I've been playing an interesting Plot Twist-Handbuff-OTK Deck and its a blast to play!
Anyway, Im surprised at how many people are good sports about losing against these kinds of decks. They never concede. They just let me execute my OTK.
It makes me very happy to not see everyone concede when they see they've lost. I believe it might be the excitement of playing against a completely off-meta Deck. I hope they are as happy as I believe they are
You know what? it is always better to lose against some sort of nice control/off-meta combo decks than aggro decks or big priest.
Soooo, I'm playing Huntard, The good kind with Zephrys and Zul'Jin. The balanced one. (<- Irony inside)
Anyway, I'm facing this quest Shaman, Trying to survive as I know I will screw him late. Turn 9 he floods the board, I'm at 9HP and one card in had, uh oh looks grim, when comes the: Greetings, Friend, Oh you want to BM? Let's go. I bring him to rope town.
Here come top deck Zephrys, Flamestrike. Wait the rope... Beng.
He floods again, Here come the top deck Zul'Jin. Here comes Flamestrike again! Oh and as it seems to be my lucky day I get the dogs before the flame strike and Leokk!
Where are your emotes now bruh? I think I heard his keyboards being smashed from here.
Salt adds are a personal favorite of mine, but this one was great.
Playing brawl to fill out my 30 priest cards daily quest. I had just a few cards to go and I had a clear lethal already on the board, so I dropped all the priest cards I could as fast as I could click and clearly it looked like a ridiculous BM, but I got my gold.
Sure enough, I get the salt add. Apparently, he runs things over at Blizzard, because I should expect a ban... since yesterday.
I would have explained that I was going for the daily had he not deleted me from his friends list, but I can't say I was particularly concerned in the first place.
Guess I should go check the salt thread to see if he wants to add me again. He was adorable.
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Rage quitting: the best way to ensure your opponent knows they beat a giant baby.
I lost every wild game today until i pulled my own homebrew C'thun deck out and got this result below, whilest good ol' Cthun Shammy got me back to around 11 rank from 13 in no time. Thanks squirmy friend!
Finally after 5 years of playing this game I got my first 12 win in arena, 12-1. I don't play arena often but I felt proud about this run. I had a pretty mediocre deck, no really crazy synergies and not really any insane cards, just pretty good minion quality and made good use of the cards I had. each game I played very well, made some greedy plays and trades but they payed off very well in the end. I guess because of a lot of new players probably playing arena that it made it a lot easier, but overall was still the best arena run I ever had.
Someone good in math can tell me WHAT ARE THE F*** CHANCES? No way!!!!!
There are 37 murlocs in the game!!!!!!!
The adventure's murloc wing is programmed such that the "free murloc" cards are usually always the single 1/1 (or 1/2 or comparable) for the first few rounds of the match. As the match wears on, the quantity and quality gets higher from the free murloc draws.
So the fact that you got 4 in a row on turn 1 is statistically unusual, yes. But the fact that they're all the same murloc is a near-guarantee.