The second-most popular archetype in the tournament was Spiteful Druid 7. The only Zoolock that saw play was from Uya, and it was a late-game heavy variant with a lot of power in it to challenge control decks. Four players did, and the two who also brought Cubelock met in the finals, while the two who left Warlock out of their lineups lost in the groups. Furthermore, most of the games were not streamed, and game-level records of off-stream games were not kept, so it is not possible to gather deck-level performance statistics. Games: Murloc Paladin wins against Midrange Hunter Tempo Rogue loses to Aggro Druid Jade Druid wins against Midrange Hunter Tempo Rogue loses to Kazakus Priest Tempo Rogue wins against Midrange Hunter Surrender 3 — OmegaZero 2. The most banned class was not the ubiquitous Kazakus Priest 9 bans , but Jade Druid at whopping 34 bans.
It is a Baku build, so it only uses odd-cost cards and relies on the upgraded Hero Power to keep tanking up out of reach. The rest are mostly fillers. Games: Tempo Rogue wins against Kazakus Priest Murloc Paladin wins against Aggro Paladin Kazakus Priest loses to Kazakus Priest Kazakus Priest loses to Aggro Paladin Kazakus Priest wins against Tempo Rogue Empanizado 3 — Cocosasa 2. Beyond the guaranteed packs, you probably won't get anything. It has occasionally been able to carry, but after the Fiery War Axe nerf the deck is still searching for itself a little. Games: Evolve Shaman loses to Evolve Shaman Tempo Rogue wins against Kazakus Priest Kazakus Priest loses to Kazakus Priest Evolve Shaman wins against Tempo Rogue Kazakus Priest wins against Tempo Rogue Pavel 3 — BaiZe 2.
Rogue performed admirably with two Quest Rogues and one Odd Rogue in the top-4. This helped make him the best prize-cash earner, qualifying him for the Hearthstone Grandmasters. Games: Tempo Rogue loses to Tempo Rogue Aggro Paladin wins against Kazakus Priest Tempo Rogue loses to Kazakus Priest Kazakus Priest loses to Murloc Paladin Cocosasa 1 — Empanizado 3. The first thing to note is that he doesn't look to buff minions in-hand, he's seeking to buff minions already on the board. Hearthstone Championship Tour 2017 Summer Championship was played on 13 th to 15 th October 2017 at the new Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles. There's no better way to learn than from the best.
This was the general storyline of the tournament: well-crafted control lineups were able to get out of groups, but eventually one of the aggressive lineups managed to roll over them. Murloc Paladin 6-4 60% , Aggro Paladin 3-1 75% , and Control Paladin 2-0 100%. Quarter final 1: Tom60229 vs Purple Tom60229: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Kazakus Mage Purple: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Evolve Shaman Bans: Tom60229 banned Kazakus Priest and Purple banned Jade Druid. However, his anti-meta line-up - he was that 1 guy who didn't bring Rogue - countered the other contestants' decks pretty efficiently and if he was a bit luckier in the Group Stage, he may have progressed further on. Because what are video games if you can't enjoy a good story with a fresh Cherry Coke? The top two players from each group will advance to the playoff bracket.
Handlock was disastrous in the tournament at 6-10 38% , but Zoolock did well at 3-1 75%. Cubelock is a tried and tested archetype that can win against anything with the right draw, and it proved to be an excellent choice in the new meta where many other decks are still being refined. The key to victory here isn't just to play Hakkar, , and and then hope for the best. That's because it's the only one of the Even Warlock decks to include. Games: Tempo Rogue loses to Kazakus Priest Jade Druid loses to Zoolock Tempo Rogue wins against Tempo Rogue Jade Druid wins against Tempo Rogue Kazakus Priest wins against Tempo Rogue Purple 3 — Uya 2.
Here is the playoff bracket and results: In the end, Surrender managed to defeat Orange in a thriller of a final with a score of 3-2 and took home the title! The Hearthstone Championship Tour has one more stop before reaching the World Championship tournament in April. Group A consisted of Tom60229 Taiwan , OldBoy Ukraine , Nalguidan Argentina , and Trunks China. For today, we're spotlighting a few of the outside-the-box decks, speculating on how they'll fare this weekend. Group C, decider match: OmegaZero vs Orange OmegaZero: Aggro Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Midrange Hunter Orange: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Evolve Shaman Bans: OmegaZero banned Kazakus Priest and Orange banned Tempo Rogue. The deck also has some ambitions for a board of its own, opting to run one Lifedrinker and one Vex Crow instead of the more common double Lifedrinker setup. We'll also be announcing the launch date don't worry - it's soon! It's not much but it's practically free if you just leave it on in the background while you do something else. You must choose your champion by April 24 at 6:30 p.
Going into the tournament, Purple was focused on the procedure of narrowing down which decks to carry and which may be possible. He has the only Spell Hunter, one of the only Control Priests, and then there's this deck. People are occasionally cutting Gnomish Inventor, Pint-Size Potion + Shadow Word: Horror, even Greater Healing Potion for Binding Heal or Lyra the Sunshard for Gadgetzan Auctioneer for more card draw. With a 42% winrate 10-14 , it had a hard time making it, and many matches ended in a Shaman mirror in game five after all other decks got their wins over the poor fellow. Each group will consist of four competitors, one from each region. Lately, Tempo Mage has started to gain a foothold on the ladder, and players who were hot on this trend were rewarded.
Quarters, semis, and finals take place on Sunday, April 28, after which the World Champion will be crowned. Competitive Hearthstone is a great spectator esport, where fans can watch top-tier players compete at the game's highest level. Click the button to Choose Your Champion! And it will nail Shudderwock and more often than people think. While it's just as likely that it will wipe out one of the player's own useful minions, the Demonic Project's objective is to wipe out the opponent's win condition outright. You will receive one additional card pack each time your champion wins a match.
Since the liberate of Hearthstone's Rise of Shadows expansion, Purple is happy in regards to the game's fresh meta. Games: Tempo Rogue loses to Tempo Rogue Tempo Rogue wins against Kazakus Priest Kazakus Priest wins against Kazakus Priest Evolve Shaman wins against Kazakus Priest Pavel 3 — Empanizado 1. Quarter final 4: Pavel vs Orange Pavel: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Evolve Shaman Orange: Jade Druid, Kazakus Priest, Tempo Rogue, Evolve Shaman Bans: Pavel banned Jade Druid and Orange banned Jade Druid. At that point, all of Hatul's Mechs will receive Rush, including the Dr. Our shows Rank, Statistics and Position of Hearthstone Players from all over the World.