Manage your mana and strategize well to win this week’s Tavern Brawl.
This week's Hearthstone Tavern Brawl is the Brawl of Gaudiness! Read on for some Brawl of Gaudiness Tavern Brawl tips so you can claim victory and receive a free Standard card pack.
Hearthstone Brawl of Gaudiness Tavern Brawl guide
The Brawl of Gaudiness requires you to pick one of the 11 Hearthstone classes and play a random deck with it. This deck is randomly assigned to you by the game. All of your cards cost half the mana, but you can only play two of them each turn.
In the screenshot below, all of the cards cost half their usual mana. The cards that typically require an odd amount of mana get rounded down. For example, instead of 9 mana, the North Sea Kraken now requires 4 mana. The same goes for Forlorn Stalker since it no longer requires 3 mana. Instead, it just needs 1 mana to be played.
Brawl of Gaudiness Tavern Brawl strategy
During the mulligan phase, think about your first few turns. In Hearthstone, mulligan refers to when you first enter a match and get to look at your hand of cards. You can select cards to replace during this phase. You would want to have a good mana curve when you begin because this could give you more control of the board.
Remember that you can only play two cards per turn. Additionally, The Coin counts as one of these cards. Therefore, use this spell only if it's absolutely necessary.
Cards that summon more minions are great for board control in the Brawl of Gaudiness. If you have cards that have good synergy with other ones in terms of keywords, card type, and buffs, then use that to your advantage as well. In the example below, Book Wyrm eliminated the enemy's buffed Malchezaar's Imp minion. This was possible due to having Primordial Drake in hand.
Winning your first Tavern Brawl of the week results in a free Standard card pack. Head back to the main menu and click on the "Open Packs" area to get five free cards.
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