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    posted a message on Wisdomball is the worst treasure
    Quote from Arivaali >>

    It is the most fun thing for sure. And one of the strongest. I won against heroic Jepetto Joybuzz with my 23 Babbling books hunter deck because of Wisdomball. It did not help much the whole game, but it cleared the board once and in the right time. Otherwise I would lose.

    The worst one is double health I think.

     double health is amazing when combined with Blood Magic

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    posted a message on Wisdomball is the worst treasure

    nah, the worst is the one that draws to extra cards every turn. Unless you're playing hard combo it just has no upside

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    posted a message on Warlock SN1P-SN4P will be insane!!

    I'd actually rather t ry it in Standard with Summoning POrtal. Add Walnut Sprite and Ghostly Militia and you have a neat swarming core...but no finisher, so you probably still lose

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    posted a message on Reckless Experimenter nerf text should have been on Sn1p-Sn4p instead!

    because BLizzard, don't think too much about it

     

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    posted a message on Reckless Experimenter Nerf Coming June 3

    what's not so great is that those combos happen in the first place due to lack of foresight

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    posted a message on Reckless Experimenter Nerf Coming June 3

    I suppose "Dreadsteeding" is an official term now at this point

    I just wish it was because of a much more interesting card instead of Harvest Golem on roids

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    posted a message on Reckless Experimenter Nerf

    thank god, although I'M kind of sad we have to nerf a really cool card because they felt the need to print some very basic legendary that probably won't even see that much play anyways

    was really hoping for Experimenter to eventually become the center piece of some Talanji/Bwonsamdi deck,  but I guess I can scratch that now.

    On the upside, I get 800 dust back and also they might print some better deathrattles for priest now that they won't have to worry about hard abuse in Priest

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    posted a message on 5 Great Decks for for the Post-Nerf Meta

    lmao, Blizzard nerfs Elysiana because it makes games go for too long and the first thing people do is try and find a way to abuse it anyways.

    then everyone complains about how boring the game gets

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    posted a message on Reckless Experimenter nerf before buffs in June?
    Quote from ManThighs >>

    No need to nerf it. It's not like priest are good right now and the proposed combo still has many counters. 

     not it doesn't at all

    taunts don't work because Mass Dispel, Secrets don't work because Chief Inspector, killing doesn't work because Coppertail Imposter, Freezing doesn't work because Silence

    Any deck that can't remove a  stealthed 4/4 by turn 4 just straight up dies.

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    posted a message on Is SN1P-SN4P too good?

    well, I always suspected Coppertail would break the game somehow....

    gg to any deck without non-target removal

    Hunterstone it is  boys

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    posted a message on Prieststone Inc.......

    you don't understand, it's to counter the giant spamming mages :^)

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    posted a message on Is SN1P-SN4P too good?

    it's vaguely better thatn HG on its own. 2 1/1 are mildly better than a single 2/1. Magnetic is great asset, but it's not like Replicating Menace is breaking the meta,

    The echo will probably rarely come into play. You want this in a tempo deck like Mech Hunter (or some Mech-Zoo variants) soo most of the time you'll just drop it on curve. Might come in handy as a topdeck later in the game.

    I just really don't get why they would print this at all. Magnetic is a broken mechanic and the decks that use it already do well

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    posted a message on CARD BUFFS???? Finally realising!!!

    I'M not sure how I feel about this tbh: I guess they picked Boomsday because it was the least impactful set of recent memory, but still... some of these seem almost reckless.

    LIke, why did LUna's pocket galaxy need to be buffed? It's not ever gonna be really good and if it was it would be pretty terrible to play against.

    Iether way, at least this is new and exciting

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    posted a message on Game of Thrones is disappointing
    Quote from Thezzy >>

    That Drogon understood the complexities of Dany and the Iron Throne without having seen any of it felt a bit of a stretch but OK, Dragons are intelligent and magical so sure.

    But how did Grey Worm not just instantly execute Jon on the spot? Like he would care about the Northern response. I was sure Jon would instantly be dead, as he is far too honorable to try and get away or something like that.

    My own version:

    I did image the entire thing to end differently due to vast conflicting differences between Jon and Dany and Jon being too honorable (just like Ned) to kill her for the sake of everyone else. I also would have preferred Rhaegal to have died in the Battle of King's Landing to give a Dany a more acceptable reason for snapping and giving some more realistic credit to the scorpions.

    I imagined that between Jon and Dany the conversation would lead to Jon outright stating he cannot follow a queen that would burn cities to the ground that had already surrendered and were full of innocent people (and then Jon would be far more emotional and fuming about it). Dany would in turn consider him a traitor for it and try and have him executed in the Great Hall (to also ensure he can never take the throne from her as Aegon). Naturally Dany would use Drogon for this, but this time, Drogon (knowing Jon and seeing Dany act strangely) would hesitate, causing Dany to maddingly scream to burn Jon. The Northern forces present would try to intervene but are held back by Unsullied and Dothraki. Drogon now sees the madness in Dany's eyes and outright refuses to burn Jon, sending Dany over the edge that her own dragon won't listen to her.

    Ordering Grey Worm to do it instead, Drogon then gets in between (as Jon is also a Targaryen) to defend him. Dany, lost in madness, orders Grey Worm to kill Jon anyway, causing Drogon to knock him away and the Unsullied to raise theirs spears against him. Drogon then looks at Dany, tearfully wondering if she would truly let them harm him. With Jon still in danger, Drogon lets Jon mount him and tries to slowly move away, causing Dany to get up and scream to the Unsullied to kill Jon, making them attack. Drogon angrily attacks back and burn some of them. Seeing how far her mother is now gone, Drogon whimperingly but with fury locks faces with Dany before melting the Iron Throne with his fire and moving off. Jon sees the Northern forces from Drogon's back and orders them to retreat and leave the city. With Drogon now effectively on Jon's side, the Unsullied and Dothraki can't prevent them from doing so.

    Jon, having had more than enough of fighting and bloodshed, falls back to far outside of King's Landing with the Northern forces and Drogon, hoping that without Drogon and only half of the Unsullied and Dothraki (due to the Battle of Winterfell) that Dany can't make good on her vision of ruling the world. Jon orders the Northern forces to make camp some distance away from King's Landing and together with Drogon mourns the loss of the Dany they knew and loved.

    Dany, fuming at the thought that her own dragon switches sides (to Jon of all people) only worsens her condition and sees them all as traitors. Grey Worm (still alive as Drogon only knocked him away) comes up with a plan to attack the Northern camp under cover of night, sneaking into the camp and bringing her Jon's head. The few remaining Dothraki would wait outside the camp and ensure no one escapes. Even though Jon now has Drogon and the Northern forces are still formidable, both Grey Worm and Dany are clearly lost to rage and Dany agrees to the plan.

    During the following night, the Unsulled begin to sneak into the camp, killing anyone who may give them away. Grey Worm finds the main tent that is Jon's but finds it empty. Jon was unable to sleep with everything that had happened and is wondering outside the camp with his thoughts. Hearing some noises, he begins to return to the camp and is quickly spotted by the Unsullied. Before he can alert his men, Grey Worm throws his spear at him, which Jon can't completely dodge and is hit in the shoulder. Suddenly Drogon roars loudly, having been nearby covered by the darkness. His roar wakes up all the Northen men and a big melee ensures. Drogon defends Jon from any Unsullied as Davos and some Northern men reach Jon and tend to him as they see the Dothraki joining in with the Unsullied.

    With Unsullied/Dothraki and Northerners mixed together in a big melee, Drogon can only effectively defend Jon as breathing fire would burn down the Northern troops as well. Jon sees this and has Davos order the Northern men to try and come together and form something of a battle line to give Drogon patches of Unsullied/Dothraki to target. This works only partially due to the chaos of combat but eventually Drogon is able to pick off enough Unsullied/Dothraki to force a stalemate as both sides begin to form battle lines.

    With the Unsullied having failed to kill them all in their sleep, Jon (injured but alive) struggles to get near the front and orders Grey Worm to stand down, noting that Drogon will burn him and all of the Unsullied and Dothraki if he doesn't and that there has been far too much bloodshed already. Jon tries to appeal to Grey Worm that Dany has gone mad and that it should end here. Grey Worm, still competely loyal to Dany and tired of Jon's words and attempts at what he sees as weakness, throws another spear at Jon in defiance, but only hits another Northerner. Before Jon can even say anything, the enraged Northeners attack the Unsullied and Drogon burns the Unsullied/Dothraki rear with his fire.

    By early dawn, Jon with the remaining Northenerns and Drogon stand victorious but again at a massive loss of life. Jon is still being tended too, looking completely (heart)broken having seen so much unneeded slaughter at the hands of his former love. With Dany now only having a token force to defend herself with and no dragon, Davos urges Jon to finish it for the sake of everyone. Jon clearly still struggles with the thought but realizes there is no other way and has his remaining forces and Drogon march back towards King's Landing.

    Once there the remaining Unsullied still loyally attempt to defend their queen but are swiftly defeated. To Jon's surprise, what few Dothraki still remain are nowhere to be seen. As Jon and his forces move towards the Great Hall, Dany's screams and ravings slowly become louder and Jon's remaining composure begins to fall apart. Finding Dany sitting next to the smoldered mess that was once the Iron Throne and Drogon arriving through the massive gap in the Great Hall, Jon tells her tearfully that it's over. Dany, shaking and with madness and tiredness clearly in her eyes loudly raves to Jon at first but then aims her fury at Drogon. Screaming that he betrayed her and that it's all his fault and even throwing some rocks at him, Drogon can only whimper at his mother's painful and crazed behavior.

    As Jon nears, one hand on Longclaw, Dany screams at him to do it, to murder his own queen in front her only remaining child (Drogon). Crying, Jon instead just hugs her, knowing full well that Dany is no longer any threat just by herself without no forces to command. As Dany raves and cries he orders Davos to put her in chains and lock her away, falling to the floor in despair with Drogon nearing in shared grief.

    Jon then gathers with the remaining leaders and noblemen and discuss the future as a temporary new council. While many want Dany's head, Jon strongly denies this, once again stating that there has been enough killing and that Dany is no longer any threat and will remain in captivity under heavy guard for all time. The council then turns to who should now be king. Jon immediately states he never wanted the throne, even noting that there isn't even an Iron Throne to begin with. The council quickly notes however that many saw Jon trying to stop the carnage in King's Landing, is popular with both his men and the people and that many of the people believe that he is the one who stopped Dany by taking Drogon away from her. The people want him and Davos reminds him that if he wants to ensure peace and stop any further bloodshed, taking the throne is the best way to do it. Knowing Davos is right, Jon reluctantly accepts and is crowned King of the Seven Kingsdoms, ending hostilities and bringing peace to the realm.

     Okay, that went on a bit longer than expected. Oh well.

     no you misunderstand

    Drogon flew up there, saw Dany with a knife sticking out of her chest, then spots the chair made of swords and puts two and two together :^)

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    posted a message on Game of Thrones is disappointing
    Quote from macadow >>

    oh yeah, why exactly was Tormund waiting at Castle Black? Did he just kind of hope Jon would come along at some point?

     Actually he said, they would w8 until the end of the winter.

     fair enough, can't expect me to listen to all of the inept dialogue

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