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How to invest Gold?

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Hi. 

I have question to all f2p players how to invest gold to get missing cards. 

I have all gadzetan cards exlude few not important legendaries and i still miss many classic cards - esspecialy class epics and legends. 

And here is my question - better to spend gold for packs or rush arena and craft cards from dusted once? 

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Arena is worth doing if you can get more gold back than you invest in it. This means you should get at least 4 wins on average. If you average less than that, just spend it on packs that you need to complete the deck you want until hitting pity timer, then either keep buying the same type, or switch to a new one. 

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4 hours ago, rennick said:

That sounds tough to get 4 wins average to gain gold profit.

You definitly need experience and you should be at least a decent player.

Most player will not manage to get 4 wins or more on average. But if you play good it is possible to be at 5+ wins average. And you do not need to be a famous player who competes in tournaments.

If you are new to Hearthstone I'd strongly advice against investing (much) gold in arena. (If you just enter arena to have fun - go for it! But if you want to make the most out of your gold keep away from arena.)

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