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Arena Warlock Tier Lists

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

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I would maybe move Antique Healbot up a level for Warlock as the 8 heal is pretty good in this class

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Madder bomber is missing

It's there.

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Call Pet is missing.

Call Pet is a Hunter class card. It shouldn't be on the Warlock spreadsheet.

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I almost feel like twilight drake should be higher than tier 3 in warlock.

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You're not going to tap, tap Drake in Arena. Well you could, but you'd lose. Life Tap is a tool in Arena that you use to refill your hand when you're low on cards, it's not a tool that you use to fill your hand with 7+ cards. Slow play like that will just get you over run in Arena since it's so Tempo focused now.

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north sea kraken?

 

Tier 2: Great, first row, 4th column

Seriously, can't people just use Ctrl-F?

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I wonder why Corruption is put in Terrible? It can remove a very strong creature if no other means are available. For a cost of one mana which can be spare anyway.

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I wonder why Corruption is put in Terrible? It can remove a very strong creature if no other means are available. For a cost of one mana which can be spare anyway.

 

It's not instant removal and your opponent will still have their turn to make use of the minion and even respond to the corruption (silence or bounce back etc).

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Please delete this whole guide. It is outdated and missing too many cards but is still at the top of Google searches. I wasted a lot of time thinking this would help me but had to find a more updated guide.

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Please delete this whole guide. It is outdated and missing too many cards but is still at the top of Google searches. I wasted a lot of time thinking this would help me but had to find a more updated guide.

What is missing exactly? Maybe you could give us a detailed feedback, so that we could actually update the guide and make it better for the users. (if it is indeed out-dated)

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Tournament medic is not the worst card for warlock.Should be tier 4, not lower.

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I'm not a specialist here, but demonfuse doesnt deserve to be in the worst tier. That helped me to rocket up to the 10 wins, since it combos really really well with your demons, especially with the doomguard. 

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I would strongly suggest Blastcrystal Potion is not "Bad" - it is a cheap threat removal and it has served me well in a recent succession of strong Warlock Arena decks - I would always consider it at least "Above Average". If we don't agree I'll just be happy that it might mean I face a few fewer!

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1 hour ago, Guest Blastcrystal Potion? said:

I would strongly suggest Blastcrystal Potion is not "Bad" - it is a cheap threat removal and it has served me well in a recent succession of strong Warlock Arena decks - I would always consider it at least "Above Average". If we don't agree I'll just be happy that it might mean I face a few fewer!

Sorry, this was not intended and will see a fix very soon. We apologize for this, and we are glad that you pointed it out.

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