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Choose Your Champion returns for the HCT Summer Championship 2018 with the promise of free Witchwood packs!
Apart from the games of the championship itself, picking a favourite champion and following his progress has to be one of the most intense experiences while watching the Hearthstone Championship Tour!
Sixteen players are going to battle it out in the Blizzard Arena in California for their share of a $250,000 prize pool and a spot at the World Championship finals. The tournament will take place from June 28 to July 1st. Here are the groups, each featuring a champion from four different regions:
Group A Group B Group C Group D Rase A83650 Jinsoo Leaoh Viper BloodTrail Rugal killinallday XiaoT Nalguidan Turna Glory Tansoku YuYi Dog BunnyHoppor The voting happens on this site. Make sure you have chosen your champion until June 27 at 11.59 PDT. If you want to make a more informed choice, the decklists for each players have been published here.
You will receive a free Witchwood pack just for participating in the voting and you can win up to 4 packs in total, depending on the performance of the player you've picked. Good luck!
This is the second time this Brawl appears.
The trend of Tavern Brawls themed after Death Knight Hero Powers continue: last week we had Rise of the Zombeasts, now we have Shadow Reflection.
In this constructed Brawl, you can craft a deck of any size with cards from your collection. The rest of the deck will consist of Shadow Reflections. Decks consisted of 30 cards (and thus with no Shadow Reflections) can still work, given that Odd Paladin has reportedly been successful (and a total fun breaker).
Judging from the previous time this Brawl was around, Aggro and OTK decks seems to be more favoured. Some decks that had success were Aggro Mage or Ice Lance Mage, Combo Priest with Radiant Elemental, Hunter with Mechwarper and Metaltooth Leaper and Quest Rogue. This time around a new Warrior deck, which mostly relies on Bring It On!, has surfaced to counter all the Priest Mind Blast madness.
Good luck and have fun!
This is a list of Questions for Hearthstone sorted by their category. Any feedback and suggestions are very welcome.
Hearthstone Common Questions
Should I play Standard or Wild in Hearthstone? Economy
Can Hearthstone daily quests be completed in Practice mode? Is there a way to trade cards with other players in Hearthstone? What are the rewards from Hearthstone Ranked Chests? What Hearthstone packs to buy? Where to get cards in Hearthstone? Where to spend gold in Hearthstone? Where to start in Hearthstone? Which Hearthstone cards to disenchant? Tavern Brawl
When is Tavern Brawl open in Hearthstone? Technical
Can Hearthstone be played offline? How do I multibox in Hearthstone? Other
Are there achievements in Hearthstone? What decides who goes first in Hearthstone? Where to change card back in Hearthstone? Which Hearthstone class is the best?
Starting first is often seen as better than going second, in spite of the extra card and The Coin that you receive at the start of the game. This is due to the loss of tempo from the missing mana. Although the difference in win rates is quite small, it still can be felt, especially in Aggro vs Aggro matchups, where going first results in a significant advantage.
Who goes first is decided by quite literally a coin flip—it is decided randomly, visualised by a coin toss. There is no way to affect whether you go first or second. However, you can mitigate the effects of the coin toss by playing a deck that is not affected as much by going first or second.