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Hearthstone June 2015 Ranked Play Season - Nature Rises!

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The 15th season of Hearthstone's competitive ladder will reward a new Nature Rises card back, themed after Darnassus. This season runs for the month of June, 2015. Take a look inside for the card back image!

 

Here is the complete post from Blizzard:

 

The fifteenth official Hearthstone Ranked Play Season is now live—and we’re unveiling a new card back you can add to your collection!

 

Naturalize opponents on the Ranked Play Ladder with the savage Darnassus card back. You can only earn this card back by playing Hearthstone during the month of June.

 

These card backs replace the art decorating the reverse side of your cards and are a great way to show off your Hearthstone accomplishments. Add the Darnassus card back to your collection by hitting Rank 20 in Ranked Play mode. You’ll receive the Darnassus card back at the end of June’s Ranked Play Season.

 

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Don’t forget—the further you move up the Ranked Play ladder, the more bonus stars you’ll receive next season. In Ranked Play, you’ll receive bonus stars based on your performance from the previous season —one bonus star per rank you attained. Please note that even if bonus stars from the previous season get you directly to Rank 20 or above, you still have to log in at least once each Ranked Season to qualify for the card back reward.

 

The top 100 Legend players for the June Ranked Play season will also accrue points towards qualifying for the Hearthstone World Championship. For more information on how you can become the next Hearthstone World Champion, please visit our Hearthstone World Championship blog here.

 

Show everyone that you’re a Force of Nature in our fifteenth official Ranked Play Season, Nature Rises!, running through the month of June!

 

How did you do in season 14? What are your goals for season 15?

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