Reminds me a lot of tjis 5/9 ogre, which saw a surprising amount of play. Maybe not too bad after all, even though it screams pack filler.
Which card is that?
So, all of the classes are supposed to get Loas, heroes and spirits that more or less work together or have viable synergy. Except warlock, that in the name of still trying to push discard synergy that never ever worked gets hand buff and discard together, which may be the two most opposite synergy things possible.
Clear lack of direction from Blizzard on how to approach Warlock.
I've played some custom Skyrim maps that basically give new storylines to complete. One tried to replicate Dark Souls in visual aesthetics, and environment. You go into a ship off the coast at the very end of Skyrim's map, and then it takes you to this isolated island which has a small empty town. It's filled with undead dogs, and as you make your way deeper, you find a church that has a huge underground dungeon that you can explore. Was very spooky and did give me some Dark Souls vibe although the combat and stuff was pretty much still Skyrim's.
WTF, what a powercreep! Compare with Silverback Patriarch.
That card is understated though. I think it's one of those cards they made early on in development before they realized how to properly balance cards.
I got a golden Myra's Unstable Element from my third pack. First golden legendary I've ever gotten.
I saw your post from that Facebook group.
When I got the ninth one I was glad the slog was over. Your prize is freedom.
This is absolutely true haha. The prize is the realization that you can finally stop playing Hearthstone.
This was said about Dr. Boom back in the day. And it still carries on to pretty much every card in every expansion. Stop judging them before you play them, because you're most likely going to be wrong.
So because someone was wrong about Dr. Boom everyone is always wrong on every card? That's some stellar logic. You're bound to find a person that survived a carcrash because he didn't wear a seatbelt. Better not use them!
I think the point is that people disregard new cards very easily, even ones that have the potential to be good.