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Jun 29, 2016FedorWin posted a message on Ben Brode on Arena Player Rewards, Game Balance, Card Sets, Features, and Ben FactsPosted in: News
Jun 9, 2016Posted in: Tavern Brawl
Basically, whoever gets a 2-3-4-5 cost legendary in his hand first wins. One game on turn 8 I had nothing to play because my hand consisted of like nine 9 cost dragons of all kinds...This brawl needs more mana reduction cards or some sort of ramp, so both players could get more stuff on the board at the beginning of the match and actually fight for the board.
On the side note, 4 mana Rend Blackhand was pretty fun to play. There are a lot of legendary dragons.
May 19, 2016Posted in: Tavern Brawl
Got a strange bug today: my "opponent" disconnected ("your opponent left") in the middle of a match and I somehow received victory (including +1 for the daily and free pack for 1st victory), despite the idea of this beng a cooperative brawl.
May 18, 2016Posted in: Card Discussion
I see turn 1 Mana Wyrm played by every single mage opponent. Especially when a new intersting tavern brawl that encourages you to test your deckbuilding skills comes out, and the first thing I see every time is Jaina-"hello"-mana wyrm. Makes me want to puke every time.
For other classes it's usually something that ruins your plans on using some cool card effects, namely Ironbeak Owl, Entomb and Polymorph. Can't be mad on people playing Hex or Polymorph: Boar though, they are so rare this days.
Honorable mention: It's always Huffer! The more face-oriented your opponent is, the greater are the odds of him getting Huffer and not the other two.
May 12, 2016Posted in: Yogg-Saron, Hope's End
Picked 100.00% of the time in Arena rounds. Anyone still thinks it's a bad card?
In constructed I slapped it into a miracle rogue instead of usual finishers and added Elise in case Yogg fails (by the time you play him, you usually already have or about to get the monkey anyways). One of the funniest rng decks i've ever built, never a dull moment.
Bow down before the one you serve, you're going to get what you deserve
May 12, 2016Posted in: Tavern Brawl
Awesome brawl! On on hand you get to play some ridiculous combos with cards that never see play like,say, Animated Armor and Flame Leviathan or Darkshire Librarian and Fist of Jaraxxus, on the other you can get fast and easy wins to grind gold, and finally you get to Innervate or Ancestor's Call some otherwise too expensive cards like Y'Shaarj, Rage Unbound, Deathwing, Dragonlord, even The Boogeymonster and Chillmaw!
Some of my favorites so far, besides already named:
Possibilities are truly endless!
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Nov 1, 2017Bladehawk posted a message on Hearthstone Season 44 has Begun - Hooked on a Reelin'Posted in: News
Saltwater creatures have a natural home in Hearthstone, but this card back's timing is a bit fishy. Blizzard might be angling to give us a false hint as to the theme of the next expansion, hoping to reel in some suckers. I don't buy the bait. They'll hook us with the announcement, so there's no need to create any misdirection. TO BOOTY BAY/THE SOUTH SEAS!
Nov 1, 2017MrFish86 posted a message on Hearthstone Season 44 has Begun - Hooked on a Reelin'Posted in: News
Finally a card back for me!!!
Oct 31, 2017Posted in: Fan Creations
Phoenixfeather, a professional Grammar Nazi here today!
For this competition, the only requirement needed to receive my vote is to have 100% proper grammar. Not that my own skills are not perfect, but it's pretty up there. Ok, every card who had proper grammar is listed below.
- Communing Mediums
- Piloted Scarecrow
- Jack O'Brothers
- Infiltrator Ick'thys
- Black Cat
- Lord Stal
- Prince Tenris
- Corpse Bride
- Soulbound Acolyte
- Spectral Seeker
- Blood Mage
Well, it looks like 52% of you passed... (You disagree? PM me!)
My favorite card is Spectral Seeker. It's balanced and self-synnergistic, fairly rated in rarity, and a great original concept.
So, here's a cookie for you StegosaurusRex. (I'd give you two votes if I could)
Oct 30, 2017Otovent posted a message on Marin to be Revealed in the BlizzCon Opening Ceremony - BlizzCon 2017 Events RoundupPosted in: News
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Oct 27, 2017FlashCam posted a message on 12 Pieces of Hearthstone Art Where There's More than Meets the EyePosted in: News
I think that's the same full art for the card Fear from the current tavern brawl.
Oct 24, 2017ilnosferatu posted a message on Get your Free Classic Pack - Hearthstone Packs and Heroes are now GiftablePosted in: NewsOr, and hear me out, or he chooses to dust Gruul, which would give him... *summons calculator* hmm... 1600 dust! And how much does it cost to craft a legendary?
Oct 22, 2017Posted in: General Deck Building
The difficulty of decks usually depends on their archtype. Midrange and Aggro tend to be on the same level, sometimes having aggro more difficult than midrange. Then you go to difficult decks with Control (including variants like Mill and Fatigue gameplans), and finally, Combo decks.
The hardest deck in the history of the game is hard to pinpoint, specially because you could argue certain unpopular Combo decks might be harder to play than the popular ones that have existed. If we are to talk about the most popular ones that had a good population size, I guess one could say Patron Warrior when Warsong Commander had charge. Still, in many circumstances, that deck was considerable easier to pilot that Freeze or Miracle... Hard to say. But the real answer is somewhere around those parts, Patron, Freeze, Exodia, Miracle... In the popular ones.
Use the only measuring factor that you can use: Give the exact same list to 2 players, one extremely good player and a pretty bad player, have them play the deck a really high sample of games, like 1000 or so, then record and compare the winrates. The deck which reflects the highest variation in winrate is the Hardest deck to play.
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