16 players:

  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Pirate Warrior, Evolve Shaman: 4
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Pirate Warrior, Murloc Paladin: 3
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Murloc Paladin: 1
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Handlock, Murloc Paladin: 1
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, N’Zoth Control Warrior, Murloc Paladin: 1
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Taunt Warrior, Exodia Mage: 1
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Evolve Shaman: 1
  • Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Pirate Warrior, Handlock: 1
  • Jade Druid, Big Priest, Giants Quest Mage, Murloc Paladin: 1
  • Jade Druid, Big Priest, Pirate Warrior, Murloc Paladin: 1
  • Jade Druid, Secret Mage, Pirate Warrior, Murloc Paladin: 1

There were 11 different lineups present in the top-16. At least one representative of each of the four most popular lineups made it to the top-16, and the most popular aggressive lineups were very successful, with 4/14 and 3/12 making it to the top-16.

Tars and Insom reached top-16 by targeting Jade Druid and Kazakus Priest, much like what we saw earlier in the weekend in the APAC Summer Playoffs, but not yet in the Europe Summer Playoffs one week before. The highly specialized lineups that target the by far most prevalent decks have been fine-tuned over the past week and were ready to strike at this specific meta. They have significant weaknesses though, most notably against full aggro lineups, so it is only by being a rare occurrence that they are able to shine.

Deck spotlights

There were some really interesting and unique decks in the tournament alongside the many variations of familiar builds. Let’s take a look at some of the decks that made it to the top-16!

Walaoumpa’s Tempo Rogue

Warning, there was a Rogue deck in the top-16 of a Knights of the Frozen Throne tournament! Collapse of the world is imminent. Please maintain good tempo in order to survive.

Walaoumpa is not a believer in Gadgetzan Auctioneer. Instead, he rocked the Dreamhack with his Tempo Rogue, making use of cards such as Plague Scientist (remember, we all predicted it would be good – and now it has a deck to support), Prince Keleseth, and Prince Valanar. Yup, that’s a double Prince deck, running no other two- or four-drops except for the Princes.

A very interesting and deadly build capable of buffing up its tokens with Cobalt Scalebane and Bonemare and creating more and more hard removal with Shadowcaster. There’s even a Nerubian Unraveler in the deck to prevent early board clears, say, from a Kazakus Priest.

Deck code: AAECAaIHCO0C3QiRvALJvwKnzgKU0AKc4gKe4gILtAGoBdQF3K8CkrYCgcICm8IC68ICm8gCyssCps4CAA==

See it in action:

Tempo Rogue vs Pirate Warrior: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173628912?t=06m19s

Tempo Rogue vs Taunt Warrior: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173826566?t=03m50s

Tempo Rogue vs Kazakus Priest: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173826566?t=18m20s

Tars’s Giants Quest Mage

Tars targeted Jade Druid and Kazakus Priest. Instead of bringing Exodia Mage, however, he chose to bring a Giants version running Arcane Giants and a Molten Giant. The Giants version does not have quite the same inevitability as Exodia Mage’s endless Fireballs, but it has some tools to work with other than the quest, making it slightly more resilient against aggressive decks.

In a regular game, Giants Quest Mage completes its quest, plays some Giants on the board, and takes an extra turn to Alexstrasza the opponent and then promptly punch face for lethal damage. The power of Giants can also give the deck some ways to work against aggressive decks even without the quest, stalling the game and using 8/8 minions to counter-clock the opponent.

Deck code: AAECAY0WBsUE3AqIrwLGwQLQwQK50QIMigHAAckDqwTLBJYFkqwCgbICgrQCwcECmMQC3s0CAA==

See it in action:

Giants Quest Mage vs Evolve Shaman: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173645367?t=05m39s

Giants Quest Mage vs Secret Mage: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173827405?t=15m32s

Tars’s Big Priest

At APAC Summer Playoffs, Cocosasa piloted a Big Priest all the way to the finals. That list included cards such as Mind Vision, but Tars does not toy around. His list is consistent, lethal, and big.

The deck is designed to beat Jade Druid and Kazakus Priest, exactly targeting the most dominant tournament meta at the moment. Once it rolls something big from Barnes or Shadow Essence, it can then proceed to resurrect that minion again with Eternal Servitude, enabling big minions on the board early in the game.

Deck code: AAECAa0GBqIJ1gqoqwKFuAK3uwLCzgIM5QTTCtcKoawCoqwCtbsC6L8C6r8C0cEC5cwC5swCtM4CAA==

See it in action:

Big Priest vs Kazakus Priest: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173645367?t=31m34s

Big Priest vs Secret Mage: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173827405?t=30m49s

Big Priest vs Jade Druid: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173827405?t=49m35s

TerrenceM’s N’Zoth Control Warrior

N’Zoth Control Warrior has been kept under wraps for much of the Knights of the Frozen Throne meta. It is a powerful deck that can really bring the pain to Kazakus Priest, often gathering too much armor for the Priest to burn through while also being able to go for massive swings with N’Zoth and avoiding fatigue thanks to Direhorn Hatchlings, and in this case also Dead Man’s Hand.

Now the secret is out, though. TerrenceM piloted this deck to a top-16 finish. It was only featured on stream in one series, but that is a great one to watch (link below).

This list is built with a Druid ban in mind. For ladder use, replacing Harrison Jones with a Skulking Geist can be a good move.

Deck code: AAECAQcGS6QDkAfgrAKOzgKf0wIMkAORA9QE/ASRBv8Hsgj7DMbDAqLHAsrNAszNAgA=

See it in action:

N’Zoth Control Warrior vs Kazakus Priest: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173360654?t=20m45s

Insom’s Secret Mage

Sometimes you just want to blow things up on a budget. Insom’s Secret Mage is perfect for those times, as it only includes two epic cards, the Primordial Glyphs. Every card in the deck is included in two copies, making this a steady and consistent deck.

The deck is highly aggressive and wants to end games quickly. Insom brought it to the tournament to target Jade Druid via the aggressive strategy, beating it to pulp before it has a chance to react. The players in APAC Summer Playoffs chose the control/combo route, as the aggressive route had not worked out for players in the Europe Summer Playoffs. Insom nonetheless managed to go all the way to the top-4 before his lineup was sweeped by Jade Druid.

With a 4-2 record in the top-16 playoffs, Insom’s Secret Mage was one of the most successful decks at that stage of the tournament.

Deck code: AAECAY0WAA9xwwG7ApUDqwTmBJYF7AWBsgKjtgLXtgKHvQLBwQKYxAKmzgIA

See it in action:

Secret Mage vs Giants Quest Mage: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173827405?t=15m32s

Secret Mage vs Big Priest: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173827405?t=30m49s

Secret Mage vs Jade Druid: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173860039?t=05m23s

Impact’s Murloc Paladin

Murloc Paladin is actually a rather diverse deck right now. Most lists are somewhere between the hyper-aggressive Murloc Paladin from Journey to Un’Goro and the Midrange Murloc Paladin that was also popular for a period of time during that meta, but Impact’s build is a true Murloc Paladin that honors the aggro deck’s traditions: no Tirion, no The Curator shenanigans, just lots of Murlocs, a pair of Stewards of Darkshire, and two copies of Divine Favor to refuel.

This deck just wants you dead, plain and simple. Simple enough to pilot to the top-16 of a Dreamhack, even.

Deck code: AAECAZ8FBP4D474CucECps4CDcUD2wOnBdAHpwjTqgLZrgL/rwLTvAKzwQKdwgKxwgLjywIA

See it in action:

Murloc Paladin vs Kazakus Priest: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173628912?t=22m34s

Muzzy’s Kazakus Priest

There are many varieties of Kazakus Priest. Muzzy’s build is one of the more modern styles of the deck, focusing heavily on card draw in order to find the game-winning combination of Raza the Chained and Shadowreaper Anduin. Especially Kazakus Priest mirrors are decided almost solely by how fast the players are able to find their key combo pieces, so the more card draw you can fit in the deck, the better. Even running a Gnomish Inventor can be worthwhile in the attempt to draw like crazy throughout the game.

Muzzy had also chosen to include powerful burst from Prophet Velen alongside additional fuel from Elise the Trailblazer, an old Priest favorite that has seen some play in Kazakus Priest, but that is by no means a staple. It does fit in very well with all the card draw, giving the deck some additional resources and also benefiting from all that card draw to find the Pack quickly.

Deck code: AAECAZ/HAh4JigH7AZcCnAK0AqEE5QTtBaUJ0wrXCvIM+wyhrAKStAKDuwK1uwK3uwLYuwLovwLqvwLRwQLYwQLZwQLTxQLPxwK+yALwzwKQ0wIAAA==

See it in action:

Kazakus Priest vs Taunt Warrior: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173873579?t=34m05s

Kazakus Priest vs Exodia Mage: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173873579?t=42m48s

Kazakus Priest vs Murloc Paladin: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173577169?t=20m13s

Kazakus Priest vs Pirate Warrior: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/173577169?t=27m34s

Appendix 1: Decks by player in top-16

Zalae:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Handlock

Th3RaT:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Pirate Warrior

Coachtwisted:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Pirate Warrior

HotMEOWTH:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Evolve Shaman
  • Pirate Warrior

Walaoumpa:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Evolve Shaman
  • Tempo Rogue

Impact:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Pirate Warrior

Monsanto:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Handlock
  • Pirate Warrior

Seohyun628:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Exodia Mage
  • Taunt Warrior

TerrenceM:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • N’Zoth Control Warrior

Talion:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Evolve Shaman
  • Pirate Warrior

Muzzy:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Evolve Shaman

Cydonia:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Evolve Shaman
  • Pirate Warrior

Teebs:

  • Jade Druid
  • Kazakus Priest
  • Evolve Shaman
  • Pirate Warrior

Tars:

  • Jade Druid
  • Big Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Giants Quest Mage

Insom:

  • Jade Druid
  • Secret Mage
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Pirate Warrior

Iniesta8:

  • Jade Druid
  • Big Priest
  • Murloc Paladin
  • Pirate Warrior

Appendix 2: Dreamhack Montreal Hearthstone Grand Prix 2017 top-16 matches

Raw data on matches, lineups, and bans.

Round of 16, match 1: Zalae vs Th3RaT

Zalae: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Handlock

Th3RaT: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Zalae banned Jade Druid and Th3RaT banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Kazakus Priest wins against Murloc Paladin

Kazakus Priest loses to Pirate Warrior

Murloc Paladin wins against Pirate Warrior

Murloc Paladin loses to Kazakus Priest

Handlock loses to Kazakus Priest

Zalae 2 – Th3RaT 3.

Round of 16, match 2: Coachtwisted vs HotMEOWTH

Coachtwisted: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

HotMEOWTH: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Coachtwisted banned ? and HotMEOWTH banned ?.

Games:

Not streamed.

Coachtwisted 0 – HotMEOWTH 3.

Round of 16, match 3: Walaoumpa vs Impact

Walaoumpa: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Tempo Rogue

Impact: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Walaoumpa banned Jade Druid and Impact banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Tempo Rogue loses to Pirate Warrior

Kazakus Priest wins against Pirate Warrior

Kazakus Priest wins against Murloc Paladin

Kazakus Priest wins against Kazakus Priest

Walaoumpa 3 – Impact 1.

Round of 16, match 4: Monsanto vs Seohyun628

Monsanto: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Handlock, Pirate Warrior

Seohyun628: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Exodia Mage, Taunt Warrior

Bans: Monsanto banned ? and Seohyun628 banned ?.

Games:

Not streamed.

Monsanto 2 – Seohyun628 3.

Round of 16, match 5: TerrenceM vs Talion

TerrenceM: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, N’Zoth Control Warrior

Talion: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Bans: TerrenceM banned ? and Talion banned ?.

Games:

Not streamed.

TerrenceM 2 – Talion 3.

Round of 16, match 6: Muzzy vs Cydonia

Muzzy: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Evolve Shaman

Cydonia: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Muzzy banned Jade Druid and Cydonia banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Evolve Shaman wins against Kazakus Priest

Evolve Shaman wins against Evolve Shaman

Evolve Shaman wins against Pirate Warrior

Muzzy 3 – Cydonia 0.

Round of 16, match 7: Teebs vs Tars

Teebs: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Tars: Jade Druid, Big Priest, Murloc Paladin, Giants Quest Mage

Bans: Teebs banned Jade Druid and Tars banned Pirate Warrior.

Games:

Evolve Shaman wins against Giants Quest Mage

Evolve Shaman loses to Big Priest

Kazakus Priest wins against Big Priest

Kazakus Priest loses to Murloc Paladin

Jade Druid loses to Murloc Paladin

Teebs 2 – Tars 3.

Round of 16, match 8: Insom vs Iniesta8

Insom: Jade Druid, Secret Mage, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

Iniesta8: Jade Druid, Big Priest, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Insom banned Murloc Paladin and Iniesta8 banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Pirate Warrior loses to Jade Druid

Murloc Paladin wins against Jade Druid

Murloc Paladin loses to Pirate Warrior

Secret Mage wins against Pirate Warrior

Secret Mage wins against Big Priest

Insom 3 – Iniesta8 2.

Quarter-final 1: Th3RaT vs HotMEOWTH

Th3RaT: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

HotMEOWTH: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Th3RaT banned Jade Druid and HotMEOWTH banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Kazakus Priest loses to Kazakus Priest

Pirate Warrior loses to Kazakus Priest

Murloc Paladin wins against Kazakus Priest

Murloc Paladin loses to Evolve Shaman

Th3RaT 1 – HotMEOWTH 3.

Quarter-final 2: Walaoumpa vs Seohyun628

Walaoumpa: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Tempo Rogue

Seohyun628: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Exodia Mage, Taunt Warrior

Bans: Walaoumpa banned Jade Druid and Seohyun628 banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Tempo Rogue wins against Taunt Warrior

Tempo Rogue loses to Kazakus Priest

Kazakus Priest wins against Kazakus Priest

Kazakus Priest loses to Exodia Mage

Evolve Shaman loses to Exodia Mage

Walaoumpa 2 – Seohyun628 3.

Quarter-final 3: Talion vs Muzzy

Talion: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Muzzy: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Evolve Shaman

Bans: Talion banned Jade Druid and Muzzy banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Evolve Shaman loses to Evolve Shaman

Kazakus Priest wins against Evolve Shaman

Kazakus Priest wins against Kazakus Priest

Kazakus Priest loses to Murloc Paladin

Pirate Warrior loses to Murloc Paladin

Talion 2 – Muzzy 3.

Quarter-final 4: Tars vs Insom

Tars: Jade Druid, Big Priest, Murloc Paladin, Giants Quest Mage

Insom: Jade Druid, Secret Mage, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Tars banned Pirate Warrior and Insom banned Murloc Paladin.

Games:

Jade Druid loses to Secret Mage

Giants Quest Mage loses to Secret Mage

Big Priest wins against Secret Mage

Big Priest loses to Jade Druid

Tars 1 – Insom 3.

Semi-final 1: HotMEOWTH vs Seohyun628

HotMEOWTH: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Evolve Shaman, Pirate Warrior

Seohyun628: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Exodia Mage, Taunt Warrior

Bans: HotMEOWTH banned Jade Druid and Seohyun628 banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Kazakus Priest loses to Taunt Warrior

Pirate Warrior loses to Taunt Warrior

Evolve Shaman wins against Taunt Warrior

Evolve Shaman wins against Exodia Mage

Evolve Shaman loses to Kazakus Priest

HotMEOWTH 2 – Seohyun628 3.

Semi-final 2: Muzzy vs Insom

Muzzy: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Evolve Shaman

Insom: Jade Druid, Secret Mage, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior

Bans: Muzzy banned Jade Druid and Insom banned Murloc Paladin.

Games:

Jade Druid wins against Secret Mage

Jade Druid wins against Murloc Paladin

Jade Druid wins against Pirate Warrior

Muzzy 3 – Insom 0.

Grand Final: Seohyun628 vs Muzzy

Seohyun628: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Exodia Mage, Taunt Warrior

Muzzy: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Murloc Paladin, Evolve Shaman

Bans: Seohyun628 banned Jade Druid and Muzzy banned Jade Druid.

Games:

Kazakus Priest loses to Murloc Paladin

Taunt Warrior wins against Murloc Paladin

Taunt Warrior loses to Kazakus Priest

Exodia Mage wins against Kazakus Priest

Exodia Mage loses to Evolve Shaman

Seohyun628 2 – Muzzy 3.

 

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