All the decks used in the final match of the tournament.
The DreamHack Summer 2015 Hearthstone tournament ended yesterday evening, with TiddlerCelestial taking the crown in a close final match-up against Dog. There was nothing too revolutionary played during the encounters, but you can certainly expect to see a little more of the Malygod Warlock deck archetype on the ladder in the days and weeks ahead.
Here’s our quick run-down of which deck each player took into each match, and who emerged victorious from the encounters. Specific decklists have yet to be released for the tournament final, but we’ve included standard decks related to each archetype further on down the page – if it turns out anything unusual was played, we’ll update these images.
DreamHack Summer 2015 Hearthstone Final details
The final went all the way to five encounters in the end, and it’s well worth following the drama in the video further on down the page. If you just want a quick feel for how the final unfolded, here’s our quick look at each match.
Round 1 – Oil Rogue vs FoN Druid
Round 1 saw TiddlerCelestial take the first point with a Force of Nature finish that Dog’s Oil Rogue just couldn’t hold back.
Round 2 – Oil Rogue vs Grim Patron Warrior
It was Dog’s turn to take the upper hand in the second round of the match, however, settling the score back to an even 1-1.
Round 3 – MalyLock vs Grim Patron Warrior
TiddlerClestial took the lead in the third round of the DreamHack Summer 2015 final, thanks to a devastating Frothing Berserker finish.
Round 4 – MalyLock vs Demon Lock
Dog fought back to level things once again in the fourth round, destroying TiddlerCelestial’s Demon deck in the process.
Round 5 – Grim Patron vs Demon Lock
The finals were eventually determined, however, by a focused display from Tiddler.
DreamHack Summer 2015 Hearthstone Final – TiddlerCelestial
Below you’ll find a collection of the most common decks associated with Tiddler’s choices. If any interesting tweaks are discovered, we’ll update this article. (Note that we’re stilling waiting for confirmation on whether the Druid deck is Hybrid or pure Ramp).
DreamHack Summer 2015 Hearthstone Final – Dog’s decks
Here’s our round-up of the standardised versions of the decks used by Dog in the final. Again, we’ll update this section if specific card changes are revealed.