ah yes, but a chess player will also know that a move should be temperamental, if you have a move that is quick and you know it's the move you are going to make then this gives the opponent less time to think about their cards. I also do like to take a fair bit of time when I'm playing my discard deck because I'm thinking of the statistics of drawing each card in my deck.micmac42;n9018830 said:I'm probably one of these player.
Even when i have a obvious play, i take some time to think about my "all game" strategy or the next play i will do.
We never have too much time in a game. I was a chess player in the past, and i learn one thing: Don't loose a game with some time left at your clock! Card game is the same, Time is aressource, and i want to use it at best. My purpose isn't to play a lot of game, but play the game I play the best possible.
I apologize if we met in game and i reduce your experience of play. I just hope i will give you some key to understand the slow player and that you could have a more relax attitude with us. During our turn, you still can think about your next play, ... It should not be a waste of time.
I haven't noticed this at all, I've only ever disconnected a few times and for the most part am sure that these were all local issues, so I wonder if theres maybe a bit of instability cross their different platforms but their PC server generally seems fine.ScalaRealeMassima;n9021300 said:I would not have a single problem if there were no so much disconnect/loss.
Longer the game, higher the chance of DC.
Sometimes I rush my turn too if I'm winning and make a stupid mistake.
Having 2/3 DCs per day is what makes me a bit nervous vs slow players.
Given a reconnect feature/dc bug fix, I would not mind, time is there to be used. Sometimes I instant play sometimes I take all time(still fearing DC lol)
Auto squelch setting FTW. Always hated in Hearthstone that this didn't exist and I had to squelch my opponent the first thing I did in every game. Never cared for emotes.newbuschkoeter;n9021930 said:Oh and for those who just want to annoy you with dragging out their turn, just use Imlerith and If they start to do this spam the "Dammit" command
Oh plz common...Zefyris;n9018430 said:Maybe their hand was particularly bad so they are sturgling at each move to understand what they should do.
Maybe it's a new deck for them so they're carefully thinking each move because they have no automatism with that deck
Maybe they're as fast as you but their deck is harder to play than yours
Maybe they really want to become better player and as such take great care of learning during play rather than just repeating the same thing without considering the situation evolving
Maybe their deck is weaker than yours so they're struggling to find a way to keep up with your super strong cards.
Maybe they're just... slower than you.
Lol that's cute. Yeah sure if you netdeck a t1 deck then you can play braindead and still win without thinking due to how unblanced the game is during this patch. Not everyone netdeck, and there's dozens of decks that aren't t1-t2 that are available, not "only 2-3".LyLightBringer;n9051340 said:Oh plz common...
* You shouldn't test a new deck in ranked/vs human oponnents...
* There are only 2-3 deck/strategies atm and they are all easy to play once you've played 3-4 games with, especially in this beta stage of the game where you pretty much know what deck you are facing just from seeing the opponent's faction.
* As i said, too few decks and there are very few situations where you actually need to think about it (most of the time you are just being optimistic about your plays while in reality you know you already lost the game the momment you start thinking to much too often xD )
* As said previously, you can't keep upwith super strong cards with your budget deck, this is a pay to win, you play with 25 cards of which there are 10 broken cards (paying to quickly get the best gold and silvers, and some op bronze cards well known from each faction... gg wp that was so close).
* yeah maybe, but you don't take 45sec each turn, this is ridiculous...
most of the time they are just doing something else while playin gwent (pretty sure about it)
Not everyone netdecks, but the majority of ranked mode players do it because "i want meh wins handed to meh because i payed for this deck, get rekt with your budget deck lel scrub keep wasting your time grinding cards while i laugh at your weak-ass deck compared to my D4rk edge lordz deck i got in 5 mins lmao who's the N°1 one Best player ranked now you noob?"Zefyris;n9052360 said:Lol that's cute. Yeah sure if you netdeck a t1 deck then you can play braindead and still win without thinking due to how unblanced the game is during this patch. Not everyone netdeck, and there's dozens of decks that aren't t1-t2 that are available, not "only 2-3".
You don't test decks against the IA. The IA cannot handle some types of card at all, like ambush cards, so it's irrelevant. And what matters is how your new version of the deck performs at your rank, so casual isn't especially recommended ImO.
if you're relying on those super strong t1 decks right now, you're probably many hundred of sr points above what your real SR should be considering your knowledge of the game and skill BTW.
It's not pay to win. You can easily get tons of scraps without paying.
That patch saw a big imbalance happening, but that's mostly because the OB patch introduced more changes than any before that. It will take time and data to adjust. once it's done, if you play like you do right now... Yeah, some peoples may enjoy a nice drop in SR maybe, even with netdecking the new t1 decks.
Why wouldn't you take the 45sec? They're here for you to use them.
Anyway, if you're playing a t1 deck currently, you have absolutely no right to complain about how much time players take to play. That should be obvious to most peoples here but apparently you missed that point.