(Hearthstone) The Highlander Sleuth



(Ashes of Outland Standard) Highlander Druid VS Warrior
Deck Code: AAECAZICHkBW/gHFBO0FxAaNCOQIuZQDoaEDqaID9KID/KMDl60D9q0D/a0DjK4DiLAD57ADkbED+bUD/7UDhLYD5LoD6LoD7LoD7boD7roD8boDw8wDAAA=

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Music: Waltz in B minor, Op. 69 no. 2 & Grande valse brillante in E flat major, Op. 18 by Chopin, performed by Olga Gurevich

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31 thoughts on “(Hearthstone) The Highlander Sleuth

  1. 1:20 i think the play was to coin hero power and punch his face so he can't clear the twilight drake with just armor up+shield slam

  2. The height of the hat on his head (in the thumbnail) concerns me, his brain is expanding too rapidly to contain.

  3. The moment opponent played Alex I legit was like "wtf its gonna fizzle".

    Because it didnt, I thought "hang on… That must mean something!". Couldnt remember what but detective Kibler gave the answer away.

  4. I don't know guys.. it might not be Singleton warrior. The video description simply says "Warrior". More information is required

  5. Im simple man I see good preview photo on Youtube from kibler I press Like to video (I still watch your videos every day though)

  6. Holy crap I remember playing the background music for a piano competition more than ten years ago. I can still play the melody from memory, I practiced it so much.

  7. This is one of the many reasons I love watching Kibler. He's not afraid to poke fun at himself a bit whenever he has an "oops" moment. It's a great bit of humility, and shows that he's just having fun without the need to be perfect all the time.

  8. Well, to be fair, Kibler was playing singleton too, and he had 2 bombs and 14 dream portals, so…

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