Jump to content


Member Since 30 Mar 2008
Offline Last Active Today, 07:29 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Gwent, Hearthstone, and other silly card games

Today, 07:31 PM



I know you've all been waiting with bated breath for my next deckpost, so here's THE BEST DECK in Hearthstone right now:




Card list:
2x Acherus Veteran

2x Argent Squire

2x Blessing of Might

2x Fire Fly

2x Glacial Shard

2x Lost in the Jungle

2x Righteous Protector

1x Divine Favor

2x Ironbeak Owl

2x Stonehill Defender

2x Tar Creeper

2x Unidentified Maul

2x Fungalmancer

1x Prince Liam (Greymane)

1x Stormwind Champion

1x Vinecleaver

1x Baku the Mooneater

1x Ysera



Trade out any high-cost cards in your opening hand. Keep the 1-costs and maybe a 3-cost, and keep Prince Liam if you draw him.



Just remember my motto, "If you want to win the race, never trade, just HIT THE FACE!" This is a faceroll deck. Just keep pounding the enemy's health down and keep him on the defensive as much as possible. Only kill his minions if you absolutely must.


Since you have Baku the Mooneater in this deck, you can only run cards with an odd mana cost. If you do, then Baku upgrades your hero power at the start of the game to summon 2 recruits instead of 1, for the same amount of mana. Spam this hero power as much as possible, on virtually every turn. Save your cards and keep spawning & buffing your recruits!


This is a super popular netdeck in the current meta, but few of versions of it run Prince Liam, and I can't understand why not! He's a fantastic card for making sure you can survive in the late game. Since this is an aggressive swarm deck, an opponent with sufficient control can wipe you out in the early game and leave you floundering, drawing a useless 1-cost card each turn into an otherwise empty hand. But if you play Liam, all those pathetic 1-cost peons in your deck turn into random Legendaries! Sure, some of the legendaries suck on their own, but they're still better than a freakin' Argent Squire standing out there on its lonesome. I managed to beat a board-clearing Priest who kept healing himself and destroying all my cards, purely with the power of Prince Liam. The Priest survived my early low-cost onslaught and even gave himself 40 health with the quest card, and probably thought he had victory in the bag... until my endless waves of legendaries came into play! Which is why I say keep Prince Liam in your opening hand and play him as soon as you hit 5 mana.

In Topic: WG Weekly Comic (and other updates)

Yesterday, 06:17 PM

Wulfgard: Into the North is now available through Comixology too!:




I plan to publish each issue through Comixology now, as I complete them. I'm getting Chapter 5 ready to send to them soon.

In Topic: Official Scorp's Minifigs Topic

20 June 2018 - 01:34 PM

Thanks! Simple can be better sometimes. This one is a little crazier though:



Destiny: Hive Armor by Justin Stebbins, on Flickr

In Topic: WG Weekly Comic (and other updates)

16 June 2018 - 08:27 PM


In Topic: WG Weekly Comic (and other updates)

15 June 2018 - 01:54 PM



Tales of Wulfgard, Vol. 1 is now available in paperback from Amazon for only $9.99! And it's purdy:




The ebook is still only $0.99, but for people like me who prefer to hold a book in their hands and keep it on a shelf later, it's worth a few more dollars. :)


Here is the link: https://www.amazon.c...g=UTF8&qid=&sr=