Rondels Disenchanting Guide

Rondels Disenchanting Guide 1

“Should I keep this card?”

This is a guide mainly designed for newer players who have only started gathering their first cards or whose set is far from complete. The cards listed in the disenchanting list mainly focuses on competitive cards for ladder. If you are on the verge of completing your collection or are looking to play some wacky decks, this list may not apply to you.

With the game continuing to develop I cannot guarantee that these cards will remain bottom tier cards. This article provide a current “snapshot” of the cards that are currently rarely / not used.  The cards will be listed in the order in which they will appear in your collection to make it as simple as possible.

This disenchanting list has been brought up to date with the release of Whispers of the Old Gods. We recommend the following if your intention is to start playing Standard on a budget:

  • Disenchant all “Wild Sets”: Goblins vs Gnomes & Naxxramas. Wild is rarely played and is mostly seen as a format to “mess around” in, if you have the budget feel free to hold onto these cards, otherwise I’d recommend disenchanting them.
  • Refrain from disenchating Common Cards: They give next to no dust, only 5 dust a piece. However I have added common cards in the list below, for thight budget players.
  • This list is based on Competitive Decks: Summoning Stone decks and other funky decks have not been taken into account with the creation of this list.

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I hope this article was of help to any of you, if you have any remarks please comment below!

This is a guide mainly designed for newer players who have only started gathering their first cards or whose set is far from complete. The cards listed in the disenchanting list mainly focuses on competitive cards for ladder. If you are on the verge of completing your collection or are looking to play some wacky decks, this list may not apply to you.

6 COMMENTS

  1. This is a helpful list! The only one I might amend is Blingtron. IT’s certainly niche, but it still seems worth hanging on to.

  2. @Prufrockz Yeah it’s certainly a cool card and, but the goal of this guide is to only include current competitive cards. It may have potential later on, but right now it’s sees almost no play.

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