I ran into bomb warrior and thief rouge all night. Hope people start to experiment more in the coming days.
Its not even about balance. I just want variety and different / silly deck ideas.
Edit: If you had a different experience then great. My experience was vs majority bomb warrior. Im not telling peoole stop having fun grrr. Im saying i hope people branch out more. I had the same opiniom in the last 2 weeks when everyone was playing the exact same thief rouge and hunter decks
Heres 2 stupid decks for you to try and mix it up.
Deck filled with mostly giant minions. Betrug + plot twist owns the bored, plot twist + elek fills deck. I use hakkar in the deck too then rafaam it away. Scheme turn 5 into darkest our is hilarious. Even turn 9 summon several strong minions is strong. I wont post my deck as its likely terrible but give it a try.
I face a lot of decks that are neither those two. You are exaggerating, calm down.
Mech hunter, spell damage hunter, small spell mage, Nomi rogue etc.
Im not exagerating because I never saw any mages, druids or shamans, i saw 2 silence priest, a secret paladin and one nomi rouge that i know off. Seen few spell damage hunters by end of the night but its was majority bomb warrior for me.
Play it if you want, im just bored of it already. Need variety in my games. Might do some arena
Ok, do not treat this OP like the moron who says Wrenchcalibur is imbalanced.
He said he was tired of playing the same deck many times. I've only seen it about six times myself, which given how many streamers have showcased it today (and the fact that I played a ridiculous amount of games today), is not that often, but maybe it was different for him.
I think that when people get used to putting double weapon destruction and Rafaam or Archivist Ellie into . . . well everything . . . the problem will die down.
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