This week gave us a look at the much anticipated nerfs to cards in the Classic Set. The nerfs, and the exit of GvG and Naxx, herald the coming of Standard/Wild Formats in Hearthstone. While there has been plenty of dialogue on whether the nerfs were successful or not on the cards affected, let’s take a moment to talk about the cards that everyone thought would be nerfed but somehow avoided the swings of the nerf bat. Some of these are cards that I had heard rumor, from reliable sources, were being evaluated. I have also added a couple of cards that I thought would be nerfed as well. Read More →
Stalking the Shadows
This week we have huge news, the classic nerfs we have all been expecting have dropped. Some of it we expected, however others were quite shocking. We also discuss the Knoxville Tavern Hero Qualifier and eulogize a staple 1 drop.
During the play portion of the show we check out a fun shadow priest deck. Read More →
Hey everyone I received an email from one of our friends of the show and he had wanted to get in on the live discussion we had during episode 25 about the nerfs to the 12 classic cards and due to time constraints we ran long and I did not get to give his great points the attention they deserved during the show so without further ado allow me to present “Deep Thoughts with AC”.
Please feel free to leave a comment below if you would like to discuss your thoughts on the Classic Nerfs.
-For the most part, it’s pushing toward a much slower game. Let’s consider… Read More →
Mages with Weapons
This week on Hero Power things get dangerous when we play a mage deck that ends up with us having weapons! In the news we talk about the heated debate of esports, as well as discuss an upcoming Tavern Hero Qualifier, the Old Gods are almost upon us as “BroDan” will announce on 4/21, and this week’s Tavern Brawl is really even… and odd!
During the play portion of the show we check out the Mage deck recipe Spells Unending. Read More →
That is the question. The question that so many people ask themselves at the start of each season. There are many players that say that aggro decks are the only way to go if you want to have a shot at getting legend if your stars from the previous season landed you somewhere rank 17 or below. With the meta we have been living in the last 18+ months, I feel these players have a strong argument. Some players say that strong control, that counters the meta and takes advantage of the win streak feature allows people with less time to climb higher. Let’s look at both sides and see where you might fit. Read More →