What classes are you seeing most and what rank?


#6

3-2. I guess mages are most common, but warrior and shaman is also. And hunter. It’s pretty versatile actually. Warlock and priest are probably rarest. I’m shocked how few quest paladins I’ve seen. Seems op deck.


#7

3-2 I see mage and warrior.


#8

Reno mage is really strong. The card dint look bonkers to me but guarantee 10 dmg on minions is a board clear almost everytime on curve and you get a body. ITs a huge swing.


#9

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This was just a moment ago, might make you feel better.
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#10

RenounceLock, eh?
Truly, you are a man of culture.


#11

I might’ve crafted Warlocks dumpster fire of a quest card. Ya know, of all decks one might think that quest has a place…RenounceLock is its home lol. You can see my zero mana Ragnaros in hand from it. That Big Priest was triggered when I tapped into a 0 mana Y’Shaarj of my own aswell haha.


#12

So much Pocket Galaxy, Conjurer’s Calling, and Dr. Boom. Well, deck experimentation was fun while it lasted. Hopefully nerfs come soon so we can enjoy the expansion. So many interesting cards that are hardly seeing play.


#13

Rank 15-11 I have faced more Control Warriors than any other deck combined.


#14

Rank 4 - Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hunter.

Wish this cancer class would just be dumpstered.

I’m winning most of the games but this hyper aggro BS should have been dealt with a long time ago.


#15

If they’re highlander hunter they’re hardly that aggressive.


#16

I’m low rank in standard but it seems even there it’s all the same. I see hunter (highlander), shaman (quest), warrior (control all day long) and occasionally zoolock.


#17

Warlock class is falling apart with a declining WR and less and less players. Need Warrior and Mage to be addressed for it to come back, or have lackey generators buffed so we actually see more warlocks on ladder.


#18

Im floating around ranks 4-5, quest paladin is most common, followed by mage. I havent seen much warrior but i think that is because it really cant compete with the paladin deck


#19

Hyper aggro? Hahahaha, lad, you haven’t seen hyper aggro. Is it hard to swallow when a turn 5 Luna’s doesn’t automatically win you the game vs aggressive decks?


#20

“Mages - mages everywhere!” Highlander mage in few variations are dominating low rank wild (20-16). I believe this is 40% matchups since release of SoU. I also see some rouges, a bit of warriors, paladins and rest is niche (at least here). Priest is most often picked as niche deck, what is the most suprising it is almost always old quest agony priest or variations of big priest (Catrina+ragnaros+kelthuzad is far the most common). What is even more suprising - hunters are almost non-existent now…all aggro is now in rogue deck (and maybe druid).
note by niche deck i understand something i play against less than 5% of matchups. I use HS decktracker so it is easy to check.


#21

Quite diverse at rank 4 to be honest. I just hate seeing warrior as even though I win with mage, CW bores me


#22

Just Warriors, they have no weakness.


#23

Even though I think Warrior is the most. The deck that actually has the least weaknesses is Combo Priest. Literally, that deck has no bad matchups. Combo Priest has an insane win rate when they start with either Priest or Lightwarden, to the point where I think they should probably nerf lightwarden to 2 mana.

If Warrior and Mage get nerfed I don’t think anything is stopping Priest from just taking over the game completely. Deck is nuts.


#24

Since 12 Aug - at Rank 3-4:

  • Druid: 4 games, all with Quest. One was potentially Combo, with Moonfires in deck.
  • Hunter: 4 games, Secret, Highlander, Mech
  • Mage: 5 games, mostly Highlander. 1 Control Mage
  • Paladin: 3 games, Quest Paladin. Tip the Scales Paladin was more common earlier in the expansion.
  • Priest: 2 games, combo Priest is definitely looking strong
  • Rogue: 5 games, Quest Rogue, as well as the faster Tempo Rogue.
  • Shaman: 1 game, Quest Shaman
  • Warlock: 3 games, pretty much Zoolock.
  • Warrior: 4 games, Control Warrior.

So overall, pretty diverse. If I go back to expansion launch, I still see games from every class, though Shaman and Priest least common.


#25

Rank 9, it’s about 65% Hunter, the rest is Warrior and Paladin with the odd Mage, Shaman and Rogue.