12/23/2013 08:26 AMPosted by SodaWhat class-specific cards does it use?
By this point, Murlocks are pretty much Warlock class specific.
12/25/2013 01:03 PMPosted by KilmorWarlocks are fine as they are. Aggro Rush is a perfectly acceptable type that can be countered. I don't know what your budget is Soda but head over to the Shaman forums and take a look at my deck. My win rate against Warlock with it is near perfect.
12/25/2013 02:14 PMPosted by FryChikNWarlocks are fine as they are. Aggro Rush is a perfectly acceptable type that can be countered. I don't know what your budget is Soda but head over to the Shaman forums and take a look at my deck. My win rate against Warlock with it is near perfect.
shaman have cheap aoe. shouldnt all classes have the same chance to beat something as long as they build towards it? some classes just dont have access to anything to even stand a small chance.
12/23/2013 08:55 AMPosted by StickybootsAggro will always be top dog in this game. It's designed to be aggro focused just by its mechanics. Every time a non-aggro deck is top in the meta they "adjust" it so it's not nearly as viable again (Hunter OTK, Freeze Mage etc). They prima facie seem to only want aggro decks to do well. It's great for all the Timmy's that play but sucks for everyone that prefers a more skillful game as opposed to playing solitaire that just happens to have someone else playing.
I've learned that pointing it out will just be met with baddie aggro players saying "play better scrub lawl", which is pretty much the standard mentality of the average aggro player. Your post (and mine) will undoubtedly be met with "kill them before they kill you", aka beat aggro by playing aggro which most control players hate. Shaman (according to the Legendary streamers I've heard discuss it) has the best chance to beat lock, but even they only have about a 50% win rate. I wouldn't expect a change from Blizzard either, working as intended.
It's an ok game, has some potential but as it stands looks like it's shaping up to be a pure Timmy game. It may balance out before launch, but I highly doubt it. This seems to be what Blizzard is aiming for in the game.
12/25/2013 04:45 PMPosted by FryChikNpeople still think this game is super skill intensive.
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