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2nd Card sales happens - 30th Oct, 2021

 2nd Card sales happens - 30th Oct, 2021

Putting in the world

The number of runs that it took to get the Duel-It-All Achievement varied a lot by the class. There were some classes that Matthew got very quickly, whereas there were others that took him several tries; he says a medium effort was about 10 attempts. For the more difficult classes, he suggests attempting them in Casual Duels, so that you can reset if you don’t get the offerings you need early.

“To me, what ShtanUdachi did seems impossible,” says Matthew, “because in Duels you can just reset and try again in Casual if you don’t get what you need. But in Arena, you have to play out your suboptimal or failed runs, unless you have endless Gold to just keep retiring, and that takes a really long time.”

That’s pretty much how it went, according to ShtanUdachi. He would still try to win with decks he was not particularly confident in, so as to not just throw away an arena entry. However, once he got a few 12-0 finishes, he would sometimes begin an Arena run with an offering of three heroes he had already succeeded with, so he would just retire those runs right away to re-roll for the heroes he still needed. In the end, it took him about 4-5 months total to complete his quest.

Putting in the world

The number of runs that it took to get the Duel-It-All Achievement varied a lot by the class. There were some classes that Matthew got very quickly, whereas there were others that took him several tries; he says a medium effort was about 10 attempts. For the more difficult classes, he suggests attempting them in Casual Duels, so that you can reset if you don’t get the offerings you need early.

“To me, what ShtanUdachi did seems impossible,” says Matthew, “because in Duels you can just reset and try again in Casual if you don’t get what you need. But in Arena, you have to play out your suboptimal or failed runs, unless you have endless Gold to just keep retiring, and that takes a really long time.”

That’s pretty much how it went, according to ShtanUdachi. He would still try to win with decks he was not particularly confident in, so as to not just throw away an arena entry. However, once he got a few 12-0 finishes, he would sometimes begin an Arena run with an offering of three heroes he had already succeeded with, so he would just retire those runs right away to re-roll for the heroes he still needed. In the end, it took him about 4-5 months total to complete his quest.

That’s pretty much how it went, according to ShtanUdachi. He would still try to win with decks he was not particularly confident in, so as to not just throw away an arena entry. However, once he got a few 12-0 finishes, he would sometimes begin an Arena run with an offering of three heroes he had already succeeded with, so he would just retire those runs right away to re-roll for the heroes he still needed. In the end, it took him about 4-5 months total to complete his quest.

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