How the Hearthstone meta might look after the nerfs to Deck of Lunacy, Sword of the Fallen, and more
Is the lunacy of the current Hearthstone meta finally over?
My Guardian Druid finally got his hands on a piece of gear with Twilight Devastation.
World of Warcraft's replacement for Titanforged and Warforged gear, Corrupted gear, has gone through a lot of changes in the three weeks since patch 8.3 dropped -- not too long ago, for example, we saw Infinite Stars and a host of other Corrupted gear abilities get significant nerfs.
Discipline has been one of the top healing specs over the years, but Battle for Azeroth has seen a drastic decrease in the amount of people playing it.
In Battle for Azeroth, tanking is going to be harder.
Yesterday saw a bunch of hotfixes to World of Warcraft, but the hotfix list just scratches the surface of the bugs Blizzard has squashed since Allied Races joined the game.
Yesterday, Heroes of the Storm blindsided most of its playerbase by announcing nerfs to nearly every support character in the game.
Several players feel like the recent nerf to classes like Barbarians and Witch Doctors is aimed at keeping Necromancers ahead of the pack on Greater Rift clears. Now Blizzard has addressed the reasoning behind these changes and what they actually add up to.
Hearthstone is getting an update next week -- 9.1 releases on September 18.
After almost a month of playing Knights of the Frozen Throne, Blizzard is ready to make some balance changes to some often complained about cards.