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I a 4/3 run with this, think i might've put in too many explosive traps (4) and multi-shot (5) lol they came in really handy for the first couple games and then it went downhill from there

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You exaggerated a bit with those picks :) its nice to be lucky and get tons of removal, but you sort of need a solid minion base to keep the pressure up.

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Hey, did an awesome 10-3 run. Started off terrible lol was 0-1, then 3-2, and then won 7 in a row. The final game was soo close but never got that darned unleash the hounds to claim card advantage and overrun him. 

 

This was the deck i selected

 

1x Abusive Sergeant
2x Timber Wolf
1x Unleash the Hounds
1x Amani Berserker
1x Bloodfen Raptor
2x Scavenging Hyena
3x Starving Buzzard
2x Deadly Shot
1x Arcane Golem
2x Multi-Shot
1x Oasis Snapjaw
1x Fen Creeper
1x Silver Hand Knight
1x Stranglethorn Tiger
1x Tundra Rhino
1x Savannah Highmane
1x Sunwalker
1x Sylvanas Windrunner
1x Gladiator Longbow
1x Stormwind Champion
1x Sea Giant
 
Basically did a lot of unleash the hounds combos whenever i'd manage to get it. Sea Giant + Unleash the hounds was also pretty nice whenever i pulled that off.

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I disagree with many of the cards. Armani berserker on highest tier? what are you thinking? Its an ok card but nothing special. Same with frost elemental on second highest, a card that is average or even bad. These are just some of the many big mistakes i see.

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I disagree with many of the cards. Armani berserker on highest tier? what are you thinking? Its an ok card but nothing special. Same with frost elemental on second highest, a card that is average or even bad. These are just some of the many big mistakes i see.

Hey, Candypantz

Sure, Amani dies to any 3/2 minion and is a pretty bad attacker when not enraged, however over the course of 2000 arena wins, I had made too many insanely aggressive starts and 2-for-1 trades with Amani to consider any alternative 2 mana drop.

You are right about the Frost Elemental - its worse than Boulderfist Ogre and it should be bumped down.

 

 

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Are you sure you wouldn't like to bump the Hyena higher? I mean, with Hunter you should aim for beasts often when drafting, and with Hyenas in the deck, you'll have amazing opportunities. Just did a 12-2 with 3 hyenas (lucky, yes), getting them to at least 6 attack every match. They're awesome even without Hounds.

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Hi, am I able to ask why cards are placed in certain tiers? Because there are a couple of cards I feel you are valuing way too high such as the voodoo doctor being in the average tier.

Voodoo doctor is a 1mana 2/1 that heals for 2hp and I do not see a great use for this card. Contrasting it to a 1 mana 1/1 charge in the stonetusk boar, what the boar has that the doctor doesnt is the combo factor. You can combo it with buzzard, timberwolf, cult master even, whereas the doctor has nothing except healing a highmane lategame. Early game it's a free card to many classes and anyone running 2/3 2drops.

Really wondering about the logic here and if it isn't too much to ask, I will ask more.

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Hey guys,

Generally when it comes down to Hunter arena, you can get insane synergies which can carry your game and the spreadsheet is bumping most beasts up a tier higher because of it.

I am fairly certain your drafting aspects change dramatically if you already have a buzzard or two.

Also, we should have some more updates coming soon for the arena spreadsheets.

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