We’ve tested your Hearthstone™ knowledge once, and we’re ready to do it again! Dust off your gnomish thinking caps and prepare yourselves for another round of Puzzles and Hearthstone! The players in each of these images can win in the current turn, and it’s your job to figure out how exactly to pull it off. Can you help the current player win and solve these Hearthstone puzzles?
Difficulty: 5/5 Mana Crystals
You are playing Anduin Wrynn, the Priest. You have only one card in play, a Shieldbearer that has been silenced. Your hand contains: Auchenai Soulpriest, Inner Fire, Shadow Madness, Power Word: Shield, Reckless Rocketeer, Greater Heal, and Circle of Healing.
It’s turn 10 for you, and you have 5 health remaining. Gul’dan is staring you down with 25 health left. How can you win against this wily Warlock?
Difficulty: 3/5 Mana Crystals
Your opponent is Jaina Proudmoore, the Mage. She has four cards in her hand, and the following minions in play: Sunwalker (with Divine Shield active), a Water Elemental (currently at 3/1), and a 3/3 Ethereal Arcanist.
You are playing Thrall, the Shaman. You have the following minions in play: A Booty Bay Bodyguard (5/1 and frozen by the Water Elemental), a Shieldbearer, a Young Dragonhawk, a Stoneclaw Totem, a Wrath of Air Totem, and a Murloc Warleader.
It’s your 7th turn, and you have 7 health remaining, while your opponent is looking pretty good with 25 health remaining. How can Thrall teach Jaina a lesson in the power of the elements?
Difficulty 5/5 Mana Crystals
In our last puzzle, your opponent is Garrosh Hellscream, the Warrior. He has four cards in his hand with the following minions in play: Leper Gnome, Mogushan Warden, Tauren Warrior, and Gruul. He also has an Arcanite Reaper equipped as a weapon.
Garrosh is at 21 Health and no Armor.
You are at 1 Health and have 10 mana at your disposal. So, how do you dispose of this pesky Warrior?
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Disclaimer: The following puzzles are head-scratchers. If you experience an over-abundance of head-scratching as you try to discover the answers that lie within this blog, we highly recommend investing in a sturdy gnomish thinking cap. Side effects from using the thinking cap over an extended period of time are nausea, headaches, and involuntary chicken noises.