The Decks of the 2016 European Last Call Invitational
Oct 07, 2016
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2016
All 40 decks and analysis on them!
BlizzCon is almost upon us and that means the Hearthstone World Championship is just around the corner. We know most of the competitors who will be attending, but in the Last Call Invitationals, the final three competitors will win their way to the tournament.
While we're specifically focusing on the European Invitational, you can also catch the Asia-Pacific one on Sunday, October 9 at 8:00 p.m. PDT and the Americas tournament one week later on October 15 at 9:00 a.m. PDT. Europe, however, kicks things off on Saturday, October 8 at 5:00 a.m. PDT.
Your usual caster crew of Frodan, TJ ‘Azumo’ Sanders, Raven, Firebat, Sottle, and Savjz will bring you the action while Bunnyhoppor, Georgec, Hoej, Nicslay, Pavel, Rdu, Shtanudachi, and Sintolol fight over that final spot at BlizzCon from Europe.
As has become standard in these more important tournaments, players are battling in a best-of-seven single-elimination Conquest bracket with a single ban.
One of the major stories coming in is Shtanudachi who actually ended up tied with Greensheep for the final spot in the tournament. The two played a match and the former came out ahead with a 4-0 sweep.
In addition, Bunnyhoppor, Georgec, Hoej, and Rdu are all relatively big names in the Hearthstone scene, particularly Georgec who's been incredibly consistent this year. In Spring he failed to make top three but did indeed compete in the Spring Championship. Later in the summer, he fell just short of DrHippi (who qualified for BlizzCon) in a 2-4 loss. For all of them, this marks their last chance at making it to the biggest stage in Hearthstone, something many consider to be indicative of whether or not they had a successful year or not.
Here are all of the decklists at the tournament. You can click on each to see the full decklists and some basic stats such as the mana curve, mechanic distribution, and more. While in those pages you can head to the top right of the Zam user bar and change the language (Search for "English" and you'll find it) so that the cards are displayed in your native language. Alternatively, you can simply click a language below and we'll bring you to the deck database with the proper vocabulary and you can explore for yourself.
Note: We apologize in advance, but any decklists with One Night In Karazhan cards will display as Wild even though they're actually Standard.