Getting INSANELY LUCKY With Transmogrifier! | Hearthstone Daily Moments Ep.1539

Getting INSANELY LUCKY With Transmogrifier! | Hearthstone Daily Moments Ep.1539

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28 thoughts on “Getting INSANELY LUCKY With Transmogrifier! | Hearthstone Daily Moments Ep.1539

  1. I had Togwaggel in Hand and my opponent was at 15 health while I shuffled in 6 Kronx in my deck. I played Heistbaron before the Lackey and just Shame conceded

  2. Yesterday, I was playing Singleton Dragon Mage, and I coined Dragoncaster turn 5 for Power of Creation.
    I didn't have a Dragon in hand…

  3. It wasn't a shame concede, it was a respect concede. He played golden Cho on curve

  4. My first time when I had zombie chow and auchenai and killed all with circle of healing. Yeah healed him by 10

  5. At 6:09 , he attacks with a 96 attack pinion and does 69 damage overkill, that's kinda unbelievable if you didn't do it on purpose.

  6. Plop!
    shame concede
    discover a dragon: Kalecgos. a Few turns later
    COIN .. KALECGOS … goood bye

  7. I know I don't comment much but uh.
    Have I ever shame conceded? No. Because I believe in one thing. Anything, can happen. So, One misplay could win me, or lose me the game. Nine out of ten times it's lose.

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