Just embrace the randomness and lack of effort from the devs.
This just proves that Blizzard has lost its touch when it comes to community needs and feedback. There was a huge lash-back regarding last weeks RNG-brawl and they just give us another pure RNG driven brawl. C'mon Blizzard, we know you can do better...
Honestly, I'm at the end of my rope with HS. Played since beta, played through all the bull!@#$ phases and broken decks, but somehow lately, I just simply don't give a crap anymore (kinda like HS team...).
Yogg-Saron, Hope's End is a terrible choice here in my humble opinion, not even as a comeback mechanism. You are striving to control the board and the game, but it's randomness can really hurt you (not to mention that you can burn valuable cards such as Dead Man's Hand). As an example, in one of the games first it overdrew 3 cards for me after which it proceeded to cast Astral Communion bringing the total of burned cards to 11. I'm sure you can find examples where it saved you as well, but playing a heavy control/fatigue deck - you kinda want to stay away from uncontrollable elements. I feel it's far superior to use something along the lines of Omega Assembly or pretty much anything else. :)
I couldn't find a better place to share a my small achievement than Heartpwn, site that kept me company through my Hearthpwn sessions ever since mid 2014 when I got my hands on Hearthstone beta.
I reached rank 3 or 4 many times before, but never had mental fortitude for the final push. After reaching rank 3 this month rather smoothly with Spiteful druid, I decided to go for it. After additional 20 or so hours and facing final boss 4 times, it was Cubelock that pushed me through the finish line.
I'd like to use this post to also say thank you to a lot of helpful players, guides, posts and articles I found on this website. Even though we do tend to be somewhat toxic-y from time to time, I still see it as the best Hearthstone community out there.
Thanks for listening all! Happy laddering, fellow climbers!
I played a lot of control warlock last two seasons and here are my conclusions - got to Rank 4 in September easily but Keleseth decks made my climbing much more difficult in October. I don't think you will be able to be consistent enough with control warlock in order to reach legend, e.g. if any rogue gets Shadowstep and Prince Keleseth in his opening hand, that reduces your chances of winning drastically. You might be better off with joining the Keleseth bandwagon.
I'm struggling immensely with this deck, playing the variation with two DFPs. Obviously, I could be playing it all wrong, but pirate warrior wreck you unless you get a good opening hand, with quest warriors I struggle in late game, quest rogues tend to overwhelm you, can't kill quest mages fast enough (only if you get lucky with Dirty Rat pull). Going through most of the popular decks atm, you can't find any matchup where you are vastly favored to win.
Again, I might be playing it wrongly, but I've been playing since beta and usually end up around rank 5 when I have the time to play, so I do have some idea on HS. This is not a whining post, but rather a warning one to others :)
OFC, thank you very much for sharing this deck!