While not everyone is thrilled about this week's Brawl, it certainly does offer something for those who love Arena.
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After a plethora of repeats, Tavern Brawl returns with a truly fascinating experience.
If you like incredibly drawn out Hearthstone matches, this brawl is for you.
A brawl breaks out this week that really makes you appreciate certain cost spells, and certain attack minions.
A repeat of a brawl that entirely hinges on RNG, for better or for worse.
What's the Gimmick?
Every deck, no matter what the class is full of 23 Unstable Portals and 7 class specific spells. Whatever you get is whatever you play, so you better hope that the random odds are in your favor.
We have seen this brawl three or four times at this point, and for every other time, I really enjoyed it. However this time, it just isn't as fun as I remembered it being. Sure, it is fun to see what minion will pop out of a portal at a nice discount, but it's so easy for you or your opponent to snowball. Also, most classes aren't equipped with spells that can actually deal with whatever comes out of the portal easily, so you will see a repeat of the same classes over and over again. On the bright side, usually when they do a repeat of a brawl they are planning something big for the next week, so it's something to look forward to.
Every minion under 7 mana can go spend their time off at Weenie Hut Jr.
Two powerful bosses face off this week, in an effort to see who is the most broken of them all.
Mages are broken once again in this repeated Tavern Brawl.
A repeat of an RNG-filled brawl.
The most unpredictable Tavern Brawl leads to some of the craziest moments I've had in Hearthstone.
What's the Gimmick?
Once again, you have to craft your own deck for this Tavern Brawl. On the first turn for both you and your opponent, you will pick one of four "Fate" cards that appear. Even though you only get four options, there are, in total, six that can appear. The most important thing to remember about your choice, is your opponent will also receive it's effect, not just you. These are the six "Fate" cards you can pick from:
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