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Magni Bronzebeard is the New Alternate Warrior in Hearthstone

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New Heroes - golden and animated by default, and with all new emotes and animated Hero Powers - are coming to Hearthstone. The first confirmed new Hero is Magni Bronzebeard, as an alternate Warrior Hero.

 

Blizzard has released the following post explaining what to expect with Magni:

 

“Well, look who it is!”

 

Some new faces have just shown up at the inn! Hearthstone®: Heroes of Warcraft is happy to welcome new Heroes as they pull up a chair at the game table!

 

These new Heroes put a fresh face on the classes you know and love, and bring along some unique surprises of their own.

 

Picture Perfect

 

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These new Hearthstone Heroes will feature beautifully detailed animated Hero portraits, including all-new art never before seen in the Blizzard universe. The first new Hero we’re introducing is a famed Warrior—the mighty King of Ironforge himself, Magni Bronzebeard!

 

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Aside from the vibrant new Hero portrait artwork, these new Heroes also come with unique Hero power animations. Magni’s version of the Warrior’s “Armor Up!” Hero Power is sure to reinforce the fact that his majesty is not to be trifled with!

 

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New Heroes also come with unique emotes and voices that convey their individual personalities, a play area featuring a custom visual theme, and nifty “entering the game” animations so you can greet (or intimidate) your next opponent in style.

 

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If that wasn’t enough, new Heroes also come with a unique card back that will impress even the mightiest of dwarven kings! The steadfast “Magni” card back is added to your collection immediately after purchasing the Magni Bronzebeard Hero, and can be used with any deck of your choice.  

 

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New Heroes will be available for purchase from the in-game Shop for $9.99 USD! Usurp the traitorous Garrosh Hellscream and bring down the hammers of dwarven justice with Magni Bronzebeard; the first new Warrior Hero for Hearthstone—coming soon!

 

New Heroes do not add new cards to your collection or change the classes’ activated Hero Power and are not considered new classes. 

 

Zeriyah has confirmed that the $9.99 price is per individual Hero:

 

https://twitter.com/CM_Zeriyah/status/606499414249603072

 

Heroes will also not all release simultaneously:

 

https://twitter.com/CM_Zeriyah/status/606507040731561984

 

Original tweets and details below.

 


 

This tweet just appeared on the German Hearthstone Twitter feed:

 

 

UPDATE 1: Zeriyah has confirmed on Twitter that all new Hero skins will be golden (animated) by default - no 500 win requirement:

 

https://twitter.com/CM_Zeriyah/status/606494687772340224

 

When more official information is available, this post will be updated.

 

Magni Bronzebeard is the first new Hero being added to Hearthstone, as an alternate Warrior skin.

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We can assume: 
Hunter = Aleria
Mage = Kaelthas
Warrior = Magnis
Shaman = Aegra?
Druid cant really know
Rogue = Garona?
Warlock = Tichondrius?
Paladin = Turalyon
Priest = Tyrande maybe?

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