I understand what you are saying about this idea not being profitable. Yes, it is not at all profitable for blizzard to do this. But that really wouldn't be the point of the format. This idea would be an excellent way to get new players into the game. Those shitty 4 commons you just opened from that bad pack? All playable now. I want to get every common in the next expansion to build my next deck for this format? I am getting that pre-order just to get those commons. Only recently did games like Magic: The Gathering actually start hosting pauper tournaments and pro tournaments. Until then it was just something you played online or at your local game store Pauper Tourney. The idea of this is not to profit, but provide something to Hearthstone that would make it a more fun and exciting game to play. Something newer players wouldn't be afraid of trying. Its a idea that wouldn't require the idea "I gotta buy that next pack to pop my next legendary so I can ladder with this currently OP Meta deck. It would be something...subtle. Flavorful. A much more sweeter taste in hearthstone's mouth. To be honest Pauper in magic isnt profitable either, but Magic approved it as a official format. Maybe hearthstone just needs to age a bit more before an idea like this is more maintainable.
In Magic: The Gathering there is a format called Pauper. Which is building decks with all common rarity cards. I wanted to discuss the idea of making a Hearthstone variant of this kind of deck building. I already looked through the collection, it looks like most of the format would consist of aggro or tempo decks. Token Druid would be a thing, Face/ Secret Hunter could easily be a thing. Tempo mage would be a thing, Aggro Paladin would be a thing, Zoolock would be strong. The only classes I see suffering in this kind of format would be Rogue and Warrior. But it seems like a fun idea because it would allow you to play hearthstone in a way that is new and refreshing and wouldn't just be the broken daily grind. And I think this would be especially fun for wild players, but I think it would remain fun, healthy and interesting as standard developes as well. What do you guys think?