Whirthun (real name Robert A Wing), is a Blizzard employee and former Community Manager for Hearthstone The Hearthstone icon Hearthstone (formerly known as Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft 1] 2]) is a free-to-play digital collectible card game from Blizzard Entertainment. It was first announced in a presentation by Rob Pardo at the , focusing on the Americas region Hearthstone is divided into four geographical regions: Americas, Europe, Asia and China. Each country Hearthstone is available to play in is assigned to one of these regions. Each player by default uses their Battle.net account .
Prior to joining the team Wing was well known through his work as a writer at BlizzPro and WoWInsider, where he was known by the alias ZenStyle. Wing joined the Hearthstone community team on Aug. 29, 2014.
On Jul. 15, 2016, Wing announced that he had left the Hearthstone Community Development team to work full-time in Blizzard`s Esports department as an Esports Talent Manager. His new duties involve Hearthstone as well as other Blizzard games, specifically dealing with casting operations, working mostly "behind the scenes".
- The name Whirthun is pronounced Whir-Thun.
- Prior to joining Blizzard, Wing competed in and won one of ManaGrind ManaGrind edit] Team Information Location: North America Website: Website Youtube: @@@#@@@YouTube(youtube.com)###@### Facebook: @@@#@@@Facebook(facebook.com)###@### Twitter: ManaGrind Number of Players: 7 History Created: 2013-06-01 Share this Page Tweet ManaGrind was a Hearthstone organization consisting of two competitive `s very first Hearthstone tournaments.
- As well as being a dedicated gamer, Wing is an anime fan. He is also "generally a fan" of video game soundtracks, one of his favourites being Chrono Trigger.
- Thematically, I love Paladin. The golden swords, justice, protecting the weak thing resonates with me. Paladins show up on the battlefield and give strength to their allies, while striking fear into the hearts of the wicked. They are timeless heroes.