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Pesty's Whizbang the Wonderful guide is here to help you climb the ladder with the wonderful wizard.

 

Whizbang the Wonderful is one of the wackiest cards in the history of Hearthstone, but its also one of the most beginner-friendly. A one card deck, Whizbang grants players access to all 18 of the Blizzard-made deck recipes. If you're a newer player who crafted Whizbang with high hopes of climbing the competitive ladder, our very own Pesty has just the guide for you. You can read her guide on the 18 Whizbang deck recipes right here. Happy hunting!

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Interesting. Those decks actually look pretty viable, just a pity they are random so it's unlikely you'll get good at anyone deck through experience, but I totally understand why they did it (they want you to spend money! which isn't a bad thing, they are a business after all). Still there are some good decks to play around with for new players still deciding on what classes and cards they want to focus on.

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Excellent guide, thank you. This is awesome for beginners like me who didn't want to spend money in the game before finding out if I will really like it.

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Ahh Whizbang - sudently found out where some of the stange decks I have been facing came from.

It looked from time to time like someone was testing the meta but was a bit off. 

The decs are not bad but I would never craft any missing card to try them.

But since i got Wizbang i can try them for free - Thanks blizzard

(they still feel a bit off but  for people with a limited card collection they are a good option - if you have patience since they are randomly selected for each game ) 

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2 hours ago, PanPan said:

The decs are not bad but I would never craft any missing card to try them.

Yeah some of them have some really odd choices, but then again I assume that is be design. After all I doubt they want people to be able to play Tier 1 decks without spending any cash. Still they are 'good enough' to get a general idea of the class, which is rather important for a new player before they start spending money and more importantly DUST.

I mean I don't subscribe to the idea of 'maining' a class in HS but there are definitely classes I don't enjoy playing much compared to others I enjoy a lot. Can't stand playing Warlock and Warrior, really enjoy Mage and Rogue, with the rest falling in the middle.

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