Free Card Packs with D3: RoS Purchase, Deck Spotlight: Nox's Tempo Rogue, Friday Night Swiss

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Purchase - Free Hearthstone Card Packs

As previously datamined in the latest Hearthstone patch, players who purchase Diablo III: Reaper of Souls will be given packs of Hearthstone cards depending on which version of the expansion they buy. Digital and Digital Deluxe purchasers should now have their free packs of Hearthstone cards waiting for them inside of their pack tray in-game.

If you're going to be buying the retail released of D3 RoS, you will be able to get your card packs through a redeemable code that comes with the game. All accounts are eligible for a maximum of five card packs from this promotion. Looks like you won't be able to hoard all the codes your friends get.

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Heads up! Players who pick up a copy of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls™ will soon discover bonus loot in the form of an Expert Card Pack (or Packs!) for Hearthstone™: Heroes of Warcraft™.

Depending on the version of Reaper of Souls you have pre-purchased (or purchase in the future) you can expect the following:

  • Digital Standard Edition – One (1) Hearthstone Expert Card Pack, delivered to your account starting March 20.
  • Retail Standard Edition – One (1) Free Hearthstone Expert Card Pack, available in your Reaper of Souls box as a redeemable code.
  • Digital Deluxe Edition – Three (3) Hearthstone Expert Card Packs, delivered to your account starting March 20.
  • Retail Collector's Edition – Three (3) Hearthstone Expert Card Packs, available in your Collector’s Edition box as three separate redeemable codes.

Note: These Expert Card Packs require a account to be redeemed, and a maximum of five bonus Expert Card Packs can be redeemed on a single account. If you aren't already playing Hearthstone when the bonus Expert Card Pack keys are granted to your account, don’t worry—they’ll be waiting for you in-game as soon as you download Hearthstone for FREE and get through the introductory missions.

So have fun in Reaper of Souls, proudly defend the mortal realms, and—when you're ready for your hero's respite—enjoy some free cards courtesy of Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft.

Deck Spotlight: Nox's Tempo Rogue

In tonight's Deck Spotlight, Noxious joins us to take a look at the Tempo Rogue deck, and a slightly modified version of the deck to help counter aggro decks. The base Tempo Rogue deck is a great deck which aims to force your opponent to make inefficient trades against you so that you can come out at the top. It's a great deck, but in areas of the ladder where aggro is popular, Noxious has put a slight twist on it to help counter the heavy aggro play. 

Below we have a video which features the creation of the deck, and the deck itself in action.

"Basic" Tempo Deck
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Friday Night Swiss

Friday Night Swiss is a tournament series run by ManaGrind which uses the Swiss tournament format. There are two swiss events held each week on Friday, one for North America, and another for Europe. The North American Swiss tournament is held at 8 PM EST, and European Swiss is held at 7 PM CET.

Players who make it to the top of the tournament will have their decks featured on the frontpage of HearthPwn, and as always, the tournament is free to enter, so bring your best deck to the playing field! More information on this week's Swiss tournaments can be found in this thread.



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