Blizzcon 2014 was the staging ground for a number of big eSports tournaments, including the first Hearthstone World Championship. Sixteen players from all over the world competed in the tourney to win the $10,000 grand prize, but only one came out triumphant -- James “Firebat” Kostesich! While most professional players spend many hours each day mastering the game, the 18 year-old Kostesich likely didn’t have that luxury because of obligations with school and work. Nevertheless, he managed to take the Hearthstone scene by storm, surprising just about everyone. MUST SEE: New Hearthstone Goblins vs Gnomes Expansion Brings 120 New Cards Firebat is a very aggressive player, and built his decks accordingly, with his “Charge Face” Druid deck (shown below) being particularly lethal and feared throughout the tournament. Surprisingly, Druids are considered one of the weakest Hearthstone classes currently, yet he used them to dominate his opponents with relative ease. Replicating Firebat’s Charge Face deck won’t come cheap. It contains no less than four Legendaries and several Epics, so building it is not something you will be able to do if you've just starting playing Hearthstone. Assuming you don’t have any of the cards in the deck, Charge Face will fetch you 6,960 dust. But before you even think about copying Firebat, keep in mind that a good Hearthstone deck is only as good as its wielder. In other words, practice, practice, practice! ALSO READ: No Cheating Allowed! Blizzard Bans Thousands of Players in Hearthstone While Charge Face might be Firebat’s most fearsome deck, it’s not the only one in his arsenal. He has Warlock and Hunter decks, both of which feature only one Legendary card -- Loatheb -- which can be obtained for free by completing the Plague Quarther wing in Curse of Naxxramas. By winning the first Hearthstone World Championship at Blizzcon 2014, James “Firebat” Kostesich has made history. What do you think about his winning deck?