Wait, so rogue is the best to play, but also the hardest to play? Arn't those 2 contradictory?
Just got 12 win in arena with rogue recently, exactly with Bucaneer, Valiant and Burgle!
Actually to be even more of a grammar nazi the opposit of hard in the way it's used here is easy. You are howerever right that easy and best isn't the same by far though. This is often the fact in most games where a difficult hero/class/race is also in general more rewarding (i.e. better) once you learn to master it.
This list seams to disagree others I've seen and doesn't tell tell you that no matter what a class's rank is you still need to pick a class you know how to play. Alway pick a class you're familiar with if you want the most wins possible.
1. Paladin (if they get the best draft, paladin is the best class)2. Rogue (counter to paladin)3. Mage
Hrmm, I'll go ahead using the derpy "vocabulary Nazi" approach here:The opposite of "hard" is "easy."
I'll be the biggest Grammar Nazi here: Anyone who didn't capitalize the G in Grammar (or in Slummish's case, V in Vocabulary) or the N in Nazi is doing it wrong as "Grammar Nazi" is a proper noun, and thus you capitalize both the first letters. (PS: Totally not a Grammar Nazi, I'm just following along and trying to be cool)OT: Mage will always be in the top 3, even if every expansion from here on out gives them meh cards, and Warrior is doomed to stay as crap when they get stuff like Bolster as a common. It's like they intentionally want Warrior to stay irrelevant. I mean, first Bolster and now Warsong Commander got nerfed to unplayable (I am glad they finally nerfed it, but they didn't need to make it worthless. Warrior's now the worst class in both Constructed and Arena).