now this is a deck i can sink my teeth into
hi i play wild so sorry for being a weirdo, here is my dream demon hunter n'zoth
they should jsut give icehowl rush. blizzard cares so much about the text being simple and easy to understand, and he would still be garbage
y-yeah.... thanks blizzard, we all wanted that bug to be fixed....
Optimistic is good, but champion is better imo.. there’s also the ninjas that cost 5 that are definitely the best ogres! I used to rock the two optimistic aswell but they have been left behind unfortunately!
The problem is that it is not possible to know if YouTube has correctly counted the hours we have been watching ...
For example, I have been watching the streaming for 6 hours ... however, I don't know if YouTube has taken note of that time or not.
Also, is it possible for YouTube to know if we are actually watching the streaming in person? We can not trust ... because maybe if we have the streaming in a background window, YouTube is not counting any watching time at all ...
Another danger is what happened to me this morning: streaming suffered a micro cut for a moment due to a problem with my connection and, without my realizing it, the streaming automatically went from playing it "live" to "recorded/delayed" (so that I would not have any interruption during the course of the game and I would not miss anything), obviously not computing any time from that moment on (since if we are not watching the streaming on live, YouTube do not register any watching time)
I'm not understanding the position businesses are taking of terminating employees based on unproven allegations.
Or in this case, kicking a player from the tournament based on unproven allegations.
If he did it, blacklist him from all HS events for life.
Right now we have an allegation. It should be taken seriously, it should be investigated, and the truth should be determined. Hearthstone chose to jump ahead of that and go straight to the punishment phase based on just the allegation.
Think about this for a moment, and personalize it. You've worked hard at something your entire professional career. Now, you are about to get your big shot. An ex girlfriend/boyfriend, ex wife/husband, whatever, suddenly comes out with an allegation of wrongdoing on your part. You are then, with no proof and no chance to defend yourself, completely shut out from the job/career/opportunity that you have pursued for so long and dedicated yourself to. Does that sound fair? Does that sound right?
To me, it absolutely does not.
Give the man his day in court. If he is found guilty, bar him from all events. Strip him of titles if needed. Do not condemn him based on allegations, though. I'm disappointed in Blizzard, and society at large, as we are seeing more and more of these types of things happening.
I did. At first I thought it was a mistype, then I thought it might be a cryptic reference to them being two beings in one body or something. Then I realized that Blizzard just decided to be woke with this one. It's whatever, doesn't affect anything. I'm sure some will applaud it and some will denounce it. Personally, I just don't care.
It starts at 9th of April btw.