Why does coin count as a combo for rogues ?
12/25/2013 11:49 AMPosted by AkaynoWhile that is a strong opening, there are stronger ones out there from mages, druids and arguably warlocks. Despite being able to do this or any combo off the coin, rogue isn't exactly a strong class atm.
Don't know what game you're playing, but Cantrip Rogue is currently one of the strongest decks in constructed, and took first in the most recent NA Managrind tourney, and 2nd in the EU. The only thing is that it takes a bit of mechanical know-how to properly pilot the deck.
Either way, to the op, Coin + Combo isn't all too bad. Coin + Defias is far from unstoppable, as most of the time the 2/1 gets dealt with immediately. With the meta as it is right now, if you kept a hand that doesn't allow you to deal with a 1 or 2 hp minion on T2, that's on you.
12/28/2013 11:01 PMPosted by valeeraout of curiosity what was the defias like before?
The ringleader was a 2-3 and he often would eat a 2 attack guy or the 2-1 would eat a 3 attack one. It was awfully hard to battle back. As a 2-2 the ringleader can be taken down much easier.
This is not relevant anymore.
12/29/2013 10:43 AMPosted by Brawl97It was awfully hard to battle back. As a 2-2 the ringleader can be taken down much easier.
Now its awfully trash tier card. Rogue has 3 class turn two drops and they all suck. At this point defias ringleder should be a battlecry
12/25/2013 11:52 AMPosted by ShadowcatXCoin into defias is a good opener, without a doubt, but as has been pointed out rogues aren't exactly at the top, and even with the coin as it is, going first is still an advantage for rogues.
That is the biggest crock of sh1t I have heard.
Coin is always an advantage to rogue... always.
People put low number cards to just trigger combos.
When I have coin wit rogue I win 90% of the time
With out the coin I lose almost 90% of the time
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