I never thought I would do any strategies as a casual gamer, and technically I haven't. This isn't really a strategy so much as my 9-0 Pandora run in Faeria. Could you learn something from it? Sure. Do I have any great plans or tactics? Not really. Other than a general understanding of the game and not being a complete idiot, I don't really have any valuable tactics to share with you. Also, I didn't feel like making another page on my website for things like streams from Twitch which are worthy of a web page or being uploaded to YouTube. So if you have two hours to burn watching me win 9 games in a row and listening to my crackling microphone, enjoy.
Don't let the title fool you, these card combinations aren't that fantastic. They just happen to be combinations that I enjoy that involve back to back Legendary cards.
In the early days of Hearthstone, I used to get frustrated at the number of Legendary cards that a character had in their deck. I felt like their legendary card ended up being too much for me to handle. I would get annoyed at the lack of legendary cards that I would pull when I unlocked a new deck. I wasn't about to go blow money on Hearthstone because I truly don't care that much. Now over a year later, I have accumulated quite a handful of legendary cards and created a deck with my druid that employs every legendary card that I have. Since most legendary cards have higher mana costs, I spent the rest of my deck on cards that would help me accumulate mana crystals fast. While my deck is fun to play, it doesn't help me move through the ranking system very well. In fact it usually sends me backwards. But who cares!
Tinkmaster Over spark only costs 3 mana and at random changes a minion into a 5/5 Devilsaur or a 1/1 Squirrel. This is not a bad card to throw out if your side is empty or filled with low-level minions while the opponent has some hefty or cavalry. You have the opportunity to turn your trash into treasure or possible their treasure into trash. However, if you don't like the uncertainty of tossing a gnome on the board, you can follow up with Hemet Nesingwary. Did Tinkmaster just turn your opponent's Novice Engineer into a 5/5 Devilsaur? No problem. Let Hemet blast that dino in the face. Do I think keeping these clowns in your deck is a good idea? Not really. I don't like the uncertainty of Gnomes and I think 6 mana is a bit rich for a guy that only has 3 health and be eliminated with any number of cheap spells. It is fun to let an opponent thing you goofed and gave them a Devilsaur only to have it blasted away on your very next card.
The other combo that I am enjoying in this terrible legendary deck that I have designed is the Blingtron-Jones combo. When you finally hit 10 Mana crystals you can throw out the even more fun Blingtron-3000. Like all these ridiculous gnomish inventions, you don't know what the hell you're going to get. Blingy could toss you a "Light's Justice" and your opponent an "Arcanite Reaper". Well thanks a lot you stupid robot. That is why it pays off to follow him up with a Harrison Jones. Did your opponent just score a "Gladiator's Longbow" and think he made out like a bandit? Too bad. Harrison is gonna nab that shit next and you are gonna get too more cards in your deck. For an added bonus, I enjoy equipping Blingtron immediately after the opponent has just equipped a weapon because now you have essentially let them waste a weapon card. Remember though, if the opponent's weapon has a deathrattle, it will activate when Blingtron's weapon replaces it.
Are these combinations actually decent? Yes. Is it worth putting these cards in your deck to actually improve your game play? Not really. I gave up on moving through the ranks a long time ago. Now all I care about is making ridiculous decks that are fun to play with. Enjoy!