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    posted a message on Game Etiquette
    Quote from AUzg >>

    A part of game etiquette should be to be bold enough to play netdecks in ranked, not casual. Also, when you see me playing stupid Divine Shield minions without any thought put into gameplay (obviously for my daily), just let me play 10 of them.

    /rant

     HAHAHAHA! I literally did this yesterday! :-)
    15 Divine Shield minions in game 1.
    15 Demons in game 2! 
    :-P  I didn't even play for win. I just spammed out the minions as fast as possible for Teh Goldz! :-)
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    posted a message on Game Etiquette

    Precursor : This thread involves a topic which is heavily based in opinion and personal preference. Everyone's going to have a different view, I expect!...

    Back in the day, when Hearthstone was still fairly new, I used to see a lot of threads about etiquette when it came to using the chat emotes.
    Most of the time these got ignored, mainly because one man's etiquette is another man's troll at times - and the emotes are limited, so there's not a lot you  can / can't do.
    (Though spamming was generally considered bad form back then).

    So that said, I noticed a comment on the "Salty" thread which mentioned about a person playing a "pirate deck" saying "Well Played!" before their lethal / finisher. While I get the frustration of the fact that it's a pirate deck (and though I have actually yet to come up against one, I gather they are irritating to play against), it got me wondering:

    Is it no longer good form to say "Well Played" on your finishing turn?
    Should you only say "Well Played" AFTER you have dealt lethal?
    Sometimes you can bluff your way to a concede win by saying WP and making the opponent think you've won already. I admit I've done this once or twice before. What are people's thoughts on this?

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    posted a message on Pirate warrior is the best!

    I hear pirate warrior is pretty good now.
    Is that right?
    Should I go find a net deck for it?

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    posted a message on Why all the top decks are "Linear" and boring?

    I particularly like the fact that there are now finally enough dragons in the collection that you have to actually consider which ones to include! *Shock!* :-P

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    posted a message on Why all the top decks are "Linear" and boring?

    I think the most fun (and overpowered-feeling) deck I've played in a long time is my Dragon Priest.
    So much so, in fact, that I ended up stopping playing it because the wins became a little boring at times - but it's my go-to for completing Priest quests.

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