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Dancing Swords

Last updated on Jul 15, 2015 at 15:43 by Sottle 25 comments

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Dancing Swords is a neutral minion. This card used to be obtained in the Naxxramas solo adventure, but is now only obtainable through crafting (unless you purchased the first wing of the Curse of Naxxramas before the expansion was removed from the shop, in which case, you can still purchase the rest of the expansion). Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.

1. General Comments

Dancing Swords is a powerful Tempo card, that suffers the drawback of allowing your opponent to gain card advantage. It can be powerful in decks that want to aggressively seize the board and do not care too much about their opponent drawing cards.

2. Constructed Play

Dancing Swords is used in two types of decks in Constructed. Firstly in decks that are all-out aggressive, that do not care about their opponent's card pool. Secondly, it can also be used it Mill decks that aim to overdraw the opponent and burn their cards.

3. Arena

In Arena, Dancing Swords can be a powerful card if you have a Tempo based deck that aims to be ahead on the board early, and maintain that lead. Equally it can be very poor if you have a slower Control based deck that aims to out-value the opponent. You should play close attention to your deck when looking to pick up this card.

4. Icy Veins Decks that Contain this Card

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