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This thread is for comments about our Arena Priest Spreadsheet for GvG.

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I'm getting card options that don't appear on your spreadsheet. My very first three cards to choose from were Ancient Mage, Murloc Tidecaller and Coldlight Oracle. Does that mean those cards are such BAD options that you didn't even bother to include them?

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I'm getting card options that don't appear on your spreadsheet. My very first three cards to choose from were Ancient Mage, Murloc Tidecaller and Coldlight Oracle. Does that mean those cards are such BAD options that you didn't even bother to include them?

Switch to the rare tab. ^^

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i've tried this site several times for arena building. every time i've gotten less than 3 wins. there are cards good in this class that are ranked bad i would have saved me in 2 of my 3 lost games. don't use this site

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Hi I really really really need your help. I followed the list and had a alot of great cards in my deck mostly above average to excellent. and yet i lost so hard i only had 1 win. in fact of my over 40 arena trys my max wins is 2. It is not my choices it is not my gameplay it is everyone I face gets god decks and 3-4 legendaries and all these wonderful combos while I constantly get nothing. I am tired of losing due to everyone has luck except me. and then i go online and see these a-holes saying they get 9-11 wins on average in arena? HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE. answer it isn't they are lying and just idiotic liars. Please what am I doing wrong that I cant even get more than 2 wins in arena. as an example I lost to a guy who threw out 4 freaking 4 of the creature who gets +4/+4 if your opponnent has 15 or less health. seriously 1 you have to be absolutely confident you can even get your opponent down to 15 or less health. but to have that card come up 4 TIMES? unbelievable luck borderline impossible but it happened. Please help me. I am just so far out of patience I am about to consider sueing blizzard for my money back. I dont want to i love blizzard but at this point random chance is a fkin lie they are stacking everyone against me and its just not worth my money. 

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Are you on EU? If so, would you add me on BNet and tell me when you are ready to play arena so I could spectate you? If not, would you provide a replay so I can see if it really as you say?

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 Crazed Alchemist is rated above average in the rare tab. I always had a fondness for that one (for some reason).

Just another gimmicky card , that's probably better to skip over in most cases. Anyways, I've played about as much 

Arena as Keith C. Brown, with a similar win-rate, so I feel his pain. Let's hope the new changes help us draft better cards . ( Btw, thanks for all the great guides Sottle! Icy Veins has helped me alot)

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There are some cards that I feel are overrated. Spawn of Shadows - a Lost Tallstrider, which I believe is overrated as well due to the amount of 4-health removals, such as Bomb Lobber or Flamestrike.
Then, Goblin Sapper. It used to be fine, but now with arena meta getting faster, players rarely have 6 cards on turn 3 and later, which makes Goblin Sapper a 3 mana 2/4, and while Squirming Tentacle is tier 5, Goblin Sapper stays at tier 4.
Finally, Shifting Shade on tier 6 is strange, especially when it's right below Mass Dispel. I feel like Shifting Shade is a fine card at least, being a 4 mana 4/3, which is better than Gnomish Inventor, who is in tier 5. Drawing your opponent's card is not really that bad in arena since you don't usually have combos, and it actually helps against better classes, such as Mage or Paladin, where you often get better cards than the cards in your deck, even after the change of arena draft.

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