Hearthstone: How to Win More?

Hello everybody, Geek Generation here.

Today, i’m going to talk about a strategy that would result in getting more wins than you would get if you did not adopt such a strategy. Do note however that this strategy is about getting more wins per game rather than more wins per minute. It is not fast and definitely not something you’ll want to adopt if your goal is to have as many games as possible in the shortest amount of time.

The strategy is quite simple and summed up in a single word: Tenacity. That is, play out every game to the end, even if you had a bad draw against a good start, even if the board is discouraging, and yes, even when your opponent is bm-ing you.

The idea of being tenacious is not to pray to the Internet gods to bestow the curse of disconnection on your opponent. In Magic the Gathering, we pray to the mana gods, but mana doesn’t seem to act up much in Hearthstone, except when you’re playing ramp Druid, so there’s not much use to pray to the mana gods. But i digressed.

The idea of being tenacious is that, most of us non-pro players usually won’t be able to fully grasp all the possibilities of our own decks. Sometimes, when we play it out, we can be nicely surprised by a turn around that we did not expect. And we won’t be able to see the possible win from the discouraging board until the situation presents itself. Sometimes, not even when the situation presents itself.

From Boombots to Piloted Shredders and the like, this ability of getting a surprise win from being tenacious is further enhanced by the amount of rng cards in the game.

So until next time, don’t concede until you’re sure that you’re obviously going to die the next turn. Sticks and stones may break my bones, but bm only hurts my ego. Geek Generation out.

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Posted on 14 August, 2015, in Gaming, General and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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