Be patient and don't spend your dust until we know what's viable.
That said if Galakrond decks are viable (and they will be) then Kronx Dragonhoof seems mandatory and an incredibly safe craft.
It's needed at this point. We all know that the wait between expansions is too much to keep the game fresh. I think that's a pretty universal position for everyone so meta shake-ups are very welcome.
Of course, that has to be balanced with if they're expecting to get more money out of the player base. They've been pretty good with that so far with the Wild cards and buffs not coming with any cost attached.
If they're attached to an adventure then they need to make sure that they don't phone it in.
And by your own definition how many opponents are playing 1/1's?
Friendly reminder that the Chinese government is currently involved in state-sponsored organ harvesting of those it deems undesirable.
The whole world should be on the Hong Kong protestors side for liberation from these monsters in complete and utter unity.
Let me make this crystal clear: FUCK YOU BLIZZARD you dirty pieces of shit. Utter scumbags bending over backwards for an authoritarian regime with an absolutely atrocious record on human rights. I hope this costs you a fortune.
This has been Hearthstone for a long time. Basically, any deck that is "fair" will be hopeless in ranked play. Every deck that reaches Tier 1 or 2 has to have some mechanic that lets it do unfair things to be competitive. The game is literally who can pull off their OP plays before the other one can.
It's a strong card but it's not really a staple in any deck. I see it as a strong flex card most of the time. There are many candidates for crafting I'd go for ahead of it if you have an incomplete collection.
As others have said, the fact that Divine/Inner Fire is a thing in every single expansion is a joke at this point. Especially given the cards that have been nerfed/hall of famed instead of it.
Even when the deck is not that competitive it's still a shitty thing to face and a horrible way to lose.
Worst meta in a long while for sure. My opinion of a healthy meta is when you can at least have some fun with interesting decks (Academic Espionage Rogue comes to mind - not an amazing win rate but decent) but this meta is another complete lockout if you're not playing net deck trash that is broken af.
I just don't find enjoyment from net decking the same old tired shit. I want to try new combinations and build something semi-competitive in the process because there are not outright broken shit flooding the meta but the trash balance of this game rears its head once again.
Think I'm done until the next balance patch or expansion, not that I have much faith in either.
This deck punishes slower decks. Absolutely obliterated two Quest Druids. Will need to test some more against some varied matchups to make a final judgement though.
As with all top-heavy Priest decks, this is always vulnerable to hyper aggro although it has some outs as well.
I've made three changes. I took out both penance's and one pain and added Phaoris (yes it's another high-cost card that is a bit hard to justify but he is literally another win condition in a deck with this many big spells and if he doesn't win you the game outright they spend a ton of resources dealing with the board) and Madam Lazul (good early game minion that usually gives you a lot more value than penance with the card you steal from their hand) and finally the quest.
I'm unsure about Lazul. She might be worth watering down the ressurect pool for the early game but I'll have to test some more.
The quest might be a bit win more in this deck, but with the amount of healing (even without penance) it seems like it could push through some more stubborn matchups. It also makes the opponent play around it a bit which can be useful.
I like it. Are you sure that finding a place for the quest isn't worth it though? The healing is there for it. Also, you're running FIVE 9 cost spells. Surely it might be worth playing King Phaoris in such a high-cost spell heavy deck?
I really hope you're just a try-hard troll. Hard to tell these days. If on the off chance you are not, then you are in much deeper trouble. Hopefully you will seek help and break out of this ridiculous delusion.