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HCT Winter Championship Preview

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The HCT Winter Finals will take place from March 23 until March 26 in The Bahamas. This article outlines the deck archetypes that each player has submitted for the event.

The players have been split into four groups of four players. Two players will advance from each group. Matches are best of seven Conquest, with a ban.

Group A

  b787: Reno Mage, Reno Priest, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Control Warrior

  Fr0zen:  Kun Combo Druid, Freeze Mage, Dragon Priest, Questing Rogue, Reno Warlock

  WeXHope: Freeze Mage, Questing Rogue, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  ShtanUdachi: Reno Mage, Questing Rogue, Aggro Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

 

Group B

  DrJikininki: Dragon Priest, Questing Rogue, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  Neirea: Jade Druid, Freeze Mage, Questing Rogue, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  Palmblad: Freeze Mage, Dragon Priest, Questing Rogue, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  LovelyChook: Jade Druid, Reno Mage, Dragon Priest, Questing Rogue, Pirate Warrior

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Fr0zen's Questing Rogue

Group C: 

  Pavel: Reno Mage, Dragon Priest, Questing RogueReno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  LvGe: Dragon Priest, Questing Rogue, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  DocPwn: Jade Druid, Dragon Priest, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  Yulsic: Freeze Mage, Dragon Priest, Finja Rogue, Mid Jade Shaman, Pirate Warrior

 

Group D:

  OmegaZero: Yogg Tempo Mage, Dragon Priest, Questing Rogue, Mid Jade Shaman, Pirate Warrior

  SamuelTsao: Dragon Priest, Finja Rogue, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

  GreenSheep: Jade Druid, Tempo Mage, Finja Rogue, Aggro Shaman, Pirate Warrior

  Tarei: Jade Druid, Reno Mage, Mid Jade Shaman, Reno Warlock, Pirate Warrior

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OmgeaZero's Tempo Mage

 

Coverage starts at 7am PDT on March 23 on the official PlayHearthstone channel.

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