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2 hours ago, positiv2 said:

He got Illidan Stormrage against me as well, but as a result of Bane of Doom. Are you sure he did not get him from Bane of Doom in your playthrough as well?

Nah he played him from his hand, just like when he plays malganis on turn 9 sometimes not from bane of doom. Ive played against him a lot of times and i know he plays him from his deck.... 

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I defeated Heroic Malchezaar on my first attempt. Archmage's Apprentice was key to victory. Keeping one of them alive is the only way I avoided fatigue and had enough to eventually finish off the boss.

One very important thing to remember is to hold onto spells to achieve maximum effect. It may be tempting to fireball down a 6/6, but there are much better combos to be had if you can hold out for Archmage's Insight + Arcane Power. For example: on Turn 6, I was able to play Archmage's Insight + Arcane Power x2 for an 11 dmg Arcane Explosion to clear his board. I then did 75 spell damage to Malchezaar's face. This was on ONE TURN. So it pays to bide your time.

The spell Mage Armor is an excellent tool for survivability. Save these for use with Archmage's Apprentice! As long as you can survive the current turn without additional armor, only cast these spells if the Apprentice is on the board.

The last thing I will mention is the spell Mysterious Rune. Oh man do I love that spell! 5 random mage secrets put into play is always fun and hugely helpful. I was able to pull an Ice Block each time, which was vital for both survival and strategic damage-dealing. With an Ice Block in play, you can allow a massive force to build up against you for a couple turns, knowing that you have that safety net. Then BAM! the turn after Ice Block triggers you hit him with an empowered Arcane Explosion, wiping everything out.

 

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I just got extremely lucky and beat this in 3 turns ...

Turn 1: Astral Portal for an Archmage Antonidas

Turn 2: Hero Power which drew an Archmage's Insight

Turn 3: Cast Insight and kept blasting him with fireballs until dead.

I could not believe how ridiculously easy it was, and I know that is a one in a million chain of events.

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On 7.9.2016 at 4:13 AM, Guest Druethelan said:

I just got extremely lucky and beat this in 3 turns ...

Turn 1: Astral Portal for an Archmage Antonidas

Turn 2: Hero Power which drew an Archmage's Insight

Turn 3: Cast Insight and kept blasting him with fireballs until dead.

I could not believe how ridiculously easy it was, and I know that is a one in a million chain of events.

A few people have mentioned that Antonidas is the instant win card, I'm yet to have it done :( I instead just sat there and spammed my ice armors through the fight until I became unkillable, basically. 

If you can't get lucky with the Antonidas pull, any of those huge legendaries can really swing it your way. If not, then the apprentice will be your best friend in this encounter!

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I have won multiple fights but how do i actualy move foreward? What is the logic?i only get "Victory?" ? Then i start ove with the same boss. What am i supposed to do to win?

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7 hours ago, Guest Alley123 said:

I have won multiple fights but how do i actualy move foreward? What is the logic?i only get "Victory?" ? Then i start ove with the same boss. What am i supposed to do to win?

I'm not sure what you mean by that. If you mean more encounters, you need to purchase additional wings to unlock them. If you mean you are stuck in the fight because it keeps resetting, report it is a bug.

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