I love it when a plan doesn't come together - as long as it is my opponent's plan to otk me with Mecha'thun.
No. 1 this morning in standard, me playing Control Priest: Druid. Well - as it was no safe spot, I was kinda sure, what he was playing. He's doing all his usual stuff, cycles through his deck, clears the board and so on. Still at full health, I'm facing an opponent with 70 HP and three cards left. He does, what most people seem to be forced to, when they play such bullshit: "Well played" Northshire Cleric and Psychic Scream - Screw you, mate. He's already taking double-digit fatigue damage, as he decides to play his Mecha'Thun and Innervate / Naturalize the Cleric. Twilight Acolyte and Cabal Shadow Priest - Screw you again.
No. 2, also this morning, wild, I'm playing the Steal / Copy Priest by Kovachut: Warlock. It's not even, he's running all the stuff a Reno Lock runs, so lets hope to get his Reno or Mal'Ganis. He draws. And draws. And plays duplicates. Allright, no Reno. Let's entomb his Deathlord. Deathlord comes up and dies. No Mecha'thun, but at least one of his Galvanizers. Too bad, he's got the coin. He's got four cards left, already played the 2nd Galvanizer and has a Loot Hoarder on board - doesn't look that good, so let's see, if N'Zoth can help. Ressurects Deathlord, opponent taps and plays Twisting Nether - just to get a Voidlord on board. Mh. Three damage a turn isn't that hard, so let's heal and wait. He emotes. Plays his combo. Has 3 Voidwalker on board and concedes after I'm playing a stolen Twisting Nether.
Not really interactive or funny games, but the endings were worth the time.
This Inner fire priest kept emoting well played at every play I made and whenever he buffed up a minion and played spellstone he'd emote happy new year...cleared them everytime and he concedes. Love destroying salty emoting players. Happy new year to you too bud! :)
Just had that mythic perfect draw game. Was against maly druid with ele shamy and just had the perfect draw order, he was dead on turn 8 from board or hand with no way out so he conceded. #Feelsgoodman.
Genuinely wish I had it on film as I don't think that will ever happen again
My opponent thought he could be a smartass. After attacking with Tirion Fordring, he cast Shrink Ray and traded all of his treasures into my minions. Unfortunately for him this is what happened a few turns later:
Beautiful game on Wild ladder last night. Priest mirror, Steal (me) vs. Dragon Control. As game went on, I had the feeling, that I could make really good use of his card, because I was lacking tempo. So I decided to coin into topdecked Benedictus on Turn 6 - just to see him play my Benedictus, he discovered the turn before with his Drakonid Operative the next turn. But - I had Entomb in hand. So lets get this guy back. Some turns in later I had drawn his Brann and my / his / my Benedictus for some nice addition to my deck. Of course, opponent held "my" 2nd copy of Entomb in hand. In the end, we had about 150 cards (or even more) in game, playing each others decks, while mostly discovering / stealing stuff. He was going face a bit too much and got killed after I finally found his Alex - but I guess, this was the first time, my opponent emoted "thank you" & "well played" without me thinking of some angry child. ;)
Just beat an Evenlock with my Odd Warrior, by having the perfect RNG sequence:
- I was 14 health left, after he played a bonemare on his hooked reaver. He was 13 health left, and I had 2 crowd roasters on board. Bad condition...
- I had a shield block on hand, so I played it -> I drew Tinkmaster Overspark -> I played Tinkmaster Overspark -> Tinkmaster Overspark turned the hooked reaver into dinosaur -> Crowd Roasters into face, GG WP.
Rode a 7-game winning streak with a fast Even Paladin deck that helped me climb to Rank 5. The previous build always ran out of steam, so I put in some charge minions (Chillblade Champions and Argent Protectors) to help me deliver the killing blows and clear boards if necessary, resulting in a 15-6 win rate. Always a good feeling when your changes result in wins. What's more, I managed to beat three straight Priests to get to Rank 5, which is just soooo satisfying.