BySimon Rune Knudsen, writer at Creators.co
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Simon Rune Knudsen

Disenchanting cards for dust in Hearthstone can be a laggy affair and cause some unexpected contingencies. Apparently Kripparrian, a Hearthstone YouTuber, caster and streamer, has accumulated such a huge amount of duplicate cards that he was able to crash the game at will.

I am become death, the destroyer of worlds - J. Robert Oppenheimer, father of the atomic bomb, and Kripparrian, Hearthstone player. [Credit: Blizzard]
I am become death, the destroyer of worlds - J. Robert Oppenheimer, father of the atomic bomb, and Kripparrian, Hearthstone player. [Credit: Blizzard]

This was quite a while ago though — more precisely before The Grand Tournament expansion was released for on August 24, 2015. Since then Blizzard has stocked up on engineers, so the servers would — PROBABLY — survive the onslaught of Kripparian's released dust.

The Dust To Craft Every Golden Card

'What is the meaning of this madness?', you might ask. Well, Kripparrian's master plan all along has been to collect enough card duplicates to be able to craft a golden version of every card in the game in one, enormous session of disenchanting.

And according to this spreadsheet, which Kripparrian linked to in a tweet, he only needs about 140.000 more dust to do so. Which really isn't that much considering how much Hearthstone this guy plays.

We hope to see Kripp hit the disenchant button before the end of the year. In the meantime, you can watch this bizarre clip, in which Hearthstone streamer MaSsan disenchants duplicates and gets a very strange reward. Blizzard, please.

Video credit goes to Trolden. How will you prepare for Kripparian's Hearthstone apocalypse?

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