Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Return of Mechazod

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This week, the Tavern Brawl is called Return of Mechazod. Like the original version, "Unite against Mechazod", the Brawl requires two players to work together to defeat Gearmaster Mechazod. Last time around, the classes involved were Paladin and Priest; this time they are Mage and Druid. The players are assigned one of those two classes each at the start of the game. They win if they defeat Mechazod, and lose if either of them dies. The reward for your first victory of the week is a Classic Pack of cards.

As with the first visit of Mechazod, the two decks are full of cards that would help the opponent in normal play. Cards with downsides such as Leeroy Jenkins, Arcane Golem, and Grove Tender can be used to help your partner get more mana or minions. On top of this, the Mage deck has direct damage and Spell Power cards. The Druid deck on the other hand assists with ramp, and utility like Lorewalker Cho and Millhouse Manastorm.


At the end of each turn, Mechazod swaps to the other side of the board and uses one of his spells. The spells available to him are:
  • Prioritize: Damage Attack: damage to biggest minion
  • Bomb Savlo: Deal Attack damage to up to three random targets
  • Kill the Lorewalker: Destroy Lorewalker Cho
  • Overclock: Gain 2 Attack
  • Double Zap: Deal Attack damage to both players
These are effectively the same as during his last appearance, although that time Mechazod used the Rogue class card Assassinate, and it killed the biggest minion on the board. This has been replaced with Prioritize this time around, presumably for clarity.
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