Tavern Brawl: The Void Singularity

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There's a new Brawl this week, with an interesting set of rules!

The Void Singularity is a constructed Tavern Brawl that uses only Standard cards. At the end of your turn, all your minions are sacrificed: their mana cost, attack and health are combined into a single minion, called Void Singularity. The reward is a Kobolds & Catacombs card pack, that can be opened once the new expansion launches.

Deathrattle minions are useful in this Brawl, since they can have effects trigger at the end of the turn (like Draw a Card) or they can leave minions behind. Freeze effects and cards like Sap or Freezing Trap are solid ways to deal with your opponents board. An aggro Hunter deck with Deathrattles has surfaced as the King of this Brawl, with a Freeze Mage deck being its counter.

Unfortunately, this Tavern Brawl seems to be a bit buggy. Players have reported getting an error message about various decks "not being valid for this Brawl". I personally noticed a weird interaction with the Void Singularity absorbing other minions, making me unsure which effect is the intended one. When I played Kindly Grandmother, the Void Singularity would absorb the 1/1 AND the 3/2 token at the end of the turn, when it was the single minion on the board. However, when there were other minions on the board, it would only absorb the 1/1 and leave the 3/2 as it is.

Let us know what you think about this Tavern Brawl in the comment section below!

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26 minutes ago, Zadina said:

Let us know what you think about this Tavern Brawl in the comment section below!

Thanks for the K&C pack, but I already play enough Curvestone as it is...

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Almost all deathrattles are buggy, what kind of brawl is this.

I had the problem of 'not a valid deck', but then played my game on mobile, got my pack and left the brawl for good.


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Kindly Grandmother on an empty board was fun to play - but trying to figure out the card interactions before each play was difficult because of the inconsistencies.

After I played Devilsaur Egg was when most of my opponents conceded.   The Freeze Mage counter hadn't been figured out when I was playing, so I was getting easy wins with Deathrattle Hunter.

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Flare FTW

Hunter has the strongest cards for this brawl

Flare Freezing Trap Misdirection DR minions

Mage is the worst class for this just Silence your minion and one shot their face

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