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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    posted a message on Hearthstone Mandela Effect Conspiracy

    Nah, I never felt anything like this. I had some VERY mild Mandel-ish experiences with HS, but is was mostly looking at some ghoul/undead or "scary" card and being suprised that it's from a recent expansion and not from Naxx. Or that Lifedrinker wasn't from Un'goro expansion. Sometimes I felt weird when I realized that Fel Reaver was a neutral card but Unlicensed Apothecary wasn't. 2.5 years ago, as a new player I thought that Arch-Thief Rafaam was a rogue-exclusive legendary. So no, all of these were just my misconceptions, but they could be easily mistaken for the Mandela Effect.

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    posted a message on [Humor] SCP-4477 "Hearthstone"

    Item #: SCP-4477

    Object Class: Euclid Explained Keter WHOA! Legendary! 

    Special Containment Procedures: Because SCP-4477 is a relatively harmless WHOA! Legendary! card game, special containment has been deemed unnecessary. Since more than ██ million people worldwide are registered players, they post a very large amount of rumors and urban legends about SCP-4477 on the internet, and most players dismiss them as fakes. As such, no agents of Web Task Force have been assigned to spread misinformation about SCP-4477. Some players, known as "Streamers" come quite close to discovering it's true nature, however it appears that the game (or possibly entities behind it) can detect this and reduce their anger/frustration  fun-incompliance level by making their Lootboxes whale-plankton (Called "Card Packs") contain suspiciously good Golden Legendary! cards. 

    Any personnel wishing to play SCP-4477 must undergo a psychological evaluation once per month prepare for a wicked and fun night by the Hearth! Personnel other than D-Class found to be repeatedly uninstalling and then reinstalling the game (Especially shortly after promising that "they will never play that bullshit challenging but rewarding game again") are to be banned from playing it ever again given free cardpacks after a few months. SCP-4477's anomalous psychological effects fun and friendly, nontoxic athmosphere sadly disappears entirely after playing other, non-anomalous Legendary CCGs for a few days by a tragic mistake. Note that the use of amnestics has been proven to be ineffective in treating adiction to stopping any adventurers from enjoying SCP-4477, even if the addict adventurer forgets about the existence of SCP-4477, they can still find it "by accident" on the internet will be found by our beloved, holy Innkeeper - and truly reformed. 

    Any match must be played on a toilet to lessen the impact of SCP-4477-2 ensure unending, uninterrputed Tavern-Fun!

    Description: SCP-4477, better know as "Hearthstone" or "Wizard Poker" Oxygen, is a digital collectible card game (CCG) released in 20██ by Blizzard Entertainment. The game, which is full of unexplainable gameplay/technical defects Cards, appears to contain at least two cognitohazards Gameplay-Experience Enhancers. One is a very mild, addiction Legendary fun - inducing cognitohazard GEE, henceforth referred to as SCP-4477-1, the other one discovered is a very-much deserved SCP-4477-2, doesn't cause any psychological rewarding effects but appears to uses a rapid, subliminal screen flashing to make the affected player's brain induce cast a violent randomly targeted, explosive Boomtastic diarrhea Gul'dan's Fair-Play Felboom Surprise!

    SCP-4477-1 Makes the players seemingly ignore love the impact of unusually imbalanced unpredictable gameplay, glitches challenges that remain unfixed rewarding to overcome for years without an explanation, and reluctance of the developers to include brand new features, such as a "Tournament Mode" or "More Deck Slots" Buy a new druid hero and 20 cardpacks right now, insect! - Only $19.99!. Note that the players can and do complaing whine about these defects features on the internet - SCP-4477-1 simply prevents them from ceasing to play. Some players with a stronger problematic will can uninstall blaspheme against SCP-4477 for a certain period of time - usually no more than four to seven days, often after "dusting" (turning cards into a secondary in-game currency used to directly create specific cards; Main in-game currency used to buy Lootboxes whale-soylent is called "gold") their entire card collection to have no incentive to return a lighter wallet. This never works is not a valid target; addicted players insects always come back and then rebuild their collection again, mostly because they have nothing better to do are forgiven for their blasphemy. The only way to fully cure the effects of SCP-4477-1 is to expose the addict to a different CCG Spreading Plague doesn't need a nerf, but we may reconsider nerfing it in 2020. May. The addicts adventurers are, on some subconscious level, aware of this cognitohazard feature - they refer to it as "The technology isn't there yet" phenomenon love the forgiveness of our Inkeeper. It appears that those who have been exposed to other CCGs in the past have acquired an immunity to SCP-4477-1 should get 5 free packs to change their minds.

    SCP-4477-2 Is a rather simple subliminal cognitohazard GEE (By Foundation standards; fortunately no technology to create one is available to public or any militaries on Earth Invented by Blizzard.) which can (But doesn't necessarily have to Fucking should activate, fix it guys - seriously, we had enough whining about this tournament and deck slot shit. Remove this sentence from the official version of The SCP Foundation expansion announcement.) activate during a match. If the player insect purposefully takes too much time to finish their turn, it causes a fuse to appear - which the addicts adventurers call "Roping". SCP-4477-2 has the potential of activating after the third time the fuse appears; if it does activate, it sends a very rapid sequence of flashing lights straight into the addicts insects' eyes. This causes the brain instantly to induce cast a powerful, unstoppable, violent and explosive diarrhea Gul'dan's Fair-Play Felboom Surprise! The addict insect will then almost always run the his/her toilet - immediately after this, even if they are using a mobile device and their hands are clean, the game will experience what is assumed to be a deliberate and very-much deserved a fake "connection error" and it will automatically crash. Addicts Insects (and the game itself) refers to it as "Your opponent left."

    ADDENDUM 28/10/18: We were contacted by an employee of Blizzard, Mr. [EXPUNGED]. It's...rather troubling. It appears that someone from the Foundation sold them our outdated (but still extremely advanced) mind-control technology. The only reason why they are using it is because they are unable to make a game this addictive when it's full of defects. When asked why won't they just use their money to hire people who can fix these issues, he joked at first that "The technology isn't there yet" but then explained that they just think it's easier to do and more fun. Since this is not an anomalous phenomenon anymore, SCP-4477's object class is changed to "Explained"

    ADDENDUM 15/6/21: Because of recent events, particularly [EXPUNGED], Fuck Pala-Druid Dualclass Mode Denver Riots of 20██, and ██████, Object class is changed to "Keter". It may be explained but it's clear that the game developers have lost their minds.

    ADDENDUM 21/4/23: More and more people in the Foundation are playing this game. Hmm. So far, only a few addicts. Still, it's troubling and I should probably inform- wait, what's this? Heh, looks like I've just received 50 classic packs. But why? I never bought them.

    ADDENDUM 13/3/24: It's....over. After this one...IMBECILE in the O5 council gave the ownership of our Foundation to Blizzard in exchange for making the Heroic Karazhan Chess Encounter somewhat easier, it appears that nothing can stop SCP-4477. I've assembled a team and we'll try to retake-hey, wait a minute, I got a message...what's this...."Log in this instant to receive a FREE Golden Chen Stormstout Hero Card!" That's weird...isn't this a card from a Expansion that rotated to wild four years ago? But damn...Looks so cool...I must have it...now...

    ADDENDUM 4/7/25: We are proud to announce that Hearthstone, as of July 4th, 2025 has 7 BILLION Players! This means that out of the world population of 8 Billion, every human above the age of 5 has a Battle.net account. WHOA! Extraordinary! And now, the announcement for the second expansion of this year: The SCP Foundation! *Intro music from new expansion trailer begins to play, then a title appears. The theme song sounds like a very poorly-made mix of Gadgetzan and Boomsday project trailer themes.*

    <~[The SCP Foundation]~>

    🎵~Ohhh...what sec-rets may await, for our [Expunged] adventureeeeeers....*Dum dum, dum dum* Wiiiiiiiilll they ever escape from their scaaary test chambeeeeeeers...*Dum dum, dum dum* But monsters await, behind this fel-laced gate, what hor-rors may await for theeeeeeeemmmmm *Dum Dum du-dumdum* In the Es-see-pee foundation...hehehehhe...no one really careeeeeeees. *Badum-tss*🎵

     

    "It's The SCP Foundation! Brand new, awesome Hearthstone expansion. My name is █████ ██████  So, guys, let's start with a new keyword, shall we? Kowalski? Ahh, there you are! So, Kowalski is a D-Class personnel. He's going to demonstrate our new keyword: Expunge! 

    "Expunge means that you not only silence and remove a minion - but also, it cannot appear again in this match. It cannot be summoned by other minion, spell, randomly added or discovered. Whoa! It's like he never existed at all!" 

    "That's right, Kowalski. *Uses this card on him. Kowalski just disappears*. Hehe. I wonder where he's now. Blizzard Jail, perhaps? Anyway, I know that we should show you more cards, but, fuck, it's been a pretty horrifying day here, you know? So, guys, stay tuned! The card reveal starts tomorrow!" *The theme starts playing again, then the video just ends.*

    Buy The SCP Foundation pre-order bundle! 60 Card packs full of  ██████ and other cool shit! And you get this for only $89.99 ! Buy the Keter-bundle now to get 70 card packs and a new Warlock hero - for only $129.99!

     

    ADDENDUM 29/10/18: Ahem. "Alterations" made to this document, as well as all addendums after the 28/10/18 one, are just my personal (and hopefully inaccurate) predictions. Nonetheless, I think that we must inform the O5 council of this addictive threat and the fact that we have someone in Foundation selling our technology to outsiders. I recently uninstalled this game (Too frustrating) but others may be in danger. I feel so bored. -Emmanuel ██████

    ADDENDUM 7/11/18: Videogame Researcher Emmanuel ██████ is currently in a quarantine chamber. He appears to be completely addicted to SCP-4477. I want to see what will happen if we do not supply him with other CCGs - So far, he's been trying to make his own SCP-4477 cards from his hair, clothing, ████████████ , and presumably his own █████. This document is to remain unaltered, since it's written by an addict and provides a good example of SCP-4477 affecting a human mind. - Medical Researcher Jones ████.

    ADDENDUM 10/11/18: Good news, we've just recovered our mind control technology. Turns out it was one of our devices, they had no chance to reverse-engineer (let alone mass produce) it yet. The Blizzard employees explained that the "Technology isn't there yet". We've also found the traitor, Rick ███ who has been now "promoted" to being a D-Class. Of course, all Blizzard employees have been given Class-C amnestics. Maybe now they will actually improve the game? Who knows. - Agent 721 of the Mobile Task Force.

     

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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    DONE.

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    posted a message on 1500 XP Quest Trading - Play A Friend! (#7)

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    posted a message on [Fun] It's 2018 and Hearthstone has a custom video-emote

    Wow, the future is amazing! It's 2018 and you can now upload a video (with sound!) to your battle.net account but it must be no more than 3 seconds long. There's a new in-game emote called "Custom Video" and it appears as a medium-sized window at the center of your opponent's screen. What video will you upload? Share your ideas! Here are some more likely ones...

    - A crazy guy has a clip of Goosh Goosh.

    - Someone who has a screamer as their emote.

    - A lot of people have a recording of themselves saying "End that fucking turn!"

    - Some people have a video of their favorite class shitting on their least favorite class.

    - Some have an annoying song to tilt opponents.

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    posted a message on How would you improve my Elemental Mage deck?

    Hello everyone, so I've been playing since March 2016 and honestly I think that I'm a decent player, but still I struggle at the game. The maximum rank I've ever reached is rank 15. Mage is my favorite class and in the past I went from C'Thun, Mech, Tempo,  to Elemental Mage which I'm using right now. Here's my deck and how I use the cards in it. So I ask you for two things: If you could tell me what cards should/shouldn't be in my deck and if I'm using any of the cards in a way that you think is wrong.

    Currently my deck has a lot of missing cards; I will talk about them in a moment. But first, my deck:

    Fire Fly x2 - Usually I play them on turn 1 or to activate Servant of Kalimos at later turns

    Mana Wyrm x2 If I get lucky with coin and I get two of these on turn one, I immediately go aggro on my opponent.

    Flame Geyser Love it, so versatile. I use it as an early-game control and later to activate elementals/help my minions bring down larger enemies.

    Frostbolt x2 Like above, but I also use it on larger threats to slow them down.

    Arcane Intellect x2 Card draw. I'm not sure, maybe just one would be sufficient.

    Tar Creeper x2 Great taunt, bad attack but I love it. I usually play it to activate Tolvir and Servant.

    Volcanic Potion Ass-saver when playing against aggro decks. Sometimes I use it with Flamestrike to clear demons summoned by DK Gul'dan.

    Eater of Secrets Used against Exodia Mage, sometimes against Hunters.

    Fireball x2 Usually I use it to remove 5 and 6 Health enemy minions, but when I get two of these and a frostbolt in later turns, that often ends the game on the spot.

    Polymorph I use it on larger threats only, usually those above 7 attack and health like Lich King.

    Tol'vir Stoneshaper x2 Ass-saver when playing against aggro, but If I have Tar Creeper on Turn three I will always drop this guy on turn four. Gives my opponent a bit of trouble to remove.

    Water Elemental x2 I'm considering throwing this guy out. I usually play him to activate Servant, rarely to freeze a warrior.

    Servant of Kalimos x2 Most often I play these on turn five, hoping for Geddon or Ozruk but usually its Tar Creeper or Water Elemental.

    Blazecaller x2 Yummy. As good as firelands, perhaps better. I use him to kill larger minions, but If my opponent has no minion on board I will target face instead. (Though only if they are low on health, otherwise I save them for removal)

    Bonemare x2 Versatile to the extreme, I use it for taunt/to kill my opponent faster.

    Firelands Portal x2 Very similar to Blazecaller, I use it because it also summons a minion.

    Flamestrike Obviously I use it as a board clear.

    Frost Lich Jaina Ah, yes, my favorite card. If there are no immediate threats, I play her as soon as I can

    I want to add Geddon, Pyros, Two Primordial Glyphs obviously, Skulking Geist and Lich King and remove as few cards as possible. Any suggestions? Thanks for your help!

     

     

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