Anybody with a lvl 60 character would have 4 copies of basic cards. 2 plain, 2 gold. How's that a bug?
Sac Pact should have never worked on a hero in the first place. That's just stupid and an obscene way for rogues to beat warlock.
Jaraxxus is not a Hero, is a Minion, and you play as Minion when you use him.
Remember his battlecry: Destroy your Hero and replace It with Lord Jaraxxus.
Once the battlecry triggers, he is a hero. Cards like Mind Blast will damage him.
Why should Sac Pact be an exception.
They should remove the interaction period, it never should have existed in the first place for so many reasons. It's highly inconsistent with the way spells work in this game. Since when would a minion target spell work on somebodies hero? I get they it was for lolz originally but in all seriousness it's wrong. I don't care what your opinion is of Jaxx as far as viability in the meta, the point stands.
Nowhere in the text of Sacrificial Pact will you find the word "minion."
It targets a Demon. Jaraxxus is a Demon.
If anything, we should be hearing more complaints about Hungry Crab not killing Morgl. I would love to see that fixed.
Light's champion silences a demon, yet it cannot target Jar. Malganis boosts demon health, but Jar remains at 15. Neither of them specified minions only.
If it was pulled out via dirty rat or other means, I agree it is a minion and sac pact should work. Once the battlecry triggers, that character is a hero, which cannot be targeted by minion only spells like siphon soul. Why should sac pact be an exception
Literally just crafted 2 Town Criers and Boom, Mad Genius yesterday as well after getting bored of quest shaman. I was wondering why I was getting such garbage discovers today but I guess that answers that. Classic Blizzard move to nerf cards/ decks in a way that avoids giving dust refunds.
Town Criers are not discover cards. Not affected by the patch
I always wonder why people complain about 2 legendaries per class. Sure, it makes owning the whole expansion more expensive but as many have pointed out, you do not need all cards to play a decent deck. A deck is made of 30 cards and that's all you need to play.
In the past when each class only had one legendary per expansion, it was very sad for the class lovers when the legendary was a flop.
Now there are 2 legendaries, at least one will be useful. In fact, it creates more deck variety. Quest Paladin makes use of the quest, while murloc Paladin uses Finley, although it is simply treated as a murloc.
Also, each deck makes use of only 1-3 new legendary cards from the latest expansion. Unless you are a brand new player, you should have most of the cards from previous expansions
Guys. Seriously. A "no politics rule" is conpletely normal for all sports. Seriously. To enforce this has the benefits of not having political discussions (like this one) after each GM match, because someone did say something pro China, the other Pro Hong Kong. This rule has reasons and it makes sports apolitical, which is good.
Enforcing this does *not* say that Blizzard agrees or disagrees with HK, it says that they want politics out of this.
Imagine Blizzard would have not done this. Suddenly the whole GM will be about who speaks out against China, which player does not and is loyal. You have discussions about who wears a red shirt and discussions about Taiwan.
That is NOT an environment that is good for Hearthstone.
Again, the cause might align with your view, but you nees to separate this here.