Sorry for the Noob question but what is a highlander deck?
Is it something to do with the movie? Or is it just a random name?
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"There can only be one!" ...copy of each card in your deck. The movie is definitely the reason behind the name :D
It's also called a Singleton or Reno deck; Singleton is pretty self-explanatory, and Reno refers to Reno Jackson, the first Hearthstone card to employ the Highlander mechanic.
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You should check out this week's Rock Paper Scissors article that talks a bit about the history. "A word about Highlander decks"https://outof.cards/hearthstone/303-rock-paper-scissors-smorcy-dorks-holy-leisure-and-quintessential-moonfare
TL;DR of it though is Highlander is indeed a movie reference "there can only be one" which means your deck cannot include more than 1 copy of any card.
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Aaah of course! How did I not pick that up.
Cool thanks Flux, I will check it out now.
it was pretty cool when I watched the highlander movie and had that realization myself.
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Quote From SpineSlasherAaah of course! How did I not pick that up.
I vote the rename OP ''Lander'' ... for obvious reason
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