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In my rich, six months Collectible Card Game experience I have learned that I always rush to achieve something. I need to play 15 games a day, but I have only one hour to play. I need to craft that card today. I need to reach rank 50 now. Wrong.
I had same problems when I started playing chess 20+ years ago. Every game needed to be won now. The moment I realized that all objectives won’t be met today I gained depth: take your time, reconsider you objectives, game will be there tomorrow. This all common sense, but you need to remind yourself of this sometimes. Take your time, play a game, think about card you drew, think about your 0-9 losing streak; think even more of your 7-0 winning streak. Don’t rage.
Now, when you realized that Sun is not revolving around you, you can start playing the game and develop your own style. Experiment, play practice mode, play solo arena, and have fun while you prepare yourself to conquer the ladder.
Don’t get me wrong, decks and community on this site are the greatest help you will ever have. But try to be critical. Ask yourself: Will I know how to play this deck? Can I do better with fewer resources? As I said in Chapter I, you will have enough time to master insane legendary decks, but first try to understand the game yourself. You can’t run if you still learning how to crawl.
I drove myself insane trying to master control mage. I had humiliating losing streaks. Then I simply returned to budged spell sword deck with no legendary cards and started burning through ranked again.