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Tavern Brawl: Servant of Yogg-Saron Tryouts

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This week's Tavern Brawl is a repeat of Servant of Yogg-Saron Tryouts. It is the seventy seventh Tavern Brawl.

Servant of Yogg-Saron Tryouts is one of the most random Tavern Brawls that we have had. Each deck is randomised, and full of minions. When a minion is cast, it casts a random spell aimed at a random target. That is a lot of uses of the word random. Due to this, it is a good Brawl for everyone to get their packs, but probably only fun for very casual players. Of course, with people looking to kill time before the new expansion, it might see a bit more play than previously. It should also keep Trolden in business for a few episodes!

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Sometimes the games are very short. Turns out that turn one Micro Machine that casts Mark of Nature on itself is pretty good. Of course, my opponent could have cast a minion that cast a removal spell, but that's another story.

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HATE HATE HATE this brawl. It's the absolute most RNG thing they ever did. Can't even make guesses on the spells to be cast and also could just get terrible minions.
Best thing is just to hope for tons of small minions and good spells. Turn 1 ball of spiders is a strong start too. Give you some easy trades and more fuel.

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They should rename this brawl "everything your opponent casts will buff their entire board while anything you cast will kill at least one of your own minions."

Watching my opponent drop two Mistcallers that both proc an Everyfin is Awesome while anything I cast hits my own side with moonfire, demonfire, starfire...

I'm getting my pack and never touching this brawl again.

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inb4 this brawl will get Randomonium rules - the minions will cost random mana. The skill requirement is ridiculously low. One pack and never touch again.

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2 minutes ago, Blainie said:

Vanish. Why.

To get the amazing opportunity to play all the minions again with all the awesome spells, such as Pyroblast to own face or even more Vanishes! If this isn't value, I don't know what is! 

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Now watch this turn into one of those brawls that we see every couple weeks. I can picture whoever is in control of the brawls schedule being like the cable company people in that South Park episode.

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On 12/1/2016 at 3:52 PM, Freshness said:

Now watch this turn into one of those brawls that we see every couple weeks. I can picture whoever is in control of the brawls schedule being like the cable company people in that South Park episode.

Randomonium #2 incoming!

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