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Sure it's a powerful 1 drop but was this even necessary? Aggro mage is one mages only top tier decks and now it basically done while druid didnt get anything balanced in standard. Disappointing nerfs, didnt go far enough
A couple of years ago a man widely considered as a top genius PR guru at Team 5 suggested that it was a good idea to hype and unveil an expansion, but then wait for a friggin' month to continue on with the card reveals. Team 5 never questioned his transcendent wisdom, not for a split second and decided to employ his PR tactics for as long as there's expansions to print.
On one hand, this is a serious blow to most mage decks, and Mage was barely hanging on as is. On the other hand, the card is still fair. Here's hoping they give mage a decent 1-drop that doesn't interact with spells.
Personally I don’t like the nerf since mage is my favorite class but only blizzard can say what will get nerf... no matter do we like it or not.It seems like for now blizzard want to see less “only face” decks because of the championships in my personal view.
So does this mean Tempo Mage will be slower? I mean I like the fact they won't have the snowball potential from turn 1, but tbh most of the time I get cucked by that deck it isn't because of Mana Wyrm.
not really sure what to make of this, tbh i'm not that bothered as the mage decks I play (big spells mage, elemental mage) don't run mana wyrm anyway, but not sure whether nerfing the mana cost was the right call here, but what ya gonna do.
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