Well, I played wild until I reached Platinum rank and from there forward all I see are 3 decks, Secret Mage, Zoo Self-Damage Warlock and Resurrect Big Priest.
All the cards in the world made available and people just netdeck and play 3 decks. Why people buy packs with real money for if they end up using a very small limited pool of them?
I realize that am probably exaggerating things but playing Wild just proved to be the same as Standard. People netdecking with no promise of experimenting and making their own homebrewed decks. I am curious what happens with the physical TCG, if they too experience netdecking
This 'homebrew' culture is a self inflicted play style though, people like you need to realise this.
Deck building is a completely different skill/activity that some like, some don't, some are good at other aren't. The inability or lack of enjoyment one gets from deck building shouldn't (and doesn't) prevent them from playing card games.
This is a hilariously myopic, apologist's reply to what is an endemic issue with Hearthstone, and many games like it.
The heavy-handed, one-way bias in this post that is unaware of it's own hypocrisy is just staggering.
... which is, of course, completely predictable.