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    posted a message on Im a new player and i was wondering if anyone has any improvements to my taunt mission warrior?
    Quote from TenzkillTV >>

    Thank you, i'll make sure i look for some replacements for the bad cards.
    Any ideas for a replacement for Tar LordTrogg Gloomeater & Ornery Direhorn?
    All of these havce helped me alot, but im gussing there are better alternatives out there that are better?

     Those cards aren't so bad.  In looking at your collection These cards can be added for the other bad cards. 

    + Shield Block

    + Phantom Militia

    + Tar Creeper

    + Hungry Ettin

     

    You should also have 2 x Brawl available for any Warrior Deck.  And Shield Slam.  These are in the Classic Set.  

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?
    Quote from Morkimus >>
    Quote from ADXE >>
    Quote from Morkimus >>

     I don't get it.  You're hoping to get some money back from the Wild cards?  Or you're saving them because you think they have monetary value?  Or is it that you don't get anything for disenchanting them?  

     I believe dusting Wild cards is burning money (or resources) away. Even if you don't use them, you are getting only half the cards' worth or less.

    Most people I've seen who've done also either say they absolutely regret it or they've done recently (and thus, so far, no regrets).

    I think it's not a stretch to say that many Standard players eventually leap into Wild, even if temporarily. This year, Standard stayed largely the same. Keeping Wild cards works as a staleness insurance for Years of the Raven :P

     I look at it completely differently.  Every year we get to clean out the old trash cards to make way for the new Standard Rotation.  I'm not keeping any Wild cards (except a select few) because I'm gearing up for new cards, and I want to have them as soon as they are released.  I'm saving money by not wasting time waiting to obtain cards that I want right now.  I have the dust now to create them and I will be playing them on Release.  And every so often I will go through my collection and clear out cards if I need to (If I run out of dust).  

    I find it hard to believe that anybody here playing Wild has all of the new cards as soon as they're released.  And they will probably spend very little on any new expansion and only craft a few cards they find in a Netdeck after a few weeks.  

    Anyone who plays Standard competitively will be dusting a huge amount of cards to get ready for the Year of the Dragon (or they're filthy Rich and never dust any cards).  

     

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    posted a message on Experience climbing from Rank 5 to Legend
    Quote from user-100009303 >>
    Quote from NightCrawl3r >>

    With a 60% wr, you'll hit legend from R5 in 90 games on average.  That equates to about 3 games per day each month.  That's not "grinding", that's called doing your daily quests..

     Yeah, on The other Hand IT took 60 games to rank 1 and now 40games later i still have 60% winrate after 100 games but just dropped back at rank 2 4 stars. I start to Be full of this shit.

     I've been here before.  What I realized it's 1-2 cards that will give your deck that extra 5-10% push. 

    Hopefully you're using a deck tracker.  You have to look at the deck tracker and count the games against opponents and look at who you're losing to.  And who you're winning against.  

    Then decide what you can add to win those games you lose.  And not detract from your winning games.  

    Example.  I play Even lock and I took out 1 Defile .  Because I don't struggle against wide boards.  I added Plated Beetle.  I can't decide on a better 2 drop atm.  

    I don't even play Lich King .  I play 2 x  Siphon Soul and 2 x Dread Infernal

    1 x Bonemare .  These are all choices you have to make.  My Winrate is 71% at Rank 5.  

     I also play 2 x Acidic Swamp Ooze .  It just seems to guarantee that my opponent doesn't have a good weapon ever.  

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    posted a message on There is countdown to reveal of next 10 card
    Quote from darkhunter94 >>

    Hmm, I'm not certain the rope is actually related to the timing of card reveals. I've been looking at it for over an hour and it is still stopping at the exact same place.

     Haha.  There's 3 of the same animation on the site.  It's not relevant.  But cheers to your dedication. 

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    posted a message on There is countdown to reveal of next 10 card

    Wow this thread has it all.  

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    posted a message on (GOODBYE MAMMOTH) ITT: Which class will be the most gutted by the Yearly Rotation?

    Rexxar is leaving.  Rejoice.  

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    posted a message on Is it worth it to buy Karazhan as a mostly Standard ladder player?

    Wait till April.  They are bringing out new content sure to not disappoint.  

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?
    Quote from Morkimus >>

     I don't get it.  You're hoping to get some money back from the Wild cards?  Or you're saving them because you think they have monetary value?  Or is it that you don't get anything for disenchanting them?  

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?
    Quote from Pit93 >>
    Quote from ADXE >>

     Hmm.  Jade Druid.  Such a fun and interactive opponent. 

    Ooooh,  Aviana Druid.  More excitement.  

    Reno Jackson.  

    Another Quest Rogue, Quest Mage, Quest Warrior.... 

    Odd Mage, Odd Paladin, Even Warlock, Even Paladin. 

    Does anyone remember Trogg into Totem Golem?  

     

    Sure it's diverse.  I'm not arguing against that.  I'm just glad that I don't ever have to play against any of these decks again.  

    Thank you for creating the Standard Rotation.   

     Actually yes, that Jade Druid match I had today was pretty fun and interactive. A lot of Wild decks are absolutely able to go toe to toe with Jade Druid. You have to play smart but it's far from being dull. Sure, luck is always a factor, but that's an inherent component of almost every card game. :)

    But I haven't faced a single Quest Rogue, Quest Mage, Quest Warrior, Odd Mage, Even Paladin, Even Warlock or Overload Shaman in any of my 26 ranked matches today. They're not that common all the time and even if they are, you have those nice disruptor cards like Dirty Rat and Deathlord. Man that felt good when I pulled that Velen from that priest today and entombed it immediately. Insta-concede. XD

    I mean, you're complaining about decks that you apparently hate facing off against because of your experiences with them in Standard. Maybe if you wouldn't face them all the time, like you do in Standard, and had a bigger range of possible decks your opponent might play, then maybe you wouldn't be as negative about them. I mean, I do face those decks, sometimes more often, sometimes not at all, but I can't really say that I hate anyone of them because I just don't see them regularly enough for them to become annoying. :/

    I think the only deck I have an inherent aversion against is Mill Rogue. Hated that one since my HS-childhood. XD

    But I am also grateful for the Standard Rotation although for a different reason. Because it regularly gives me free dust for cards that I'm still gonna use or it gives me the chance to craft cards for free that I didn't get from packs. XD

     What level do you play at though Pit?  Because it sounds like you're in the 20-15 somewhere and you're facing the people who have nothing better to do and don't want to lose rank so they play their old favorite deck in Wild.  

    I do that sometimes, and I play Mech rogue.  About the only deck in Wild I kept cards for.  I'm guessing in Wild as you get closer to Rank 1 you see more of the same boring decks that plagued the meta from times past.  

    Tell me I'm wrong.   

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?
    Quote from Pit93 >>
    Quote from ADXE >>

     How long is it going to be fun to face Reno Jackson?  Or Mill Rogue.  When you lose do you feel like it was a fun game?  No, because the cards are broken.  In Standard the cards are rotated out to make the game more interesting and competitive.   In Wild, nope.  Same decks every single week, month, year, eternity.   

    How long is it going to be fun? Not long. That's why I abandoned Standard and went to Wild, where Reno is way less prevalent than he ever was during his time in Standard and now I don't mind him at all. Standard has "broken" cards as well, the difference is that there's less of them which makes them appear way more often than in Wild and the few that are there are a lot more polarizing. Again, diversity.

    Same decks every single week, month, year eternity? Complete and utter nonsense.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, Anyfin Can Happen, that broooooken card is so OP, I can't even remember when I last played against it. Man it's so oppressive. And for good measure I'll also add a "LOL". Apparently that's an indicator for a good argument.

    You really only seem to remember those cards from Standard...

     Hmm.  Jade Druid.  Such a fun and interactive opponent. 

    Ooooh,  Aviana Druid.  More excitement.  

    Reno Jackson.  

    Another Quest Rogue, Quest Mage, Quest Warrior.... 

    Odd Mage, Odd Paladin, Even Warlock, Even Paladin. 

    Does anyone remember Trogg into Totem Golem?  

     

    Sure it's diverse.  I'm not arguing against that.  I'm just glad that I don't ever have to play against any of these decks again.  

    Thank you for creating the Standard Rotation.   

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?
    Quote from FredZed >>

    Standard players complaining about Kazakus and Reno Jackson and Mill while MechaThun decks are played in Standard format

    Oh boy, people are narrow-minded

     How long is it going to be fun to face Reno Jackson?  Or Mill Rogue.  When you lose do you feel like it was a fun game?  No, because the cards are broken.  In Standard the cards are rotated out to make the game more interesting and competitive.   In Wild, nope.  Same decks every single week, month, year, eternity.  

    Sure you may have fun playing Wild, and I still have some Legendary cards that I think are fun to play.  But I'll never resort to playing wild in Hearthstone simply because I've played the game for years.   I know how broken some of the cards are.  I never want to see Reno Jackson played again.  I never want to face a DK Hero again.  I never want to see Barnes on turn 3, or any of the Old Gods.   Call it what you will.  

     Oh I forgot to mention that Broken Murloc card, Anyfin Can Happen.  LOL.  

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    posted a message on What happened to the "Discuss!" buttons?

    Did you also notice that there is a new person creating these threads?  It's because the other Admins have moved on to another website.  

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?
    Quote from Pit93 >>
    Quote from TardisGreen >>

    Odd Paladin will rotate out of Standard.  Its in Wild forever.  Like Big Priest.  And Jade Druid.  And basically every deck that people hated.

     Sure, but at least there's some diversity. Today I've played Wild ladder for about 3-4 hours. Out of 26 matches I faced 3 Odd Paladins, 1 Jade Druid and about 5 Big Priests, which is pretty ok in my opinion. Among those I only lost to 2 of the Big Priests. All the other deck were mostly pretty diverse.

     And you we're playing Reno Jackson I'm guessing.  

    Are you looking forward to the DK Meta?  I'm looking forward to the Non-DK Non-Odd/Even Meta, which will only be happening in Standard. 

     

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    posted a message on Which cards should I disenchant?

    There is a guide on the site or you can Google it.  

    Wait till April.

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    posted a message on Should I disenchant wild cards?

    Do you want a bunch of dust to spend on new standard cards?  

    I do.  That's why I dust most of the wild cards.  I may keep a couple.  

    I know I'll never play Wild.  Plus I get to enjoy all of the new cards on day 1.  Which is what I really want.  And still have money in my pocket.  Wild is for people who don't like standard.  

    Cards are even more broken and you will face decks that steamroll you quite often.  

    Mill Rogue, Big Priest,  Reno Jackson. 

    Yep all wild.

    Kazakus, totem golem, ice lance. 

    All the cards rotating in April.  

    Have fun playing Wild.

     

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