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Oct 10, 2018Grenache posted a message on Vote For Your Favourite Community Created Rarity Interaction CardsPosted in: News
I voted for Erin the Wealthy, Edwin, the Revolutionary, and Snobbish Noble; with an honor mention to The Chosen One.
Erin the Wealthy, because I think anyone who has seen Kripp's 30 Legendaries deck, wanted to try it at one point. However there are very few good low drops in the deck, and the extra health will definitely help until you can stabilize.
Edwin, the Revolutionary, because of the flavor and lore. I think even a pure Common rarity deck will be quite good, so this card could be borderline broken but the idea of the commonfolk banding together under Edwin and gaining rush is just cool.
Snobbish Noble, for the spot on humor. A mere commoner cannot hurt a noble such as this.
The Chosen One tickles that Timmy side of me, but any card at 0 mana should be under heavy consideration. Also personally, I feel like this shouldn't be able to target the opponent's minions.
Sep 17, 2018Posted in: News
This is a really bad list, and here is why: Juicy Psychmelon was a hyped up card, but people were always freaking out over the tutor in Wild, not Standard. And considering it is played in every single Aviana Kun deck, no, it was not overhyped. It became an auto staple in the deck, and the hype was warranted. Not an overhype.
No one threw a fit or went crazy over Kangor's Endless Army. It's just a card that justifies the Mech Paladin archetype, and investing into three over-Magnetized mechs.
Lab Recruiter was just a very interesting card from a card design perspective. Not overhyped.
Wargear is the most aggressively stat'd Magnetize, and very solid in midrange mech decks. The problem being that we just don't see those in the high tier, and therefore sees less representation. This is the only card on the list that I can see the argument for both sides for. People expected to see Wargear everywhere, but mech decks just weren't that good.
No one freaked out over Floop's Glorious Gloop, bc it was ramp with conditions that you had to work for. No one overhyped Floop's Glorious Gloop.
Aug 23, 2018Posted in: Hunter
Most Secret Hunter lists run the x2 Freezing, Explosive, and Wandering Monster along with the x2 Secret Plan, which is a very solid and consistent list. However before Secret Plan, just running even between 5 to 6 secrets is enough in most cases.
Aug 12, 2018Posted in: General Discussion
As someone who has been a victim to something similar myself, I can only assume their reasoning. Either it's a personal grudge with the user, something about the deck that rubbed them the wrong way, or it was an impulsive decision. Other than just "they didn't like the deck."
Aug 11, 2018Posted in: General Discussion
Not just Whizbang, but cards like Dirty Rat also. If Blizzard was willing to, and made the Hall of Fame set to move cards from Standard to Wild exclusive, I don't see why they can't create a "set" where they can move cards like Whizbang and Dirty Rat to, that stays Standard legal. (Since Whizbang is currently in The Boomsday Project, it would be moved after rotating out)
Aug 11, 2018Grenache posted a message on Initial Crafting Advice For Legendary Cards In The Boomsday ProjectPosted in: News
Really disappointed that you put Cloning Gallery in the "Trash" tier, Fluxflashor. It's a card that requires building around as much as Boom-zooka or Luna's Pocket Galaxy.
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Aug 19, 2018Posted in: General Discussion
Aren't there multiple threads with the same/similar question already?
As for me, i have stopped counting the times i reached legend and now i only count the times i have been up to TOP 300 (because this is SPAAARTA :p )
Aug 11, 2018iFaisal11 posted a message on Initial Crafting Advice For Legendary Cards In The Boomsday ProjectPosted in: News
This is completely wrong, in what world zerek and his spell is worst that celestial ?
i personally played zerek and he is not that bad or trash, i think he is a tier 3, and his spell is a 4, celestial is a 100% tier 5 and morrigan 4 or 5
Aug 4, 2018Posted in: Other Games
A man of culture! Sayori was my choice as well (before the ending of course). She is a lovable irresistible dork!
Oh no. It had a virus. DON'T download it.
No thread that respect itslef doesn't have a troll. XD
Jul 8, 2018Posted in: General Discussion
This isn't necessarily what I think, but just the general reason behind why people say the things they do.
1) Referring to aggro/tempo decks as "brainless." Doesn't every deck become autonomous if you play it enough?
Aggro decks on average require less decision making, take less time per turn to play, and will more often go face than trade. Decks that keep hand better, have more decisions to make, and thereby creating more moments where it is skill testing.
2) R20 Scrub! What difference does it make? Some people just don't want to climb ladder?
Competitive players will value other players depending on their rank and skill (which includes deckbuilding), and more often times than not, players who reach rank 5 and above consistently, will have better decision making and as a result be better Hearthstone players. Playing casually totally fine, and is where Blizzard makes most of their money. It's the day and night of opinions from someone who has never hit Legend, and someone who hits Legend every season. Of course the mentally and opinion will differ.
3) Homebrews VS. Netdecks; again, what difference does this make? If you are offered 2 pair of shoes, some people are going to opt for comfort, and some are going to opt for style. Secondly, every new player that asks for advice, "WATCH STREAMS!" under the same threads that refer to, "Too many netdeckers."
The difference between original decks and popular netdecks, is simply the popularity of it. It's like someone who wants to reach Legend, watches another player hit Legend with a certain deck, and then uses that same deck to also reach Legend. Primates in particular learn from mimicking successful behaviors from others. This is an innate behavior, and part of the reason why humans became the apex species.
You can watch someone who is good at the game stream, and learn from them without netdecking as well. Look at the board and the streamer's hand, then thinking about what you would do. If the stream does something different, think about why they chose to do something different from you. A lot of change comes from within, and you need to internalize what went right and wrong. Otherwise it becomes like television and information comes in through one ear, and exits from the other.
Great answer, great profile pic and adorable signature...Sometimes i wish hearthpwn would allow us to upvote a comment twice.
Jun 24, 2018KingSevault posted a message on Can I please get a coach? Available now for a couple hours.Posted in: Players and Teams Discussion
You wont get a good coach without paying
Feb 14, 2018Posted in: Lesser Ruby Spellstone
Last time I played this, it was fully upgraded and it gave me another ruby spellstone and the other 2 spells were useless. I played the new spellstone again and the random spell it generated was yet another ruby spellstone. FML
Imho the spellstone should not be able to give you another spellstone, it limits the playability of this card and just doesn't make sense.
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