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Hero Power + Signature Treasure:
Passive Treasures (preferred):
General Advice: Always pick Relic buckets, otherwise pick card draw or disruption buckets.
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It is done, I have finally claimed my 1500th Demon Hunter win using this deck. Enjoy this build while it lasts, the buckets will get diluted more and more with each new expansion and I doubt it will remain the powerhouse it is now unless they add more Relic cards.
Honestly, I am uncertain if my sample size is big enough to make my next claim. After having played several dozens of Demon Hunter runs, I have noticed that skipping a Relic Hunter bucket (containing useless cards) is detrimental to which bucket options you will be presented afterwards in the same run. In other words, it might still be better to take the useless Relic Hunter bucket to not worsen it's future offer rate, unfortunately.
I do not understand why we are not allowed to choose from all possible heroes when starting a new run, so annoying. We are able to retire a run and the decrease in MMR is negligible, not that anyone really cares about that number anyways, I think. The decks is still going strong by the way, I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.
After the recent Maw and Disorder launch, the Relic Hunter bucket has worsened considerably. None of the mini-set Demon Hunter cards are related to Relics at all. Only Prosecutor Mel'tranix is worth picking. Developers being lazy and dropping the ball, IMO.
Location, Location, Location! is also amazing (as expected of course), but I never ever got this passive treasure offered to me before. Excellent choice! 👍🏻
I did not think it would matter at all, but Double Time is so much better than Idols of Elune in this deck. Possibly broken even 😅
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