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Lilian Voss Reveal: Knights of the Frozen Throne

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Toxitina revealed a new Legendary 4/5 Rogue Card that can replace spells in your hand with random spells from your opponent's class.

The latest information about the upcoming expansion can be found in our Knights of the Frozen Throne hub.

Rogue's Lilian Voss

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(Image is a courtesy of Hearthpwn)

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The good:

1) This curves right into Ethereal Peddler

2) This gives a chance to reroll awful spells received from Swashburglar, Undercity Huckster, Shaku, the Collector

3) This has good stats

4) This gives a way out from "classic" rogue hands full of useless spells. You are happy to topdeck this if your hand is Preparation, Counterfeit Coin , Counterfeit Coin, Cold Blood

5) It gives you a way to turn high tempo low value spells allowing to not run out of resources quickly

The bad:

1) It is not a good idea replace spells you chose to play with something random that may be completely useless

2) Playing Chillwind Yeti  on turn 4 against aggro decks will usually result in a quick death. Pirate warriors, token shamans and aggro druids aren't going anywhere.

3) It may stay in your hand forever if you don't want to transform your useful spells

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I can see it played as a late game reroll. I'm not sure about this one at the moment. 

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We  didn't see 1 common, 1 rare, 2 epics and death knight for rogue. Any of these may be a new spell generator

 

 

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Just now, Strongpoint said:

We  didn't see 1 common, 1 rare, 2 epics and death knight for rogue. Any of these may be a new spell generator

You have a point good sir. 

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Well.  Having actually played a decent amount of burgle rogue, I can say, this card really isn't bad in that archtype. It really has no chance of being played in any other deck really, but the amount of useless spells you can get cluttered in your hand is quite high, plus this card can be played on curve.  I mean not competitive, but fun.

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Ah... Random replacements for Gadgetzan Auctioneer's fuel when it gets Hall of F***'d.

More card steal! More RNG! More randomness! More Polymorph from Babbling Book to 'skillfully' win tournaments! Un-nerf Yogg-Saron, Hope's End and give it for free to every player instead of C'Thun so everyone can share in the fun! RNG IT TO THE MAX! PLAY WHATEVER YOU DRAW, IT DOESN'T MATTER ANYWAY!

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22 minutes ago, Keizoku said:

Ah... Random replacements for Gadgetzan Auctioneer's fuel when it gets Hall of F***'d.

More card steal! More RNG! More randomness! More Polymorph from Babbling Book to 'skillfully' win tournaments! Un-nerf Yogg-Saron, Hope's End and give it for free to every player instead of C'Thun so everyone can share in the fun! RNG IT TO THE MAX! PLAY WHATEVER YOU DRAW, IT DOESN'T MATTER ANYWAY!

Show us on this doll where the RNG hurt you. 

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Card name / WoW character it is based on is a tribute to Lilliana Vess from Magic the Gathering? Cool :)

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33 minutes ago, KingMe said:

Show us on this doll where the RNG hurt you. 

Everywhere. There's just so much random card generation and effects in this game that it boils down to a coin flip far too often. Where's the satisfaction from "winning" a game when you get Leeroy Jenkins out of the Firelands Portal you just got from pinging your own Shimmering Tempest as a last-ditch desperation measure? What lessons to improve your gameplay can you draw from losing against a Priest who gets exactly the Pint-Size Potion and the second Divine Spirit he needs from Lyra the Sunshard he just dropped on his empty sided of the board to OTK you with your own Primordial Drake?

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1 minute ago, Keizoku said:

Everywhere. There's just so much random card generation and effects in this game that it boils down to a coin flip far too often. Where's the satisfaction from "winning" a game when you get Leeroy Jenkins out of the Firelands Portal you just got from pinging your own Shimmering Tempest as a last-ditch desperation measure? What lessons to improve your gameplay can you draw from losing against a Priest who gets exactly the Pint-Size Potion and the second Divine Spirit he needs from Lyra the Sunshard he just dropped on his empty sided of the board to OTK you with your own Primordial Drake?

I feel you, RNG is one of the things I love and hate about this game. When it's good it's good but when it's bad....... I have to go get my laptop out of the neighbor's yard. 

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On 02/08/2017 at 1:51 AM, KingMe said:

I feel you, RNG is one of the things I love and hate about this game. When it's good it's good but when it's bad....... I have to go get my laptop out of the neighbor's yard. 

Your laptop? You mean the pieces of your laptop after you smashed it on the way down

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