with MT ironforge this last weekend i was curious to give libroom a go, see what the fuss was all about.
Dam, this deck feels like a meme..dunno, its very possible i'm playing it wrong, maybe i got unlucky matchups, maybe its just not up my alley, but definitely i felt it weak. Only thing the deck consistently has is card draw, u can cycle through ur deck fast enough (i had just 1 game where i couldn't find any draw engine out of the several the deck has) and u would think that's enough but almost all the time the pieces didn't fell right... board was constantly wiped by mage/locks opponents (there's not much of a board to begin with given that this deck can't really go wide and hope to stick with it's 1 health minions) and apm'ing the sh1t out of dem flingers for what seemed minuscule dmg at a time is really not for me i guess... also had the unpleasant surprise to see my flingers not being returned to the hand after playing a libram of judgment (can't recall if corrupted or no).
So ye, after admitting that more practice is needed to form an accurate opinion, i can't say i enjoyed my time with this deck (list was Floki's libroom pally), but gl & hf out there tho ;)
thought of getting a few pts on my road to hit 1k wins with my DH last night so i queued the otk list for some quick matches... 5 times in a row queued into secret mage (wild btw), like come on ffs, u can say w/e u want, but i'm more than convinced by now of the "randomness" of HS. every1 is free to have their own opinions, mine is that deff there are patterns into the claimed "rng"...
here u go mate, learning to use/search the webs is a good skill to acquire tho
adding this for the ppl who lack the cards :
playing the darkmoon rabbit for 1 mana can be done with a cheap deck (and a bit of luck mby) and it doesnt matter which class u're doing it with (this is my priest deck : AAEBAZ/HAgKlCb3hAw4elwLJBtMK1gqspQOZqQOTugOnywPezAPXzgPi3gP73wPK4QMA# , basic stuff mostly, key is the rabbit ofc, nazmani bloodweaver and palm reading and gift of luminance i'd say, insight can help u draw the rabbit faster, rest are just cheap spells to help u cheat out the mana). might take a few tries, was lucky to get mine in the 1st try. gl
tin foil or no, there's been game developers (not from HS tho) on reddit who explained how rng in games works...there's youtube videos and everything...
tbh, believing is nothing but plain rng from start to finish is naive af ...then again, most of us believe in naive stuff anyways :D
If the overwhelming volume of available games is really against players with complete decks, then something has to change. I'd even advocate them running bots to soak up games against inexperienced/bad players at the bottom of ladder or on the starter ranks.
I have a hunch that the real situation isn't actually as bleak, and that they're doing something (whether winrate, IP checking, behavior checking) to identify experienced players starting or handholding new accounts and then treating them as fully fledged players, no matter how minimal the collection on the account.
dude, instead of telling us ur hunches, wouldnt it be better if u'd share ur own experience with us? it takes nothing but time and the will to do it to test the new player experience for yourself...but no, u're just gonna serve us ur hunch like some truth that u already know cuz of ur infallible gut..
anyways, we all know this game is unfriendly (to say the least lol) with new players...