Curse of Naxxramas had Mad Scientist in it,that was on of the best cards for mage and of the biggest loses in Standard.You should correct that :p
what is grindermage about?
My favorite variation is still Kibler's Fireworks Mage. Which, now that I'm thinking about it, acted very much like C'Thun, but was harder to pull off consistently.
I tried a Secret Mage once. Seven secrets, , , , , h...Not the best success but I bet it was super-frustrating to play against!
Not meaning to be picky, but what on earth is the scale on the left-hand side supposed to represent in that chart? Is that supposed to be peak interest?The other thing I would expect is that 'Patron Warrior' would have a far higher search rate than 'Hearthstone Warrior'. So while Mage may be the most popular when you tack on 'hearthstone' into the search query, I don't think it would be the most popular deck archetype.Here's an example: https://www.google.com.au/trends/explore#q=patron%20warrior%2C%20freeze%20mage%2C%20miracle%20rogue%2C%20dragon%20priest&date=1%2F2014%2030m&cmpt=q&tz=Etc%2FGMT-10I initially set this up to compare Patron Warrior vs Freeze Mage in terms of popularity (Patron peaked out). Then I thought that Miracle Rogue might beat that even (which it did, but not on averages, after the nerfs). Then I tested Dragon Priest, which wiped the floor with the others, despite being only a relatively recent phenomenon.Also consider how face hunter compares: https://www.google.com.au/trends/explore#q=freeze%20mage%2C%20face%20hunter&date=1%2F2014%2030m&cmpt=q&tz=Etc%2FGMT-10Edit: I have a feeling that 'dragon priest' may have some other search element boosting it, since it well pre-dates Hearthstone, back to 2011. Just don't search 'zoo' :P