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Greetings everyone, so I've been using this site for guides for quite a long time now and I was wondering if it'd be possible to access 7.3.5 guides again, and if it is, how to get to them. I have moved to a Legion private server after quitting BfA on retail around a month ago, and I'd like to be able to view the guides again. I'm especially interested in the Feral and Guardian Druid ones. I also don't know if this is under the correct category, since I can't post under Guide Comments.
Tracking decks in Hearthstone brings much value to players that are both experienced, and that are newer to the game. Some cards that rely on specific cards being in your deck, like Zerek's Cloning Gallery or Holy Wrath, will work better with the deck tracker than others, but since HSReplay's Hearthstone Deck Tracker offers many more features than deck tracking, including but not limited to Jade Golem size, number of spells played for Yogg-Saron, Hope's End, or win rates with against each class with your decks, it can be of use with any deck.
1. Downloading Deck Tracker
First, you will need to download the Deck Tracker. You can do so from its HSReplay.net's website, under Downloads.
Once there, select the version you want—be it Windows, macOS, or Android. However, we will be focusing on the Windows version.
2. Installing Deck Tracker
Once the install has finished downloading, simply run it. The installer will take care of everything, and once the installation process is done, Hearthstone Deck Tracker should open.
3. Importing decks
First, you will want to link your HSReplay account. You can do so by clicking Options > HSReplay.net > My Account, and pressing Login to HSReplay.net. This should open a tab in your browser that will enable you to link your Battle.net account, or that will show you that your account has been linked (in the case that you were already logged in).
Once you are logged in to the Deck Tracker, launch Hearthstone. Then, open Play mode, and your decks should import automatically.
4. Setting the tracker up
Now, you will want to change the settings in a way to make deck tracking a better experience. You can do so under Options. You can turn Advanced options on to see even more ways to customise the deck tracker. The most useful options (arguably) are under Overlay > Player and Overlay > Opponent, specifically Show board attack counter, and Tracker > Notifications.
You select a class, then enter values into the fields for Stamina, Strength, Agility, Intellect and Spirit. As you type it updates the results which show you useful information based on what stats you entered - like dodge, and crit percentages, class-specific statistics like Ranged AP for Hunters and block for Druids in bear form etc.
Hopefully people find this useful for comparing item benefits and racial starting stats, or for learning how base stats affect different classes in Classic. Did you know for example that Shamans can build Block with Str items?
I didn’t just post here to show this off - I need some help with calculating Spirit. Some users have commented that Spirit health/mana regen values are too high for various classes (for example Paladins) and was wondering if anyone here had some more information on this!
Your boy teeb
4. High Inquisitor
7. Zealous Spirit
10. either one depending on comp
13. Harsh Discipline
20. if you went with sc at 10, the 20 sc choice is a must-pick. if you went with Divine Reckoning, Purge the Wicked or the 20 ult buff are the two options depending on need. if you need single target burst, go purge. if you want more aoe burst healing, then judgement will hit harder and heal harder.
This build revolves around abusing clemency/inquisition's short cooldown to quickly grant zeal to everyone and convert the lost mana back to you with either usage of the spell.
The idea behind the build is to build up to three desperation stacks before a fight by spamming your q on each teammate to stack zeal. the last cast if everyone is around will be using clemency to zeal the last hero and reset your stacks which also refunds 225 mana. you can stack zeal on all 5 of your teammates in <2 seconds with no drawbacks. you're essentially playing whitemane the same way you would malfurion. but your zeal works as your "regrowth" so to speak.
You take radiance at 16 so you can burst heal your team on command. you should have zeal on AT LEAST the 3 people most likely to take damage. before doing your dps combo (if you took Divine Reckoning) of R-E-W or E-R-W, stack zeal on your teammates, burst heal on the third stack application, then do the combo.
if DR hits just one hero, the combo gives ~6-700 hps which increases (obviously) as more enemies are in your hurtbox. maiev is an unbelievably pairing for this combo as her ult helps keep the enemy within your reckoning for as long as possible.
youre able to spam three more q's and your clemency/inquisition should be back up within a second or two. you basically rinse and repeat this without losing any mana whatsoever. shes able to keep up that burst spam combo indefinitely if you manage your stacks correctly. while also refreshing zeal on the person with the lowest timer. divine reckoning provides an absolutely insane amount of burst healing while also softening up anyone sitting in its effect.