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    posted a message on New Card - Oblivitron

    Badly statted for the relatively expensive price, conditional (you need a mech in hand) and unreliable (can be triggered by the opponent when he is ready, can be silenced/transformed). Sounds like a receipe for a not so successful card...

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from Pokalypse >>

    Hi everyone, thank you for such a topic, so here os my question, when the hall of fame rotation will happen? So i can wait the last moment to craft the missing cards, hoping to get some golden one in arena till then! 31th of March? 

    Thanks for your answers! 

     The rotation happens with the release of the new expansion (should afaik be 8th of April, but better check that again). As long as you craft them before then, you will get your dust.

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    posted a message on ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from Ainz__Ooal__Gown >>

    Guys help me remember it, if i have golden and regular version of the cards i get rewards for both?? like i have a regular baku and gen if i craft golden versions of them i do get the dust from those copies(the normal and golden) right??

     No. Only the most expensive copies of the maximum amount of cards you can put in a deck are refunded. If you have a regular Baku, it is not worth it to craft a golden one. Everything important is cited in the post above yours.

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    posted a message on This game would be more fun if people didn't play so slowly
    Quote from LordZavian >>

    (...) I think a lot of the slowness is just the internet. 

     This is at least one major reason why it seems that people take too much time. I played sometimes against friends while we where chatting on the phone or when I took my laptop to them and if you just do your stuff and end your turn immediately, it can easily take up to 5 or more seconds until the animations have finished on their side. And that feels long enough to suspect BM if you are just waiting whether they have lethal in their hand (and they have it).

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    posted a message on The eternal matchmaking conspiracy
    Quote from Wingdude22 >>

    I guess if those threads wouldn’t pop up here and there, it would actually be a sign that the matchmaker is rigged. 

    But winning or losing streaks are normal. 

    It reminds me of that meme where the one guy presents a random generator, and he only says 9,9,9,9, etc. the one guy says, that doesn’t sound random.... ( But over a long samplesize, it’s randomly happening eventually) while the other guy says something like : you can never know, as it could be random... 

    And it’s very normal such streaks happen, since the average can result from spikes in both directions ( but obviously positive streaks aren’t that much represented here) .  

     https://dilbert.com/strip/2001-10-25

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    posted a message on I think blizzard should unnerf some of rotating cards.

     If Yogg is unnerfed, I want 2 mana Unleash the Hounds and 3 mana Starving Buzzard. And also original Undertaker or at least unnerfed Arcane Golem and Ironbeak Owl...

    Yeah, no. let the killed cards rest in peace (except yogg, he can suffer in hell)...

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    posted a message on Poll: Which class will get a new playable Hero card?

    I'd go for one of the weaker Deathknights. Since Shaman and Warrior already have a new one, my bet is on Paladin or Priest (was only really strong with unnerfed Raza).

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from ToolParabola >>
    Quote from Horkinger >>
    Quote from ToolParabola >>

    So this whole hof thing confuses me a lot if anyone can help me i would apreciate it .

    I have regular copies of Genn and Baku.

    If i craft golden copies of both of these cards when they get hofed i get back 3200 + 3200 without disenchant ? And then i can still disenchant them for extra 1600 + 1600?

    Also does this happen for the regular copies i already own?

     That is true, BUT: If you do nothing, you get 1600 dust for Genn and Baku as well.

    If you already have regular copies, only for common cards you can get more dust for crafting golden copies and disenchanting them (10 dust each card).

     So in my case i just do nothing either way im getting back the same amount of dust right?

    Also should i craft the rest of the cards that getting hoffed golden? since i dont have them

     Yes. Except for common cards. These you can craft and earn 10 dust.

    And yes, craft them golden if you do not have them and plan to disenchant them somewhen in the future. Then you earn most dust.

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from ToolParabola >>

    So this whole hof thing confuses me a lot if anyone can help me i would apreciate it .

    I have regular copies of Genn and Baku.

    If i craft golden copies of both of these cards when they get hofed i get back 3200 + 3200 without disenchant ? And then i can still disenchant them for extra 1600 + 1600?

    Also does this happen for the regular copies i already own?

     That is true, BUT: If you do nothing, you get 1600 dust for Genn and Baku as well.

    If you already have regular copies, only for common cards you can get more dust for crafting golden copies and disenchanting them (10 dust each card).

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from TheFFsage >>

    Ok so this is still confusing to me cause peoole only talk about dust gain.

    I want a full collection and never dust anything unless extra copies

    I have Genn but no Baku

    I craft both of them golden yes? Not gonna craft normal Baku I'm not that type of person.

    I lose no dust if I craft all golden right? And I mean that if I dust them I get the samw amount of dust so not dusting them doesn't mean I "lose" dust since I have the option to do so

    That way, you are not going to lose dust from your current amount of dust. If you craft Both golden, you get back the 3200 dust, respectively, for having them. You end at +/- 0. Then you can dust your normal copy of Genn and gain another 400 dust. You have golden copies of Genn and Baku and 400 dust more.

    If you only craft golden Baku, you get 3200 dust back plus 1600 for regular Genn. You have regular Genn, golden Baku and 1600 dust more.

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from NewPlayer >>

    Hang on, say if I already have 2 copies of a regular card, then I craft a golden one. Will I got all dust of all of three? Then I can dust the golden one to get the extra dust. Is this right?

     No. You only get the dust for the two or one (leg) most expensive copies. Having already regular copies and crafting + dusting gold copies is the same as doing nothing. With common cards as the exception. There you gain 10 dust if you do so. For an explanation see shadowrisen 4 posts above 

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from andre976 >>

    Just for the sake of clarity anyone can confirm these tables are correct?


     Almost correct. The column for what to do with commons seem wrong to me. To get the most dust, you should craft golden commons and disenchant the golden copies and not the regular ones.  

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards
    Quote from beppe946 >>
    Quote from Horkinger >>
    Quote from beppe946 >>
    Quote from Horkinger >>
    Quote from beppe946 >>

    My brain is not work properly right know due to the excitement of the Year of the Dragon announcement (FUCK YES), so please can anyone help me do the math?

    I own 2 regular Glitter Moths, 2 regular Black Cats and 1 regular Naturalize. I'm interested in keeping/getting all the cards that will go to the Hall of Fame and, at the same time, getting as much dust as I can.

    What should I do?

    I presume you do not care about golden copies. Then craft all cards you are missing so that you have 1 Legendary (you probably already own Baku and Genn anyways) and 2 from the other cards. Only for the commons it is 10 dust more if you craft them golden and disenchant them afterwards (Naturalize).

    In your case: Craft two Gloom Stag , craft 2 Murkspark Eel and craft 2 golden Naturalize (disenchant them afterwards). Then you can re-craft a regular Naturalize (and gained 10 dust).

     Thanks a lot for your advices. What about if I cared about golden copies? For example, I think that Gloom Stag won't be a very strong card, so having it golden could give me more dust in the future. Or am I wrong?

     Yes. If you want to disenchant the copies, it is worth it to craft golden ones. But only for the copies you do not have as a regular card or the common cards. If you have a regular copy, there is no need to craft golden cards of rares, epics or legendaries and disenchant them afterwards (the same as doing nothing).

    BTW, I edited my above post since I forgot that Black cat is also common.

     I saw your edit, thanks. To be honest, I don't own nor Baku neither Genn since I've never really liked those cards and the playstile the provide. I may be a fool, but I decided not to craft them lol.

    Anyways, my two alternatives are:

    1) 2 regular Gloom Stags, 2 regular Murkspark Eels, 2 regular Doomguards, 1 regular Baku the Mooneater and Genn Greymane, 2 golden Naturalize and 2 golden Black Cats.

    2) All of the above but golden

    Am I right?

    Looks correct.

    In general: All cards you do not own, you should craft. If you want to disenchant them afterwards, golden copies are better. You get your investment back upon HoF-rotation and then the normal disenchantment value (which is higher with golden copies). If you want to keep the cards, golden or regular doesn't matter. Of course, golden is still better if you want to disenchant them in the future.

    Only common cards can add an extra 10 dust per card by crafting them golden. All other cards (rare, epic and leg) you already have a regular copy of are not adding dust if you craft a golden copy.

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    posted a message on (2019 updated) ULTIMATE dust guide for Hall of Fame cards

    I got hit by the edit-ninja...

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