[Hearthstone] The Gandhi Deck



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39 thoughts on “[Hearthstone] The Gandhi Deck

  1. It's really amazing what an analogy this is for peace and teaching. The whole game the Shaman spends futilely pressing damage and thinks attacking is his only way to win… yet in the last moments of the game, he sees his error and humbly becomes pacified. Embracing his inner Gandhi, he passes the turn, rather than hitting face, for the first time the entire game…. and wins. It's almost poetic.

  2. holy shit im from the future and idk if i can watch this without Skipperino Kripperino ….. how will i know where to skip over his blathering ?

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