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The final boss of this week was a spicy puzzle and you will have been happy if you had him finally down. Even on normal you may have struggled a little with him will, as you did in the first week with Emperor Thaurissan. It is the hero power of the third boss, Rend Blackhand, which the Board full of throws with minions and gives him an advantage on the Board. You are therefore continuously from a deficit fighting, but with good board clears-such as the Pyromancer combination/Equality or a simple Explosive Sheep-is it possible to this gap to make up. You also probably want to avoid in your deck, because Black hand legendaries demolishes this at one time with a simple spell. The class challenges this week are good lessons for novice players. During the Druid class Druid challenge you play with a Token deck. This means that your minions plays those other minions thanks to create a battlecry or deathrattle. As a result, deliver your what in on stats, but thanks to other minions with which you can reinforce this view, you can quickly board control building by effectively your minions against Rend Blackhand trading. It's a lesson in combining the minions with each other and spells in order to build a lead. In the Priest challenge you play against General Drakkisath and this is like the normal fight against him a lesson in effectiveness. This third week of Blackrock Mountain had a lot of variety, challenge and depth and I find it hard to choose if I was better this week than the week with the great Mage challenge and the entrance of Emperor Thaurissan. The maps of that first week-Emperor Thaurissan, Grim Patron and Gang Up-were right a strong influence on the meta and made for fun new decks or upgrades of existing decks that Hearthstone made a lot more interesting. Dragon Consort, Dragon Egg and Twilight cub of this week have potential, but this will be possible only after the full release of Blackrock Mountain and all dragons cards really, where the maps from the first week had a big impact in itself. The variety and challenge of Blackrock Spire was welcome after a disappointing Molten Core. Next week we are going to visit Lord Victor Nefarius in Blackwing Lair and I can't wait for his comment during the fighting, that so far the second Hearthstone adventure positive colors-and of course the arrival of the Hungry Dragon, a map where I have high hopes for.