I always love hearing some Hearthstone talk from Alex - would definitely love to see a little Old Gods video content from the Beast crew. To throw in my feelings so far, I've not been playing anything C'thun (or in fact any of the Old Gods yet, despite picking Yogg-Saron up in my first round of packs) but I've been having a fantastic time.I'd say I have about a 75% winrate so far against C'thun decks - it's one card in 30, so most of the time you don't even see it before they die and even if it comes out it's not been a guaranteed win for them. I suspect that'll shift over time as those decks are honed, but I don't think they're going to completely dominate. Vel'kor is definitely super strong, so maybe that'll see some tweaking, but even that isn't usually quite enough to end things. N'zoth seems like it could fit into a lot of different styles, though.As a note - if you have any intention of playing Hearthstone during this set release, be sure to hop on this week as you'll get C'thun and 3 free packs, plus about 10 more free packs just for playing a few matches of Standard Constructed.EDIT: wanted to throw in my 2 cents on the Dark Souls invasion discussion. If you're summoning someone in for a fight (red or purple sign) then I'd go into it wanting to duel, which for me means no healing. When it's just a standard invasion, though, anything goes. Personally I will generally give the invader the chance to fight me one-on-one, but the moment they heal or try to lure me into enemies all bets are off. Conversely, if I invade I won't heal or use dirty tactics if the host is down to duel, but if I get rushed by multiple enemies then I'll use any trick in the book to get that kill, and I'm fine with that. I love a fair fight, but you should never expect it.