Hearthstone Card Reveals: Undercity Huckster, Tentacles for Arms, and Spawn of N'Zoth

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There have been several cards revealed in relation to N'Zoth, the Corruptor. The three newest of these are Undercity Huckster, Tentacles for Arms, and Brood of N'Zoth. This brings the total of revealed cards to twenty seven.

N'Zoth was revealed late last week, and is a card steeped in lore. We have already covered N'Zoth's First Mate, Soulless Manipulator (originally thought to be called Faceless Shambler), and N'Zoth's Tentacle. With N'Zoth being such a huge character in lore, it is no surprise that the N'Zoth cards keep coming.


Undercity Huckster is interesting in that it has a stats upgrade from Loot Hoarder. In return, the drawn card will generally have less synergy with your deck. It will be interesting to see how that impacts the plability of the card. Blizzard also provide a little lore with the card on their blog.

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Evil is evil, sure, but N’Zoth is a very busy otherworldly horror, so sometimes it’s nice to have someone around to take care of the mundane, everyday wickedness. Take this guy for example. The Undercity Huckster was once an upstanding merchant known for his honesty and integrity. However, after being exposed to a taste of N’Zoth’s tainted influence, this Rogue card has taken to stealing other peoples’ best tricks and selling them back after a price hike. (source)



At first glance, Tentacles for Arms seems to be fairly hard to use. It will probably be tried out by players looking to put a win condition in a heavily fatigue related deck, but my instinct is that there will be better options for that kind of deck.


Spawn of N'Zoth will need to be sure of having the board if it is to see much play, which will probably need it to have some synergies we haven't yet seen. It is however a contender to be the cutest bad guy ever.

Links to other recently revealed cards:

N'Zoth the Corrupter, and lore: Here.
Hallazeal, Soulless Manipulator, and N'zoth's First Mate: Here.
DOOM! and N'zoth's Tentacle: Here.
Forbidden Healing, Herald Volazj, Corrupted Tauren: Here.*
Klaxxi Amber-Weaver, Ancient Shieldbearer, C'Thun's Chosen: Here.

*Note: Corrupted Tauren is actually called Infested Tauren.

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