Blackrock Mountain Cards All Revealed

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Hearthstone Community Managers Zeriyah and Whirthun were on stream this morning over on Twitch to reveal the remainder of the cards coming out with Blackrock Mountain. We have the complete card list in this article, and will follow up with any information on which cards are coming out each week as soon as possible.


The original broadcast can be reviewed over on the Hearthstone Twitch stream.


Update: The reveal stream is also now available as a YouTube video.


The cards are as follows:

























































e: Zeriyah clarified for us that there will not be a schedule of order for card/class releases, and we will get it on a per-wing basis:




Let us know what new deck ideas you have using these new cards!


Jaraxx- wait, no, that's a Ragnaros. Ragnaros as a hero. Ragnaros as your hero. You're going to want to see this.

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Yeah, noteworthy takeaways for me:


1. There are no epic cards in this set, unlike Curse of Naxxramas. Given the method of acquisition is guaranteed, presumably that's just an Arena balance consideration.


2. Naxxramas added a mixture of minions, spells, weapons, and secrets on a per-class basis. BRM is adding one minion and one spell to each (varies as to which is Common or Rare).


3. Paladin and Shaman feel like the big winners on class-specific options. Quick Shot is a great spell for Hunters, and probably an auto-include (3 damage for 2 gets included by classes like Mage or Warlock already, without question). The ability to draw isn't costed, realistically, so it's a straight tempo benefit if you need it (and/or just more fuel for Face Hunter).


4. Almost nothing for new aggro drops was added. Twilight Whelp firms up early game Priest options (without being forced into Zombie Chow), but that's it for meaningful changes before turn 3-4. Naxx and GvG both added a lot more 1- and 2-drop minions.


5. Absolutely no new offensive silences have been introduced into the game across all three content updates.

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Just to clarify - Gang Up - It says choose a minion - I assume this allows you to choose enemy minions too?

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Just to clarify - Gang Up - It says choose a minion - I assume this allows you to choose enemy minions too?


That is correct! :D

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