I made some changes to my deck and have been so busy with a job that the company I own had to take over full time programming duties for one of my clients who had their in-house programmer quit. In addition to that 40 hour work week I have to deal with, I still have to also handle my other clients as well and their needs based off of contracts I have with them for certain services that I provide.
I'll be teaching one of my employees how the servers and systems work for that particular company so that I'm not the one doing this full time work for that client and I'll get him to do the work instead. After I get that swapped over, I have more videos to post plus some interesting new ideas I want to try out.
One thing I've learned recently is that Tracking CAN be a very useful card but a mistake a lot of people make is that they play it very early in the game, on turn 1, for example. You know when you are better offer using tracking? Late in the game when you are faced with a scenario where you need just ONE SPECIFIC CARD such as an explosive trap, perhaps a misdirection, a kill command....basically something you need specifically or else you have a high likelihood of losing the game.
If you use tracking at the start of the game, you are just wasting the potential of the card since you are blindly drawing something at that early point in the game where it could serve a much better use if you save it for the late-game.
The uniqueness of this deck comes from the fact that it can be created with *COMPLETELY* different card choices, and as long as a few general core cards are in the mix, like Unleash the Hounds, Ironbeak Owl, Timber Wolf, and Young Dragonhawk, then you can literally switch around the rest of the cards in the deck and the same strategy holds. There are so many different ways to play this deck idea with completely different cards and that just makes it awesome.
For those who were asking for some videos of this deck in action, like Derek said previously, I do have some on my youtube channel. Below is a direct link to my Hunter Unleash the Hounds video category showing off some videos. A lot of them are weeks or even a month old as like I said, I've been so busy that I haven't had time to play, let alone record videos. Luckily, that will change soon. :)
The most recent upload is located below and shows two wins AND two losses. By watching the losses, you can see some weaknesses to the deck. Namely, in both cases, taunt heavy opponents plus the lack of drawing Unleash the Hounds led to the losses. Watching videos of the losses can be more important than watching videos of the wins, in my opinion, as the potential to learn how to get around possible problems that can occur is INVALUABLE. Again, that's just my opinion and the reasoning behind why I posted two videos of my losses as well instead of simply showing you only some of my wins. Link to the two win/two loss video:
Enjoy. If you have any questions please feel free to ask here or via YouTube and I'll try to help as quickly as possible.