What are you playing, OP? Could be warlock's just a bad matchup for your deck.
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May 5, 2021Posted in: 2 Drop Beasts Are Bad
The reason would be that Tavish is Not The Best, so a deck that tries to play him is going to suffer. This is just the best way to try and implement his gameplan because your deathrattles make a persistent board of beasts.
I'm not here to win all the time, I'm here to play only hunter and try to find ways to make the cards work. You want high winrate with high game turnover rate you want to stick to face hunter.
May 1, 2021Posted in: General Discussion
You would actually be increasing your loss rate, though. Logically speaking, there is always the chance that you *win* those bad matchups. By instantly skipping that matchup you rob yourself of that opportunity; You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.
I also just see nothing but problems with the implementation of this idea. Is Hearthstone going to take time before each game to check the class of either player? What if there are two archetypes in a single class? Is it supposed to read the deck of your opponent, deduce the style of deck being played, and then skip the matchup for you? What if it f's up, and skips a zoo matchup you might have won because it thought it was a control-lock instead (or vice versa)?
Furthermore, do both players need to opt in? What if you've opted to do this and I haven't, but I still get to see that 3 players that day have just... decided not to play with me? I play this game to brew weird decks and test my wits against my opponent, not to auto-succeed because they gave up as soon as they saw my class. If that was how I got to legend I'd be pissed.
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