Reno Jackson is a terrible card because in some matchups everything can be decided if you draw him or not. Oh, I'm facing face aggro? I win because I got Reno Jackson by turn 6. Oh, I lose because Reno Jackson was in the bottom 50% of my deck.That is not skill. Now one could say... well, face hunter shouldn't be played then since it autoloses to Reno. But that is not what happens. Aggro decks generally will have a lower win percentage but a quicker play time, making them ladder as quickly as slower decks with higher win percentages. So, does an Aggro deck really care if the matchup pulled Reno in time? No. It chalks it up to an expected loss and requeues, and if it goes against a Reno deck and Reno hides in that bottom 50% of the deck... that is an expected win for Face Hunter.All Reno Jackson does is over emphasize the luck of the draw.
pretty sure if you are actually fighting someone using beneath the grounds you are getting a free win without reno..
I don't know how a card which basically heals all your life at once is so defended only arguing that it is good because of aggro decks.
Reno is a pain in the a$$ when you get someone down to 1 health and then they play it and go back to full health!