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Probably next to 0.
IIRC the official reasoning for each of these cards wasn't just the odd/even deck, but that in general they were too cheap. Like Equality's cost went up 2 and it remained even.
Edited by Ghilz on Mar 4th 2019 at 10:10:36 AM
The only time blizzard has ever really ‘unnerfed’ a card is Molten Giant when it moved wild only.
And they don’t want to have ‘’any’’ basic cards be viable for play, that puts a wall between you and their money they want to wring out of you to buy new packs.
This is not a drill! We have a trailer.
So... This + Expansion icon =Violet Hold?
Edited by googlebot on Mar 6th 2019 at 8:26:10 PM
The Violet Hold has to be the worst prison in the world. Even in card games, it gets infiltrated.
Edited by Resileafs on Mar 6th 2019 at 3:30:35 PM
At the Brawliseum I met a rogue that played Spirit of the Shark, then used two Bonemares to grow the Spirit into 25/25 in a single round.
I am clearly not thinking about the deckbuilding synergies hard enough for this.
Bow to the King! No. The other one.
4th Anniversary Video. With the Innkeeper's Voice actor
Another teaser video.
So the character of the next card is pretty easy to guess. And given how the cards have so far corresponded to the latest expansions, the final and fifth card is most likely Rastakhan himself.
I'm all up for any sort of villainous team-ups, and crossovers in general, so you can colour me intrigued.
EDIT: Well, the latest video deviated from the pattern. Got me there.
Edited by Xeroop on Mar 13th 2019 at 6:38:38 PM
It's THE SUPREME ARCHAEOLOGIST!
I love that surprise at the end. It started to get repetitive, nice way to wrap it up.
Edit: Citizens of Dalaran! ptsd triggered....
Edited by googlebot on Mar 14th 2019 at 11:58:15 AM
New Expansion is "Rise of Shadows"
Note on Twinspell: No, the second copy of the spell does not have the Twinspell Keyword.
Edited by Ghilz on Mar 14th 2019 at 2:42:28 PM
Oh crap it's Nomi. The true villain is here.
League of Explorers will be the defenders of Dalaran! They even have four characters(Elise Starseeker, Reno Jackson, Sir Finley Mrrgglton, and Brann Bronzebeard) to fill in the four classes.
Edited by googlebot on Mar 14th 2019 at 8:31:09 PM
Kalec seems pretty strong. Since it's the first spell every turn, that means you can cast a spell the same turn you play him, possibly the spell you just discovered.
Edited by Resileafs on Mar 14th 2019 at 2:38:02 PM
It shows exactly that in the vid.
x4 I think you missed the Priest spell.
Forbidden Word: 0 Mana Rare Priest Spell. Spend all your Mana. Destroy a minion with that much attack or less.
Edited by Ghilz on Mar 14th 2019 at 2:48:14 PM
That trailer gives me some hefty Sly Cooper vibes. Speaking of which, I would immediately throw money at a stealth platformer starring these guys.
Somebody in the comments also noted that the premise of this expansion is basically the plot of Shrek the Third.
For Kalecgos, remember that mage also gets Twinspell effects. So there's potential to discover and cast both copies of a twinspell for free with him if he survives a turn.
Our first new reveal!
Toggwaggle's Scheme - Rare Rogue Spell; 1 mana; Choose a minion. Shuffle 1 copy of it into your deck (Upgrades each turn!)
Wow, that's a strictly improved Gang Up. Nice going.
Keep that in your opening hand and play that on some end game high value legendary on a control v control game
Skulking Geist to evergreen!
As a Shuffle Rogue player I approve, tho.
Edited by googlebot on Mar 15th 2019 at 1:52:53 PM
Well a bit late but i beat Rumble Run.
Now, is there any important cards i should get from Rasthakan's Rumble? Because i don't a single card from that set
If you only craft one card, probably Zul’jin.
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