Hobbs was always nice to watch with his Special Cho Decks, having Fun with a good Cho Show.
I like him, not another streamer grinding with copy pasta Decks
For Shitrena and Fungrounds
Against most hated classes:
1. Hunter (Non Interactive, only going face)
2. Priest (Non interactive, only canceling your plays until fatique)
I always rope and doing household stuff or writing whats app messages, or queuing some youtube videos/netflix movies
Beating this shit priests with highlander mage. U have to understand how to win it. Don't hit this face, don't let him heal to complete quest. Just get board, and kill him with alex burst
Yeah so I also won a lot of times against Quest Priest.
But gameplay wise it is ridiculous and not fun.
Takes so long until Games end and interactivity is low. Thats the Problem of this deck
For me I also dislike, i am casual only big whale Player with meme Decks.
And the amount of face hunters ruin the fun to play weak fun Decks.
Conceding 4 times in a row wastes 10 Minutes of my freetime
True, i stopped watching Kripp and alot of others who went variety or just nonsense.
People i watch now are Roffle (Sick decks, great personality and smart asf), MarkMcKz (OTK king) and ChristianHearthstone (toxic asf)
A unique tempo DH deck with 23 upvotes doesn’t get on this list but an unoriginal tempo DH deck with 1 upvote makes the cut... smh
Yeah, settle down, and stop believing urban dictionary posts.
Meta is not an acronym. Meta means "of itself"
As in "meta tags", the tags hidden in a website
Or, "meta analysis" an analysis of a product or company itself...
The Hearthstone "meta" is the performance of the game itself. It's a Greek word that has been used for much longer than any of the English words that could be in an acronym.
So amazing and cool! After all these years, faithfully playing his style of Hearthstone, always using Lorewalker Choin every deck, Hobbs made it to Legendary.
Way to go Hobbs!
Druid: while you are un turn 3 they are in turn 8=fun
DH:Not even turn 5 n you are nearly dead
Warrior: one single card cleans all your field and provides them 20+ armor
Hunter: face face face face
Priest: concede to avoid 40 minutes games
Rogue: 0 mana cards + RNG
After playing this game for over 5 years I finally hit legend. I have only REALLY (meaning as in full tryhard mode) tried hitting legend twice. The time before this was back in Boomsday or Rastakhan using Mechathun lock but I only got to rank 3 five stars with it. So that was my highest rank for ages until this month where I hit diamond 2, then 1 and now legend. At the start I used a deck tracker but then when I started to play more on my phone (which is a screenshot from my phone also) so no deck trackers. I have the mobile deck tracker version but I just didn't like to use.
The best part about all of this is that I did it with a control deck. I always wanted to hit legend with control as it's the archetype I enjoy the most. I used Galakrond Priest no resurrect stuff or Elysiana which some decks run. Whats kind of interesting that I didn't think I could do it at all. Had to craft like 3 or 4 legendaries to make the deck and was sure it would go as it always had gone. I have tried aggro a couple times but even tho you get more games in I couldn't do it with them. The best run I have had with an aggro deck was with token druid at the end of last year where I went from rank 15 all the way to almost rank 4 with no losses but then I hit a brick wall due to the more skilled players and better deck quality.
If the Mage who I faced as my final boss sees this I gotta say thank you for the most epic final boss battle I have ever played. I legit wish I had recorded that game it was insane.
Maybe now my ladder saltiness will go away and I can play without getting tilted as I don't have the focus on getting to legend anymore. I always wanted to do it only once and then never do it again. It was annoying how even when I didn't aim for legend I still had the legend thought at the back of my mind. Now I can do what I enjoy the most and that is playing memeish decks and arena.
Thank you for the kind words friends!
So what? Long games is where the true deckbuilding strategy shines, value generation,fetching for resources, mirror matches for the complete experience. I'd rather play 2 of those games than 10 tasteless 3 minute ones.
If you complain about long games, go play blackjack.
"Q: Why are there two matchmaking pools?
A: Since each player starts at the bottom of the ladder at start, we want fair matches for everyone (aka. win-rate close to 50%)."
First, nice work on trying to prove your point but the game developers are on record saying they want a win-rate close to 50% for everyone. They didn't elaborate on what that means (perhaps they will at some point in the future) but it's quite an odd statement.
Can you remember the last time you didn’t play a deck that either wasn’t in the top 5 on HSreplay or being played by Thijs that day? I’ve played plenty of games today and except 1 shaman deck I could tell you the deck list of every single one after they played the first card. Even played a few games in casual hoping to see some clever decks but all net decks.
I don’t know how blizz could encourage deck building again but they could make it so you never play the same class more than say twice in 10 games, even if it’s in casual. I understand that there are top tier decks and people who play those decks because they’re competitive, but there should be more options for people who want to play interesting games rather that the same priest, rogue and hunter decks that just play out the same way every single game.