Who would want to use Witch’s Cauldron? (Hearthstone The Witchwood card preview)

Hearthstone’s The Witchwood expansion reveals continue and we got to see Witch’s Cauldron, a new Neutral Epic minion.

In this post, I take an in-depth look at the card and what kind of decks it could fit into.

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Darius Crowley and the return of Tempo Warrior (Hearthstone The Witchwood card preview)

Hearthstone’s The Witchwood expansion reveals continue and today we got to see Darius Crowley, the new Warrior Legendary minion.

In this post, I take an in-depth look at Darius and how these new cards may revive Tempo Warrior.

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Hagatha the Witch (Hearthstone The Witchwood card preview)

Hearthstone’s The Witchwood expansion reveal stream took place yesterday and revealed ten new cards. The most anticipated one was Hagatha the Witch, a legendary Shaman Hero card, and the only Hero card in the entire expansion.

In this post, I take an in-depth look at Hagatha and her effect.

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Hearthstone HCT Oslo March 2018 Tour Stop decks, results, and analysis

Hearthstone HCT Polaris Oslo March 2018 Tour Stop was played from 24th March to 25th March 2018 at Ballroom in Oslo, Norway. It was an open Hearthstone Championship Tour Stop, where 229 players competed for a $15,000 USD prize pool and HCT points.

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

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Guide to the Echo mechanic (Hearthstone The Witchwood)

Hearthstone’s The Witchwood expansion brings two new mechanics into the game. The first one is Rush, a Charge that cannot hit face. The second one, Echo, is more interesting: cards with Echo return to your hand as ghostly copies when played and can be played again during the same turn. At the end of the turn, the ghostly copies disappear from hand.

There is actually already a card in the game that functions exactly like Echo: Unstable Evolution. If you’ve played some Shaman recently – and not many people have – you may already have experience with how the mechanic works.

With more similar cards coming out, there will be more interesting situations with the mechanic, so let’s go through what we know about the mechanic and what synergies there may be.

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