Was feeling good earlier after winning 4 games in a row with Rush Warrior; however, it wasn't until I checked quest progress and found my "win 5 ranked games for the week" wasn't complete - only then did I realize I was playing on Casual without realizing.
I'm aware there should've been multiple signals to tip me off such as the lack of star rewards after each match or my rank changing but you'd be amazed at how those things slip your mind when you're trying to balance playing a match and feeding a newborn at the same time. Best thing I can do is laugh it off...its not the first time I've done something this air-headed and it won't be the last.
Making a Warlock rage quitting by burning his card with Tickatus as a Rogue, on a Plagiarize created by Hanar. Damn that feels good. So is it fun to have your deck burned then have two 6/6 taunt and a 8/8 in one turn? How do you like that now?
As old warlock player, playing Tickatus does not give me satisfaction. In old times you needed more complicated plan to destroy opponent's deck. And i had great satisfaction, when my outdated Void Contract - Archivist Elysiana warlock, destroyed Tickatus netdecker.
Actually pretty happy, last time I had 11 wins I managed to bump into an evenlock who played mojomaster zihi, of all things, and fucked me over completely since I played maly druid. I want to kindly thank the pirate valeera rogue that didn't use evasion as his secret, I was so certain it had to be that, I hesitated so much I almost didn't make it before the rope had stopped burning. Love me some mozaki mage, the deck is an absolute blast.
I had a ridiculous lethal the other day. I was playing Aggro Pally vs Secret Pally, I was at 2 life and I knew they had Alex in hand so I had to win that turn. They had 2 secrets which I was pretty sure were Noble Sac and OMY. I had a 1/3 Egg, two bigger minions, and a 3 attack weapon, plus Conviction and BOK in hand on 9 mana, 5 cards in hand total. They had 15 or so life, can't recall exactly, but I had lethal if I landed a buff on one of my big guys, hit with both of them, and connected with my weapon.
So I attack with the Egg first. "GET DOWN!" Okay cool, I was right about Noble Sac, now let's proc OMY with Conviction and hope not to get messed up too bad. Unfortunately OMY cast Shadow Council and transformed my hand into random demons and now my BOK is gone so I can't buff my dude, plan ruined. I was tilted staring at my hand of random pack filler that I didn't even recognize, thinking Yogg had stolen another one from me. I had already squelched the opponent but their portrait was lighting up so I'm fairly sure they were emoting, I can't even blame them at this point. However, the two cards on left and right side of my hand were glowing yellow, so I read them, having initially thought they were just some random Arena chaff. They were actually Gan'arg Glaivesmiths, both outcast, which gave me +6 attack and lethal. I was so excited to win I didn't even think to be toxic and emote spam before swinging for lethal.
It's always somewhat endearing when standard players decide to use their decks in wild. They can definitely climb and win games, especially at lower ranks and with the right matchups...but not today. First aggro hunter who for some reason ran the secret package without snipe or pressure plate, broke both of my ice blocks then I drew mozaki and it was game over. Second one was a control warlock who had an absurdly nutty draw and managed to drop tickatus on 8, only to be killed by my shadowreaper on 9, also thanks to a 2 mana spawn of shadows. That was really dirty, bet the lad was really proud of his tickatus.
I think I found a crazy bug. So, I was playing as DH against a Rogue. I had 3 life points and he had Dirty Tricks secret on board, so I quickly played my cards and a spell at the end, and attacked his face, but then he activated the secret and drew Olgra, Mankrik's Wife, so I got 0 life and I recovered again with the attack and won the game. WTF?
To the guy who said that Imperials are going after me, and I didn't know who they was even though my nickname is GrayFox, my name is from MGS not the game or whatever you were refering, but you just removed me after your last word so I wasn't able to explain.
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"Minion to minion the basic of all combats, only a fool trusts his win to an OTK"
One of the more menial quests is using your hero power 50 times, and I usually refresh it for something else, but lately they have been giving me too many BG quests so I decided to slog through it.
Odd Demon Hunter was the obvious choice so I queued up and was pleasantly surprised how well it was doing today since my last outing with it was terrible. Granted I was in casual, but still. Two things brought me the most joy today.
1) Casual allowed me the ability to side step those pesky Mages and Priests without penalty of dropping rank, AND allowing for good games against other minion based decks.
2) At the end of the quest, I took my gold, bought some packs and was rewarded with a Golden Legendary of no consequence, but will provide the needed dust for one that does matter.
As Ice Cube said in the song, "Today was a good day."
P.S. - Did I mention how much happier I've been since opting to no longer contribute to the Blizzard cash cow? So much extra money for me to buy power tools for my work shop now. Blizzard messed up by not fixing the Collection Achievement. I'm only one person, but I've spent thousands on this game. Their loss is my gain.
Just logged into the game for the first time in like three-four weeks, because I couldn't stand the meta anymore. I ordered the small golden and Thralls bundle, afterwards I completed his adventure (was a little to easy for my liking, but nice to play through)
The packs however were more than rewarding for such a small amount, the hunter legendary came as the freebie: