In case you might have missed our last episode we will be taking a few weeks off for the holidays to spend with our friends and family. However that does not mean we won’t have any new content coming out, by now Rastakhan’s Rumble has been out for a couple of weeks, before the release however we recorded a series of videos with our reviews of the class cards and released them to our patrons. Now we are going to be releasing those to everyone over the next few weeks. We hope you enjoy and have a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday’s, and Happy New Year!
Part 2 of our Rastakhan’s Rumble features Avanties and Mattatarms discussing the Hunter, Warlock, and Warrior classes.
Hero Power Podcast proudly presents the Finals of the June Tadpool Hearthstone Tournament.
After 4 rounds of Swiss the top 4 players broke out into a single elimination bracket. The Semi-Finals were all about the upset as the #4 seed Mattatarms beat #1 Nivelmaxima and #3 seed Avanties upsets #2 Nikkision for an unexpected meeting in the Finals.
Prize for this event was a $20 Battle.net Card presented by Hero Power.
You can join the Tadpool Hearthstone Group by clicking on this link.
Hearthstone Players upon hearing Ben Brode’s Announcement Tuesday!
So I want to talk for a moment about the announcement Blizzard made on Tuesday February 2nd. We have had a few days to let this information process and I want to elaborate a little more from what we discussed on Episode 14 this week. First and foremost I want to reassure the player base this is not the end of Hearthstone! I have been seeing lots of posts in different communities on the web that all start basically the same way “R.I.P. Hearthstone, it was fun while it lasted!” or “Blizzard has ruined yet another game!”. Let me reiterate this is not the end of days, I was there when Wizards of the Coast implemented formats in Magic: The Gathering, people were upset they would no longer be able to use their Black Lotus, or their Moxes that they had spent years or hundreds of dollars collecting. A lot of those people traded off or sold their collections or just the cards that would no longer be used in the new standard format, those same people later came to regret those decisions when most of those cards shot up in price. Now I know what you are saying, “That analogy does not Read More →