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How is experience calculated in HearthStone? I understand you get more exp for playing against people, but i can't find how to work out the exp gained.

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  • I'm talking about in general, not specific modes. – Terry Jul 17 '15 at 20:58
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To my knowledge, there is not a definitive answer. However, we do know (from testing and from developer statements) that experience per match is influenced by the following:

  1. Number of cards played
  2. Number of minions killed
  3. Playing against a human seems to reward a modifier to these

A game in which one player concedes without playing a single card or killing a minion, even against a human, rewards very little to no exp.

Some wonderful people over at reddit did some thorough investigation and seem to have reverse-engineered a somewhat reasonable approximation, which can be read more at What determines how much experience I get from a hearthstone match in play mode?

References: http://hearthstone.gamepedia.com/Experience#Experience https://twitter.com/bdbrode/status/511582329874038784 http://www.reddit.com/r/hearthstone/comments/1nrxww/how_is_experience_gain_caluclated_in_hearthstone/cclklx4

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