I think they'll be forced to nerf Rogue if that turns out to be the only viable deck in the first week of the Grandmasters competition. My guess is that they won't touch other classes until they've seen how the meta changes around a weaker Rogue.
Question about the rules: which patches do you count? For example, there was a patch for the Heist release that also fixed several issues.
Dr boom should read, next turn your minions have rush that's all, not for the entire game.
Also raiding party, a 3 mana draw 3 specific cards is pretty OP. Look at arcane intellect from Mage, 3 mana draw 2. Maybe bump it to 4 so with prep it still has a cost. Or sprint.. draw 4 cards for 7.. 3 for 3, 7 for 4?!
Maybe hall of fame prep, malygos and leeroy in the future. But to keep OTK decks alive this is not likely.
As for any wild cards.. eh.. nothing should be nerfed, if anything unnerf the cards once they get to wild hehe lol
So it means I shouldn't take a future nerf into consideration when building decks just yet? I wanna craft some stuff but worry the archetype will just get nerfed. Guess I thought its gonna be a little sooner
Way too sloppy of a description. Minions toughness? Target minion or random minion? This is why blizzard keeps it simple as much as they can. They don't want a complicated game.
Or, to approach the criticism in a constructive way, we could just help him re-word his change:
Spend Armor equal to target minion's Health. Deal that much damage to the minion.
Worded this way, it's still blocked by Divine Shield, but one side effect is that you can't cast it on something that has more Health than your Armor. That's probably OK, since Shield Slam is rarely cast on a minion unless you are trying to kill it completely.
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Complaining about RNG in Hearthstone won't convince anyone that it's a bad thing -- it only makes them think you're too dimwitted to find a game that suits you better.
Just statistically likely, but nothing more than that.
What, in your opinion, does it take before a nerf is warranted?
Was the Undertaker nerf warranted? Because the state of the game now is even more unbalanced than it was when that happened. (Now we have over 33 percent Rogues, versus 25 percent Hunters during the first month of GvG.)