Seems like the analysis is only focused on what it does to the state of the board, and not what Yogg is likely to do to the heroes themselves. There's a 2.3% chance of him playing a spell that can only damage your opponent ("Face Damage" in the analysis), but what's the chance of him playing a spell which hurts his caster? Ignoring fatigue, that's a significant number (though not all) of the "Risky Control" spells and some of the "Risky Board Control" and "Control/Draw" ones, as well as some of the "beneficial" cards, oddly enough. (, for instance, is listed as "Card Draw" under Beneficial, but since it does damage to an arbitrary target, could easily result in someone smacking themselves in the face.) Would be nice to see a breakdown of the cards that can result in your hero (or your opponent) straight-out losing the game.Oh, and seems to have been announced after the analysis was done. I'm not sure whether it would go under "Risky" or "Bad", since by itself, it won't do much--but it could lead to some very, very bad situations.Edit: Upon re-reading my comment this morning, I realized that I'd missed a very important word in my first sentence, which I've now added in in bold. Oops.
Yeah he's risky, but as a random leaning player anyway he's going to be a lot of fun, even if you get pyroblasted by him :)I could see him being used in a spell heavy priest deck anyway mentioning embrace the shadow, as you have some ways to restore your health if you survive him being cast and doing a bit of self nuking.Also.. if you have bronzebeard out I guess he will cast double the amount of random spells.
Is it true that Yogg-Saron will cast only random Standart spells in Standart mode?