(Hearthstone) Kidnapped By Bulwark

(Ashes of Outland Standard) Singleton Spell Shaman VS Warrior
Deck Code: AAECAaoIHvkDgQT1BP4F/wWyBo0IrZEDipQDuZkDxZkDpaED/KMD4aUDhKcDkKcDu60DgbEDkbED27IDhLYD5rcD27gDk7kDl7kDmLkD5b4D5r4Dk8IDw8wDAAA=
● Buy all-new Shiro merch! http://www.intotheam.com/bmkibler ● Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/shiroarmy ● Watch live every weekday: http://twitch.tv/bmkibler ● Follow me on Twitter and Instagram: https://twitter.com/bmkibler https://instagram.com/bmkibler
Music: Piano Sonata no. 29 in B-flat major ‘Hammerklavier’, Op. 106 III. Adagio sostenuto IV. Largo. Allegro risoluto by Beethoven, performed by Paul Pitman


47 thoughts on “(Hearthstone) Kidnapped By Bulwark

  1. Usually I take a nap when I watch Kibler's video. This time it was pretty easy to do so

  2. That looked like the bulwark warrior from zalae’s channel but without elysiana, which is odd since elysiana is how that deck wins. It’s like playing a mechathun without mechathun

  3. Daily quest deck — take 20 turns, play as warrior and equip 3 weapons.

  4. I see Bulwark as the Warrior's version of Time Out. In paladin, one of the reasons to run Time Out was to stall out for shirvallah holy wrath to otk your opponent. If warrior had a way to otk, I can see Bulwark being useful because it kind of does the same thing as Time Out. I think you do need to run pillagers like this guy in order to get more from the card but as we saw from this guy, you need a way to win the game. Otherwise you're just gonna lose.

  5. Typical control warrior player. "Hmmm, looks like that's a loss, but let's wait for extra 50 minutes"

  6. I was totally waiting for a turn where he plays double Dr. Boom's Scheme, both gaining him 20+ armour each, and hero power'ing as well

  7. There's always something really satisfying about watching a snoozefest control deck get completely drained out of resources that makes it worth watching every minute, even though the guy kept delaying the game long after he knew he'd lost. Thank you for your noble sacrifice, Mr. Kibler.

  8. The death and taxes of hearthstone , without the death .
    It just taxes your time to punish aggro players i suppose.

  9. Is it possible to get the card that destroys opponents armor off of Zephyrs in this situation? 🤔

  10. Even when he's hungry, Kibler is too patient and value-focused to concede to this misery factory of a deck. Excellent work!

  11. [Sees thumbnail] Oh, man… this is the deck (or one like it) Admirable and Zalae have been using to screw with people, isn't it? [watches video] Yep. XD

  12. You can netdeck Admirable's deck but you can't netdeck his plays…wish it was Kibler vs Admirable with this deck, that would be interesting to see.

  13. The way Bulwark looks, I feel as though it should also deal back the attackers damage.

  14. Why didn't zephyr give Platebreaker as an option? Or the minion that destroys all enemy armor.

  15. If you pick Hagathas scheme on the Swamp Queen, does it upgrade each turn still?

  16. This reminds me of the old school mill deck, didn't work all the time but when it did it was sooo sooo troll.

  17. Why doesn't zephrys offer platebreaker (5 mana 5/5 (destroy your opponent's armor)??

  18. Step 1, only take 1 damage.
    Step 2, Bore opponent until they concede.
    Step 3, even if you lose, it's okay, you've trolled the opponent enough to consider it a win, because you're just that much of an asshole.

  19. What did I just watch? "I'm going to make a deck with a clear win condition and then not use it." Which YouTuber uploaded the other side of this?

  20. This is like a peak into a more interesting version of hearthstone, where they incentivise the player to construct decks with more interesting objectives than just winning. If they had a way to keep things fun and interesting past the first week of an expansion (and not been greedy assholes) I would still be playing this game.

  21. i really like this deck i tried to make it then i realized i am poor and i cant pay for the adventure to unlock the weapon feelsbadman 🙁

Comments are closed.