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Which Hearthstone Packs Should I Buy _HOT_

Unfortunately, (as is often the case) there is no universal answer to this question. Deciding which Hearthstone packs to buy depends heavily on several factors, such as the age of the account, pack purchase history, the proximity of the next Standard rotation, and cards needed to complete specific decks.

which hearthstone packs should i buy

In most scenarios, players opening packs until they find a Legendary can expect an improvement over the typical expected value of 102.71 Arcane Dust per pack. Even in the worst possible scenario, players will receive an average Arcane Dust value of 86 from their first 10 packs which is a dramatic improvement over the typical worst-case average of 48 Arcane Dust per 10 packs.

As such, cards sets (with the exception of the Classic set) have an expiration date with regard to Standard. Keeping the Standard rotation in mind can help players determine which packs will give them longer

The main point of accumulating cards from packs is to build powerful decks. As such, specific decks should be kept in mind when targeting card packs. In general, packs that offer the most potential upgrades should be considered in addition to the recommendations above.

A simple spreadsheet can be used to get a better idea of which packs offer the most value in terms of deck building. First, create a list of cards needed from each set. Then, depending on the rarity of the cards on the list, determine which pack offers the highest likelihood of opening a card on the list. Targeting packs from that set should help fill in any gaps in decklists.

Statistics for card packs are a means of observing the rarity drop rates for cards from card packs, determining the opportunity cost of whether a player should continue to buy or not buy packs.

"Pity Timers" exist,[18][6] which define the maximum number of packs that a player opens before guaranteeing the next Rare/Epic/Legendary card.[19][20] Pity Timer counters are tracked individually for each store-bought expansion set, including the Classic set. Previously, it was stated that golden packs did not have pity timers,[21][18] but the official 2023 stats indicate that golden packs also have pity timers.[6]

If standard, you need to decide which type of decks you wanna play. If you want to build and play your own with out looking at online lists, then I'd suggest buying older packs. Not only does it help fill out your collection but gives you MORE options.

If you wanna only play more recent top tier decks then I'd suggest only buying packs from the last 3 sets or so, That should suffice in giving you the needed cards for decks like Pirate Warrior or big Vandar style decks that've popped up in recent metas.

The game no longer has Classic Packs - instead, a Core Set will be given out for free each year for all players. The only packs you can buy for Standard are the expansion packs as well as generic Standard packs which include cards from all current expansions in Standard. As others have pointed out, you are best off purchasing individual packs from each expansion until you open a pack with a Legendary since you are guaranteed a Legendary within the first ten packs you open from each set. Legendary cards are pretty expensive to craft, so getting all your guaranteed Legendaries as soon as possible is the best way to give your collection a bit of a boost - you'll likely end up playing one or two decks based on the Legendaries you open.

You're not going to get ALL the legendary cards from each expansion - just one. Most people would argue that the more legendaries, the better, especially for F2P, so being guaranteed one just by opening a maximum of 10 packs of each expansion is a pretty good deal. If you're worried about rotation, you can stick to the most recent expansions, Forged in the Barrens and United in Stormwind. Another great investment is the Wailing Caverns miniset, which will grant you 4 legendaries, 1 epic (x2), 14 rares (x2), and 16 commons (x2) (66 cards in total) for 2000 gold.

Then look through the other 14 expansions for which commons you want and get packs form those sets until you have all the ones you want. Then do the same for rares which will fill in the entire set of commons for you.

2. Things to do when you start playing HearthstoneIn this section, we will focus on the first steps you should do when you start playing the game for the first time, in order to maximize the amount of gold, dust and packs you will get. If you are already familiar with this section, you may skip it, but we strongly advise you to read it, since there can always be things you missed or didn't know.

We should note here that most people use the terms "Hero" and "Class" interchangeably. But in terms of gameplay, "Class" is the only important thing, while "Hero" is only a character portrait representing that class. All classes are represented by two or more different Heroes, but that's just a cosmetic, in terms of gameplay mechanics, they are the same thing. When we say "Hero" further in the article, that means the same as "Class".Tutorial - First thing you will encounter when you start the game. It is mandatory, but quite easy and should explain to you a few very basic things.Unlock 9 Classes - The first class you will have unlocked by default is Mage (Jaina Proudmoore hero). After that, you will need to unlock the other 8 classes. Go into Solo Adventures, then Practice, and then Normal. There, you will need to play and beat AI playing other Classes. When you win aginst AI Druid, you will unlock that class, win against AI Warrior will unlock Warrior class, etc. Our recommendation is to unlock all heroes by playing with Mage since you will be levelling that class and unlock more powerful Basic cards to add them to your deck. From doing all this, you will be rewarded with 2 Classic packs and 100 gold.Beat the Expert AI - After you win at least once against every Normal AI Hero, Expert AI will be unlocked. They have some better cards and play somewhat better, but are still generally easy to win against. By beating them, you will complete "Crushed them All!" Quest, and you will be granted 100 Gold.Level up all your Classes to Level 10 - There are two reasons for this. The most important one is that you will unlock all the basic cards for each Class by doing this. Basic cards are a cornerstone of Hearthstone and a first step towards building your collection. The second reason is that you will start learning gameplay mechanics, cards, and a gameplay style of each Class, which will help you to understand the game and improve your starting game knowledge. Levelling up all classes to 10 will take you some time, so don't worry.Daily Quest - Make sure to always complete them on a regular basis. You can stack up to three, but then you will need to complete at least one, since there will be no more space, and you will lose your next Daily Quest. They are your primary source of gold. Always "reroll" 50 gold quest, for a chance to get 60+ gold Quest. Apprentice League - New players to Hearthstone start in the Apprentice League. This league has 40 ranks, from Apprentice 40 to Apprentice 1. These ranks are exclusive to new players only, and players cannot lose stars in these ranks, so don't worry, just go there and play. It will help you gather experience, level up your heroes, and get rewards! You will earn 3 Classic card packs upon reaching rank milestones at Apprentice 35, 25, 15, and 5. Upon advancing out of Apprentice 1 and the entire Apprentice League, you will earn 2 Classic packs and 2 packs each for the most recent four Hearthstone expansions. Most importantly, you will get 1 free full deck from the Year of the Dragon (expansions from 2019), for a class of your choice!3. After you've finished Apprentice LeagueWhen you complete the Apprentice League, you will then be promoted to Bronze 10, gaining access to the normal player ranks and the ability to play with Wild cards.By this time you should have a quite good understanding of Hearthstone basics: You will know almost all the core rules, you will understand even some advanced mechanics, you will start to grasp some strategies and have a better understanding of how things work in general. Most importantly, you will be familiar with the vast majority of Classic and Basic cards.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-2','ezslot_13',148,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-2-0');if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[250,250],'ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-2','ezslot_14',148,'0','1']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-ginx_tv-large-mobile-banner-2-0_1');.large-mobile-banner-2-multi-148border:none!important;display:block!important;float:none!important;line-height:0;margin-bottom:15px!important;margin-left:auto!important;margin-right:auto!important;margin-top:15px!important;max-width:100%!important;min-height:250px;min-width:250px;padding:0;text-align:center!importantSo, what's next?Unlock Demon Hunter - Demon Hunter is the first new class added to Hearthstone. To unlock Demon Hunter, you need to complete a free Ashes of Outland Prologue, which can be found in Solo Adventures. Although relatively easy to complete, it contains some advanced mechanics, so you might play a game a bit more before trying to unlock Demon Hunter. Upon completing the Prologue, you will get access to Demon Hunter Initiate set, a special card set that serves as a "core" set for Demon Hunter, with 20 cards.Gain access to Tavern Brawl - Tavern Brawl is a special weekly Hearthstone mode where you play with a unique set of rules each week. This mode is important because it grants you 1 free Classic Pack each week upon achieving the first victory in the new Brawl. Make sure to do this each week. To be able to play it, you will need to have at least one class at level 20.Use your Free Arena Ticket - Arena is a "draft" mode of Hearthstone, where you draft a deck from randomly offered cards and then you play with it until you lose 3 games or achieve 12 wins. The more wins you get, the bigger the rewards, but you are always guaranteed at least 1 pack of the latest expansion. Normally it cost 150 gold per entrance, but the first one is free, so be free to use it and enjoy your rewards.Finish all promotional quests - There are several "hidden" promo quests in Hearthstone, that will grant you a Classic card pack. If you can, you should play just one game of Hearthstone (from your account) on iPad, Android Tablet, iPhone, and Android Phone. Each of these will grant you 1 Classic pack, 4 in total. If you know someone who owns Samsung Galaxy S6, ask them if you can log in to Hearthstone from their device, you will get 3 Classic card packs!Start playing Ranked - Don't be afraid of playing ranked mode, just enjoy the game. Try out different things and decks from cards you have, experiment with the different classes and simply continue to learn the game. Playing ranked will offer you a great number of cards and packs as rewards, which will significantly help you to build up your collection.4. How to spend your Hearthstone gold? After a week or two, you've accumulated a nice amount of gold and you have some fancy new cards from your packs. You've finished Apprentice League and been playing Ranked for a while. 041b061a72


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