Definitely could've used faster animation times on the fireworks :)
Quote From 500catsThat's an awful look no matter which way you cut it and really gives credibility to the idea that either the mode was rushed out the door before it was ready or Blizzard just stopped giving a shit about it after the lukewarm reception it got.
That's an awful look no matter which way you cut it and really gives credibility to the idea that either the mode was rushed out the door before it was ready or Blizzard just stopped giving a shit about it after the lukewarm reception it got.
Why not both?
I get it, but you're buying into a system that might drastically change. It's weird. Would be better to reset + give credit at least? Idk.
Charging money during a beta is hilarious. Consumer protections, pls
Yeah, it's like Clash as far as I can tell
no balance changes pepeW
Just when I thought I lived down the shame from crafting Hobart Grapplehammer
Nice to see quick action. Was very boring seeing every game end with full golden amalgadon boards. Makes me wonder what the game would be like without tickatus buddy on FoaF and/or no dongs instead of no maexxna
That's a lot of 2/5 3-drops
most of those aren't minions, my dude. and those that are (other than varian) are generally cheated out, not played as 8-drops. good effort, though!
Imagine playing an 8-drop minion that doesn't just win you the game
he dove down to the bottom to dredge
Small indie company needs the extra time to make an announcement :)
Control kinda died with discover/infinite resource generation. I miss having to manage resources carefully.
Can't wait for the 2022 expansions that don't see play because last year was so broken.
Quest Warrior definitely having an oppressive impact on the meta. It's so consistent. With other quests, you can brick draw or whatever, but by tutoring out more draw (pirates/weapons) and having the quest go face if your opponent doesn't have a strong board? It has no downside.
There are decks that can beat it, but none of those are as consistent as what they're trying to counter.
I miss the days when you just installed a game and ran it, and didn't need launchers at all. Steam offered a good service to provide download pipes for small developers, but every mega-corp wanting to keep users in their own garden is obnoxious.
China is separate from APAC? Is that normal?