Someone carried this to Chinese site:video
Intrepid dragonstalker is the strongest card in the brawl. Buff it up to high heavens and don't push Nefarian hard, once you feel that your dragonstalker is healthy enough (100 to 130 HP), push nef into his later phases. This brawl is less punishing than Mechazod and it isn't as dependant on RNG as the previously mentioned. With some hope, you will be matched with someone that can see you hovering over the important card to buff... and pray he doesn't waste all your buffs when the hand swap happens.If you see it go south, conceding is a good choice.
People I played with so unbelievably dumb. The only 100% win strategy is to buff one of the chosen (like or ) minions above 30 health+. All other minions only needed to hold the damage.
This is both an amazing and maddening Tavern Brawl. It's (in theory) easier than the Mechazod fights, it's got clear win conditions...but because the meta is so aggro oriented, most people lose: Because this is a tavern brawl about patience, not attacking, and people just keep ramming minions in or blowing up their boards by filling it up or by triggering Nefarian's enrage timers when the other player isn't attacking. Amazing how many players will mill the other player too.So it's maddening to keep losing because the other player is needlessly aggressive, and amazing because it feels like Blizzard's trying to get people out of an aggro mindset. I don't think it's working if the games I've been playing are any indication, but it's still amazing.