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Korean streamer Flurry unveiled a new Epic Shaman Card called Haunting Vision. Chinese streamer MoZe revealed a Rare Hunter Card named Predatory Instincts.
Check out our Rastakhan's Rumble hub for the latest Card reveals!
Draw a Beast from your deck and double its Health.
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The next spell cast this turn costs 3 less. Discover a spell.
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Saronite Taskmaster is a 1-mana 2/3 Neutral minion with a twist!
The card was revealed by Japanese site Famitsu:
Here is an image of the token this card spawns. A 1-mana 2/3 minion is always a force to be reckoned with, since it's difficult to forget how good Zombie Chow was. Saronite Taskmaster is an excellent turn 1 card for Control decks. It's not certain if aggro decks would want to include this card. It can also potentially work as a combo breaker for Big Priest and Mecha'thun decks.
What is your take on this card? Remember that you can check out the rest of the cards revealed from Rastakhan's Rumble in our expansion hub.
We have a new pre-made Tavern Brawl this week and it's all about 1/1 Clones!
You don't have to create a deck in this Brawl, as you just pick your class and you get a random premade one. The rule of When Clones Attack! is that each time you summon a minion, you get a 1/1 copy of it.
Bear in mind that if you Silence the 1/1 copy, it regains the stats of the actual card.
I didn't play with all classes, but Mage can easily ping the copies and if you get Flamewaker, it's game over for your opponent!
Jaina is the queen of board clears and she just received another one!
The card reveal was meant to be done by Day9, but something came up and VentureBeat did it instead. They also interviewed Liv Breeden and Dean Ayala on the card and they have a video with its gameplay.
As shown in the video, you get a random Mage Spell for each minion you Overkill. This makes Blast Wave quite good, but it's still not as good as Dragon's Fury (or Volcanic Potion). One might even argue that Priest's Holy Nova is more reliable than this and it's a spell that rarely sees play. Time will tell if this card sees play.
Let us know what you think about in the comments below and feel free to pay a visit to our Rastakhan's Rumble expansion hub.
The blog series with the lore of Rastakhan's Rumble continues and we also get to see two new cards!
In the first part, we saw Ticket Scalper and Heavy Metal! Rikkar, the young Troll champion, manages to slip into the arena as he gets acquainted with Krag'wa's Frogs, Jan'alai's Dragonhawks and Bwonsamdi's Zombies. You can read the second part of his story here.
The first card revealed is Rabble Bouncer:
This card is way too slow to be see actual play. It is only worth if your opponent has 4 minions on the board and at that point you might as well play Mind Control Tech. On the other hand, this is yet another minion from Rastakhan's Rumble with 7 health. The Star Aligner dream is going to be realised, boys and girls!
It wouldn't be a proper Rumble without a friendly Tuskarr selling funnel cakes soup.
This card look good with the Healing Paladin archetype that has started to flesh out from previous expansions and has now received more support with cards like High Priest Thekal and Zandalari Templar. Soup Vendor could also find its way into Warlock decks, like the Healing Zoolock or it could work with Bloodreaver Gul'dan. Lifesteal cards are also best friends with Soup Vendor. The one weakness that this card has is that it requires Health restored to your hero only.