Nothing makes me want to quit, however I don't get it when aggro decks dominate. Blizzard pour so many resources into things like quests and heroes, granted we haven't seen them in action yet but two tier one decks at the moment are capable of ending the game by turn 5.
I get a bit annoyed when I just lose to mindless Smorcing because brain dead plays and people shouldn't be rewarded especially when half the time it's bots.
Pirate Warrior and Quest Rouge made me basically quit the game during Un'Goro.
If you're not playing a counter to those decks; you might as well concede Turn 1 as soon as you find out it is that deck. And since those decks are quick wins; they become cancer infesting ladder and casual [Quest wins] and playing anything else is a pain.
The fact both those decks basically play on autopilot and take no skill at all to use dosen't help.
Jade Druid has always made me want to gorge out my eyeballs with a pencil. I hate how it is obvious that I am the more skilled player but it doesn't matter because Jade Druid shits on control decks. I am so glad that I will be running 2 copies of Skulking Geist until I see no jades for a full week. Even If it is 1 game out of 20 I will still get the last laugh when I eat their idols and their Earthern Scales.
token shaman is like you are clearing their board turn after turn and now he doesnt even have many cards in his hand u take breath of relief and they dopplegang evolve and you are like wtf how did i lose this.
Anything can be frustrating if your opponent gets a strong enough draw; I've played against mages and gotten, on consecutive turns, Frost Nova, Frost Nova, Blizzard, Flamestrike Alex, burn to death. It's frustrating because it feels as if you don't get to play, and few classes have literally any action they can take during some of the freeze turns (especially if a Doomsayer is played on top of one of the Frost Novas). That said, tehre are games in which the mage does NOT draw their board freezes and are dead meat with a near-empty board. So it balances.
I don't see the hate for Pirates or Jades; they're both strong deck types, but both beatable. I'll sometimes play a hunter when laddering; I'll play beasts early, attack face and force my opponent to trade to keep me from buffing them with Crackling Razormaw or Houndmaster. The fast-playing face hunter, in fact, plays very much like pirates, but generates none of the hate. Also, either deck is just dead if they don't win by about turn 6.
Just play and enjoy. Take wins when you get them, lose when they get you. It's a game.
Jade Druid probably takes the cake out of these options. Retarded design from the beginning. Of not quite meta decks yet, Quest Mage. Nothing says "I'm an asshole that just wants to play solitaire" like playing that deck.
It's boring to play against the same decks all the time. So yeah, Pirate Warrior, all of those aggro hunter decks, Jade Druid, Freeze/Burn Mage. Everyone just copy and Pastes decks and doesn't try to find anything new and they pretend they're good at Hearthstone.
I wouldn't say quit but I will call major bull shit on a burn mage when they have one card and it's a babbling book and it gives them glyph and they glyph multiple times until they find exact lethal…fuck that.
Anything that's goal is to play whatever you draw and then attack face.
Pirate Warrior, a lot of Murloc decks, and some really brain-dead mages (and hunter).
It's not really the players' faults--at least not entirely. These decks are cheap and the game rewards quickness and efficiency.
Also, this game, with random opponent matchups and no sideboard and no best-of-three, makes it hard to "tech" against certain things without hurting yourself against other things. What happens is the games become a coin flip, both in the match-up and then the draw. You often times win or lose because you drew the board clear or you didn't.
I personally don't play these aggro decks, because I don't like the idea of me winning is really just based on praying my opponent doesn't get an answer. That is not fun. Some people might enjoy it (especially people who aren't all that bright or don't like thinking, and I don't mean this as an insult), but I don't. Flip a coin. Roll the bones. Choices don't matter.