Standard Meta-Report vom 31.10.2017: Das sind aktuell die Hearthstone Top-Decks

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  • #119903

    Copra
    Dabei seit 28.11.2016
    737 54

    kommen bei den meta reports jetzt gar keine beschreibungen mehr?
    Waren immer ganz intressant zu lesen als nur die decklisten zu sehen 😀

    #119907

    Maurice84
    Dabei seit 18.07.2015
    2.372 323 CDC

    @Copra: Die Beschreibungen stehen doch auch auf der TempoStorm-Seite.

    #119908

    Regenwolf
    Dabei seit 01.08.2016
    701 71

    Das kommt drauf an. Decks vom Deckgolem haben keine. Wenn jemand anderes sein Deck hochgeladen hat ist eine dabei, wenn derjenige eine geschrieben hat.

    #119911

    Copra
    Dabei seit 28.11.2016
    737 54

    Hä wie jetzt?
    Es war doch immer oben nach dem Deck Golem (Beschreibung wie man Decks erstellt usw.) eine Beschreibung was sich an der Meta getan hat z.B Jaaa der gute Warlock ist auf T1 gerutscht weil der böse Mage einen Nerf bekommen hat und jetzt weinen muss“
    Davon finde ich absolut gar nichts mehr schon seit etwa 2-3 Monaten.

    #119912

    Maurice84
    Dabei seit 18.07.2015
    2.372 323 CDC

    @Copra: https://tempostorm.com/hearthstone/meta-snapshot/standard/2017-10-31

    Highlander Priest (also known as Kazakus Priest) falls from its #1 spot in this Hearthstone Standard Meta Snapshot. The meta has adapted once again to the post- Patch 9.1.0 nerf ladder, and decks have specifically targeted Highlander Priest. Namely, Jade Druid is back on the rise due to its good matchup against Highlander Priest, and decks like Big Druid and Big Priest are popping up, which also have favorable matchups against the dreaded Raza-empowered Shadowreaper Anduin. Even Dragon Priest is emerging into the meta, as the fact that it runs Dragons makes Highlander Priest’s Dragonfire Potion ineffective, also giving it an edge. However, while Highlander Priest doesn’t have the highest win rates based purely off of statistics, being a one-of deck (with only a single copy of each card), it naturally has a higher skill cap, just like other Kazakus (and formerly Reno Jackson) decks. As a result, many experienced players are still able to climb to the top of the Legend ladder piloting Highlander Priest, which is why it still holds onto a spot in Tier 1, even though it has fallen from its throne. In Highlander Priest’s old place is Tempo Rogue, a deck with both a high win rate and a high level of popularity. This hybridization of an aggressive and mid-range deck is extremely well-rounded and is able to Execute its greedy game plan with reliable consistency. As a result, Tempo Rogue rarely sees matchups that are worse than a 50/50. The remainder of Tier 1 is filled with Druid, with three of its archetypes clocking in to round out the top of the tier list. The class is looking strong once again – it is almost reaching levels of strength that it demonstrated prior to the nerfs, but isn’t quite as overpowered. Aggro Druid specifically has shown its power due to its ability to prey on Tempo Rogue, as well as the two other Druid decks, Jade Druid and Big Druid. Aggro Druid’s weakness is Highlander Priest, but the other Druid decks are forcing Priests down, which leaves room for Aggro Druid to rise. And finally, neither Warrior nor Hunter have a deck in Tier 1 or Tier 2 this week. Pirate Warrior and Mid-Range Hunter aren’t quite looking that great in the current evolved meta, as there are simply better aggressive decks to play.

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    #119915

    Copra
    Dabei seit 28.11.2016
    737 54

    Asooo okay ich danke dir 🙂

    #119919

    Regenwolf
    Dabei seit 01.08.2016
    701 71

    Achso. Hatte dich da falsch verstanden. Dachte du meintest bei den Decks direkt die Beschreibungen.


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