Moorabi. I don't need to say anymore.
crafted him too lol
Worst thing I ever crafted by far was Kazakus. 1600 dust and I literally used it in 1 game because although hes extremely powerful and a fun card to play, I HATE playing warlock/mage reno decks and very quickly realized that, so I never felt the need to play him again. It's a real shame he wasn't neutral because reno's decently fun and interesting in classes like shaman, rogue, druid, and paladin because you don't gimp your deck at all with mage and warlock since the 2 classes both have numerous AoEs and removal that do the same thing but are different cards.
Well guys, thank you a lot for your replies.
Unfortunately I couldn't craft all of the standard Decks that I would've liked to play. So I ended up dusting a good amount of the ones listed also with the suggestions of you and Solem from Youtube.
At the end of the Day most of them where just in my collection since ages without using them. So I ended up dusting the safe picks and a couple ones that were on the edge, haha. Will see if I will regret it one day.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. And yes you will
Don't dust any of that shit man. Just because cards "aren't used" by spikes doesn't mean you can't use them yourself. Spike decks aka top tier net decks suck to play against, so be part of the solution, not the problem. Have a card that doesn't see play? Give it a home and see how it turns out. Sure you'll lose slightly more, but it's way more fun than playing the same matches over and over and over again. Here's another thing you'll have to deal with when dusting your entire collection to craft spike decks: MIRROR MATCHES. Everyone knows how fun mirrors are right? BUILD YOUR OWN UNIQUE DECKS AND HAVE ORIGINALITY.
Plus you only get 1/4 of your value back which is laughable. Its like trading into gamestop
DO NOT DUST ANYTHING. Even if this card wasn't amazing, which it is, there's literally 0 reason to dust anything. First off, you get 1/4 of the value. It's literally like trading your games to gamestop lol. Second off, most of the people on this game who DE stuff just use the dust to craft stupid tier 1 garbage, which makes the game crappier for everybody. You're going to get bored playing that crap after a day, trust me. Build your own decks. Experiment and actually play the game to have fun, not win. Be an individual!!
NO. First off, those cards are not bad at all, and second off, don't copy that stupid netdeck. You see too many people playing that crap all the time. Be an individual, and make your own fun decks! If you just want to win to get your golden epic at the end of the month, play face hunter to get those fast wins at a cheap price. Don't ever dust stuff anyway because you never know when it'll be good, and you get absolutely terrible value from it. You literally get 25% of the value back. It's almost as bad as selling old games to gamestop. Not to mention the fact that you now have a chance to open up those same legendaries again, so that's like losing another 1200 dust.
wow, what a disgusting dissapointment. I have to say, I actually had a lot of faith. Especially since Uldum was my favorite set ever. I was really hoping they were not only going to nerf every single galakrond card and the battlecry, but also what the invoke gets you... Total joke. Literally no one likes playing against that deck and the only people who enjoy playing it are spikes who would play any other top net-deck anyway.... And because these are the nerfs, we're going to have to wait at least another 2 months for the next set of nerfs...
A lot of cool/exciting cards this expac and there were still more extremely interesting deck varieties in the last set. Too bad none of them will be fun to play because you'll be going against galakrond shaman, reno hunter, reno mage, reno warlock, face hunter, and galakrond rogue, and or turn 4 mana 2 77s.... The power creep was so bad this expac that literally, the net-outcome was that LESS cards are now in the game which is the exact opposite of what buying an expansion for a game should do... This is why you shouldn't hire mindless E-sport players who played 1 net-deck for 14 hours a day (chakki) as heads of the balance department.... And I didn't mention the fact that you can still only have 28 cards in a deck because it's mandatory to put in 2 copies of Faceless Corruptor in every deck no matter what because it's the most broken neutral card they've ever printed
If they're banning people for using 3rd party software, can they ban people for using deck tracker and the arena one???? I know that opinion is going to be very unpopular here, but deck tracker is bad for the game because it removes an element of skill in remembering what was in your deck, and the arena one is just stupid and creates a situation where the general playerbase draft way better decks than normal which one could argue is a power-creep.
I really wish they would tell us about some of these really goofy bugs like a week before they fix them. 99% of the time they fix crazy stuff only 1 or 2 people ever actually saw. They always have patch notes that come out the day they already fixed them and they're stuff like "fixed an issue where your hero portrait flies off the screen when playing 2 specific wild cards that no one ever plays" and im like WAIT NO!!! I WANT TO SEE THAT!!!
honestly I have a really good quest hunter deck that's been farming people. I just have a very low winrate vs wall priest and a bad matchup vs reno hunter. I could just be having really bad luck though but heres my list:
|Minion (19)||Ability (9)||
People have to understand that blizzard is a company though. They employ a lot of people and they need to make money. They probably started doing that and making epics and legendaries more powerful as the expacs went on solely to make money. If anyone remembers back in the day, it was actually a meme how bad most legendaries and epics were. In the classic set, only a couple still see play, and it's loaded with worthless cards like Cho, Millhouse, and The Beast. It's no coincedence that they upped the power level of legendaries over the years. People are way too harsh on blizz for wanting to make money though. Remember the days when it cost 50$ (in 1990s money) to buy an N64 game? Games have way higher quality now, and are a lot cheaper. Look at games like Subnautica. That game cost 19.99$ and it would've been the greatest and most played game ever if it came out in 1999. The video game industry is struggling now because of things like piracy, and companies need to make money.
Sorry, but that is huge BS. To get full expansion you need to spend $450-500 on packs (135 virtual cards!). That is the equivalent of a new PS4 Pro! To get 4 full expansions per year, you have to spend $1800-2000. A normal game, with a budget usually exceeding $300 million, costs $60. Poor Blizzard indeed...
bro, I literally spend 50$ on the preorder for every expac (except for Rastakan's Rumble because I didn't like that expansion, so I only bought 20$ worth) and I have 95% of the cards in the game and 99% of the cards I want in the game (you don't need every card...). And yes poor blizzard... the gaming industry is shite now and most of the employees there have horrible working conditions because they need to in a market where people only buy gigantic budget "sand-box" games like Skyrim and Red Dead Redemption 2, or they buy 5-10$ indy games. Blizzard had to lay off thousands of employees this year because they don't make enough money.
You talk about God Of War like it's supposed to be a way more intelligent purchase, yet no one talks about that game ever except for the week it came out, and there's no multiplayer. That costs 60$ and games like that keep people occupied for 1-2 weeks if they don't burn through it faster. I spent 50 on SoU and am still having a blast and playing it every day.