The 4,793rd thread about the Hero Deck in General Discussion Posted September 21, 2015 That takes me to League of Legends. You should never balance out a game because of the "Majority". Instead, you should balance out the game based on what people find it truly useless and really powerful. Only less than 1% of all league players are pro players. Now, these pro players play championships as well as ranked games on the same balance as everyone else does. So the pro players find a way to play certain champion which is beyond powerful, but the casual player would never achieve such a level of play to use it like that. Should they just ignore them and leave them to wreak havoc with their incredibly overpowered new strategy or do the balance team step up and do something about it, even when not being the 99% of the community?Now I now they are not exactly the same situations, but still applies where the majority of something doesn't mean anything, when 100% of the other group disagrees. Sure those 90% of players might have only one hero, but then 100% of the people that have more complain about the hero deck. And eventually when those that have only one hero decide to create new heroes, they'll just add to the numbers of dislike of this Hero Deck system as it currently is.