Wow, I won a season AGAIN? Thanks everyone who voted for me! That's a great way to end it. I'm not ashamed at all to have won with such a card lel.
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Jun 13, 2019Posted in: Fan Creations
Jun 12, 2019Posted in: Fan Creations
So, uh, now that mods got evicted, who is going to make the poll results visible?
Jun 10, 2019Posted in: Fan Creations
Oh shit, I missed that part. Way to end my "career" on my first ever DQ.
I voted for Hephaestus. It's interesting gameplay-wise and has good flavor (though I'd have preferred if it were WoW-related).
Jun 9, 2019Posted in: General Discussion
Control Warrior vs. Conjurer Mage.
Volontarily lets Catrina and Astromancer alive so that she brings Acolyte again, mills him for 2 again, lol.
Jun 7, 2019Posted in: Fan CreationsThat said it's weird to weigh winning a big comp the same as winning a mini comp. Maybe we should make a point system? We could also attribute points for making it to the finals
If you want a point system, here's a rough idea I just made.
Position Points Finalist 10 Third 20 Second 30 Winner 50
Position Points Winner 10
Position Points Finalist 20 Third 50 Second 70 Winner 100
Position Points Semi-Finalist 50 Finalist 150 Winner 300
Position Points Third 150 Second 300 Winner 500
Point values can be adjusted.
Since all your numbers are multiples of 10 you may as well get rid of a zero. Let's not have overly big numbers.
Here's what I imagine.
Regular Competitions & Side competitions (no reasons to evaluate them differently imo)
Position Points Finalist 1 Winner 5
Position Points Winner 2
Position Points Semi-Finalist 10 Finalist 20 Winner 50
Position Points Winner 20
Jun 7, 2019Posted in: Fan Creations
Hey, does my submission break the "don't submit winner cards" rule? I wanted to make the fluffy version of one of my cards, and I thought a winner would be more recognizable, but didn't realize it could be problematic until now.
I'm inclined to say Yes, it does break that rule, but A. it's a Mini Comp, and B. HearthPwn is almost over and done with, so I don't necessarily care enough to enforce that rule so strictly. Just don't win, and we'll be okay lol
When I saw Wailor's card as well as Shadowsofsense's 2-mana Cowardly Knight, I really thought the goal was to take an existing finalist and make a "fluffy" version of it. I re-read the rules several times before I understood that it was just a coincidence.
I remember when TrumpSC reviewed "fluffy" cards because the names weren't out yet. Hearthpwn's audience is bigger than I thought.
Jun 6, 2019Posted in: Fan Creations
I'm surprised CheeseEtc hasn't done his typical Season Finale review yet.
I've stopped doing them two seasons ago because they are super time-consuming and tend to cause controversy. If you wonder which cards I prefer - other than my own Spirit Cleanser and I'd Tap That obviously - then my favorites are Cowardly Knight (my bet for season winner, although it leans on OP), Romeo & Juliet, & Shouting Match. Honorable mention to Phoenix's rager card.
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