Starting Tips for Beginners
- Green decks are easy to play.
- White decks are easy to play.
- In general creatures > buffs > removals > spells in general will be easier to use for beginners. Combos, reviving, milling, synergys, counters and so on will be harder to play at first.
- Do not fear to play “just one color”
- Try not to get into 3 or more colors to fast
- Switch around with starter decks and try them before you go build your own
- Before building decks “from the internet” be sure you have the cards for crafting (prolly around 4-6 mythic, 20 rare). There is no use in building half-a-good-deck, better keep collecting till you can craft-finish one meta-deck you want to use
- You can have up to 3 at one time -> doing dailies can be done every 3 days.
- Daylies give you either 500 or 750 gold -> reroll the once for 500g.
- There is little win in doing the daily 15-wins quest each day -> do not burn yourself out on this one
- BO1 is your arcade style “normal game”, BO3 is best of 3 with a side deck versus the same opponent. -> This is the traditional game play but maybe not so good for beginners.
- Standart is your friend as a beginner, because you got less cards then other ppl.
- Alchemy is your next best pick since it is the “traditional online experience” (other cards than paper magic).
- Historic and explorer are great game modes, but you need cards for them. Just going with standart decks into these might not be much fun.
- You can always stomp bots.
- You can play all game modes as “ranked” (aside from bot).
- You have a “constructed” rank for your normal ranked games and a “limited” rank for your draft games (not all draft modes count as ranked)
- You can always just play friends in 1on1s.
- Brawl comes in standart and historic format. Go find out if you like that.
- Sadly no commander or 2-headed-giant so far (but commander might come?!?)
Thank you for all this, but a decent amount of them say that the code was already redeemed. What could be the reason for this?