If you're looking for a cheap wild deck, play even shaman :)
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Oct 4, 2020Posted in: Standard Format
Now I managed to go from bottom to about Diamond 5 in 3 days and very little effort. I’m thinking they made ranking somehow a little too easy. Is the consensus roughly everyone who tries gets to diamond now? You can have a pretty negative (even as low as 25%) win-rate and still climb with the ridiculous amount of bonus stars you get. I believe at the the Plat 5 floor is finally where the game only rewards you for being >=50%.
This is dependent on how many bonus stars you have though. For example, with 11x star bonus I could hit legend with a tier 4 deck if I was willing to play it enough.
The point of bonus stars is to quickly accelerate you to what rank the game thinks you should be.
As to your belief that they made ladder too easy, I personally believe that ladder being "easy" and less of a grind is good for everyone. But it's certainly true that its much easier to hit legend under the new system than the old system. Again, imo that's a good thing, but you can have a different opinion
Oct 3, 2020Posted in: General Discussion
Did you read it - it's clearly not a salt thread.
Except it clearly is. There is no constructive feedback, only complaining.
I'm sorry you don't like how hearthstone currently is. I recommend finding a deck you really enjoy playing, and not worrying too much about the playstyle of your opponents.
For me, I really enjoy even shaman. It reminds me of learning to play the game (with midrange shaman) and I enjoy the playstyle. Because of this, I play almost exclusively even shaman, and enjoy playing hearthstone.
Find a deck you enjoy, don't get tilted, and don't worry so much about overblown ideas like 'aggro never running out of cards' or other things you can't control
Oct 1, 2020parzival2345 posted a message on Is Soulshard Lapidary as strong as Leeroy Jenkins?Posted in: Card Discussion
Leeroy was never the most powerful of cards. It was just always an effective top end burst for aggro decks. Compared to fireball, leeroy is extremely weak, and fireball never broke the game.
As far as lapidary goes, in a soul DH deck it is many times more powerful than leeroy. But if leeroy still existed in standard, it would be run in face hunter, aggro rogue, and maybe more.
Sep 28, 2020Posted in: General Discussion
It's not dead, the card is still good
It just won't be able to carry the entire druid class like it has been
But I'm pretty sure the way to build most druid decks that contain overgrowth will still be to play GA
Sep 25, 2020parzival2345 posted a message on Petition to blizzard - Change (buff/unnerf) Tinkmaster Overspark in Hearthstone to cost 5-6 and effect targets.Posted in: General Discussion
On the one hand, this is stupid.
On the other hand, I would have no issue with blizzard reverting tink.
Just please make good arguments if you're gonna bring up something like this. Your conclusion may not be wrong, but your argument is atrocious
Sep 21, 2020parzival2345 posted a message on How Important is Magtheridon in Soul Demon Hunter?Posted in: Card Discussion
I'm not an expert on soul DH, but I believe the consensus is that it makes the deck worse
Certainly an important part of the deck or its winrate
Sep 20, 2020parzival2345 posted a message on Crafting one legendary: nerfed Mindrender Illucia or Lorekeeper PolkeltPosted in: Priest
Polkelt is absurd in Raza priest, far better than illucia since the nerf.
It remains to be seen if illucia will stand the test of time (tbh im not actually sure how common it is to run it currently) but I feel confident that razakus will never give up polkelt.
Craft polkelt 100%
Sep 18, 2020Posted in: General Deck Building
Although Explosive Evolution looks kinda similar to Cryostasis on its face, there is a hugely important difference. Explosive Evolution gets rid of the totem tag, which is incredibly valuable in even shaman. Sure you can get a random 4 drop really easily, but that 4 drop doesn't get buffed +4/+2 on your notetaker turn and it doesn't get copied by Splitting Axe. For these reasons, its vastly inferior.
Sep 18, 2020Posted in: General Deck Building
Cryostasis is an even shaman staple because it is generally your best proactive play on turn 2 when going first.
Your ideal curve (going first) often looks something like this:
Alternatively HP on 1, Cryo on 2, HP notetaker and all your buffs on 3, then Splitting Axe on 4.
You always want to play Cryo on 0 attack totems that have survived from the previous turn. This is because they will unfreeze at the end of your turn and you'll be able to attack with them next turn.
If you play Cryo on a minion you summoned this turn, it won't unfreeze and won't be able to attack for two turns. Don't do that. The exception is taunt totem.
If you (or anyone) have any questions about even shaman I'd be more than happy to answer them, I consider myself somewhat of an expert on the deck.
Sep 17, 2020Posted in: General Deck Building
Minion (16) Ability (12) Weapon (2) Loading Collection
This is my list.
If you have the legendaries, feel free to try them out.
This is the deck code: AAEBAZnDAwLN9AKsrQMO0wG+BtYPshS1FPuqAqC2Ava9ArTNApTvAp2jA9qlA/mlA+HMAwA=
Sep 7, 2020Posted in: General Discussion
Lol these are pro players playing in professional tournaments. They expect themselves to make the proper play. They make sure they're making the right choices by not just making the first play they see.
If you want to watch entertaining hearthstone go to twitch. If you want to watch the best players making the most optimal plays don't complain that they rope
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