This deck is like Jesus on a pogo. I feel like hacking when playing this D:
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May 12, 2015Posted in: Fan Creations
That has to be the single rudest comment I have read on this forum.
The Original Poster spent time crafting this for fun / enjoyment and because you couldn't read what forum you were in you decide to leave that kind of feedback, for shame dude.
Anyway I love the design of this boss, really captures the feeling of the original encounter in ZG, I like the idea of the spirits aiding you.
Its a great way to tackle it without using my suggestion below (which would require a whole new Aura / animation to be built)
My only note was I pictured the spirits having some form of Aura (like the female drawf whos name escapes me from BRM) that when the hero dies instead destroy this minion and resurrect the hero.
Also another note, you may wish to link to your previous article in case someone like me stumbles across this and wants to see your previous work.
May 3, 2015Posted in: Fan Creations
Priests can have a whole lot of silence cards to make use of this effect. The irony is this card will always die to earth shock. it's a 5 mana board clear with mass dispel which hasn't been seen in ranked for ages, it's 1 mana less that lightbomb but requires 2 cards and one of which is a legendary but it does clear everything so there's that, plus it might buff up Ishanah quite a lot. This also supports a controlish aggro priest if you have Silence in your hand you can have a 3/3 on turn 1 while removing your opponents turn 1 minion. You can also turn 1 Ishanah turn 2 ironbeak owl for a badass early board presence. Wouldn't it be swell to have a legendary that you can mulligan for if you so choose, but seriously that mass dispel combo would be the next soulpriest circle combo.
Apr 29, 2015Posted in: General Deck Building
Take out the Azure Drakes, they are a poor choice for a class that typical only runs two spells (2x Consecration). I don't think that Rend needs a spot in the current meta which is mostly aggro and zoo, which is why you should also have 2 Chows and maybe find room for a Juggler.
As usual aggro will limit innovation post-BRM and many of the slots you want to be playing interesting new dragon cards will just have to be substituted for plain old anti-aggro cards. We will have to be very picky about which cards that do not directly function as anti-aggro we can include.
In Hearthstone you either play aggro or play anti-aggro with anti-aggro tech making up 1/3 or more of your deck and try to fit in some kind of late game win condition with the rest, Dragon Paladin will sadly have to be the same ie. "standard anti-aggro Paladin early game" (2 Chow 2 Minibot 2 Muster 2 Consecrate at least 1 Belcher 1 LoH/Healbot and so on) and with the few space left put your 2x Consorts and some late games Dragons to try and finish the game.
Aggro, be it mech mage, zoo or facehunter, all have enough tools to punish all deck types in the game with very little risk at running low cost minions. Single card additions such as Quickshot or Imp Gang Boss only serve to undermine in one fell swoop a large majority of the other BRM cards.
Dec 10, 2014Posted in: General Discussion
Are people seriously looking for ways to blame Blizzard for their mistake?
This entire thread is SOO funny from a psychological perspective! (This isn't targeted towards you RaddinHS, but everyone making the same comment)
Many MANY of you are exhibiting an extremely common psychological phenomenon called the "fundamental attribution error", which is described "In social psychology, the fundamental attribution error, also known as the correspondence bias or attribution effect, is people's tendency to place an undue emphasis on internal characteristics to explain someone else's behavior in a given situation, rather than considering external factors."
For example, say you are eating lunch in a cafeteria and you see someone trip and drop their food, you are likely to think, "Gee he or she must be clumsy!" But say the next day you trip in the cafeteria you are more likely to then say, "This floor is uneven, someone really should fix this it is a safety hazard!"
Relating to this, all of you saying that these people are stupid, etc. I have a STRONG feeling your story would be MUCH different if you had made a similar mistake, and you would instead be saying "Blizzard shouldn't make it so easy to make this mistake!" instead of, "Gee I'm stupid!"
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