Battletag: BSDAVE#1716 Region: NA Trade Only?: Yes, you go first.
Went through this for the last few months and was told it was fixed. Seems to still be 50/50 about what it saves and doesn't. I add a bunch of cards to my collection and I go back 10 minutes later and it still says I have 1 of the card when I just changed it to 2. At this point I'm sure the numbers on my whole collection are inaccurate so I'm not gonna bother fixing it or adding anymore cards. Just thought the admins should know and want to see if I'm alone on this problem.
I keep manually updating my collection and it randomly isn't saving some cards. Pretty sure at this point my collection info on here is completely wrong.
Usual Play Times: It varies as I work strange hours, but through the week it can be between 9am to 5am depending when i'm free, weekends I don't play so much. GMT+0
Level of Experience: I'd like to think i'm at an intermediate level, but I don't have many legendries and i'm always looking to learn new things.
Preferred Heroes: I like paladin and priest, getting into playing rogue a lot now though.
I’m Looking For: mainly just friends to play hearthstone with, but if I can learn new things and become better along the way then awesome
Tell us something about you: I work in a nightclub so i'm usually asleep through the day, Love hearthstone though, played it casually since it came out but recently started to get a bit more competitive with it.
I hardly think this is an issue. Casual wasn't fun for anyone who was just starting out. Even though the casual title makes it seem like it would be great for beginners it still just stinks for their overall experience. Players seem to use it for testing out strong decks that they're not sure will actually work in Ranked. So basically they're too scared to actually test it in Ranked so they test it against weak ass decks in casual. I just went into casual to do the Paladin 30 card quest which only took two games and I actually encountered a guy playing with a deck with Ragnaros and a few other completely overpowered cards. I'm supposed to be worried about ruining his overall gameplay experience? Not really worried about that.
While I understand your point, I think you're overreacting a bit. Currently the game does not do much to welcome new players who wont spend a ton of money or want to grind for months to catch up to where veteran players are. These quests would be easy if people in casual understood what their opponent was doing and helped it along. The faster these quests get met the faster the newer players will gain gold and better decks to compete on the level they really want to compete. Nobody who is new wants to just spam quests all day long. They do it to gain gold for packs and adventures so they can become part of the community. That's exactly where I am now. Went into casual today to do the Druid quest and finished it in a couple of games while trying to win with the crappiest deck possible. In some way it was more fun than getting destroyed in casual by veterans testing their legendary decks on my noob deck. It is definitely a step in the right direction. Eventually it will even out a bit and we will all be happy with the outcome. Give it time.
Quote from Serpa_on_HStone >> Honestly makes me consider writing a small beginning guide to getting established on Hearthstone. Would help a lot of players save money, enjoy the game more, widen the player base because more would stay due to less costs, and finally expand the meta game which is always pissing me off due to lack of decks being played. Maybe i'll post one on Hearthpwn when i have time. Thanks BSDAVE for the inspiration ;)
In my opinion. Unless you plan on being just a......"dear google what decks are good" player, then i'd keep anything you have that you don't have doubles of. I've been playing since release and my only advise to newer players is to arena as much as humanly possible in the beginning. DONT WASTE MONEY ON PACKS. The money you spend on packs (with perhaps the exception of the welcome pack) could be spent on arena....where you get a pack....plus gold to reenter the arena. I have countless countless gold legends from just disenchanting cards i got from arena rewards. Its painful at first because there is a learning curve to arena, but do it right and i've played for free for over a year now, plus have pretty much every card in the game.