Damien

Hearthstone Priest Spells and Minions

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This list is missing the Naxx card called Dragon Consort, a 5 mana cost, 5/5 Dragon with the ability Battlecry: The next dragon you play costs (2) less.

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This list is missing the Naxx card called Dragon Consort, a 5 mana cost, 5/5 Dragon with the ability Battlecry: The next dragon you play costs (2) less.

As far as I know, it is a paladin-only BrM card. It should not be on the list.

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In the Arena section of Inner Fire, Convert, Confuse, Power Word: Glory, Lightwell, Shadowbomber and Mind Blast, you might want to take into account that they can't be drafted.

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I just played a game against a friend. He played a Devour Mind, later he play a Lord Jaraxxus shown as "Created by Devour Mind". I played Warlock but I don't have Jaraxxus in my deck and before you ask, there was nothing to shuffle it into my deck and no Shifter Zerus in any deck. We both were confused :D

Did the card mess up "From your opponents deck" with "From your opponents class" ?

Did that happen to anyone else before?

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As I said:

10 hours ago, Caldyrvan said:

there was nothing to shuffle it into my deck

so, no Prince Malchezaar :) We both checked our decks and nothing that could cause that, no discover stuff or whatever.

Sorry, I already thought "damn why don't you have a replay?!" 

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