Who are you arguing with? Being proactively defensive may not be necessary here.
It looks like The Nameless One hasn't had an increase in play in December. You may have personally started seeing it more often, but in the overall world of Hearthstone, its occurrence has remained consistent. It doesn't look like there is a conspiracy by Blizzard to trick people in to crafting/playing the card. It also looks like the card has a sub-50% win rate when run in a deck.
What instance did The Nameless One end up being game winning here? Did someone copy and silence a paladin minion with a bunch of librams on it? Copy/silence a Rattlegore to get a 4/4 that deathrattles in to an 8/8? Without describing why you're upset, this just seems like you're screaming in to the void about a card that, from all appearances, isn't really all that good to run in a deck.
*sigh* In real life i got a resting bitch face and strangers think im angry with them. Guess there is no difference in the virtual world.
Also english isnt my native language and this forum interface makes me mad. Might influence your perception. Im fine with it, since its not the first time and i learned to not care about it. In real life it lead to interesting conversations with strangers and free beers. ;)
Im not upset. Im just reporting my experience. And i think it was worth the report because it happens to me pretty often.
Me or the enemy generates a card i have NEVER seen in action and VOILA, now i see this card on a regular basis.
Yes, i account it to some kind of matchmaker manipulation, because its just too prominent to just be a random snowflake, But im not complaining. Just saying what im experiencing.
Last time was Cho. Havent seen him seriously played since YEARS. But as soon i added him into a fun deck, i saw him MANY times after. Either randomly generated or enemies who added him actively into their decks. While i might play "a couple" more games than others i really dont think im that meta bending.
Or Mana Addict. Mana Addict is 110% NOT meta in MY world and experience.
maybe it's something psychological as well - Nameless One wins you a game, and suddenly it becomes a memorable card and future times you run into it you are reminded of how it won you that one game, which leads to you remembering it being played more often and as such creating the illusion that the card is somehow being manipulated into appearing more in your games.
it's the same with RNG - I always remember when RNG fucks me in the ass and loses me a game, but I rarely remember the moments I get lucky / steamroll opponents entirely because they're unlucky. maybe it's just the human brain being the human brain