I believe Warrior is my lowest. Priest and Shaman are close, but I played a decent amount of Evolve Shaman back in KFT and I played some Wall Priest this expac, so I got those two out of the gutter. I don't have any of those three at level 60 yet though, so that shows how much I play them. Mage is definitely down there as well, but I got a few wins on it when I was just starting out, so it isn't bottom.
Rogue is my mid tier class, with around 200 wins I believe, from playing Tempo/Miracle decks, and Druid and Paladin both have a little over 400 from Silver Hand Paladin and Spiteful Druid, then later Even Paladin and Mecha'thun Druid.
Warlock has maybe 550ish, from Zoo, Even, Control, Highlander, a lot of archetypes there. And my Hunter has almost 900 wins, mainly from my F2P days with Toast's old Midrange list, with some Spell Hunter thrwon in for good measure.
Warrior with less than 300 hundred wins Then Hunter, Druid and Rogue between 300 and 400
Priest, Mage, Warlock, Paladin and Shaman are golden.
My problem with warrior is the decks I would love to play are often too expensive and the ones that actually work and I can afford are usually boring after a while (Quest Warrior for example).
Big reason I rarely play mage/warrior is because majority of tactics I can create are pretty stale. Even if it's effective, if its not fun I cant do it.
It depends on how you enjoy playing. I can never get tired to play Mage as Control. I loved Reno Mage and right now I really like Odd/Big Spell Mage. Last expansion was truly amazing for all archetypes for the class, Jan'Alai is easily the best card of Rastakhan in my opinion
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When I started the game, Rogue's basic set felt like the weakest to me, and it didn't even have a single minion. So right from the start I was not interested in even trying it out much. And in my first year of playing, I got almost none of the essentials like Preparation. Blade Flurry, Conceal, SI:7 Agent and Edwin VanCleef, and whenever I tried a deck with the cards I had, it felt extremely weak.
I will admit that I was also intimidated by the higher skill level. I knew that I was doing something wrong (and it's probably harder to learn than most other classes), so I was kind of in a mindset that I would have to do a lot of homework before I could even get started. That didn't help.
Still missing the second Prep to this day. and I assume it will get nerfed/HOFed before I get it. With Cold Blood gone, the class needs a new power tool, which will probably be another epic and legendary combo again that I won't open.
Of course, nowadays I could easily craft any Rogue deck. They are usually not even all that expensive (or at least by comparison). And my collection improved over time, so sometimes I actually play Rogue for a bit. But I had to ignore the class for way too long, so I have zero connection to it and no interest in crafting anything. I guess, even if I happen to get all the cards for a good Rogue deck by chance, I still wouldn't play it very often.
I know it sounds silly, but the weak basic set really killed my interest in the class from day 1. When it feels like you first have to open/craft something good before you can try a class out, it's hard to get into it.
Just never really liked rogue in the early days it was to reliant on legendaries and epics. Priest is my current ladder class so should be better soon , i like the class but the dust cost has been high for quite while ...
There are a few classes that are just fundamentally unfun for me - the Grimy Goons, actually - but between those three, Warrior has had the fewest fun decks. I haven't even hit level 60 with warrior yet, and I hit 60 with the other 8 a year or so ago.