Supercollider, and the deal damage to all but mechs dude for board control.
If you pick only two of these, you will probably have a pretty decent run.
Wild Growth in Odd Druid? Yeah, maybe.
On the other hand: I don't know. They kinda kill the whole "ramp core identity" of druid. I always liked the idea of the basic cards giving the class some kind of stable identity.
But people will probably get used to it.
Blizzard actually managed the Rumble Run to feel like a bad Tavern Brawl:
Grab the prize and never touch it again.
It's really a shame how they just increased the rng-factor (Dungeon Run > Monster Hunt > this) by basically adding no new content. That's at least how I feel. DR was fairly balanced, MH already had some weird OP bosses. But RR is just out of control. Some matchups are instant concedes, even vs the 2nd or 3rd boss.
I really enjoy playing Dungeon Run. When a quest pops up, I gladly play some games. Witchwood...well, yeah, if I have too.
But I don't think i will ever play Rumble Run voluntarily again after grabbing the card back.
That old-school style list is pretty outdated, use this list as a core (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_TINkYHh7w) and change to adapt to the meta you are facing
The whole thread is pretty outdated...
Someone dug deep.
All of them, depending on how I like certain decks. Why would I rule out a class?
When a new deck comes up why should I care about which hero it belongs to.
I'm a bad Rogue player though. Constructed and especially arena. Haven't even reached level 60 with it yet.
The economic model of Artifact is beyond dumb. Good luck.
U kidding me? The economic model is what collectible cards were all about when they became popular in the mid 90's. U basically can go infinite with just 20 dollars upfront.
Ive seen a lot of doubts about Artifact concerning many aspects but each time i see someone going against its economy i just FacePalm on spot.
You surely have an interesting definition of the word infinite.
Care to share it with us?
Yep. Shudderwock and Taunt Druid should definitely do the job.
Just tried out the final boss fight, which was the only one i found a bit harder when Kara was released. No problem with Hadronox. Does basically the same thing Kel'Thuzad did back in the days.
Man I just love arena. I rushed my opponent down to 8, but I had no hand and no board left and went into topdeck mode.
Bone Drake gives me, of course, Emeriss. I topdeck Leeroy (which i drafted) and play Emeriss.
Opponent has a full board, goes face, and decides to kill Emeriss with his poisonous taunt minion.
12/4 Leeroy incoming.
I felt a little bad for this guy, though it was clearly a misplay on his side.