I've recently become rather fond of Rogue. No doubt there are plenty of decks out there online to search and emulate, which is cool, but as I find my footing I prefer to trial and error on my own a bit.
That being said, I find myself in a position where perhaps some community input would benefit me..
Specifically, I am not sure how to best handle minion selection for Rogue. In general, I seem to have the most success when I play a bit aggro, relying primarily on spells (loving the combo mechanic).
Initially, I had some fun minions included more for my amusement (Defias, Knife Juggler, etc) while I was getting my feet wet. I feel that I did well enough in casual to enjoy myself, but as I start to see what ranked is about I had some strong win streaks and then level off hard at 20.
I seem to be able to handle low numbers of powerful threats, but if I can't keep the enemy minions to about three standard power threats, I start to lose my momentum and rarely get it back.
The way I see it, I can either focus on my own minions (and attendant cards like conceal and shadowstep) or go light on the minions (stick to taunters and spell damage boosters).
I am not so much asking which to go with (although I welcome suggestions) but I am more curious as to if I am even seeing the issue in the correct light.
Thanks in advance.