For the past two days I've seen a lot of Jade Druids and I've only been playing Casual. Has anyone else noticed this? My theory is that they all got Legend already so they're just bringing their deck to Casual and making more people hate the game. At any rate, I can't play Ranked because I don't want to see Jade Druids, and now I can't play Casual either. Guess I'll just go stare at the wall.
there are no rules against that, people might have a quest to play druid and they prefer casual to do them, either way try and play a deck that counters them or play at a diferent time.
Dude, pirate warriors and control warlock in casual?i wonder what your iq must be.there are plenty of decks to run in casual without netdecking from the front page.thats silly. Yeah,there is no rule against that but gtfo really,stupid kids.
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Nothing new under the sun. I have always met a lot of cancers in casual. Of course some of them are just doing their dailies but definitely not all of them (or they have found the source of infinite quests).
So what's the point? Some may be trying to get their quest done as quickly as possible and they're lucky enough to get a quest for a class with cancer deck. Hummm...
The only answer I find is some people use casual to grind their 100G a day simply because they know they will achieve easier wins against people playing some "not game winning" quests.
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People always complain about ladder being poorly designed, but it is actually casual that is. Casual needs to be socially based or else it is just ladder without as much incentive. Social features bring the community together and can help newer players build decks, make people feel empathy for one another and helps make casual feel more...casual.