This is the weirdest group of guys to keep in a laboratory. Color-coded sentry bots, a moronic alchemist, and now a blind dragon with a growing weapon? This is too much. Nefarian has to be stopped. For his own good!
Atramedes here is a strange one. He’s blind, but he can hear us when we play a card. When he hears us, his weapon gets bigger. When his weapon gets bigger, I bang a gong (get it on) and his weapon breaks. IS ANYONE ELSE CONFUSED ABOUT THIS?
It was a pretty cool fight though. DISTRACT HIM, MY SQUEAKY TOY OF DOOM!
How do we go from color-coded sentry bots to a somewhat-stupid dragon scientist? You’d think Nefarian would only have the best of the best in his Hidden Laboratory, but I guess now that we’ve breached the defenses there’s not much challenge left. At least I hope not!
Maloriak is what you get when you have a Crazed Alchemist as a hero. Every minion that shows up gets their attack and health swapped immediately. I guess that means I should avoid playing a bunch of 0 attack guys. That’s strategy!
SQUEAKY TOY OF DOOM, WE’RE AT IT AGAIN! LET’S GO!
Oh JAM! It’s time to break into the Hidden Laboratory and track down Nefarian’s seemingly undead ass. I know he’s not finished yet, we haven’t unlocked his Legendary card yet!
First we’ve gotta get through the lab’s oddly anthropomorphic security system. It consists of a mainframe (or something) that summons up four color-coded mechs, each with their own unique (and somewhat terrifying) abilities. Lucky for us, some of the more useful abilities work for our side of the board too. Let’s dismantle this thing and get down to it!
SQUEAKY TOY OF DOOM, COME TO ME!
Now that we’ve brutally beaten all the bosses of the Blackwing Lair, it’s time to take on the next two Class Challenges! And everyone says I have no class…
First up we get to use the Warlock to smash all of Razorgore’s eggs…again. Luckily, the deck isn’t the same as my own Zoo-ish deck, so we get to play with lots of demons. We might even get to be Jaraxxus!
Then we get to take on Vaelastrasz and his card-drawing insanity as a Rogue! Let’s just say this fight is gonna take a lot of…Preparation. What? Shut up I’m clever!
So…why are we up against Nefarian already? I thought for sure he’d be the actual final boss like Kel’Thuzad was in Naxxramas. Not that I’m complaining, I’m definitely sick of his crap and can’t wait to shut his dragon face up for good!
I’ve learned from my past mistakes, so I’m going to play Druid against Nefarian! There’s no way I can go wrong with that plan, right? Sadly, not even help from Ragnaros himself can keep us afloat against Naturalize.