Giveaway Winners Notified
We've notified the winners of our Facebook and Twitter giveaways from last night. Please check your Facebook messages or Twitter direct messages to see if you won. If you don't receive an immediate response, don't worry, we won't forget about you. Winners have 48 hours to respond. After that, the keys will be given to new people.
Deck Showcase: Low Budget Paladin Template
In tonight's Deck Showcase, we're featuring Aishi's Low Budget Paladin Template Deck. If you're a new player looking for a great place to start with a deck for our hero, Uther Lightbringer, you've come to the right place. The Paladin Template Deck is a great place to start building inexpensive decks! You can see a full review of the deck in the Paladin Template Deck topic on our forums, or see the deck below if you're just interested in trying it out. Let's take a look at what Aishi has to say about this deck.
Quote from Aishi
Hey guys, Aishi here with another deck, I just wanted to showcase how to build a standard Paladin deck with no intended synergy/combo ability and a bunch of individually great cards can hold on its own. The idea behind a "template" deck is a group of cards that build a strong foundation for most decks you want to create. It's a great starting point for a player in the deck building process. There's no epics, no legendaries, and a combination of a few rares that are extremely versatile in terms of the decks they can be used in.
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Beta Opt-In Issues Resolved
If you've been looking to score a Hearthstone invite, and don't have any Blizzard games on your battle.net account, it's possible that your beta opt-in settings did not save correctly. Make sure you login to your Battle.net account management to check the status of your Hearthstone opt-in!
We recently discovered an issue with the beta opt-in process where the opt-in selection setting for Hearthstone (and Heroes of the Storm) may not have been saving properly for Battle.net accounts with no game licenses attached. This issue is now resolved, so any beta opt-in selections going forward should save properly in your Battle.net account.
Please note that we haven’t yet invited everyone into the Hearthstone closed beta test who has opted in. That said, if you have opted in and have not received an invite email, one reason could be because of the above issue, so we highly recommend that you double-check your opt-in settings here. (While we are not ready to begin beta testing for Heroes of the Storm, please do opt in if you want to help us test that game.)
We’re still working on a number of issues as part of the Hearthstone beta-test process—primarily around server-load improvements and stability. We’ve made a lot of progress since the first server issues were reported and plan to continue inviting players into the Hearthstone closed beta test via the opt-in process. Everyone who opts in to the Hearthstone closed beta test will be invited to participate at some point before Hearthstone moves into open beta testing.
If you have been opted in for a while, have not yet received an invite, and were not impacted by the issue described above, we strongly recommend that you check your junk and spam folders as well as your Promotions tab (for Gmail users). Hearthstone beta invite emails have a tendency to end up in one of those locations.
We apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused and once again thank all of you for your interest in helping us test Hearthstone.