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    posted a message on Mini-set change anything?

    A new no-brainer deck - pain lock, and rainbow dk having better tempo.

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    posted a message on Multiple New Rogue Cards Revealed

    All are crap. 

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    posted a message on Molestar Shaman

     Nice meme deck 

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    posted a message on Please fix the meta

    Switch to arena. Let them delete standard.

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    posted a message on Suspicious
    Quote from Zizka>>

    I don't. I don't think you do either. I think you cherry picked bits and pieces to support your argument and are trying really hard to make the piece fit into the puzzle when it doesn't seem to.  

    I understand the document very well. I work in an industry where we monitor our customers like rats so we can manipulate them to spend money. On the other hand, what proof do you have that the whole ecosystem is not controlled and manipulated? As I said, whenever a consumer queues in a game, the consumer assumes that there are equal chances of winning the game, but again, if you try to read that document, you can find out that you don't have all the time equal chances of winning. Is there any explicit information when you queue that you may be queued in games where we can adjust your MMR, giving the opponent a perfect draw, or we may queue you in games just to advertise our cards? Nooo, you assume that you are playing according to the law of basic probabilities. 

    Thus, you make an assumption based on corporation's trustworthy, I make assumption on a legal document. Who is closer to the truth?

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    posted a message on Suspicious
    Quote from Zizka >>

    I think it's cool you've provided something to back up your claims....

    You can read again the patent and discover that It's all about maintaining a certain emotional state of the consumer to generate the highest amount of profit, and I am not going to fight with a corporation and its drones, but think at this... They have such a patent, players are noticing patterns where they see the game being manipulated, exactly like in the patent, so it's obvious that there are higher chances of this game being manipulated, no matter how much gaslighting the drones are making.

    I'll waste my time to explain you this statement, because you can't understand a document, but you want huge data proof from me.

    In one implementation, the microtransaction engine may target particular players to make game-related purchases based on their interests. For example, the microtransaction engine may identify a junior player to match with a marquee player based on a player profile of the junior player. In a particular example, the junior player may wish to become an expert sniper in a game (e.g., as determined from the player profile). The microtransaction engine may match the junior player with a player that is a highly skilled sniper in the game. In this manner, the junior player may be encouraged to make game-related purchases such as a rifle or other item used by the marquee player.

    So, it sounds like the algorithm gives a benefit to the junior player, to improve his skill, but in reality is this:

    You have a player that spent currency, and one that didn't spent currency. The one that didn't spent currency doesn't queue in the game to get a show off game of the legendary that the algorithm wants him to buy, the player queues to enjoy the game, this is the player assumption, but the algorithm decides to punish him for not spending enough currency, of course, everything in the benefit of the player to improve the deck, skill etc...

    How can you ask for data after reading just this statement of the patent? Are you serious?

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    posted a message on Suspicious

    You don't have any evidence for any of that, you're starting from your conclusion (I feel like I get unlucky too often so the game must be manipulating its RNG somehow) and working backwards from there.

     There is a lot of evidence. There is a blizzard patent for the matchmaking system where you can adjust the whole game outcome using some variables/controls to give a player higher chance of winning so that player can feel "good". The system wants everyone to feel "good".  https://patents.google.com/patent/US20160001181A1/en 

    They sometimes match you against decks that may convince you to spend money to craft those decks.

    In one implementation, the microtransaction engine may target particular players to make game-related purchases based on their interests. For example, the microtransaction engine may identify a junior player to match with a marquee player based on a player profile of the junior player. In a particular example, the junior player may wish to become an expert sniper in a game (e.g., as determined from the player profile). The microtransaction engine may match the junior player with a player that is a highly skilled sniper in the game. In this manner, the junior player may be encouraged to make game-related purchases such as a rifle or other item used by the marquee player.

    In one implementation, when a player makes a game-related purchase, the microtransaction engine may encourage future purchases by matching the player (e.g., using matchmaking described herein) in a gameplay session that will utilize the game-related purchase. Doing so may enhance a level of enjoyment by the player for the game-related purchase, which may encourage future purchases. For example, if the player purchased a particular weapon, the microtransaction engine may match the player in a gameplay session in which the particular weapon is highly effective, giving the player an impression that the particular weapon was a good purchase. This may encourage the player to make future purchases to achieve similar gameplay results.

    So please stop calling some people paranoids because everyone who took this game seriously knows how it works. It's not a game of skill for 99%, it's just following the meta created by the algorithm. Look at the top 3 decks atm. How can you say this is a game of skill and the matchmaking system is based on skill?

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    posted a message on Suspicious

    @Baldassar

    It's not bs, I've noticed that too.

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    posted a message on Suspicious

    The matchmaking system is rigged. There is an AI that knows how decks perform one against the others, and it tries to keep you at 50% win rate after a certain rank. If you have a big streak, it will match you against a hard counter with a perfect draw. The AI can control which decks can climb or not.

    The card draw is rigged too, they already have the Zphyrs code and they can use it to make you feel lucky and blessed by the AI drawing system.

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    posted a message on Group therapy! Need to blow off steam? Mega salty? Here is the place! V2

    Who the hell is still playing aggro druid atm? Are these bots?

    Posted in: General Discussion
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    posted a message on Mill Druid - 40 Card

    best deck to troll the ladder

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    posted a message on Not Combo! Not Quest! THIS IS VALUE!!!

    GOOD DECK!

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    posted a message on [D5] Hala Madrid Explosive sheep

    No, the deck should perform better after the patch nerfs. I only got D2 with this. The meta is too shitty, but the deck is fun.

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    posted a message on A couple DK fix ideas.. this is ridiculous

    The blood spec is dumb and boring. Plz kill it

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