I saw that thread as well! But I really don't understand what they did to mess up such a basic rule for achievements' completion.
Quote From NebuchadnezzarHSI found the Death Knight guide via Google.
I found the Death Knight guide via Google.
Nice to know it.
Quote From NebuchadnezzarHSAs for the other guides, I noticed the pattern in the URL is just an incremental number, so those are easily figured out 😅
As for the other guides, I noticed the pattern in the URL is just an incremental number, so those are easily figured out 😅
Guess I will have to upload them in a random order from now on, huh?
Quote From NebuchadnezzarHScontrary to standard behavior - a handful of achievements are currently doable against a friend opponent (ie. F2P account). Some might want to complete these before they get patched soon™.
contrary to standard behavior - a handful of achievements are currently doable against a friend opponent (ie. F2P account). Some might want to complete these before they get patched soon™.
Mmh... for real? Do you happen to have a source for this? It's quite the significant bug here!
Hello there: I noticed something strange going on under the achievement guides lately, so I'll take advantage of this thread to share some clarity on the matter.
As Nebuchadnezzar pointed out, achievement guides are still in the making: I wish they were ready, but life got in the way and I couldn't ship them just yet.
As of now, Death Knight and Demon Hunter are good to go, while the others aren't. For this reason, all guides except DK shouldn't be visible to regular users, which brings me to my question: how in the hell did you guys manage to see the Druid guide?
Regarding the clickables at the end of the guide, I only included the link to the DK guide, so the other boxes are effectively "empty": if you click on them, you'll basically refresh your page. They'll be updated as other guides become visible to everyone.
Unholy Embrace is super buggy, yes.
If you want to report bugs, the best place is by far Blizzard's forum.
It's been a long while since the last time I posted here: not because I gave up on the grind, but rather because I had never found the right occasion to take a screenshot and upload it here!
With this being said, I made HUGE progresses, to the pointe where I only miss two classes before having all 1k skins.
To be more precise, Warrior and Warlock are the last ones, with both missing around 200 wins.
However, I think they will have to wait a little longer, since starting from December 6th I will flood ladder with Death Knight!
From my experience, Arena is an absolute blast when you're able to draft a deck that isn't just a muddle of things put together - getting 30 not-so-great cards will immediately turn off any novice player.
In order to upload a screenshot, try to use Imgur and then paste the link in your comment.
Cutting Class levels of good.
One thing I don't see pointed out enough is how easy it is to revive Thori'belore: although Warrior doesn't have a ton of Fire spells available, you only need to cast one to awaken this unit.
Hypothetically, you may event revive Thori'belore multiple times in the same turn (with the limit of two, of course, but still).
Late, yes, but the card looks pretty damn good!
Obviously dependent on the meta running juicy spells, but other than this Asvendon looks pretty dope
4 mana draw 1 card - unless the other 5 Warrior cards are mind-blowing, I don't see how this can be printed in 2022.
Not necessarily busted, but I hate it.
We already know it! It's "The peasants are revolting!".
Arcane Quiver being a thing means that Arcane Hunter will receive massive support.
However, this also means that Questline Defend the Dwarven District will receive new tools to choose from, which is a real shame. I really can't wait for that stupid card to rotate.
I agree with DragonDraena.
Although getting to level 100 requires some dedication, it's also true that dailies and weeklies alone will get you there before the end of the expansion cycle. I suggest you claim your lvl 100 reward and then grind again once DK goes live.
Quote From LarryMomentsMind you Kotori Lightblade with this and another friendly minion is potentially 10 damage for 2 manalet that sink in(if Kotori ever becomes meta, else this comment will sound very funny)
Mind you Kotori Lightblade with this and another friendly minion is potentially 10 damage for 2 manalet that sink in(if Kotori ever becomes meta, else this comment will sound very funny)
If Kotori will ever become meta, then I think we can safely say that Paladin will be in a rather good spot.
No way to know other than waiting for the patch notes