How To Get More Experience In Your Hearthstone Games
Earning experience in Hearthstone is important to newer Hearthstone players because leveling your decks is how you unlock the free basic cards. For the more experienced Hearthstone player, experience is required to unlock the golden versions of the class cards, as well as golden versions of some of the neutral minion cards in the game. How do you earn more experience so that you can unlock your golden cards faster and get that deck to level 60? Well, there are 4 main elements that figure into how much experience you earn in a real game of Hearthstone. I say a real match, because joining a match where one player concedes before round 3 doesn't award nearly as much experience. Here are the 4 primary factors that contribute to how much experience you will earn.
4 Key Elements in Earning More Experience In Hearthstone Matches:
- Playing Versus Human Opponents Awards More Experience (Past Level 10)
- Winning A Match Awards More Experience Than Losing
- The More Cards You Play, The More Experience You Earn
- You Get More Experience The More Enemy Minions You Kill
Playing Against Humans Awards More Experience Than Playing AIYou earn less experience against the AI, than against human opponents. Once you reach level 10 with a deck, you will get nerfed experience if you continue to play versus the AI. It's perfectly ok to play versus the AI up until level 10, then switch over to playing humans. Up until level 10 the experience award is the same versus bots or versus humans. The bots are more easily exploited to earn maximum experience from the other key elements below. After Level 10, Play Against Humans.
Winning Awards More Experience Than LosingOk, this should be a no-brainer. No matter what game mode you are playing in Hearthstone, you will always see a bigger experience award for a win. If you are losing and you are trying to maximize your experience earned in your Hearthstone matches, then You Should Never Concede because of the next 2 key elements.
WIN, WIN, WIN
The More Cards You Play, The More Experience You EarnYou earn extra experience for every card you play in your Hearthstone games (and again if re-casting a minion returned to your hand). That's one reason why you shouldn't concede. Even if you are losing, you should try to play as many minions and cast as many spells as you can before the match ends in order to earn the most experience possible. It doesn't matter what cards you play, because they are all worth the same amount of experience. So if the match is over and you are just waiting to lose, Play As Many Cards As You Can before your death.
The same holds true if you are winning! Even if you already can kill the opponent on this turn, playing more cards before you deliver the lethal blow, will earn you more experience for the match victory. Always Dump Your Hand Before Giving The Lethal Blow.
CAST ALL THE THINGS
The More Minions You Kill, The More Experience You Will ReceiveKilling enemy minions awards experience for every enemy killed, including totems and other token creatures. (Token creature: A minion originally created by a Hero Power or summoned from a Battlecry or Deathrattle effect.) Every minion you destroy awards the same amount of experience, so it doesn't matter which ones you choose to destroy. This is another reason for not conceding too early. Even if the match is lost, you can earn more experience be killing some of his minions before the end of your turn. So if you are completely dead next turn, don't concede and don't just attack the player. Use your minions and spells to destroy some of the enemy minions to maximize how much experience your losing match will award you.
If you are winning, instead of just immediately dealing lethal damage to the opposing player, wipe out more of his minions before delivering that final blow so that you too can earn more experience for your Hearthstone victory. So remember whether you are winning or losing, Kill More Minions Before The Match Ends.
KILL ALL THE THINGS
|More Kills, More Hearthstone XP|
End of Match Trolling Versus Experience Farming In HearthstoneOne of the common misconceptions that new players have is that their opponent is trolling them when they should just go ahead and kill the new player off and end the match. Many times you know you are dead, the opponent has lethal damage on the board, yet he continues to cast spells and play more minions when he doesn't even need to because we think he's just showing off, gloating, or trolling us.
"I'm already dead, you wanker! Just kill me!" We've all been there and thought it. Just put us out of our misery so we can move on to the next game, right? Wrong! Think about those 4 Key Elements In How Hearthstone Experience Is Earned that we just covered.
Instead of getting upset that your opponent is trolling you or just showing off instead of dealing you lethal damage, let's assume that she's trying to maximize her own experience earned in her Hearthstone match. Or we could assume that she's working on completing her daily quests so that she can maximize her gold earned while playing Hearthstone. Most likely, she's probably working on her daily quests and trying to earn more experience at the same time. So try to give your opponent the benefit of the doubt. They are working on unlocking their decks and golden cards too.
And you should be doing the same thing to maximize your experience earned in each Hearthstone match. Don't concede too early. Play your cards and take out as many minions as you can before you lose. And even if you are winning, dumping your hand and killing as many minions as you can will earn you more experience and shorten your grind to 60.
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