Several changes are happening in the Hearthstone—changes that could get you some card packs and free cards, if you play uh, your, cards right. First up is a new Tavern Brawl called the Ignoblegarden, the courtesy of the explosive Dr. Boom, with the decks covering the neutral cards and random class, plus a few different minions from the good doctor that look appropriately OP:
- Bloom Bot: Deathrattle: Summon a Legendary minion. Give it Rush.
- Doom Bot: Deathrattle and Battlecry: Death 5 damage to ALL minions.
- Room Bot: Taunt, Magnetic, Deathrattle: Summon 3 1/1 Boom Bots.
Irrespective of the whether or not you select to take part in the brawl, logging in between now and April 21 will get you two free Boomsday Project card packs, and a couple of golden Mechano-Egg cards that summon an 8/8 Robosaur when they die—just the thing for Easter.
And if you’re looking for somewhat to try your shiny new eggs out in, then this ‘Big Paladin’ build by pro player George ‘Boar Control’ Webb is well worth a look. You can paste the deck code at the end of the tweet into your group manager to re-create it for yourself. As Boar clarifies, the strategy is properly simple.
Freer card packs are up for the grabs in the Select Your Champion bracket for the 2019 HCT World Championship. Sign in to the Hearthstone website, and pick a player, that you’ll get a free Rastakhan Rumble card pack; every time your selected champ advances, you’ll get another.
At a bare minimum, you’ll get one free pack just for showing up, and if you succeed to pick the winner you’ll end up with four. Check out on playhearthstone for more information on this year’s championship showdown, including match and bracket schedules; you’ve got until April 24 to figure it all out and make your collection. The tournament takes place from Apr 24 to Apr 28 in Taipei and will be streamed via the Hearthstone Twitch channel. We’ll have a guide to the best decks of the Rise of Shadows expansion for you tomorrow.
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