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Amazon announced its Amazon Key home delivery service late last year, allowing Amazon Prime members to remotely unlock and monitor their front door using a kit consisting of an Amazon Cloud Cam security camera and a compatible smart lock. Aside from being able to detect when someone is entering your home, Amazon Key can also let you grant access to an Amazon delivery personnel so they can leave your package in your home, instead of at your doorstep where anyone could grab it.

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In the market for a GoPro camera? Check out this deal on the HERO5 Session. For a limited time, the official GoPro eBay store is offering a significant discount on the 4K action camera. It’s certified refurbished, so it comes factory sealed and with a full-year warranty, and right now it’s only $ 120…. Read the rest of this post here


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‘Fortnite’ 3.31 Brings Heavy Shotgun to ‘Battle Royale’ to the $120 Million Game

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We have an early word on the 3.3.1 update to Fortnite [Free], and it will bring in the Heavy Shotgun. This Epic and Legendary weapon, the highest rarities in Battle Royale, adds more distance to the weapon than most shotguns, especially the Tactical Shotgun. So, if you find this weapon, you’re in a better state to deal with assault rifles if they engage with you, or you can get closer and deal the lethal blow with this weapon. One player found the weapon early in Blitz, and shared just how deadly this can be:

Expect full patch notes for 3.3.1 on Thursday, March 21st.

In other news, Superdata Research revealed its estimates for how much revenue Fortnite: Battle Royale makes, and it’s a lot: $ 121 million in February alone. That’s all off of cosmetic item purchases, too. That number is set to go up with Fortnite on iOS once it rolls out worldwide. Even with a limited audience, the game made $ 1.5 million in its first four days on the App Store.

Compare this to PUBG on PC, where the game made $ 103 million across Steam and Xbox. The lack of a PS4 release hurts, clearly. Fortnite now has more viewers on Twitch, and clearly dented PUBG‘s viewership. This is before Fortnite‘s March, which saw the game reach new heights of mainstream exposure.

However, Fortnite hasn’t left PUBG completely in the dust. And the mobile competition between Fortnite and PUBG Mobile [Free] will be interesting: between Fortnite‘s limited availability on iOS only, and PUBG Mobile rolling out worldwide on iOS and Android, and PUBG Mobile‘s more advanced state of development, the Fortnite versus PUBG story is just beginning.

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Tech Deals: $120 Off DJI Spark Drone, $20 Off Xbox One Controller, 50% Off USB-C Power Bank, More

There is definitely a time and a place for wonderful technology deals which exist to save you money. And that time and place is right here, right now. Yes, that’s right, once again we have put together a wonderful collection of hand-picked deals which all have impressive financial reductions applied against them for your purchasing enjoyment. Make sure to act quickly before they are all gone.

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Top Decks, Budget Decks, Deck Guides, and More ‘Hearthstone’ Weekly News and Videos in ‘Touchstone’ #120

Hello everyone and welcome to another Touchstone Tavern, our roundup of the best Hearthstone [Free] stories and videos of the past week. The Hearthstone world has been on the quiet side given the holidays, but there are still interesting stories about the best and most interesting decks you could be playing right now. As you’ll see in the meta report below, the Kobolds meta is already settled, and that means there isn’t too much room for experimentation (although that might change if players figure out the potential of other Kobolds cards). Overall, though, it’s a quiet time, but that doesn’t mean playing the game isn’t still fun. Check out all the stories and the great decklists below.

 

 

Priest Deck Guide

As this writer points out, Priest is probably the strongest class in the game right now, so here’s a guide for the Big Priest archetype. Big Priest is all about huge minions with spells and Barnes to bring them on the deck early as well as removal spells to take the game into the later turns. The article offers a detailed decklist along with possible alterations and a detailed guide on how to play the deck. It then goes into how to handle the various Priest matchups. Overall, this is a good guide for a very strong deck, so check it out.

 

5 New and Underestimated Cards

Sometimes it’s hard to predict the power level of some new cards, and—as a result—some end up being underestimated. That is the case with the 5 cards in this article. The first is Corridor Creeper, which ends up being much cheaper to play in reality than theory. To My Side is a great card in Spell Hunter decks, Rin The First Disciple is very powerful in the current slow meta, Voidlord breaks the meta, and Possessed Lackey can define the metagame. Check out the list with more details here.

 

Updated Budget Decks

Budget Decklists are always a great tool for those with limited collections, so this HearthHead list is definitely welcome. The list includes budget decks for all classes, all of them updated with Kobolds & Catacombs cards. If you have a small collection or are a free-to-play player who won’t be buying a ton of Kobolds decks, this list is definitely for you.

 

Popular Wild and Standard Decks of the Week

HearthPwn put together its customary list of the most popular Wild and Standard decks of the week, and you should probably check it out since it’s another look at where the meta is heading. Standard Decks include Face Hunter, Evolve Shaman, Keleseth Rogue, Quest Mage, and Metabreaker (ranging from cheap to quite expensive), while the Wild Decks include Aggro Paladin, OTK 4 Horsemen, Rin Blood Summoner, and more. A very good list with a range of decks that should give you some good netdecking options.

 

Esports Superstars Full Decklists

This article breaks down the decklists used in the Esports Superstars tournament and offers an interesting look at what the pros are currently playing. Tempo Rogue was by far the most popular deck, followed by Highlander Priest, Control Warlock, and Aggro Paladin. Control Warrior, Malygos Druid, and TTK Mage were the least used. Patches the Pirate was the most popular Legendary followed by Prince Keleseth and Leeroy Jenkins. Bloodreaver Gul’dan was the most popular Death Knight. The article includes even more interesting information along with detailed decklists. Definitely a good article that points to where the pro scene is heading.

 

Meta Report

Tempo Storm put together a meta report for a month after Kobolds & Catacombs released, and—as they point out—the meta has already settled. We don’t usually get a settled meta so soon after the release of an expansion. Not many new decks have surfaced, and those that do get overshadowed by old decks that now have new tools. Tier 1 and 2 decks have remained the same, but they are increasingly more refined. The top deck is still Highlander Priest, which resulted in Cubelock seeing a bit of a decline. Combo Dragon Priest tops Tier 2 and has the potential to hit Tier 1. Patches the Pirate and Corridor Creeper Decks continue to mess the meta up since (being neutrals) can be played in all kinds of decks. Read the whole meta report here.

 

 

 

 

Best of Synergies

WTF Moments

Best of Recruit

Kobolds & Catacombs Crafting Guide

Kripp on How Kobolds & Catacombs Was Saved

New Evolve Shaman

Thijs Breaks the Meta

Gaara’s OP Tempo Rogue

 

 

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[Update: Amazon, B&H] Deal alert: Huawei Watch 2 is $179 ($120 off) and Watch 2 Classic is $219 ($148 off) at Best Buy

Huawei is one of the last tech companies still interested in Android Wear. The Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic were released earlier this year, and the Watch 2 Classic even earned a spot in our Most Wanted list for wearables.

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Kobolds & Catacombs Guide and Best Decks, Dungeon Run Tips, and More ‘Hearthstone’ Weekly News in ‘Touchstone’ #120

Hello everyone, and happy post-Kobolds & Catacombs week. As is always the case after a Hearthstone [Free] expansion drops, the community is all energized and players are trying to figure out what decks to put together and whether their new Legendary is useful (hint: usually, it’s not). Players appear happy with the new cards and especially with the new Dungeon Run mode, as you’ll read in a few stories today. And we also have stories about the best decks to play post-Kobolds, although it’s definitely too early to definitively say which decks are the best and which are just crazy experiments or hopeful thinking. How have you been enjoying the new expansion? Sounds off in the comments below!

 

 

 

Hearthstone Directors Answer Questions About Kobolds & Catacombs

If you want to know more about Kobolds & Catacombs, head over to this story and read an interview by Jason Chayes and Steve Shimizu. The story talks about the inspiration behind the new expansion, the final mechanics, Recruit, and more, so make sure to check it out, even though you’ve probably heard most of the information before.

 

Kobolds & Catacombs Guide

Right after an expansion hits, the game’s meta goes all crazy, at least for a while. This story tries to help you build the right decks regardless of the class you feel like playing. Whether these decks are strong or not remains to be seen, but having some netdecking help early on in an expansion when everyone is still experimenting isn’t a bad thing, right?

 

Best Kobolds & Catacombs Decks to Try

Another useful netdecking source that goes into more detail on the various decks and explains what the various cards can offer to the deck under consideration. There’s Kolento’s Big Ramp Druid, Thijs’ Big Hunter, Mpi’s Dragon Highlander Priest, and many more. Check them all here and feel free to add any of your own in the comments below.

 

Dungeon Run Is a Win for Blizzard

As the title of this story deftly explains, Dungeon Run is a great new mode and one of the best things Blizzard has ever added to the game. The story talks about the way the mode builds in variety and replayability and how entertaining the new mode can be. What do you think about Dungeon Run so far? Is it something you felt was missing from the game?

Dungeon Run Is the Single-Player Mode the Game Always Needed

As you can guess from the title, the writer of this story sees Dungeon Run as the perfect single-player mode for what has been primarily a multiplayer game. He sees it as great for beginners but also veterans, who often want a lower-stakes game mode with replay value. He does complain about the lack of long-time rewards, but it still stands as a great way to pass some time playing the game.

 

3 Tips for Dungeon Run Success

If you’re having a hard time taking out those Dungeon Run bosses, read this story. It offers advice on what kind of treasures and loot to get, what to avoid doing in the early stages if you want to still be strong in the later stages, and how to prepare for the various bosses. While not very detailed, it’s still a helpful guide that includes a very useful full boss list.

 

New Card Looks a Lot Like a Magic Card

Apparently, one of the new Hearthstone cards looks a lot like a Magic card from 17 years ago. Specifically, Violet Wurm is very, very close to Magic’s Symbiotic Wurm in terms of stats and abilities, but at least the art is different. Both cards were partly designed by the same person, Mike Donais, so the similarities shouldn’t be too surprising. Check out the whole story here.

 

15 Most Promising Kobolds Cards to Look Out For

If you want to know which cards from the new set have the most potential, read this story. The writer looks at all kinds of cards, including Vulgar Homunculus, Twilight Acolyte, and Hooked Reaver, and tries to predict which ones could be influential (each for their own reasons). Do you agree with the list, or do you have different predictions?

 

New Legendary Weapons Ranked

The new expansion has added Legendary Weapons for the first time, and you can head this way if you want to see them ranked according to their effectiveness. Dragon Soul (Priest) comes in last with Aluneth (Mage) getting second place and Val’anyr (Paladin) top place because it can get a ton of work done for you (unless silence has something to say about it). Check out the rest of the list here to see whether you got a good free Legendary Weapon or a dud.

 

 

 

Best of Legendary Weapons

Best of Kobolds & Catacombs Moments

Woecleaver Is Actually Good?

Deck of Wonders Is Insane

WTF Moments #239

New OP Card?

The Darkness Counter

7 New Interactions

How to Play Without Buying Decks

100,000 Damage Explosive Runes

 

 

 

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[Deal Alert] Huawei Watch 2 is $179 ($120 off) and Watch 2 Classic is $219 ($148 off) at Best Buy

Huawei is one of the last tech companies still interested in Android Wear. The Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic were released earlier this year, and the Watch 2 Classic even earned a spot in our Most Wanted list for wearables. Both of the watches are now on sale at Best Buy – $ 179 ($ 120 off) for the Watch 2 and $ 219 ($ 148 off) for the Watch 2 Classic.

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