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One of the primary ways players obtain new cards in the game is via opening card packs. Each expansion has a distinct card pack that contains only cards from that addition, but card packs function similarly regardless. Card packs will contain at least four common and one rare card, and every card has a chance to be upgraded into a higher rarity card.

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Players who start the game with a fresh account will first need to obtain the Core set cards. This rotating card pool will provide players with a base to craft Standard decks and play the game. Luckily, players only need to get to level 10 in a class to get all Core set cards for that class. A total of 60 levels spread among classes will unlock neutral cards from the set.

Furthermore, players also have a special quest track and associated quest to complete and gain rewards. The prizes can vary from card packs, Dust, golden cards, and Gold. The base track is available to all players for free. However, you can purchase the premium Tavern Pass with real currency and unlock additional levels to complete and get cosmetic awards. Reward tracks reset with every expansion.

Alternatively, old expansions also have special adventure modes, which require the player to complete the Solo Adventure and obtain the cards. Only after are they able to craft and disenchant cards from that adventure.

Legendary cards are the rarest and most unique cards in the game, with several of them making the foundations of meta-defining decks. Players can only put one legendary card with the same name in a deck, compared to the regular two copies of other rarity cards.

The other way to obtain legendaries is to open them in packs. Since they are exceedingly rare under normal circumstances, Blizzard has introduced two safeguards to make legendary cards more available to players:

Legendary quests are a subset of legendary cards, and they can be obtained the same way you would open or craft a regular legendary. For collection purposes, there are no functional differences between a non-Quest legendary and a Quest card.

Every card in a pack has a slight chance of being upgraded to a golden version. Arena rewards also often use golden cards for higher-tier prizes alongside card packs and Gold. The end-of-season Ranked rewards also often contain a decent amount of golden rares.

The easiest way to get new cards is to not worry about the specifics and enjoy the game the way you want it. Our tips should get you started with a deck to use in the ladder and start raking up daily and monthly rewards. Alternatively, head to the Arena for higher-risk higher-reward prizing.

I already have every card. I knew I would have to buy a sizable amount of packs to get all the gold cards I wanted. I'm playing economies of scale here. The more packs I open, the more gold cards I'll get and the less I'll have to craft. It's cheaper in the long run to buy in bulk and craft less.

You need dust to craft the gold cards! It is only a complete non-gold collection. I've read a true full gold collection can cost upwards of $10k. I could easily see it costing at least $7k. There are so many cards that are never seen aside from arena which I have no need to have as golden, though I certainly won't disenchant any that I get!

Absolutely not. Having the cards doesn't mean I know how to pilot them. I put a lot of time (relative to my free time) into this game and spend my free hours watching streams and all the major tournaments that I am able to. I am confident I could push for legend, but time is a resource I do not have enough of.

I do, and at this moment she does not know. We have separate bank accounts... maybe you should leave this question out haha. The thought did pass my mind that I could have bought her a complete collection of cards, but she would never have accepted me spending the money on her. That being said, I'll probably tell her so I can show her this article! I doubt I'd be able to keep that a secret. So Teegs when you're inevitably reading this... You're the most amazing girl in the world and I love that you play hearthstone with me.

There's a large number in my bank account that just became a slightly less larger number. I have enough money, to [the point] where I rarely look at my bank accept every few months to make sure it is going in an upward direction. This game is my biggest pastime. Let's say I've spent $5,000 on this game total, and received 1,000 hours of entertainment from it. That's only $5 an hour of entertainment. I'll spend 60 bucks on a game that I play for 15 minutes and never touch again. Spend money on what you enjoy! My best friend spent $20k on his motorcycle hobby that only lasted one year. Is this really any different?

I believe rank 8. It was just as high as I got from doing my dailies every day. The past few seasons I have been "farming" rank 20 for gold portraits. I find you can have a 90-95% win rate at that rank and this has only gotten better with the recent influx of new players from cellphones. I do however feel especially evil at some of the "Dennis"* plays that I see. That being said, even free to play decks (especially Mage) can swipe wins when you draw too many blanks and they know what they are doing. If I was playing all experienced players piloting these decks, my win ratio would not be nearly so high. It's not the cards that allow me to win so often, but my opponents' lack of experience.

This would be between Warrior, Priest, and Warlock. I love how Handlock allows you to get really low and then drop huge threats onto the board. With Priest, being able to use the enemies cards against them however allows for hilarious and very entertaining interactions. With Warrior, I love just playing one big legendary after another and also the absurd amount of armor you can get on occasion. I've played a Priest for 10 years in WoW, so I'll throw my hat to that class.

Jaraxxus was probably the card I've been most excited to see so far considering his awesome emotes. As far as golden cards that I really want, I'm mostly looking for any golden cards that I actually play, since it will be one less that I have to craft!

Life is short. If you have the disposable income, I would highly suggest at least spending $500 to have the majority of competitive cards. Like I said earlier, the game becomes so much more fun when you are able to play any deck. Now going for all golds is purely cosmetic, but I just love those graphics.

Of course! When new expansions come out, I will continue to buy packs. I'm thinking (hoping) that I can continue to keep my decks gold with less than $2k a year by only continuing to craft gold cards. You save a lot of dust if you just craft the gold card from the beginning. Literally every card I crafted that I am now about to craft gold was a waste of dust. A good 40-50k in total I'm sure.

You can purchase Card Packs, Mercenaries Packs, Adventures and alternate Heroes in the in-game Hearthstone Shop. Whether you shop on a computer or on a mobile device, your Hearthstone purchases and progress are shared across any device where you log in using your account.

Note: These rules do not apply to Mini Sets. Mini Sets are bundles of specific cards. Mini Sets are not card packs and are not subject to randomness. If a Mini Set includes cards that are already in your collection, you will still receive those cards.

Cards found in packs also have different cosmetic qualities. Common, Rare, and Epic rarity cards can be of two different qualities: Normal or Golden. Legendary rarity cards can be of three different qualities: Normal, Golden, or Signature.

Note: Diamond quality cards cannot be found in card packs; signature quality cards can only be obtained from expansion set card packs from the March of the Lich King expansion onward.

You will not receive more than one copy of a Legendary card, until you have received all the Legendary cards in that card expansion. Similarly, you will not receive more than two copies of any Common, Rare, or Epic card until you have received two copies of all cards of that rarity in that card expansion.

Crafting a card counts towards receiving it, and any cards you disenchant (whether golden or non-golden) count as well. This means that if you get a card you don't want, you can disenchant it and you will not receive it again until you have all cards of that rarity from that card expansion.

In-game purchases on your desktop or laptop can be paid with Runestones. The Available Payment Methods for Runestones depend on the country registered on your account. If you have Balance on your account, Hearthstone will suggest this payment method by default.

Teams looking to get the most out of the unlocked accounts will need to dedicate time to complete the tutorial, level up desired classes, and manually open card packs prior to the start of the regular season. Each account will be loaded with at least 300 classic card packs, and at least 300 card packs from each of the following expansions:

Important: Do not update any account details, including the account password, as you will not have access to the associated email to revert any changes. Account changes may result in the loss of account access, and there may be a delay in account retrieval.

Patch is a patch administered during Hearthstone's closed beta test. The patch was made available on October 2nd, 2013. The release of the patch was immediately preceded by a complete wipe of all Hearthstone account information and card collections.

Blizzard had announced at the start of the beta that there would be a wipe partway through this phase. On September 26th they announced that the account wipe would be occurring on October 2nd and gave details of the wipe. Below are some excerpts from the announcement:

We have added an extra function for you: Hearthstone Arena Wins without account sharing! The service is run via sharescreen. There are two options, for any of two we will need stable connection with your PC. 041b061a72


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