I am always looking for ways to learn more about how to play from people who have a long history with strategy card games or are just really good at Hearthstone. I was wondering if anyone has suggestions of youtubers or twitch streamers who gave you a lot of insight on the game and how to play certain decks. I know a few big ones like Kripparrian, Kibler, Trump, Disguised Toast and I would love to know others. I wouldn't be opposed to anyone linking me a series going over the fundamental basics of hearthstone either or even if you consider yourself a decent hearthstone player what tips/tricks did you used as you were making your climb. I would love to get some suggestions :)
I mainly watch kripp for entertainment but he is certainly very good at the game so I've also learned a lot from watching him. If you purely want to focus on improving though I suggest you check out Zalae and Firebat. I watch most of their videos on omnislash and they are very good at explaining their thought processes in each turn (why should I play this and not this?) and they also focus a lot on deckbuilding in their omnislash videos which is very interesting as well.
Dog, great streamer cause not only he is a great player but he usually describes each play he does, why he does certain things and not others, calls out plays that the enemy may do and how to prepare for it depending on ur deck etc. Plus he is a god in Mill Rogue and DMH Fatigue Warrior, which is the highest skill deck in HS history
you can watch toast if youre brandnew, he used to be entertaining back then but with the cringey joast harem thing he became unwatchable for anyone with a little dignity... if you already got an idea of what youre doing i recommend other streamers such as dog, firebat, zalae, purple and fr0zen
Trump - Just good allround and does well explaining choices etc. Clam and collected, positive etc.
Firebat - Great to watch, can play a wide variety of decks really good. Does well explaining choices, is critical etc.
Zalae - Can be a bit irritating at times to watch because he puts a bit of a macho attitude on, which to me is grating. Excellent player though.
Thijs - Generally positive, can play certain decks really well (he's poor at Hunter or anything mildly agressive) ... does have irritating moments though.
Dane - Awesome, funny, positive Wild player ... always trying out new things.
There are a number who are decent ... Savj, Kibler etc. but I can't watch them for longer than a game because they are clicking all over the place and are really jittery and nervous. I can't stand how Kibler constantly looks to chat etc.
I generally don't like watching players who check Twitch chat more than actually playing the game and so making massive misplays because of it (e.g. RegisKilbin).
I would suggest watching a number of their YouTube videos ... Trump has good long videos for Arena, Firebat has daily content (short videos) that's fun to watch. There in-depth stuff with Omni/ etc. etc. etc.