Damn you Ben Brode!!!
Damn you Team 5!!!
The more I look at these dk's the more I am thinking the more they are played it is like autoconcede. Some of them impact your opponent's strategy, which is an awful mechanic. Others are so OP that it is like why continue. Is this going to be WOLK in WoW for Hearthstone? WOLK was great. Many people wished it was like vanilla or BC. Then pandas came...what can I say...do they just have no where to go with the game?
Well first off, the game has pretty much always been Rock-Paper-Scissors (except after WoG when it was just Midrange Shaman in power) because that's simply how it works: Aggro beats Midrange, Midrange beats Control and Control beats Aggro. And as for other strong decks, Lyra Combo Priest and Zoolock/Discolock are still running pretty strong even though they both require a decent amount of RNG. And when it comes down to the matchup between Aggro Hunter and Taunt Warrior, my Stampede Hunter has actually stood up pretty decently to Taunt Warriors, especially with Dinomancy on hand. Of course, I'd still call it my worst matchup with Aggro Hunter compared to the other decks you have mentioned here.
It is, but it's kinda unfair to the opponent.
I am working to try to make a stealth themed Rogue viable. It is challenging, but I am having some moderate success. Here is the card list
|Minion (18)||Ability (12)|
I really get why anyone would hate this site, but the reason you are meantioning isn't really the site's fault, that's like some people's fault. What do you want the site to do about this? A solid system where you have to accept all decks before the get published?
So today, I log on to Hearthstone to get my pawnage on and all the sudden, I start seeing Druid Beast decks - like 5 right in a row. I am like, what the hell is going on here. Then, low and behold, I visit Heathpwn and there it is ThijsNL's token beast druid first on the list. So maybe it is not this site I really hate, it is the laziness of people who can't create anything for themselves and rely on a website to do their thinking for them. Where is the fun in that? Ugh!
Well, ripping off Elder Scrolls Legends makes sense, since it's a better game and about to launch.
The reason why is because they're releasing a scheduled patch on that date and they don't want to have to release patches every 2 weeks because getting releases on the Google Play store and Apple App Store is a pain in the ass. They've said previously that they're looking into ways to fix this, but for now they can only do these updates by releasing a whole new client patch and this is the system we have.
How do you know if the game is better or not without trying out the nerfs and seeing how the meta adjusts? Would you rather they not make the adjustments and wait another month for the release for anything else to change?