The Hearthstone team announced the Hearthstone Creator Program (HCP) this week. The program which had been announced in the fall had been delayed without much info until the surprise reveal on Thursday. The community was very excited at first, and then they read the requirements to qualify and the mood rapidly shifted.
Building a 60 card standard deck, when you’re newer to the game of Magic: The Gathering, can seem like a daunting task. After all, the game rides on the deck being built to be “good” especially if you’re playing competitively.
Why does toxicity exist within video game communities? is a question that always comes to my mind. If we go for the psychological side of coexistence, there will always be friction within any group of people, but why is it more noticeable when a player starts in a certain game for example?
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If you look at the tweet from hsreplay.net last week, which shows decks that perform best in the Diamond to Legend ranks, there’s really nothing wrong with it.
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Valorant, the latest first-person shooter game developed by Riot Games, is quickly becoming a household name in the world of esports. With its combination of tactical gameplay, intense action, and a growing competitive community, it is no surprise that many are calling Valorant the next big thing in esports.
Mechanized Warfare seems like a pretty simple and fair card. After all, it “only adds 1 damage” right? Wrong. Mechanized Warfare is an awesome card that really pumps out the aggro, especially in Mono Red or Red Artifact decks.
The most recent Hearthstone expansion did not just introduce a new hero but a new mechanic as well. The rune system was inspired by the Death Knight play in World of Warcraft where there were two popular dps play options (unholy and frost) and the tanking option (blood). In the WoW game runes accumulated to give more power to each strike and that idea carries over into Hearthstone.
Magic: The Gathering is a collectible trading card game previously owned by Wizards of the Coast, but has now been taken over by Hasbro. Playing the game requires players to build a card collection and play with the cards they have collected by making a deck. Standard play is 60 cards and decks will contain things like lands, spells, and creatures.