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Hearthstone Tavern Brawl - Week 46: Encounter at the Crossroads

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Encounter at the Crossroads is back in the tavern for the fourth time!

 

With the release of the Whispers of the Old Gods expansion, it's no surprise that we are getting a repeat Tavern Brawl this week. Nevertheless, Encounter at the Crossroads has been one of the most popular Tavern Brawls, so we don't really mind!

 

The rules are pretty simple and - once again - RNG plays an important factor. You pick a class and you get a completely randomised deck, which consists of 15 random class cards and 15 random neutral cards. The catch is that you can have any number of copies of a card in this deck - even multiple legendaries.

 

Remember that Tavern Brawls will run in Wild format. With the introduction of Whispers of yet another card set, the variety of cards you can get in this Tavern Brawl is vast!

 

Best of luck!

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No, not again! I am tired of infinite Wisps and other ultra-trash cards. This is one of the few brawls I don't like at all, along with Randomonium (which is a f-ing copy of EatC), and it is here for the 4th 7th time already, yet the brawls I love don't repeat (I love you, Underdog Rules)  sad.png

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Is it means that ALL brawls will run in wild format? So in a case of "constructed brawl", people who chose a standard format as a main format and DE all old cards will face a problem while brawling with wild players who still use old cards + new ones. 

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Well, Tavern Brawls rules are almost infinite. They can definitely make one, where only TGT cards are allowed or something similar.

 

But, other than that, they have said that Tavern Brawls will be in Wild Format, so yeah your point about "make-your-own-deck" brawls is quite correct.

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