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Ever since naxx and gvg rotated out and decks had to be made from the scratch icy veins only had meta decks on our disposal .Before that there was a category of unique decks
I understand that it's hard to create any deck let alone something unique but that was an option I really liked , unique decks that were not as effective as meta decks but still fun to play and were a good change of pace for those of us who like to play all the different decks available.
It would be nice to have that again on this site but i would understand if that is not possible


 

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I agree with this ..

Egg Druid (Standard)

Blood Warrior Deck

Murloc Shaman/ Druid

Demonlock

And some cheaper decks for newbies that don't include TGT/ LOE/BRM cards not just using the basic cards

 

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There were way too many outdated decks on our site, most of them being Unique decks, so it was decided to archive them and make new ones when the authors have enough time. Luckily, the time has come and there are some unique decks currently being worked on. Our "first" unique deck - standard egg druid - should be, as I understand it, released the following week. 

7 hours ago, peekaboo said:

And some cheaper decks for newbies that don't include TGT/ LOE/BRM cards not just using the basic cards

If you mean for standard, this will most likely come very near to the end of rotation as out authors will be working on updating the decks for the next rotation. Until then, asking on forums is the solution to this issue. Besides, the budget decks contain cheap cards or cards that are in lower wings, such as our budget jade druid that does not contain Brann Bronzebeard for this reason, meaning that the net loss of dust won't be severe.

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Egg druid is such an awesome hidden gem can kill by turn 3-4 ..

Also crafting guides for all classes need a overhaul as and when you'll have the time to reflect current standard/ wild meta if possible ... I guess currently its crafting suggestions are based of the old standard format and couple of patches back

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1 hour ago, peekaboo said:

Also crafting guides for all classes need a overhaul as and when you'll have the time to reflect current standard/ wild meta if possible ... I guess currently its crafting suggestions are based of the old standard format and couple of patches back

Crafting guides have been put on hold until we have all other decks up to date. Sadly, the crafting guides receive way less attention and views than decks, which results in low priority. Once we have all the decks we want, the efforts to update the crafting guides will be resumed.

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11 hours ago, positiv2 said:

Crafting guides have been put on hold until we have all other decks up to date. Sadly, the crafting guides receive way less attention and views than decks, which results in low priority. Once we have all the decks we want, the efforts to update the crafting guides will be resumed.

No wonder people keep asking what should I craft next .. Lazy

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On 1/9/2017 at 2:01 AM, peekaboo said:

No wonder people keep asking what should I craft next .. Lazy

I'm confused as to whether you mean we are lazy or the people asking are lazy?

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On 1/12/2017 at 8:28 PM, Blainie said:

I'm confused as to whether you mean we are lazy or the people asking are lazy?

Clarification - I meant people who don't bother reading guides/ using site resources effectively .. Why would I give you fodder to pan me? 

I find Icy veins the best resource for HS atm .. No hard feelings ..

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