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Tavern Brawl: Spellbook Duel

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The cycle of repeat Tavern Brawls continues this week with Spellbook Duel.

This is the 122nd Tavern Brawl overall and it's the second time it appears. Pick a class and then make a deck of 10 different cards. Instead of drawing cards each turn, you will Discover a copy of a card from your deck. Card draw mechanics won't get you the cards in your deck; instead you will get a 1-mana spell called Peruse, which in turn allows you to Discover a copy of a card from your deck.

Remember that cards like Fel Reaverand Tracking or Mysterious Challenger and Mad Scientist will remove cards from your Discover pool.

Decks that were popular the previous time were: the usual suspect in Tavern Brawls, Mage with Flamewaker and spells; Jade Druid; decks with Reno Jackson and/or Kazakus; and various Aggro decks (Murlocs, Pirates) that try to kill the opponent as fast as possible.

The community has started noticing that the Tavern Brawl game mode is slowly losing its novelty. We've had 122 Brawls so far and more than 50% of them are repeats. This week is another example: it's the fourth week in a row (almost a month) that we've had a repeat. The team seems to have been more busy with the Fireside Brawls, but regular Tavern Brawls also require some love!

Feel free to share old or new decks for this Tavern Brawl and tell us our thoughts about the state of this fun and casual game mode!

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I used a perfect curve murloc paladin, with a skeleton of murloc warleader and 2/1 charge, with other powerfull cards like Loatheb and Tirion, ending in Anyfyn can Happen.

I found myself against a mage based on spell sinergy, when I played Loatheb then Loatheb then Loatheb the game ended.

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I went with a priest deck with Kazukas, Raza, and Reno. Plus silence and removals. 

 

I did see a lot of Warlock decks playing Gnomeferatu.

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I've been playing Exodia mage. you can complete multiple quests, since every time you play a spell that wasn't in your opening hand counts toward the quest. Disguised Toast was running an quest mage that wasn't about killing the opponent, but rather just endlessly completing quests to have an infinite turn.

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I missed this brawl the first time I suppose. I loved it, one of the few times I played more than enough to win the pack of the week. I would love to be able to play like that all the time.

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On 10/16/2017 at 10:20 PM, Tupi said:

I missed this brawl the first time I suppose. I loved it, one of the few times I played more than enough to win the pack of the week. I would love to be able to play like that all the time.

Definitely some seriously amazing deck options for this one. I'd have it in my Hall of Fame of brawls any day!

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