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Behold, Julien de Muyter’s mighty invention! It’s a 3D printed replica of the magical box or chest that houses the animated game boards in Hearthstone.
Julien’s model measures about 10″x 8″x 6″ and takes between 20 to 25 hours total to print.
One of Hearthstone‘s tried and tested decks is the control Warrior, also nicknamed “wallet Warrior” because it requires many rare cards. Redditor cube_man99 made a visual pun as a gift for a friend who loves playing with the deck.
Hearthstone would never work as a paper card game. But it looks really cute as LEGO, as shown by MOCer LEGOParadise and his scale model of the game’s Pandaria battlefield.
It’s not the most polished or complex LEGO build, but it’s packed with fun details.
Hey guys how’s it going 3D printed Kripparrian here. Ricardo Salomao and Simone Fontana, known together as 3DNA, made this cool figurine for video game streamer, tutor and commentator Kripparrian, who of course is currently focused on Hearthstone.
Last month we checked out a fan-made Outland expansion for Hearthstone. Here’s another fan made creation, this time for a new character class based on Pokémon. Redditor sashashepto’s ideas are far from balanced, but hey, we’re just having fun here.
Hey everyone, get in here and check out these Android live wallpapers based on a couple of animation from Hearthstone‘s golden cards. Redditor daniel_mendel didn’t simply copy the animations from Blizzard’s game. He searched for pictures of the card art and then added the animated bits himself.
Hearthstone is going through the growing pains of a collectible card game. Unlike established CCGs like Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone still has relatively few cards (566 to MTG’s 14,963) and thus few (competitive) deck possibilities. That’s why fans love to dream of future releases.
This sculpture needs to be nerfed. Or it’s just fine, depending whom you ask. Made by Antonio Balicevic, it’s a polymer clay version of Mike Krahulik’s portrait of Leeroy Jenkins, an infamous World of Warcraft character and now a much maligned Hearthstone card.
Are you struggling with Hearthstone‘s Arena mode? Do you have more red X marks than keys to your name? Thingiverse user Danny Dillen knows how you can get more keys: print them. Danny is working on 3D models of the Arena’s symbols of victory and loot.
Are you excited about Hearthstone‘s Curse of Naxxramas? Prepare for your excitement to be cranked up to 11, because a batch of seemingly authentic photos have leaked online, showing a ton of information about the upcoming expansion.