Werner#1986 EU Trade only and you go first. Smash my face fast :) Done with SeventhSon
Lol what at rank 15 you should be able to win with like every deck. Skill cap is very low at rank 15 compared to 5. You lack skill if you lose 10 games in a row that’s for sure e
The only difference between rank 15 and 5 is the decks you face. The "skill" level is about the same.
In my opionion its quite the opposite. The decks on rank 15 are pretty much all netdecks. Maybe a few less tier 1 decks but enough. The difference is more about the skill or playtime. Yes I know people say that there is no skill in HS ( what is wrong imo) but its pretty clear that people in those ranks just dont play with their opponents cards in mind (board clears etc) and just play their own hand. People in this ranks just dont know the decklists, rank 5+ most people know the most meta lists and can make decisions with this knowledge.
Obviously it does a lot. Having this card 2 turns later makes it a lot worse.
Passing up turn 9 is bigger deal then doing on turn 7 because the opponent will normally have a stronger board and additional he has 2 more turns to finish of the warrior. Keeping it in your starting hand is also a lot riskier now. Hero power can safe you far later.
Dont know how someone would not see that this makes controll warrior quite a bit worse.
Playing since beta and i never had more then 1 legendary in a pack.
In my experience mana cheating murloc paladin isnt a big problem for conrtoll warrior at all. Yes he can mana cheat two times but you have 2 Brawls and 2 Warpath. So if you find 2 out of 4 before he finds 2 out of 2 you basically won the game. Eternium Rover, Dynomatic and Mummy can deal just fine before that.
The rogue qiest is mediocre at best just gets outbeaten by druid, shaman which are the best ones. That Said quests beeing different in strengh is nothing new in ungoro was the same.
I dunno, they both seem really weak to pressure. I haven't lost to either. The Rogue quest is just really good for board control and I really think when things settle it's gonna be in a better spot than Quest Shaman or Quest Druid (Though I'm looking forward to playing with quest druid. It's not the strength difference that perplexes me, it's the weird requirement imbalance that does.
The requirement imbalance? Then druid quest should be the most broken. You can get it on turn 4 or 5 every time. Shaman quest isnt hard to get either. Imo rogue quest is worse then those two and you dont get it done faster if you dont have the best possible draw.
Anyone else thinks the same?
I had him as 10th boss and my paladin deck was really op and had not problems at all before but i stand no chance against this boss. If you cant clear the first minions the turn he plays them he just gonna wipe your board and face with his spells all the time. And clearing them is kinda hard because he has a mana advantage on you.
Any advices how you guys did it?
Build a deck that may beat control warrior now, cause you will face tones of it after the Sn1p release and the buffs. Maybe rabbit rogue is an out for you.
What ? Snip Snap does nothing for warrior, if anything it makes mech hunter and mech pala stronger and this decks have a good match up versus warrior.