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The Lich King Is Back, but not Good Enough [Video]

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Blizzard have taken the correct path and brought back the old Lich King, Arthas, to work on the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion... almost. Ben Brode may have made the worst mistake a mortal can make and decided not to hire Arthas for the expansion dev team, citing lack of experience. As you can expect, that did not go over so well with the prince/king/Lord of the Scourge/Wielder of Frostmourne/etc.

For more information about the new Hearthstone expansion, please refer to our Knights of the Frozen Throne guide.

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Greetings Mortals.

I have arrived in your world to assert my dominion over the Hearthstone development team, but first I must get a “job” at Blizzard Entertainment.

The accursed Brode speaks of ‘qualifications’? Of ‘experience? I will show him a resume from the grave, and the true meaning of entrepreneurial!

I will master all mortal professions and prove myself lord not only of the Scourge, but of all “jobs”.

Soon he will learn that no one rules forever.

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On 12/07/2017 at 7:29 AM, Yridaa said:

The idea was great but I think the dialogue could have been a bit better.

Yeah, I prefer the Hearthstone series with Uther/Gul'dan/Jaina which I can't remember the name of.

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12 hours ago, Blainie said:

Yeah, I prefer the Hearthstone series with Uther/Gul'dan/Jaina which I can't remember the name of.

Hearthstone Mulligans. I hope they return, but after about a month of waiting, I don't think they are coming back.

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4 hours ago, positiv2 said:

Hearthstone Mulligans. I hope they return, but after about a month of waiting, I don't think they are coming back.

Don't destroy my dreams like this

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