The latest Hearthstone Tavern Brawl is out now, and it’s called A Scientific Recipe. Keeping in theme with the maniacal experiments of The Boomsday Project, this latest brawl is an excuse to get down and dirty with some deck recipes. Players will pick a deck recipe for their class of choice and face off against others who are tinkering with the same goblin technology. Our Hearthstone Tavern Brawl A Scientific Recipe guide will tell you which what class deck to pick and what each one does.
Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Scientific Recipe Class Decks
Some classes will receive two deck recipes to choose from, whereas others will have to make do with one. We break down the decks below.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Druid
Druids pick between the Out of the Woods deck and the Trees Are Friends deck. As expected, Trees Are Friends relies on you making good use of all of Malfurion’s chosen i.e. wisps and treants in order to do your bidding.
If you’re playing Out of the Woods, then you’re going to have to grab this deck by the horns and make the most out of the Deathrattle effects that are a staple of this recipe.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Hunter
Hunters get to pick between I Hunt Alone and Flark’s Fireworks for their recipes of choice in this latest brawl. If you’re choosing to fly solo, this deck will give you the benefit of the doubt by bulking up your arsenal with traps and the mighty bow, Rhok’delar.
If you’re playing Flark’s Fireworks then you’re in for an explosive time – you’ll be throwing bombs out left, right and center whenever you aren’t keeping an eye on the rowdy mechs crowding your board.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Paladin
There’s no time to be high and mighty if you’re picking the Kangor’s Endless Army recipe. This is a deck that gives you more mechs than you can shake a stick at, so long as you’re not too squeamish to resurrect any fallen drudges.
If you’re wanting something a little more classically Holy then you can’t go wrong with Greymane’s Alliance, which is, as the name suggests, all about our favorite worgen. With plenty of fan-favorite Pally skills and the might of Tirion Fordring on your site, what could go wrong?
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Rogue
This is no time to stick to the shadows, Valeera. It’s time to get your hands dirty with the Stolen Research and Necrium Trials recipes. If you’re particularly unscrupulous, then we’d recommend you go for the Necrium option which will have your enemies begging for mercy (if only the dead could beg).
More academic players may wish to go for the Stolen Research option which makes use of many a deadly weapon and poison to get your way. With plenty of card draw and the ability to recast cards when the going gets tough, you should be primed for a win.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Warrior
Warriors will be able to pick between The Boomsday Project and the Gilneas Armory decks if they’re wanting a victory born of blood and steel. The Gilneas Armory recipe is probably the option with the most steel, or at least the most meatshields. Your board will be your first line of defense.
If you’re wanting to play to the expansion’s strengths, then The Boomsday Project is the obvious choice. If you’re wanting to beat them down as quickly as possible then this Rush deck is going to be your preferred experience. Of course, the titular Dr. Boom will be more than happy to help.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Mage
Those looking for a little astral pep in their step can’t go wrong with the Shooting Stars deck. It’s heavy on the aggro and perfect for burning down pesky opponents with impressive numbers.
If you’re wanting a deck that caters to even the most spell-obsessed, then try on the Spells Are Fun, So Fun recipe. True to the name, you’ll be casting more spells than you know what to do with, and summoning minions to only further enable you.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Priest
Those wanting to err on the side of the Light will be able to harness the Quest for Immortality deck which works on the Altered Carbon-esque logic of living on through clones.
If you’re not wanting to be too wild, then the Awesome Augmentation deck is a safe choice as well. It’s all about making sure that your board is full and protected; healthy minions mean a dead opponent once they’re buffed enough.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Shaman
If you’ve heard the call of the Witchwood, then the Witchwood Awoken deck will awaken the inner spirit wolf in you. You’ll be relying on some beefy summons to keep the board tilted in your favor. With the Lich King on your side, you should be nigh unstoppable.
If you’re wanting something a little more Thrall-flavored then you should go for The Storm Bringer deck. Those who recall Outlands’ unruly elementals will rejoice in the ability to decimate enemies with lightning-based minions.
A Scientific Recipe Hearthstone Tavern Brawl: Warlock
Last but not least, those wanting to play crafty warlocks will find themselves able to call on their trusty sidekicks if they use the Demonology Lab deck. You’ll have everything from imps to dreadlords at your beck and call in this infernal army.
For those who want something a little more exciting, there’s The Omega Project deck recipe which rewards you for stalling your way to maximum mana before unleashing the absolute unit – the Omega Defender.
This latest Tavern Brawl is all about one-upping your opponent and trying to get the better of them with your chosen hero. Whether you’re going to use daggers or the power of the Light to do it, Dr. Boom is going to guarantee that you have an explosive time. May the best deck win!