This.SoupStraw;n8377710 said:My reaction is, why was this not made obvious/clear in the tutorial?. Sure it adds intricacies to the game and all is good with that, just feels like a hidden thing that actually affects gameplay in a large way.
If you mulligan 1 card it's not guaranteed to be placed in the top 4, but the chance of this happening is 25% because now there are 16 cards in the deck. This means 25% chance to be in the top 3 after you draw the replacement card.Swifty4;n8411510 said:I feel like I'm being a bit of an idiot here but I've read this like 3 times and I still don't really get it. In game tutorial defo wanted as I learn better with practical examples of this kind of thing anyway. *snip*
Keep Roach, just make sure you use a Gold card in round 1 to make her come out the deck.guison;n8413780 said:Wtf so it was purposely giving me the cards I traded out again!??? Fuck me I knew that shit was broken or something. That was the most annoying thing ever i didnt know it did it on purpose. Why would they do that it seems so stupid. I mulligan the card for a reason. I changed my deck completely and had to get rid of cards like roach or reaver scout and all sorts of stuff. Anything that would suck to get redrawn I dont use anymore because I thought that was broken and always giving those cards to me. What an awful design that has to be an accident or just a rogue troll programmer. Hope it gets fixed.