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Knights of the Frozen Throne Card Reveal: Ice Walker

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The next card has been revealed, it is a Mage Rare minion: Ice Walker

The card was revealed by VKingPlays on Twitch.

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(Image is a courtesy of Heartpwn)

This card seems pretty powerful at first glance. The ability to shut down your opponent's biggest threat for 2 Mana a turn could turn out to be useful in decks that need to buy time in the mid-game. It should also be noted that Ice Walker is an Elemental. The downside is that that a 1/3 for two Mana is rather poor, and it remains to be seen if the Mana investment in both playing it, and using the Hero Power afterwards, will be worth it.

For a full list of previously revealed cards, as well as all of the information about the new expansion, check out our Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion hub.

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Being able to freeze without "paying" a card certainly makes shatter a tad more appealing, maybe.

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I see quite some potential here. Not as a card to be played on turn 2 obviously.

But later? Playing it an freezing a big enemy minion (or taking out the enemy hero!) on the same turn definitly has potential. Maybe the enemy will be forced to use a good removel card to get rid of him. Giving you the advantage when playing your bigger threats.

 

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7 hours ago, Oxygen said:

Being able to freeze without "paying" a card certainly makes shatter a tad more appealing, maybe.

My triple Shatter cabalist's should be good now!

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1 hour ago, Blainie said:

My triple Shatter cabalist's should be good now!

Well now that you need it you won't get it....... Blizzard RNG Logic. 

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45 minutes ago, KingMe said:

Well now that you need it you won't get it....... Blizzard RNG Logic. 

Why would you curse me like this

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1 minute ago, Blainie said:

Why would you curse me like this

Gald I could help. ;) 

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