My "Tier 6" options after a triple.
I can tell you with full confidence that DK is good, except that the class is fair compared to the others. Therefore it's quite underwhelming as a result. DK cards are really great in value by themselves hence why DK is performing so much better in Arena than in Standard.
This makes no sense.
"I can tell you with full confidence that Gucci is cheap, except it's expensive when compared to other brands."
It's a game entirely based in a competitive field of play. A class is only as good as its performance against other classes. Your statements assume a non-existent vacuum.
Playing since 2017, huh? Guess you took some breaks. This isn't news. Bots have been common since they introduced the reward track. At the start of every season, bots take over to get people to level 100 as quickly as possible. We also see it on the release of new heroes, the purpose being to get those heroes to 500 wins.
Deck from 3 years ago needs updates? Shocker.
It's on the front page of Hearthpwn under the Brawl category. My comment is warning potential users against trying this deck. The real shocker is your inability to make that connection.
First round of nerfs are expected next week and then some time for the meta to settle again. So unless you have dust burning a hole in your pocket, I would wait.
The world championship is also this weekend, if you need inspiration.
Just looking for opinions; always wait 2-3 weeks to start crafting.
Other things would be roping every single turn, hovering over their fan of cards in odd patterns, and sometimes mashing the hero power button, even if they have spent all their mana for the turn, etc.
It also takes them the same amount of time to play each card, if that makes sense. Humans hover over their options, sometimes drag a card out to the battlefield and then bring it back to their hand; bots will never do this.
You should learn reading carefully. My post is about, that HS may has lost the FEEL of a card-game.
And rememeber. Not everybody plays a game like you obviously. Sitting in a dark room, nobody around...
Maybe play on a touch-screen? That allows you to interact more closely with the cards cause you actually have to touch them that way. But just a fair warning, they still will not feel like cards, mostly just like a cold piece of glass.
No offence. But the answers from zmauls are just some kind of bullying and not an adult reply to my post. So he started this little dispute. Not me.
I am bullying you? I'm sorry. I don't think I understand the problem you're having. To make it feel more like a card game you have to create an environment where people would play cards. Maybe if instead of a desk you started playing on a felt-top, like the ones they make for poker? Just trying to help.
Oh, sorry. It's because you are drinking coffee and watching TV. You cannot do this while playing card games like Uno or Solitaire. I'd recommend switching to 2% milk or perhaps ginger ale, and turning the TV volume down so it's less distracting.