Countess Ashmore — Neutral Card

Last updated on May 27, 2017 at 13:33 by L0rinda 84 comments

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Countess Ashmore is a neutral minion. This card was introduced with from The Witchwood and can now only be obtained through crafting. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.

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General Comments

Countess Ashmore represents a lot of value if she can pull 3 different cards from your deck. The 6/6 body means that you are not giving up much in terms of stats on the card, and so the card draw is very valuable. It is also worth noting that weapons with a Deathrattle can be drawn with her ability. The downside to Countess Ashmore is that she does not do much on the turn on which she is played, meaning that you will need to have a stable position going into that turn or risk being overrun by your opponent.

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Constructed Play

In Constructed play, Countess Ashmore is best used to fetch pieces of a combo, or important parts of a deck. She is particularly good in Rush Warrior decks where she is used to fetch both a weapon, such as Woodcutter's Axe or Blood Razor, and also one of the many Rush minions available in that archetype.

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Arena

Countess Ashmore is a very good card in Arena. She generates a lot of value without creating a large setback on the board. In level games, this value will often swing the game in your favour.