offline Ethan kun Guru Oaksterdam University
Wednesday 24/04/2013, 14:45

Well, I was just curious, cus' I never put three of them in a deck.

offline ghelas Titan E X C A L I B U R
Thursday 25/04/2013, 10:16

I run a 3 2* setup, with my low-star half deck being Nightmare, rather often. I find that it does just fine, because two of the 3*s I will pull in that situation are Phyllis and Artus -- a great card with solid damage that goes through DR, and a great DR.

offline HHM_Dota2 Titan Hip Hop Messiahz
Thursday 25/04/2013, 11:55

My opponent had oflgn , sekutor , c beast in 1 hand in elo :O along with cyb liha , in a 5/5/5/3/3/3/3/3 , wats are the chances of 4 2* appering and 3 2* appering ?

offline WMDuessel Guru Wise Men Distracted
Thursday 25/04/2013, 12:24

5/5/5/2/2/2/2/2 is the only possible setup with three 5*, and I find it extremely stupid to run a deck like that. You can tell the opponent is bad because of his taste in 5* smiley

offline AmberRed1994 Veteran Limit Break
Thursday 25/04/2013, 12:37

According to the auto-calculate function in the Public Presets plus a little bit of terrible math skills from grade 1, chances of getting four 2* for a 5/5/5/2/2/2/2/2 deck is approximately 7.14% and the chances of getting three 2* and one 5* will be 42.86%

Correct me if I'm wrong, been ages since I did math.

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