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Hearthstone's Year of the Dragon is coming to a close and the League of Explorers are ready to have their big showdown with the League of E.V.I.L. as part of the latest Solo Adventure - Galakrond's Awakening. We sat down with Blizzard to discuss the process behind creating a yearlong story and the challenges faced when coming up with a fitting finale.

For the team at Blizzard it’s all about finding interesting places within the game to tell a story, something that has been emerging in recent years thanks to a string of excellent and varied Hearthstone Solo Adventures. Over the course of the past year though, perhaps the most ambitious narrative undertaking seen in Hearthstone to date emerged - an ambitious yearlong narrative as part of the game’s Year of the Dragon.

Culminating with the recent release of the final Dragon-heavy Solo Adventure – Galakrond’s Awakening – where, in addition to telling a straightforward tale of good versus evil it also puts a cap on a narrative that has seen heroes, villains, and memorable characters emerge over the course of many months. Plus, there be dragons.

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