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    New Player : What to expect

    Hello SE community,

    I'm new to the game and want to know about the learning curve. If I want to compete competitively what to I need to understand/learn?

    I've played a hand full of games in the last week with decks I found on the forums. I didn't like the mage "rush" deck at all. I prefer my decks be balanced so I went with the priest. Are tourney decks fast or slow?

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    Someone named Zhou should post on here soon, check the links in his signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuelJ View Post
    Someone named Zhou should post on here soon, check the links in his signature
    This Zhou you speak of must be the SE guru then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artifakt View Post
    This Zhou you speak of must be the SE guru then?
    In his dreams Nope just a nice guy with a great signature for new players

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    Haha..


    Well before Guru Zhou posts here, I'm here to welcome you Artifakt The best thing you should do if u want to be a competitive player is to join a guild. I can recommend you honestly mine - Warriors of the Blue Phoenix, because we are always happy to welcome everyone, regardless of SE experience. We also have a Player Development program whtch can attend every full member and have a mentor that will pass him all the necessary knowledge. So if u are interested just click the link in my signature and inform yourself or simply register on our forum http://wotbp.proboards.com/ and make an intro thread.

    Anyway good luck and have fun, andd see you in the game and forums

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    Hi there the guy zhou is most likely sleeping but I'm not...=P
    Underneath in my signature says Helpful links simply click on that =]

    In my opinion in order to be competitive you must know every hero and most cards. In tourneys you will see variety of decks and knowing their playstyles will benefit you a lot.

    In terms of Learning Curve, some guilds will help you on that. For example, Warriors of the Blue Phoenix have Player Development Program (PDP) this program is pretty much for new to casual players. It should help with learning all the heroes and playstyles.

    Also, welcome to the forums
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    Thanks Meeklosh and Jo3yb0i,

    I will definitely check out your guild and register on your forum.

    Great article Jo3yb0i! It seems like the game is focused around card draw. no draw = lose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artifakt View Post
    Thanks Meeklosh and Jo3yb0i,

    I will definitely check out your guild and register on your forum.

    Great article Jo3yb0i! It seems like the game is focused around card draw. no draw = lose
    Pretty much, draw and card advantage is very important, or should I say, the most important thing.

    Looking forward to see you on BP forums
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    Tournament decks seem to be enough more control compared to qm decks.

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