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Starting from October 17, the new Warlock hero can be obtained from Fireside Gatherings.

Her looks already betrayed that she's nothing like the evil Gul'dan, but now her voice emotes prove that Nemsy Necrofizzle is surprisingly cute for a Warlock!

You can obtain the Gnome heroine by participating in a Fireside Brawl at an established Fireside Gathering Tavern. Pay attention to that last part: these places have already hosted 3 Fireside Gatherings in the past and have earned the Tavern banner. So, since a lot of Fireside Gatherings have popped up since Nemsy was announced, make sure you attend one in a proper Tavern!

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Beginning October 17, attend a Fireside Gathering Tavern near you and play in a Fireside Brawl to add Hearthstone’s newest Warlock Hero to your collection: Nemsy Necrofizzle!

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Don’t let Nemsy Necrofizzle’s small size and penchant for peaches fool you: behind those pigtails and goggles hides one of the most powerful Warlocks alive. Nemsy is utterly fearless, sharp as a razor, and she’s always cool under pressure. After all, you can’t command fel energies or summon horrifying demons from the twisting nether just by being nice. She’s your perky little pal—and a bonafide fel-flinging, soul-destroying mistress of dark forces!

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Nemsy loves it when her foes underestimate her. Appearances can be deceiving, and she knows that it’s what lies beneath the surface that counts.

 

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Join forces with Nemsy Necrofizzle and show your opponents just how adorable soul-devouring destruction can be! From October 17 onward, simply participate in a Fireside Brawl at an established Fireside Gatherings Tavern to add her to your collection.

Find a Tavern

Fireside Gatherings Taverns
Fireside Gathering Innkeepers who have hosted at least one Fireside Gathering with checked-in guests can found a Tavern on the Fireside Gatherings website. Taverns have unique names and Tavern signs that perfectly embody the spirit of their communities. Taverns also persist between Gatherings, so they need your attendance and support to grow!

 

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If you’re wondering whether the Fireside Gathering you’re planning to attend is at an established Tavern, just check the event page! Each Tavern has a tavern sign associated with it, while other Fireside Gatherings use a Fireside Gatherings lantern instead.

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Fireside Brawls
Fireside Brawls are special Tavern Brawls that can only be played at Fireside Gatherings! Each month there will be a different Fireside Brawl to try—check the Fireside Gatherings website to find out about the brawl that’s running this month.

These special brawls run the whole month with no breaks, and they co-exist with the weekly Tavern Brawls. (source)

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I actually really dislike this. I don't know the specifics on tyrande or khadgar if they were available to everyone, but this kind of screws people who don't live in specific regions.

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1 hour ago, SMOrcMan said:

I actually really dislike this. I don't know the specifics on tyrande or khadgar if they were available to everyone, but this kind of screws people who don't live in specific regions.

Tyrande was available in countries with Twitch Prime, and Khadgar was purchasable on iOS devices only. Pretty unhappy to see a new hero joining their ranks. Hopefully the offer is not time-limited, as I would like to get her one day, even though that could take some time.

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Khadgar was available only on iOS devices via a WWF promotion that was available in specific countries (so even more details!). So, even though I have an iPhone, I couldn't get him in Greece.

You could "cheat" and get Tyrande initially by faking your physical address for a Twitch Prime trial, but they have amended that ever since.

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Sad to hear that this was the case for the other heroes. I get that they're trying to promote fireside gatherings but there is so many variables that prevent someone from getting this new hero as well.

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Too bad there is only one F.G. near my place and i can't attend...I think this has to be revisited by Blizzard because more people should have the opportunity to go out there and play against new friends.It is most certain that in Greece for example there are many people playing but it's way too difficult to gather some of them for a F.G. .And we are talking about a fairly small country...

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Rural MN, my guess is the nearest "gathering" is at least 3 hours away in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Really should be only a limited time promotion then available to purchase for everyone else that doesn't live in a major metropolitan region :/

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On 10/18/2017 at 6:30 PM, Zadina said:

Khadgar was available only on iOS devices via a WWF promotion that was available in specific countries (so even more details!). So, even though I have an iPhone, I couldn't get him in Greece.

You could "cheat" and get Tyrande initially by faking your physical address for a Twitch Prime trial, but they have amended that ever since.

Weren't people actually entering Blizzard HQ's address or something close to it as their fake address?

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11 hours ago, Zadina said:

Yes, that's what I did too iirc :p

Shame on you! Although, you got Tyrande so #worth

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