How far have you come with completing dungeon run with different classes? What were the hardest bosses you encountered? Do you find dungeon run easy, medium or hard?
So far I've completed it with Quest Druid and Jade Shaman. I think runs are medium to hard and you depend so much on card draw. Toughest bosses were King Togwaggle which I only encountered once and it seemed impossible to win against and second one was that laser eye thing. I had extremely powerful Paladin with like 9 dungeon run cards (i was lucky to have equality consecration on treasure boss) but I still lost due to constant answers from his hero power. I also played 10/10 taunt on turn one but he had corrupting mist fml.
I think it's great that they made this mode, but i am a bit disappointed with the difficulty level. I've completed 3 runs now with two mediocre and 1 decent deck, and I am now doing rogue. For me this seems way to easy, after Lich King in last xp i was expecting something that would take at least 4-5 rounds for me to finish an entire 8 boss rund. Only boss who was somewhat challenging was the darkness because of bad draw. The LK had great ai, these bosses are innkeeper level.
Idk, maybe they will increase difficulty / buff ai in the future. I understand that some are struggling with the bosses (probably becouse of non-tactical loot picks), but i think that we should not expect these modes to be over in 1-3 hours of gameplay.
Might just be me thinking this is supposed to be a lasting gamemode not a 9 class run trough adventure.
I have won with Pally and Hunter so far. With both classes I ended up winning off of the back of mass stealth being ridiculous. I almost won with a spellslinging druid where I had +6 spellpower passive and 4x Swipe but I ended up against the dragon boss last and I just could not get through his high life total and constant aoe damage.
Really enjoying the whole thing! Difficulty seems more linked to people able to pick the right match of loot and cards and then ending up with a boss you can beat with it so pretty hard to balance around all the options but so far I think Blizzard have done superb
ive had a lot of runs with warrior, accumulated 66 wins and constantly get screwed on either boss 4 or 7 everytime. i cant clear this with warrior. i am trying to sync card selection with the treasures and other stuff but im just coming up short everytime. its always either the guy that gives charge to all his summoned stuff FOR FREE or the one that gives all his stuff +1/+1.
Hunter and shaman was 8 wins in a row each for 1st time completion, but warrior i just dont know whats up.
I've gotten to final boss twice as Warrior and lost both times. Tried with Warlock but got cute and picked stealth (not a good idea!) and got wrecked somewhere in the middle round. It's tougher than I thought it'd be, but definitely enjoyable mode. :)
Passiv: Scepter of Summoning and Justicar's Ring Treasure: Magic Mirror and Amulet of domination Deck: C'Thun, Emperor Thaurissan, Nexus-Champ Saraad, 2x Fizzlebang, 5x molten giant and 12x mountain giant
just amazing! C'Thun even discarded the warlock quest of the last boss
Eh? I just slaughtered the dungeon and it wasn't close with a Rogue. Double Battlecry + C'Thun Deck = Incredible. On the final fight I had a 120+ damage C'thun...
Heh - go figure - I've hit the final boss about 7 or 8 times now and never managed to get both C'thun and Battle Cries together to work. Ah well!
I think I was pretty lucky - I picked battlecries on my first win with the intention of building a Jade deck, but then when none came up I figured C'thun is a good substitute... then got offered C'thun cards on every single pick. That coupled with the treasure that limits your cards to 5 mana and it was pretty easy. There's a whole lot of variance though, I mean I've lost with Warrior 5-6 times yet some people did it on their first.