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    posted a message on New Legendary Warrior Card Reveal - The Boomship

    What about an equipped Blood Razor with 1 durability?

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    posted a message on Legendary Tier List & Crafting Guide
    Quote from BootyLuong >>
    Quote from elporsche1990 >>

    Hey guys quick question: would you recommend me crafting a Twig of the World Tree or Baron Geddon?

    • In favor of Twig: I have the rest of the deck and Druid is one of the classes I main.
    • In favor of Baron: it's evergreen, my other main classes are Mage and Warrior and I have most of big spells mage (need alanna and the second keysmith); I play a variation of questless quest mage.

    Thanks!

    Just my Opinion...

    But both are good crafts for their respective decks RIGHT NOW, but with an expansion in like two weeks, twig may become obsolete with Floop potentially becoming the new combo enabler.

    Baron Geddon is a classic card and I have no doubts it will pop in and out of the meta from time to time. So he is probably a safe craft.

    I would definitely wait on Twig though. Maly druid is really fun and a great deck. Probably one of my personal favourites right now. But for this one definitely wait until after the Boomsday meta settles.

     

     Seems reasonable. Thanks!

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    posted a message on Legendary Tier List & Crafting Guide

    Hey guys quick question: would you recommend me crafting a Twig of the World Tree or Baron Geddon?

    • In favor of Twig: I have the rest of the deck and Druid is one of the classes I main.
    • In favor of Baron: it's evergreen, my other main classes are Mage and Warrior and I have most of big spells mage (need alanna and the second keysmith); I play a variation of questless quest mage.

    Thanks!

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    posted a message on The Hearthstone Global Games Begin!
    Quote from FrostyFeetEU >>

    Ok, I switched it now. English is a lot harder than I thought.

     It can be understood through thorough thought, though.

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    posted a message on DUST per DOLLAR value of BOOMSDAY Bundles, compared to WW Bundle and regular purchases, a guide.
    Quote from cassetto >>

    Hello folks, I made this calculation and posted it on another thread (here: Activision-Blizzard has gone too far with the Mega Bundle), but it's buried under 14 pages of toxic posting and general misinformation. I think it's an useful tool for those who want to buy a bundle or two, and get an idea of the returned value.

    Please don't take it as set in stone as a lot of details regarding pack opening randomness are known only to blizzard itself and the concept of pity timer itself is still somehow aleatory. Below an extract of my original comment (containing the "how to read this" info) and conclusions. Please feel free to correct me or the calculation, this could and wants to be useful to anyone.

    "This is a mathematical analysis based on data from Blizzard itself and data on Hearthstone wiki, such as average dust value per pack (102.71) and legendary pity timer set at 40. Keeping in mind that for a new expansion the pity timer is set to an initial value of 10.
    This analysis keeps the DUST on DOLLARS as a primary unit of measure, since it's the only one that could be applied in this case. Sentimental value for a Hero pic or a card back cannot be quantified and I believe that if someone WANTS that hero, he'll get it anyway.

    I also used a theoretical NON GOLD legendary card value as a unit for the pity timer, since it's impossible to calculate the chances of getting a golden legendary, and it's only a plus when it happens.

    Please see the attached image, I'm willing to share the google spreadsheet file to anyone. 

    TL:DR: Blizzard is going far yes...in giving you a great offer. Buying 130 cards from them from these bundles you're getting not only a hero, but a dust/$ value of 151.29 dust per dollar VS a 68.70 dust per dollar value if you buy an individual pack."

     I'm seeing that you are using the dust per pack value of 102.71 and you are separately counting the dust from the legendaries you can pull with the pity timer; those legendaries are already counted in the 102.71 dust/pack. The regular purchases are a worse deal, but not by that much. 

    Moreover, you are counting the 10-pack pity timer of the bundle, but not in the regular purchases, which is also disadvantageous for the regular purchases, considering that you can buy and open the regular packs and they will count towards the 10-pack pity timer.

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    posted a message on You should have your packs now. what did you get?

    Got 4 from bunny and I got a third amalgam, a first book of scepters or whatever, and a second night prowler; the rest was dust. Not so bad bc it was free

     

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    posted a message on Hearthstone Summer Championship - Results, Decks, Videos

    Guy's smart: PhD student of organic chemistry.

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    posted a message on The 2018 Hearthstone Summer Championship Survival Guide

    ikr! I picked Bunnyhoppor also bc of his performance at the playoffs (it was either him or Turna)

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    posted a message on The 2018 Hearthstone Summer Championship Survival Guide

    5 if I get it right: 1 by default, 1 for qualifying to quarterfinals, 1 for qualifying  to semifinals, 1 for qualifying to finals and 1 for winning

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    posted a message on The 2018 Hearthstone Summer Championship Survival Guide

    Bunnyhoppor cleared the group stage! That's 2 packs for me folks. 

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    posted a message on Standard Budget Hearthstone Decks for Laddering in The Witchwood

    The aggro shaman deck seems to actually work

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    posted a message on Any good Aviana/Kun/Malygos or Togwaggle deck for Wild?

    The Togwaggle Druid is probably the best wild deck for Druid right after Jade Druid, with a solid chance to beat the latter.

    When I jump into wild from time to time, I'm having a blast with Togwaggle Druid. And a very good winrate also. Might not be the fastet deck to climb, but a quite effective one.

     care to share your deck?

    Posted in: Druid
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    posted a message on Any good Aviana/Kun/Malygos or Togwaggle deck for Wild?

    Hi,

    I opened both Maly and Togwaggle and want to craft the combo deck (I main druid so I have pretty much all other Druid cards from WoToG onwards. Any good recommendations for a maly or togwaggle combo deck? Are they any good in wild?

    Thanks!

    Posted in: Druid
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    posted a message on The HCT Seoul 2018 Survival Guide

    hunterace, Frozen, SamuelTsao. 

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    posted a message on Tess Drama, DreamHack Austin, Latest Meta, Unique Decks - Value Town #171

    I feel sometimes that ChanManV and Gaara are in completely different levels of understanding HS. I feel that the discussions would be more to the point if ChanManV understood the game a bit better: I did not like the discussion about how the archetypes should be redefined in HS only because some decks are not really what we are accustomed to. They are archetypes for a reason: they will not exactly fit the description of every deck but at least the general idea is what categorizes them. 

    I agree with Gaara that often the casters do not properly cast because they have no idea what's going on during matches. I fel that Blizzard would rather make the casters fol around instead of actually explaining what is going on. I watch the tournaments to understand what plays are being done and which decks are better under which circumstances, not to see some dudes get paid to tell inside jokes

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