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Mar 15, 2018Aeris posted a message on Would u play hearthstone for a million dollar if u win ?Posted in: General Discussion
Mar 13, 2018Posted in: The Arena
Hooray, Blizzard finally managed to ruin the last game mode that actually was fun to play.
It is just so tilting. First day of playing the new arena, third or fourth run. Drafted a deck that would be considered average in the old days, going home 0-3. My last 0-3 was exactly 614 runs ago.
Losing to noobs doing obvious misplays, but who needs to play smart if you have 7 boardclears, 3 Ayas or decks that absolutely could compete in constructed. Guess winning with worse decks against worse players with better decks is just a memory now.
Might be time to quit Hearthstone, once and for all
Feb 24, 2018Posted in: Standard Format
People will like anything if it brings new stuff.
I do not agree, I absolutely dislike the direction this game is taking. Last year, pretty much every deck consisted of several must-have-or-play-other-deck-cards. And decks revolving around strategies that are so powerful that you cannot do anything to counter it, you basically rely on getting your own OP strategy executed before your opponent does.
Razakus. Cubelock. Big Spell Priest. Jade Druid.
And they call it "control decks". No. These are actually combo decks, and classic control where you aim to outlast your opponent by constantly denying their tempo have completely disappeared. Why? Because they have absolutely no chance to compete with a deck that does not need any board (Razakus), permanently cheats out big shit and revives it (Cubelock and Big Spell Priest), or has literally infinite resources (Jade).
YotM has not only made archetypes disappear, it basically eradicated the whole control stlye. All we have is combo and aggro.
Jan 23, 2018Posted in: General Discussion
What a load of salt. Check the actual win rates for the deck in stats..categorically hovers at a similar percentage to many other decks and if you're encountering lots, play against it.. so much moaning. If you don't like it, don't play Raza..if you're struggling against it, adapt..get good.Quest rogue when was nerfed was a tier 3. It was a deck destroyed by every aggro. Razakus is in the line between tier 2/1. Many people like priest and ok. But this deck is very very frustrating. I play hearthstone since the meta, I don't remember a deck so frustrating.I personally find cubelocks more frustrating.
Dec 28, 2017Posted in: General Discussion
There are two possible methods:
1. Limit players to one ranked game every X minutes (15?). You can still play casual while you're waiting, and the game will notify you (a la when your friends open a Legendary) when you can queue into Ranked again.
2. The scoring system is completely revamped so that winning gives/takes you stars as follows:
* Win: +1 for each turn (or fraction thereof) your opponent took
* Draw: no change
* Loss: -1 for each turn (or fraction thereof) you took
Nothing else will work without making aggro non-viable, which isn't what we want. We just want both slow and fast decks to reward you appropriately PER UNIT TIME.Both are horrible. Anything trying to regulate the game externally, meaning not through cards that directly impact the game, screw the whole game design and balance. People just need to understand that aggro is a perfectly legitimate playstyle.Hate it so much? Tech better against it or play anti-aggro decks.
Dec 28, 2017Posted in: General Discussion
I doubt that happened the way you think it did... Else, recreate the situation and post a video.
The silenced Sylv won't trigger when eaten by the cube.
However, the two resummoned Sylvanas will have their deathrattle, since they are freshly summoned and thus not silenced. Maybe this is what causes the confusion?
Edit: Another idea, which is more likely:
your opponent had Spiritsinger Umbra on board. Then, the cube eats the silenced Sylvanas.
What happens is this:
The original Sylvanas dies, nothing triggers, as it is silenced.
The cube gains deathrattle: Summon 2 Sylvanas and comes into play.
Umbra triggers the cube's deathrattle, which summons 2 Sylvanas.
Umbra triggers the new Sylvana's deathrattle, which steals your minion.
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