Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Miniature Warfare

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The Tavern Brawl for this week (January 27 - February 1) is called Miniature Warfare.


After yesterday's suspicious tweet from @PlayHearthstone, we were expecting some sort of Tavern Brawl with a deck filled with x type of minions facing another deck with z type of minions (for example, murlocs versus mechs). Since we didn't get it this week, we guess it's either going to be a future Tavern Brawl or perhaps it's related to a future update/expansion. Or nothing at all!



Anyway, this week's Tavern Brawl is Miniature Warfare. It's the type of Tavern Brawl, where you pick your class and make your own deck. The rules are that all minions cost 1 mana and they have 1 attack & 1 health.




Yeah, I know, my American account is really bad...


As you can see,  all types of minions are affected - even the ones created by spells (like Mirror Image or Feral Spirit) or the ones created by other minions (like Dragonling Mechanic or Cairne Bloodhoof). The minions that are actually good for this Brawl are the ones that buff themselves as long as a specific condition exists, like Blood Knight, Draenei Totemcarver and Frostwolf Warlord. The classes that are probably going to shine are Druid, Mage and Rogue, since they have beneficial Hero Powers and cards like Swipe, Arcane Explosion (oh yes!) and Fan of Knives.


Good luck!

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