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Hey IcyVeins readers!
 
I will be updating this thread whenever I post a new video. I upload one video daily Monday-Friday.
 
All my videos can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/LegendJeremyHS
 
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Here's the first:
 
[Hearthstone] The Aggro-Pally Dream
 
 
If you're playing Aggro Paladin this is the start one can only dream about.
 
FULL RANKED / LADDER GAMEPLAY: LegendJeremy (Paladin) vs. Trump2 (Warlock)

 

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 NEW VIDEO: Tuesday Night Hype #35 (LegendJeremy vs. Vandoom)

 


 

This week I participated in the Tuesday Night Hype tournament. Here is my top 8 game vs. Vandoom. Casted by the fine folks at Vicious Syndicate.

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[Hearthstone] Tuesday Night Hype #35 (LegendJeremy vs. Snoopy)

 

Last week I participated in the Tuesday Night Hype tournament. Here is my top 4 game vs. Snoopy. Casted by the fine folks at Vicious Syndicate.

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[Hearthstone] Doomhammer Hurt Face (Mech Shaman vs. Hunter)

 

 

Doomhammer is a good weapon. Who needs minions anyway?

Full Hearthstone Ranked Gameplay: LegendJeremy (Mech Shaman) vs. CATZ (Hunter)

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[Hearthstone] Playing Silentstorm (of Team Celestial) [Round 2]

 


 

Recently I ran up against Silentstorm (of Team Celestial) again on ladder. Here's our full match: I play Control Warrior and he plays Druid.

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[Hearthstone] Brother Brawl (The Grand Tournament Match)

This week's Tavern Brawl let's us use the new cards from the upcoming "Grand Tournament" expansion. You get to be either Mage or Hunter (randomly selected). Mage primarily uses "Inspire" cards while Hunter uses "Joust" cards. I play my brother Jonathan while we chat over Skype.

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[Hearthstone] Say No To Aggro Priest

 


 

I was facing a lot of aggressive decks so I decided to make an anti-aggro priest. Here's a full game verses jtamonda (who plays Paladin).

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[Hearthstone] Brother Brawl Live (Encounter at the Crossroads Tavern Brawl)

 


 

This edition of Brother Brawl was streamed live. Join me and my brother as we play a bunch of Tavern Brawl games. In this weeks brawl called "Encounter at the Crossroads" you select a hero and receive a random deck. I play a different hero every time.

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[Hearthstone] Comeback Kid

 


 

Things were looking kinda grim...

 

Hearthstone Ranked Gameplay: LegendJeremy (Warlock) vs. Symour (Paladin)

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[Hearthstone] Opening 100 Grand Tournament Packs (plus crafting a Golden Legendary)

 


 

In this video I open 100 Grand Tournament packs with my brother Jonathan on Skype. Come check out what I got and then at the end I craft a golden legendary.

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[Hearthstone] Mid-Range Paladin (TGT Version) [6 Full Games]

 


 

I started playing some Mid-Range Paladin with a few cards from the Grand Tournament. I've got an incredible win rate with it. In this video you'll get to watch 6 full games I had with it. Opponents are: Panda (Warlock), 3x RotaSari (Mech Mage), NakamuraSawa (Paladin), and NevarD (Freeze Mage).

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[Hearthstone] Brother Brawl (It's Raining Mana! Tavern Brawl)

 


 

This week's Tavern Brawl gives us extra mana. We start at 1 but then get 2 mana each turn after. So in this video my brother and I play a few rounds while we chat over Skype. I play Warlock and he plays Priest.

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[Hearthstone] Playing Control Warrior (vs. Zugzwang)


I made a few modifications to my Control Warrior deck and I like how it turned out. Here's a full game against Zugzwang who plays Hunter.

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[Hearthstone] Tanking Up! (vs. Halimawers)

 


 

I ran into a Halimawers (Battle.net friend) on ladder. We had a pretty fun Handlock vs. Control Warrior matchup. So much armor...

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[Hearthstone] Funny and Bad Hearthstone Misplays Episode 5

 


 


A collection of 5 clips that show some really funny and bad Hearthstone plays that I or my opponent made.

 

Opponents featured in this video: zMystical | LawnViking | Dotaproblem | NorthDakita | Jonathan Gardiner

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[Hearthstone] Brother Brawl (Double Deathrattler Battler Tavern Brawl)

 


 

In this weeks Tavern Brawl all deathrattle minions rattle twice for double the value. My brother and I play a few rounds while having some laughs as we chat over Skype. I play Priest and he plays Warlock.

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[Hearthstone] Playing Mech Mage (with Jeeves)

I was enjoying playing Mech Mage but kept running out of cards. Tried putting in 1 Jeeves and this is the result.

Opponents featured in this video: AndyGreat | DirtGinger | Zap

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[Hearthstone] Mid-Range Paladin Play (#1)

This mid-range Paladin (Grand Tournament edition) is my favorite deck right now. I've played about 120 games with a 60% win rate. Here's part one of a bunch of games so you can see how it plays out.

 
Opponents featured in this video: Rhodora | Vampirest | Tigetquite |  Ned

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[Hearthstone] Miracle Warrior (Insanely Fun Combo)

In this week's Tavern Brawl (Too Many Portals!) I got the perfect set-up to make a Miracle Warrior. John also got the right card to make it even more fun for me. Must watch!

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[Hearthstone] Mid-Range Paladin Play (#2)

This mid-range Paladin (Grand Tournament edition) is my favorite deck right now. I've played about 120 games with a 60% win rate. Here's part two of a bunch of games so you can see how it plays out.

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