Hey, I like your deck, gave it a try and made following changes:
-2x Mana Addict
+2x Magic Dart Frog
Frog is a very good card with so many cheap spells and helps to contest the board better imo.
-2x Cosmic Anomaly
It's kinda slow and not enough spells to benefit from spell damage.
Fits perfectly and draw is lacking.
Staple in tempo mage, with so many spells can solo win games.
Since I love tempo mage, and don't really fancy all that much new giants versions, I've been tinkering with this archetype since RoS came out.
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I included all good tempo spells from 0 to 3 mana and 10 minions that can be devastating when cost only 1 mana, especially Archmage Antonidas and Malygos, but all of them can produce terryfying combos, what do you think?
I'd add Antonidas and Elemental Evo x2, as mentioned before. Fireballs should be cut as they cost too much mana, not sure what else. Other than that it looks good for me, but warrior being popular and super hard match up for this kind of deck may hold it back.
I was with the site more or less from the beginning, never ceased visiting it even though I stopped playing HS, if fact I spent more time here reading news, forum and browsing decks then playing HS - that's really sad news, thank you for all your work.
When Davos said Gray Worm "go to Reach and start your own house" was he mocking him, or just ignorant?; he seemed very serious about that. The comedic bits seem to be the best part of last episode.
This season was such a huge letdown, it's a waste of time to even criticise it. The only thing I liked was ep 3 for it's atmosphere and action (not saying it made a lot of sense!) and Clagenebrawl obviously.
Hey, here's my fav hero from Warcraft 3 made into a legendary card - Goblin Alchemist:
The things we do for love...the sheer stupidity of Jon and Jaime really bothered me. Jon doesn't know his queen for too long, but I really thought Jaime will come to his senses eventually...Well, Jon still has his chance at least.
That massive nerf to those balistas - that was 2nd in terms of stupidity.
The only really good thing was the mountain vs the hound, been waiting for that like nothing else. Hound being my fav character - was painful to see him end in fire...
Does anyone know why NK was attacking? Just for sheer carnage or there's something more to it? And why he was so fixated on Bran? He wanted to just kill him (?), if so - what for? He didn't seem to do anything at all, except for sort of scouting?
I enjoyed the episode, but a lot of criticism I read is quite fair.
I wanted to add one thing:
I think they went the wrong way to end the show - it would (probably) feel more satisfying and appropriate for this episode to be the last one, with Cersei defeat first. Jon and Dany would decide to meet NK in Winterfell in order not to let him slaughter 2/3 of Westeros before arriving in King's Landing with an enormous force. That could also mean more meaningful and emotional moments during that battle. Thing is - from the start it's implied NK is the greatest villian, it kinda looks now like it's Cersei.
Hey, I crafted this list, would love to hear some feedback on it, thanks in advance!
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I tried to make it not to greedy, with some solid first round options, 6x aoe against token decks and Harrison vs rogues and warriors. Khadgar package consists of 5 cards, whereas dragons are in the number of 6 (including 2 probably best ones Alex and Kalecgos) with witchdoctors.
What do you guys think?
[sorry for necro, but it seems a quite relevant thread atm]
Hey, can someone do some quick mats and make a breakdown how profitable it will be to craft now golden version to-be-hall-of-famed cards in all raraties and both if you have them and don't, thanks in advance!