01/15/2019 03:38 PMPosted by Paf It's a bad habit to directly call people out like that though and even though a lot of people get away with it it's still against the code of conduct just a friendly reminder
[Update: I heard that Kripp just did it. :D ]
Something we debate here is whether we should track progress for things that don't have a reward at the end. The Rumble Run is a really great test case - defeating it with 27 shrines is a HERCULEAN task, that's a level of dedication far beyond defeating the Dungeon Run with nine classes. We didn't attach a reward to it. If we tracked which shrines you completed it with, would you expect a reward once you collected them all? How would it feel if you did it and nothing happened?
Based on feedback from Rumble Run it feels like it's better to track this kind of thing for the people who care. But I'd love to hear what everyone thinks!
@hustla_bb Oooh - would be interested to see your build :) Sounds fun!
@LoremasterEve Nice! Have a decklist you would want to share?
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Which deck would you recommend to someone looking to try out Wild for the first time? https://t.co/Ju4Au6rLeR