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Innervate

Last updated on Aug 05, 2017 at 19:44 by L0rinda 27 comments

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Innervate is a Druid-only spell. 2 copies of this card are given to you with the Basic set of the game. You receive a golden version of this card for reaching Level 36 and 38 with Druid. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.

1. General Comments

Innervate provides Mana acceleration at the cost of card disadvantage. However, this acceleration will often put your opponent under enough pressure to recuperate more than the lost card, as your opponent will have to play inefficiently to try to keep up. The key to any midrange deck is some form of power spike through the mid-game turns and Innervate is extremely important to provide this.

2. Constructed Play

Innervate is used in almost every Druid deck due to its ability to accelerate your game beyond the point your opponent is prepared to cope with. Although it can leave you low on resources, the trade-off for the increase in tempo is more than worth it. Faster Druid decks will try to kill the opponent with the tempo gained, while slower ones will use cards like Nourish to recover the lost card, while still having a strong board state.

3. Arena

Innervate is an average card in Arena. If you have a significant number of late-game threats in your deck, you can consider picking it more highly, especially if these threats have immediate effects, like Primordial Drake. However, be careful of drafting too many copies of Innervate in your deck, as you fill find yourself running out of cards quickly.

4. Icy Veins Decks that Contain this Card

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