Brouver Hoog has been the dwarf archetype leader since the beginning of Gwent, but with some tweaks and tests, Eithne with her Special Cards Engine has been proved to be a devastating Tempo combination that, if not stopped, can easily take out any opponent.
Token, Weather Control and Consume monsters have all been seen a lot on ladder lately, but the carryover dagon deck is also as powerful, if not stronger than these decks! Ekkimara, Caelano Harpies, Vran Warriors and Nekkers are sure to make your ladder experience a living hell.
In Aretuza Journals #9, Gravez takes a closer look at Mulligan and Blacklisting mechanics in Gwent, explains the statistics behind them and introduces practical applications of the theory behind on an example.
Welcome to the fourth part of the Beginner’s Guide Series! This time we are going to take a look at the deck archetypes and subtypes. Understanding the main concepts of decks that were made so far is the best way of knowing what to expect from them and what their weak spots are. When you are aware of those, countering them is a piece of cake. If you are new to the series, make sure
The Big Druid is an excellent choice for those who are seeking for extraordinary experience. Exceptionally heavy Druid deck is not a new thing to the Hearthstone community. Each of the variants in the past was offering its own unique features at this and that point of Hearthstone evolution. One of the oldest versions was an alternative to Combo Druid. It was relying on high cost minions and winning value game, just like the nowaday
After the patch Monsters took over the ladder. They offer great consistency, power levels and are very flexible. In this guide you’ll have a look on a bit underplayed consume version that can easily reach the peak of the ladder. The deck is below and you’ll learn how to navigate it further in the article. Mulligan Mulligan is quite though with this deck, but if navigated properly, it should usually work out for you. Unlike