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    posted a message on The Mechwarper issue

    Still i think we won't see it played as often as we do now. And that's bad beacause Sn1p-Sn4p is a strong card but not a broken one that deserves a nerf. It becomes broken when played with mana discount cards, which in this case don't have a particular condition or drawback when used. So we have huge and hard to counter turn 3/4 with mech pally and mech hunter, and a broken otk in for warlock ( but i'll admit that this one is a bit harder to pull off). The reason i think nerfing portal is useless is beacause its a class card, so we wouldn't have warlock combo anymore ( and that is a good thing i'd say) but mechwarper is not a class card, and considering how mechs are usually printed for most classes and the others are generic cards, i'm pretty sure that mechwarper will allow some other broken combos sooner or later. But i guess i'd rather face these decks than seeing big priest coming back from their graves 

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    posted a message on The Mechwarper issue

    Before i start writing about this topic i want to make clear that this isn't a salt thread. I just want to hear other players opinions on this. 

    I've been playing a lot of wild recently and i noticed that every mech deck (hunter,paladin or warlock) basically revolves around drawing mechwarper and trhow everything they have in one or two turns. And that's fine with me, it's the core mechanic of those decks, but i just can't get over the mechwarper and SN1P-SN4P combo that warlocks can pull out. Blizzard already nerfed Reckless Experimenter in standard to avoid this, but it seems that having the same combo in wild is just fine. And that can get even worse if we consider that with the next expansions more mech cards will surely be printed and thanks to mechwarper played for 0 mana. That card should have its text changed to " your mechs costs 1 less but not less than 1". I don't think it would hurt mech decks that much and at the same time it would balance them a bit.

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