35 golden cards ( 37 expected - you basically have to subtract 25 cards that were guaranteed to be golden)
So all in all, just a touch below average on what I pulled, but I'm used to that. Hopefully get slightly above average with what I open with packs from gold.
I did get Firemancer Flurgl which was one of the 2 I definitely wanted and I pulled Samuro, which can be turned into whatever legendary I want, so that will likely turn into Kazakus the moment I get in game after launch. :D
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11 legendaries total from 145 packs. Including free Voljin as he counts for achievement. Will get 4 more lgendaries upon launch from those sweet preorders and samuro and mankrik from reward track so that will put me on 17 legendaries. Theres also 2 legendaries rewarded somewhere during reward track. So i will only need 6 legendaries to finish full set. Also have 13k gold.
So I created an event - wouldn't let me schedule right away, instead for about an hour from this post creation, how do I use it to open packs? Do I have to "travel" to the event and log in there (used a known venue as Blizz doesn't have my home address and I don't intend to provide) to be able to open them, or when the event time arrives should I just automatically be able to open no matter physical location?
I didn't want any of those, same goes for the Epics I got (aside from Druid of the Plains), which I what I regret the most, alongside Bru'kan.
But hey, I'm trying to focus on the silver lining, I wouldn't have crafted those legendaries but having them will allow me to experiment without spending any dust, and I got a golden Mankrik that is going to give me 2 free legendaries that I actually wanted once the expansion goes live. Plus getting only legendaries I didn't want in the packs increases the probability of getting a legendary I want among the two golden I'll get for free... Right?.. One can hope!