This is the Arcane Anomaly HS Card that’s being released in the One Night in Karazhan adventure due on the 11th August.
It’s a neutral card that reads: Whenever you cast a spell, give this minion +1 Health.
I think this card will be more popular in Arena than constructed. Even in a deck that uses lots of cheap spells, like Tempo Mage, this card isn’t as good as Mana Wyrm as a 1-drop.
So I don’t see where it fits in to top level constructed decks right now, but maybe there is a home for it. We will have to wait and see how the META changes after all the cards are released from One Night in Karazhan.
This is the Silverware Golem hs New Warlock Card to be released with the new adventure One Night in Karazhan.
The card text reads: If you discard this minion, summon it. Good to see some more discard synergy and it looks like Blizzard developers have a deck in mind that uses discard mechanics.
The 3/3 body for 3 mana is base vanilla. But if you are re-summoning this card it’s good value after just one summon. Going to be interesting to see how and where this card fits in after the entire collection from One Night in Karazhan has been released.
This is the Atiesh hs New Card that is equipped from the battlecry activated by playing Medivh, the Guardian.
This weapon is probably the most powerful weapon in the game when used correctly. The 8 mana cost of playing Medivh is expensive, so it’s a late game card most likely to be played in control, spell heavy decks like Priest and Paladin.
Being Medivh and a spell-based activation it’s easy to assume it will go into a Tempo Mage deck but it’s probably too slow for Tempo Mage and you won’t make good use of the effect.
This is the Medivh, the Guardian HS New Card that we’ve been given a look at before its release in the upcoming Hearthstone adventure One Night in Karazhan.
This is another Legendary from the new set and has a pretty cool effect. The battlecry reads: Equip Atiesh, Greatstaff of the Guardian.
This is a card for those slower control decks as it’s late game value. The effect is really powerful however and I can see this card being played.
This is the weapon that is equipped as the battlecry from Medivh, the Guardian.
You won’t be swinging it to attack with though. The card reads: After you cast a spell, summon a random minion of that Cost. Lose 1 Durability.
This is a really powerful effect. Seeing as the card is an 8-drop you can play a 9 mana spell the next turn and summon a 9 mana minion. That’s pretty insane.
This is the New Card Pompous Thespian gives to us as an early reveal from the upcoming Hearthstone adventure One Night in Karazhan. Looks like a great arena card, not sure about constructed play.
Decks with taunt synergy may be a thing after the release of the new adventure. Warrior has a few cards that make this archetype look realistic, especially with the new card Protect the King, and Bolster which we already have.
This is a neutral card so expect it to be an auto include in arena decks as having a taunt is useful in the early game, and there aren’t that many better neutral 3/2’s. Cool card art too with the Annoy-o-Tron head being held by the stage actor, very Shakespearian.
This is the New Card Moroes to be released with the Hearthstone adventure – One Night in Karazhan on the 11th August.
It’s a reveal of another legendary from the new set to join Barnes. The card text reads: Stealth. At the end of your turn, summon a 1/1 Steward.
This card is very situational. Obviously, it’s good in token decks like Zoolock, but the ability for a lot of decks to clear a stealth unit and 1/1’s means it’s not going to stick in all META’s.
It’s weak to Arcane Missiles, Ravaging Ghoul, most AOE spells, etc. Still, it’s a cool card and will be interesting to see where it fits in and what decks run it.
This is the New Card Book Wyrm coming with the release of the Hearthstone adventure One Night in Karazhan on the 11th August.
It’s a neutral card with the text: Battlecry: If you’re holding a Dragon, destroy an enemy minion with 3 Attack or less.
This will almost certainly find its way into some dragon decks, I’m not sure about Dragon Warrior as it’s not an aggressive-tempo card. It will be more use in control decks like Dragon Priest and builds like this.
Interesting card though, and good to see more dragon synergy to play around with.
This is the New Warlock Card Imp of Malchezaar. As you can see it was a Chinese reveal and I’ve picked up the card and translated it so it may change a little.
This is an obvious inclusion in an aggressive Zoolock deck with card discard minions and spells such as Doomguards and Soulfire.
The card text reads: Whenever you discard a card, draw a card. Basically, this card cycles cards for you so you don’t end up with an empty hand bu discarding quicker than you can draw.
I can see this card seeing play in some aggressive decks with lots of discard mechanics. There may be more cards to follow that synergise too, so this is definitely an interesting card.
This is the New Mage Card Raving Grimoire. It’s not super-powerful at first glance but you can never write any cards off before trying them and seeing what new synergies there are.
Being a 1 mana 1/1 you would have to assume it’s best played in an aggressive build like Tempo Mage. However, once again you are leaving your fate up to RNG and it depends on what spell you get to how good you feel about including this card in your deck.
It’s a downgrade for situations where a random 1-drop can appear. A 1/1 is among the lowest base stats so it’s going to be a disappointment from that perspective.
This is the New Card The Curator revealed as part of the sneak-peak of the upcoming adventure One Night in Karazhan. It’s another legendary, the other revealed legendary being Barnes.
It has a powerful flavour text reading: Taunt. Battlecry: Draw a Beast, Dragon, and Murloc from your Deck.
The card draw is pretty powerful and value wise makes up for the low stats of 4/6 for a 7 mana card. But it’s all very situational and you need to build a specific deck around this card and draw your cards in a favorable order.
This is a card that needs some testing before we can make a real decision on how strong it is exactly. So I’m interested to see this card come out and what decks people can build around it.