Maybe this came up elsewhere, but tbh I didn't look it up.
So the idea is: if I don't attack you (I'm talking Ranked mode), that means I'm trying to do some silly achievements, so please try not to attack me. :)
2500+ wins with Mage. Need reward for 3k.
This seems jolly optimistic but sure, if I encounter someone who is clearly not attacking me, then I'll let them get on with whatever they're doing. I don't anticipate this ever actually coming up but hey, a few people have humored me in the past while I messed around so I'll pay it forward.
I wonder how cruel it would be if they just play along and just when you're about to finish up your achievement goals he just concedes.
The signal could be anything else, like spamming 'Ooops' 3 times in the beginning which otherwise makes no sense.
I just hope some of my future opponents read this. :D
I can get behind this - I have been spamming sub-optimal decks all week just to check off some of the XP rewarding quests. Have not moved beyond Diamond 5, 2 stars. You're welcome, people trying to climb to Legend.
IF we could do our achievements in Casual, I´d be all in for this. But don´t make me not attack you in Ranked, when it´s all about competition. You can do silly things there, sure, but don´t expect others to co-op. I´m doing my achievements in Duels ( if I don´t own specific card or legendary) or on Rank floors (if I do), where I don´t mind loosing with stupid deck build around a card for achievement. I can´t expect my opponent to play along, I just let him have his win, sometimes I´m lucky enough to win myself and make some achievement progression. I even accidentally hit Rank D10 with my silly Darkmoon Tonk deck and completed the achievement.
If you don't care about your Wild rank, just do the XP achievements there.
I understand that Ranked is about competition, but for most of the achievements you don't even have to win. So I'm more than happy to finish the achievement and then concede to give you the win. Where you have to win (eg. Yogg, C'thun achievements) this does not apply of course.
I just completed the C'thun achievement. It was a grind. I specifically made a Priest deck for it, with draws, heals, and board clears. None of my opponents got the idea, even though I never attacked face and even healed their face to clean up accidental damage. Finally I found a Priest with the similar idea, I think he knew what was going on, but I was the luckier person.
Quote From aposteljoeIf you don't care about your Wild rank, just do the XP achievements there.
Decks are so strong in Wild I think you have less chance to do any achievements there
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