So here I go on the ladder with an otk chaman, I meet a mage (Me-Hello, him-sorry).
Well, effectively, he plays an ice block, effectively, I bring his heath from 17 to 1 in one turn, triggering the ice block.
There, my situation, I feel like I'm auto winning since
-even if he plays alextraza, I have 18 dammages on the board.
-even if he plays a removal, I have spells in my hand
In the game, he actually played blizzard (+2molten giants, of course) and I won, but the tought crossed my mind, that if, in addition of freezing my minion (preventing me from trading his giants) he used a second ice block, it'd have been auto loose for me (with no possible solution in my deck, except for to hexes on the giants).
So, I was thinking that either we need ice block to be legendary (I don't think we need that, ice block would not be reliable anymore), either we need a way to prevent mages to play a second ice block right after the first one is triggered. (I don't think that it has been implemented yet, it it is implemented, please forgive my ignorance).
If you don't think the same, please share the way you've found to counter those two ice blocks in a row, I kinda feel powerless just thinking about it. (And please don't tell me that I have to play hunter to have flare in my deck, my hunter deck is terrible at the moment).