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IntroductionThis is a spreadsheet containing the drafting buckets for the Hearthstone Arena format. For each set of picks in Arena, you will be given three picks from within one of these buckets. The data has been collected by using a script to download drafts from Heartharena profiles, and then using another script to combine the cards into a bucket if they share a set. This has yielded 7 buckets for Common/Rare/Epic Cards and 3 buckets for Legendary cards. Legendaries are sorted in their own tab, and each class is sorted in their own tab as well.Previous Versions:10.4 Buckets after the first hotfixWitchwood Buckets, V1Witchwood Buckets, V2Witchwood Buckets, V2.1Witchwood Buckets, V2.3, ToT Pre-6/11Witchwood Buckets V2.5Boomsday Buckets V 3.0Boomsday Buckets V 3.1Boomsday Buckets V 3.1.5Rhastakan's Rumble Buckets V4Rhastakan's Rumble Buckets V4.1
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Organization + Offering RatesI have organized the buckets in alphabetic order, sorted first by class vs. neutral cards, and then by rarity, with brown being common, blue being rare, and purple being epic. The rarities are then organized minions first, then latest expansion minions (in bold), followed by spells, then latest expansion spells (in bold). Next to the class cards and select neutral are the number of cards observed from the data. This data, while not statistically significant for how often a single card shows up per draft, are meant to be viewed to show an approximate offering rate for cards by their rarity/type when viewed as a whole, to show in-general changes across iterations of Arena, and to show differences across various offering rarities (such as, Rares being more common than Common cards, or that there is no Witchwood bonus in the current itteration of Arena).Spreadsheet Key
Common Cards
Rare CardsEpic CardsBolded: Latest Expansion Cards (Currently Rumble)Italisized Cards: Cards that have switched buckets from a previous version of buckets.Cards that offering rates have increased by at least .1 from the last version of the spreadsheetCards that offering rates have decreased by at least .1 from the last version of the spreadsheetTaverns of Time
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Things of Note
Above each bucket is the number of cards seen from a given pool of data, the total number of picks observed, and the % that each bucket will show up.Most Recent Update:
December 19th
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The number of legendary and skipped picks are included under column O, which is why the picks from each class may not add up perfectly
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The total number of drafts is in Column P, along with Notes about issues with a class in Column Q.
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Column R on contains the individual card data seen, as well as the % chance it shows up if a bucket is offered (Column V) and the chance any given pick is said card (Column W). Searching for a card will return this data as all draftable cards are included.
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1: Due to the relatively small number of drafts, the card offering rates/deck are not going to be accurate for single cards. Hence, any cards that look out of place may be an issue with a small sample size, or just variance.
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Limitations2: Due to the occasional issues with Heartharena data not recognizing cards correctly, or from players picking so fast that the whole set is ignored outside the picked card, this will lead to the buckets mixing due to not catching these issues. Because of this, some classes will not have accurate numbers for the % of time their buckets are offered as its difficult to pinpoint where these issues come from. Because they are so rare to happen, it is assumed that this is not the bucket system being incorrect but quirks with the data that we try to mitigate.
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3: Any stealth changes from Blizzard will cause issues with the data. While they have been much better in Witchwood with announcing minor changes, due to their past actions, it can't be ruled out that Blizzard will make changes and will not officially inform people about it, and this may cause issues with data collection.
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4: Because Epic cards are offered so little, they will vary much more than other cards will. So, any data about Epic cards should be taken with an extra grain of salt compared to other cards.
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