. Hearthstone Database, Deck Builder, News, and more! In other words, there are many stronger cards. For real, that's one thing about WotLK that should've carried over. The Wowhead Client is a little application we use to keep our database up to date, and to provide you with some nifty extra functionality on the website! Highlander is already the strongest deck for Mage, Hunter, and Paladin and Druid cycles through their deck so fast that they don’t even need to run a true highlander deck to take advantage of the synergy. It can feel pretty busted at times, but other times it feels pretty underwhelming. She's really strong in Arena, and yes, it's not that difficult to build a deck with very few duplicates, and yet I don't feel like she's the main issue - the dragon discover effects are. Screenshots containing UI elements are generally declined on sight, the same goes for screenshots from the modelviewer or character selection screen. fix link. You're right. At least it gives you two, so you won't be ruined by the 'if you're holding another dragon' fine print. Nothing breaks my spirit in Arena more than seeing a Turn 9 Dragonqueen that has a "created by" tag. Dragonqueen Alexstrasza is a 9 Mana Cost Legendary Neutral Minion Dragon card from the Descent of Dragons set!. Simply type the URL of the video in the form below. Well, if you believe Lightforge then, remove dragonqueen alexstrasza from arena. Only autowin one was Jaina and you had to survive and draw it. You can get DQA from so many sources, it's bullshit. Deathknight Jaina VS Dragonqueen Alexstraza, which more busted? Skipped last two expansions. This card borders on ruining the game for me. Discussion. I hear you were instrumental in our push toward Grim Batol - thank you! The Crucible of Carnage: The Wayward Wildhammer! "Tiger got to sleep, Bird got to land; Man got to tell himself he understand.". Posted 10 months, 2 weeks ago. I don’t think it was a mistake in the beginning, especially as the only payoff was og Reno, and you had to make a significantly weaker deck, by running worse cards, to take advantage of it. But when Blizzard does stuff like the Demon Hunter release and then subsequently nerfs everything that doesn't result in a dust refund I have to question their motives. Not even to meme but I could get behind a balance approach like that if the iterations were rapid. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Darkmoon going to be good?