Standard is a new format in Play mode that allows players to go head-to-head using only the most recently released Hearthstone cards. You’ll play Standard using a deck built solely from a pool of cards that were released in the current and previous calendar year, along with a core foundation of the Basic and Classic card sets (which will always be valid for Standard).
Categories Card Lists, Gaming, Hearthstone, Standard, Wild. Hearthstone Basic Set Card List. April 25, 2018 March 11, 2014 by Roffle. Hearthstone Basic Set Overview The Hearthstone Basic Set is part of Hearthstone’s core collection of cards. Many Basic Set cards are available to all players immediately after account creation. Other Basic Set cards are awarded as players gain experience for.
Hearthstone is changing all the time. New sets of cards are constantly being released, balance changes are being made and the meta is constantly shifting. Many new players find it hard to learn how to construct a strong new deck because they have to adapt to the many changes in the game. Here.Once upon a time, Naxx was out and everyone tried to figure out the power levels of Hearthstone’s first batch of new cards. Now we know that most of them were seriously overtuned, single-handedly defining metagames and remaining staple tools all the way until the introduction of Standard. Cards like Zombie Chow, Loatheb and Sludge Belcher were ever-present in slower decks while Haunted.Second Slice is a 1 Mana Cost Free Demon Hunter Spell card from the Demon Hunter Initiate set.
When moving Classic cards to the Hall of Fame, we always look to introduce new cards to this set in order to keep a healthy amount of easily-obtainable cards available to players in Standard format games. We’ve been working for quite a while on some new additions to the Classic set, and we feel that now is the perfect time to bring them into the game.Read More
Compare statistics about all collectible Hearthstone cards. Find the cards that are played the most or have the highest winrate.Read More
The introduction of the Standard vs. Wild formats in April 2016 was an issue that the developers knew since Hearthstone ' s initial release that they would need to address; according to Brode, as new cards were introduced to the game, they recognized that new players would start to find the game inaccessible, while adjusting the balance of the meta-game of which cards from previous expansions.Read More
Great news, everyone! We have some huge changes coming to Hearthstone soon. Here’s a roundup of all the new things coming: 23 Cards will move from Wild to Standard temporarily!While we don’t know which cards will move yet (we’ll get a full list on October 4, but we know that this includes.Read More
Standard will be just whatever Meta Blizzard decideds its going to be. For example if only basics, and classics, are allowed the new expansion is going to be like what 100 new cards at the most ? How many of those will be viable maybe 70 % on a high guess i just pulled out of my butt. So pretty much Standard will just be shaped how ever Blizzard wants it to be. In Sum Thank God I play Paladin.Read More
Why do so many Evergreen cards see play? In my most recent post, I noted that a lot of the most common cards in Standard come from the Evergreen set; about 40% of the most included 108 cards in fact. Full disclosure: I don't think this is a bad thing.Read More
You need a lot less for all the common basic cards, and legendaries are gathered last. You probably need around 70% of that to get all the meta cards crafted and ready (because of all the useful legendaries maybe more, hard to estimate), but who knows what cards are needed in the future, we're here to see how long it takes to get all the cards.Read More
As many of you know, two months ago, 23 cards from across Hearthstone’s history temporarily stepped out of Wild and returned to Standard. On Thursday, Dec. 5, these cards will be leaving Standard. What this means is that decks that currently include any of these 23 cards will need to be adjusted to be playable again. Please note this when.Read More
Hand tracking is a strategy used to track and predict what cards are in the opponent's hand. This can also be done during the mulligan phase to see how many cards the opponent kept in their opening hand. For tips related to drawing cards and the size of your hand, see Card draw.Read More
The Standard Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List Spreadsheet can be used to review all Legendary cards in the Standard format. The list of cards can be sorted by Name, Class, Set, Tier, or Score. Searching is also enabled to sift through the massive number of Legendaries available in the Standard format. Feel free to export this spreadsheet into the offered formats to manipulate it locally.Read More