Generally speaking, the ideal option is to play something more aggressive and force them to squander resources and time in order to lose, or to play a combination deck that is quicker (like druid).
What's more aggressive than odd-quest hunter in wild? They literally just shoot you in the face as fast as they can to win.
I can't help but wonder why people keep playing these decks, is being rank 1 legend in wild going to get you into a grandmaster? I don't think it will.
Are people giving up on fun and joining the dark side? If you can't beat them, join them?
I WON A HEARTHSTONE GAME, ADDRENALINE RUSH!! LIFE IS GOOD! JUST ONE MORE GAME AND I'LL FEEL EVEN BETTER! HAHA, YES, YES, CONCEDE, I WAS GOING TO WIN ANYWAY!!
Is this the mind of the person on the other side?
GM is cancelled, the format was bad anyway. Keeping players on a payroll to take part in exclusive events based on a good year they had was a poor choice, and kept players currently performing well away from this exclusive club for no good reason.
As for why they play the deck, it's simple. Maybe it didn't get through your brain yet, but people like to win. Wild is a very warped format in which only the extreme decks survive. Extreme damage hunter, pew pewing away through insane amounts of health, extremely aggressive warrior, or burn mage, but there are decks that can go extremely defensive and win sometimes. A format is all about understanding what is used, what is viable, and how to beat that or beat the things that beat that.
But that's not why you play wild, is it? You play it because you are hard stuck in diamond in standard and you are hoping that wild is an easier climb because it has a much smaller player base. And you think it is easy. But players want to win in wild too. If you don't like the format, don't play it. Also if you want to play meme homebrews you should stop caring if you win or not, because clearly it hurts you.
Thanks, that was definitely the pep talk I needed to get my day back on track.
I'm just a big salty baby that can't handle life. You really didn't need to topdeck lethal on my soul there.
I actually don't play wild at all, I was simply making a narrative on people in general, but you know what, I guess it's true. People just like to win, so do I. I get salty when I lose. How to fix it? Play only the best ranked decks and maybe then I can feel good about myself.
This is a self fulfilling prophecy. I'm going to go craft odd-questline hunter and play wild and when I lose THEN -
Then I know I'm truly a worthless piece of human garbage.