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22 hours ago, Guest Snotling said:

Is is not possible to draw GvG cars in arena anymore, or why is cards like Shielded Minibot and Piloted Shredder missing from the tier list?

Arena is standard only. All of the wild cards have been removed from our tier lists because they are irrelevant now.

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Guest Scary Koolaid

I love this site's information as I think it's generally super solid, but I have to say listing Stonehill Defender as merely Above Average for Paladin in arena seems just way off the mark. The chances of hitting Tarim or Tirion who are both listed as Tier 1 Legends are extremely high so in some regards a Stonehill Defender will often be a surrogate Tier 1 Legend pick with arguably added upside of being a 1/4 taunt on turn 3 to help get you to that bomb you just produced. 

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4 hours ago, Guest Scary Koolaid said:

I love this site's information as I think it's generally super solid, but I have to say listing Stonehill Defender as merely Above Average for Paladin in arena seems just way off the mark. The chances of hitting Tarim or Tirion who are both listed as Tier 1 Legends are extremely high so in some regards a Stonehill Defender will often be a surrogate Tier 1 Legend pick with arguably added upside of being a 1/4 taunt on turn 3 to help get you to that bomb you just produced. 

I would have to agree with you, Stonehill Defender is a must in arena for Paladin. The percentage of picking of picking up extremely solid minions is a lot higher than I've seen people give it credit for.

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8 hours ago, Guest Scary Koolaid said:

I love this site's information as I think it's generally super solid, but I have to say listing Stonehill Defender as merely Above Average for Paladin in arena seems just way off the mark. The chances of hitting Tarim or Tirion who are both listed as Tier 1 Legends are extremely high so in some regards a Stonehill Defender will often be a surrogate Tier 1 Legend pick with arguably added upside of being a 1/4 taunt on turn 3 to help get you to that bomb you just produced. 

Sure, Pesty agreed and said he'll move it up. Thanks for pointing this out!

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On 4/20/2019 at 2:36 AM, Guest Solemnis said:

I cannot find the Stranglethorn Tiger.

We added Stranglethorn Tiger recently, alongside some other cards that were missing; the script that was supposed to check missing cards was not functioning properly, but that should be fixed now. Thanks for pointing this out!

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Guest Pseudocuebo

First off, thank you so much for this obviously meticulously made and well organized teir-list. I am just really getting into the arena game mode and have found this to be incredibly helpful! My apologies if this sounds at all unappreciative as that is not how it is intended at all, I'm not trying to be "that guy"; But I think that Khartut Defender is missing from the spreadsheet. I couldn't seem to find it anywhere in the Rare card teir list. Personally, I always take it when I get the chance, and consider it to be a high teir card, (at least in my opinion) especially if you can slap Ancestral Rune or Grave Rune on it before its reborn gets triggered. But I've been really surprised about how certain card's power rankings can change, and sometimes dramatically, when you are drafting for Arena instead of constructing a deck for regular matches, so I would very much like to hear what top players like you guys think about it, and if it is or isn't something to be taken every chance, no questions asked. Thank you!

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