I am really liking the Tavern Brawl, because as someone whose decks aren’t the best, aren’t stuffed with Legendaries, it’s a nice way of evening it out every once in a little while. Though I do feel a little sorry for this guy – it was the mana-rich brawl, where mana went 1-3-5 and everyone’s deck was super-top heavy. I was playing a Priest, a deck I don’t know too well. I do know, though, that four Mind Controls is going to make things go probably in my favour (thanks Thoughtsteal…).
I won, thankfully. He played Ragnaros the Firelord, I nicked him, he nicked him back … and I nicked him again. Soz.
Okay, Thom informed me that I should have won that one, so let’s see if I can turn it around this time vs the Hunter! Like my start:
And it’s going to be a mana-fest. Just hope I get the cards to go with it…
Again, am I going to have an issue with firepower? Will my Druid be able to push it over the line?
I reckon Hogger has swung it decisively in my favour now?
Thom certainly is taking a long time to take his go. Is there one last trick up his sleeve?
Learnt my Swipe lesson from last time – victory!
Thom: “Worst starting hand ever”. I think we’ve all been there.
Let the fun begin in this long-awaited friendly! Thom ‘claims’ not to have played for a while and has no Inspire cards. So let’s see…
All about early field position…
Tentative first steps all around! Bit worried about the Frothing Berserker, but let’s see if I can manoeuvre Thom into where I want him with Swipe…
Or even better, no Swipe required!
That tense late game where nobody’s decks are quite strong enough…!
Loads of mana left over but don’t want to spend my cards pointlessly.
I’m top-decking now but Thom is weaker. Need a big card to push it over the line!
But I don’t think I’m going to manage… And defeat. Bad unbalanced Druid deck!