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Sep 7, 2014Posted in: The Arena
I decided to post this one since it's probably my worst 12 wins draft. Picked Warlock to do a quest and when the draft was finished, I predicted it will go 3-4 wins. There were many weak cards for a Warlock arena in the deck (Novice Engineer, Acolyte of Pain, Ironfur Grizzly, Raid Leader, Hellfire, Ancient Mage), plus a few too many "slow" cards. Still, the deck did well. Went 7-0, 7-2 and then 12-2.
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- 1x Cairne Bloodhoof
- 1x Ancient Mage
- 1x Knife Juggler
- 1x Stampeding Kodo
- 1x Acolyte of Pain
- 1x Argent Squire
- 1x Blood Imp
- 2x Faerie Dragon
- 1x Fen Creeper
- 1x Flame Imp
- 1x Silver Hand Knight
- 1x Spellbreaker
- 1x Stranglethorn Tiger
- 1x Worgen Infiltrator
- 2x Youthful Brewmaster
- 1x Boulderfist Ogre
- 1x Gnomish Inventor
- 1x Ironfur Grizzly
- 1x Novice Engineer
- 1x Raid Leader
- 1x Sen'jin Shieldmasta
- 1x Shattered Sun Cleric
- 1x War Golem
Jul 11, 2014EUSandRunneR posted a message on Which do you think is better, Handlock or Zoolock?Posted in: Warlock
I agree that Handlock gets destroyed by Shaman and Paladin, but I've played like 3 total all season, and I like the matchup against 2x combo druid. What are they going to do against taunts with 8-10 health and my removal?
Handlock vs Combo Druid is 50/50 at best. It greatly depends on how fast their opening is, do they have The Black Knight and Big Game Hunter and when they pull out the combo. Most of the Handlock removal is too slow for a fast Druid and the worst problem is that Twilight Drakes are weak against Keepers.
As for the topic, I would still say that Handlock is the more powerful Warlock deck out of the two... But by a small margin.
Jul 11, 2014Posted in: Druid
If you're planning on playing at very high levels, a variation of the Ramp Druid with the Force of Nature/Savage Roar combo is dominant.
I'm not sure what decklist the players are using, but it's the one with Azure Drakes, Argent Commanders and Ragnaros (sometimes).
Other then that, there really is no 'current meta' since it varies depending on the server and rank.
PS: Topic should be moved to Druid.
Jul 8, 2014EUSandRunneR posted a message on Does anyone find the Golden Knife Juggler animation a little distracting?Posted in: General DiscussionHmm... the Summoning Portal does have a decent animation, but if y'know me... I stay away from gold as a Warlock.
You can't see it in that picture really, but in-game for a brief moment you can spot a shadow of Lord Jaraxxus coming through the portal.
Other than that, I agree that the golden Warlock cards are a mess.
Jul 8, 2014EUSandRunneR posted a message on Does anyone find the Golden Knife Juggler animation a little distracting?Posted in: General Discussion
Poor animation you say? Take a look at the golden Oasis Snapjaw!
But yeah, it was one of the first golden expert cards I saw and it did look mesmerizing.
Btw, off topic, the award for the most flavorful animation goes to the Summoning Portal.
Jul 4, 2014EUSandRunneR posted a message on Any lessons I can learn from this lousy Paladin draft?Posted in: The Arena
I've seen much, much worse drafts than this. And most (arguably all) of the picks you made were correct. The problem is an extremely weak late game, no Truesilvers, and a couple of unlucky draws (mostly the 2 Ironforge Riflemans and the Molten). Your best bet is probably zerging, drawing with your Blessings of Wisdom and Cult Master and using the 2 Dark Iron Dwarfs on your Harvest Golems or other cheap minions to trade up.
Jul 4, 2014Posted in: General Discussion
Nah, I'm not baffled that the deck has a much higher win rate when going second. What was interesting to me that I was going first 66% of the time. But, like I said, just seems to be an issue with the tracking software probably.
Jul 3, 2014Posted in: General Discussion
Disclaimer: This is not another thread about the coin being a good/bad mechanic or fair/unfair.
I actually just wanted to know if anyone here has a strange Going First/Going Second ratio, or any other interesting stat.
What made me think about this is that, since the beginning of the season, I've played 86 games of which 56 times I went first (and 30 times second).
So sure, not even close to 50/50 but let's put that into the typical deviation for now.
The point is... I'm playing a custom Ramp Druid deck which is based on Gaara's old Ramp... And when I'm going second I have an 83% win ratio, but only 54% when going first. Now, I know that these stats are just how the deck is. The fact is it's better when going second.
Now, what I would like to do is to compare these stats with other people... Because I find it a bit interesting that I'm going first 2 times as much, and this playing a big part in keeping my overall win ratio in check.
Jul 2, 2014Posted in: General Discussion
Depends when you start playing. On the first day, 80% of players you meet after rank 16 are Legend players from the previous season. On the second day those players will roam at ranks 11-6. So take that into consideration.
Jun 19, 2014EUSandRunneR posted a message on [Curse of Naxxramas] Webspinner - Initial Thoughts?Posted in: Hunter
Could be very useful in a deathrattle oriented deck. It depends on other unannounced Naxxramas cards.
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