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In game 5 of the World Championship semifinals, Fr0zen finds himself in dire straits against JasonZhou's Aggro Druid. He ends up making a subtle, risky, and brilliant decision on turn six which ultimately wins him the game. Would you have done the same?
After taking a brief break from my series on the January World Championships, I've gone back to the HCT well for the latest episode of "What's the Move?". This play comes from game 5 of the semifinal matchup between Fr0zen and JasonZhou, where Fr0zen finds himself in rough spot against JasonZhou's Aggro Druid. He ends up making a subtle, risky, and brilliant decision on turn six which ultimately wins him the game. Would you have done the same?
Though this play might not have been as flashy as some of the others made throughout the tournament, I thought it was an excellent example of the attention to detail which is required to play Hearthstone at a professional level. Little moves like these tend to go unnoticed over the course of a tournament weekend, yet they are frequently the kinds of plays which end up deciding entire matches (such as in this semifinal).
Before letting you guys go, I'd like to send out a my biggest, most sincere thanks to my viewers for all of the submissions I've been receiving of late! I've really enjoyed chatting with you guys here on Icy Veins, on reddit, and over on twitter. I look forward to incorporating as many of these submissions as I can into future episodes!
Guild Name: Atrum Veneficus
Realm: Draenor EU
Realm Timezone: CET (GMT+1)
Hello, we are a casual raiding guild that is looking for skilled, dedicated and mature players in order to empower our raiding team. We aim at progression without losing the element of fun during the raid, since progression alone isn't what we want. We are currently gathering our 20+ man mythic team, with plans to begin mythic raiding in the near future
Current raid schedule: Monday and Thursday, 20:00 - 23:00
All raiders should be online at least 15 minutes prior to raid start
What we expect from you:
- Good raiding experience
- Gear of 955 item level, fully and properly gemmed and echanted
- Performance that corresponds with your item level
- Be prepared for the raid with tactics and consumables (for that rare occassion that they won't be distributed by the guild)
- Have and be able to use Discord - use of microphone is strongly suggested
- Mature attitude - drama is not tolerated; be able to handle raid mechanics / combat related suggestions and/or criticism
Resto Druid OR Mistweaver Monk Elemental Shaman Shadow Priest Moonkin Druid (active healing offspec will be welcome) All specs of Rogue Windwalker Monk (active healing offspec also welcome) Every player that meets our requirements and would like to join will be considered.
If you're interested in being a part of Atrum Veneficus poke us ingame:
Nathyrallin (Veevee#2738), Uglyfella, Blubellé, Fluffycookie, Kattè, Nelltem
See you ingame!
Think you have what it takes to cast Hearthstone? Blizzard's "So You Think You Can Cast" contest runs through March 18th, offering Hearthstone fans a shot at the big leagues.
The 2018 edition of Hearthstone's "So You Think You Can Cast" contest is officially underway. Running from now until March 18th, Blizzard is now accepting submissions to their annual contest for casting duos (sorry, solo casters). Speaking as a Hearthstone fan who happens reads Twitch chat during major Hearthstone tournaments, I'd be very surprised if there weren't a few of you out there who think they can do better than the current pros!
If you think you have what it takes to cast Hearthstone, all you need to do is record you and your buddy casting the match above and submit your video over to HStalent@blizzard.com, along with a bit of additional information which is described in the official blog post.
Our very own L0rinda won this contest back in 2016 to cast HCT Summer, and I'm angling to submit an entry of my own to this year's contest. Wish me luck!
The Sworn is recruiting DPS. We are a Horde guild on Arthas and our current progression is 5/11 Mythic Antorus. We only raid two nights a week, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:15 PM until 12:15 AM Eastern. Currently, our main goal is to push Mythic progression & finish out the raid before next patch, please keep this in mind if you wish to join us, because we will not be doing Heroic or anything like that.
From you, we would expect 100% attendance during your trial period; after that if you cannot make a raid or will be late it is mandatory to keep the raid leader updated. In order to continue making good progression while raiding only two nights a week, we expect that you know your class inside-out and will research any bosses you are unfamiliar with prior to raids.
As far as classes are concerned, at this time, we do not have ANY rogues, DPS warriors, havoc DH, or wind walkers.
If you are interested, add me to battle tag and we will talk (violentravi#1826), I will accept mostly anyone who wants to be a bench or casual, but for raiding purposes, you must be able to provide logs.
Thank you for your consideration
Safety not Guaranteed is an English speaking Alliance raiding guild on Emerald Dream. We raid 3 times a week and are mainly focused on mythic raiding.
7/7M, 3/3M, 10/10M, 7/9M ToS, 5/11M Antorus
We are currently recruiting the following classes to progress with us through Antorus:
Melee DPS: DH, DK, Rogue, Warrior, Feral, Enh Shaman
Ranged DPS: Mage, Warlock, Priest, Boomkin, Ele Shaman
Healer (1): Druid(preferred), Monk, Priest
Our raiding schedule is:
- Thursday: 20.00 - 23.00 (server time)
- Monday: 20.00 - 23.00 (server time)
- Tuesday: 20.00 - 23.00 (server time)
Apply here: http://safetynotguaranteed.guildlaunch.com/
Even if we are not actively recruiting your class, we will consider any exceptional applications.
Safety not Guaranteed (SnG) was initially formed on horde side by a small group of friends in early MoP, raiding 10man heroic. Later during the expansion we faction changed to Alliance and expanded our roster to a 20man mythic team, where we cleared SoO mythic as a guild. Many of us have been playing together since as early as WotLK, and have friendships with each other that extend outside the game as well.
Our goal ever since the guild was formed has been to progress through content at a steady pace, without hardcore hours, while having a good time together. We aim to clear each tier before the next one is released. In WoD we cleared 7/7M, 10/10M, 13/13M when relevant, and have cleared each tier so far in Legion obtaining most mythic cutting edge achievements, and plan to continue doing so.
What we offer:
A structured mythic raiding team and raiding times. We start invites 19:45 and begin to clear trash so we can have the first pulls at 20:00 A fair rotation and loot distribution via loot council. We keep spreadsheets! A steady guild with a good community and good guild atmosphere. You may encounter some trolling during your stay. A focused attitude during progression, and relaxed attitude during farm content. We like to chat and have fun, but focus during difficult content. A desire to raid. We often run an extra raid day on the 1st week of a new raid tier. This is 100% optional, but most people are excited to get into a new instance. Additionally we often run some sort of alt raids on fridays (100% optional), and do a lot of mythic+ content within the guild.
What we want from you:
High attendance. We expect a minimum of 80% attendance, though most of our raiders have near to 100%. We run a small roster to minimize rotation, and want to be able to rely on you. Commitment. We don't want someone who is looking to join, get geared and then leave. We have a 2-3 week trial period during which we will control gearing while we get to know you. Honesty. If you're having problems within the guild, or have real life issues, we'd like to hear rather than you just disappearing. Talk to us. Be prepared! This means reading up on new fights, having consumables (flask, pots, food, runes), gemming and enchanting properly, and being on time! Communication. We want you to know how to communicate both verbally and in writing. We use TeamSpeak for communicating in raids, though we also have a guild discord! Raiding awareness. We want you to not stand in fire, unless it's required... Progression oriented attitude. Everyone makes mistakes, but learning is part of progression, so we value people who continue to improve over time. Understanding. Sometimes, things don't always go smoothly. We may hit a wall on a specific boss for a while, or you may have to sit for someone else during a progression raid. This is part of mythic raiding. We try to treat everyone fairly, and are open to feedback.
For more information you can add an officer to chat: Joana#2806, Kitty#2896, Noxxus#2229
Or visit our website: http://safetynotguaranteed.guildlaunch.com/