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hearthstone One Night in Karazhan Patch Live!

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The patch for One Night in Karazhan is available to download in all regions, while the Adventure itself is set to be released tomorrow.

Don't get too excited: the new patch can be downloaded, but the Adventure is not here yet. One Night in Karazhan consists of a free Prologue mission (which will be available tomorrow) and four wings. We encourage you to read this overview of the Adventure, while you can also check out a summary for the entire set of all 45 new cards here.

Here are the notes for Patch 6.0.0:

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In this Hearthstone update we’re rolling out the red carpet for the arrival of Hearthstone’s newest adventure: One Night in Karazhan later this week! Prepare yourself to play the free Prologue mission, then party your way through Medivh’s magnificent tower to earn a total of 45 groovy new Hearthstone cards! This update also adds a luxurious new Karazhan game board, several new card backs and Tavern Brawls, and fixes some bugs.

Read on for details!


One Night in Karazhan: A Hearthstone Adventure

  • Let’s celebrate! Grab a drink, get your boogie on, and get ready for One Night in Karazhan! This all-new adventure will be available on August 11 and includes:
    • A free Prologue mission for you to explore which unlocks two brand new cards.
    • Journey up four unforgettable wings of the Karazhan tower fighting twelve funky bosses and completing nine new class challenges.
    • Completing One Night in Karazhan will unlock 45 all-new Hearthstone cards for your collection.
    • The grooviest new game board you’ve seen arrives to let you strut your card-playing stuff.
    • Will you survive the challenging Heroic mode for each wing?
  • The following card backs have been added:
    • Medivh’s Invitation – Acquired from achieving Rank 20 in Ranked Play for August 2016.
    • Karazhan Nights – Acquired by purchasing all wings of One Night in Karazhan within one week of launch.
    • The Blue Portal – Acquired from completing One Night in Karazhan in Heroic mode.
  • Faceless Manipulator now properly transforms into a golden copy of a golden minion.
  • Fjola Lightbane no longer leaves a Divine Shield behind when transformed.
  • Fixed a crash that would occur when you drew and played a minion very quickly at the start of your turn.
  • [Phone] Your gold amount now properly shows when you access the Shop from the Open Packs screen.
  • Fixed various audio, graphical, gameplay, AI and UI issues.
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One important undocumented change is that tokens, meaning minions that spawn from other minions and/or spells or are created from cards like Evolve, have had their mana cost increased. If somehow you get your minions in your hand, they will be more expensive to play. This makes Mill decks more powerful.

Here is a list of the affected minions:

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