Ravencaller — Neutral Card
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Ravencaller 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.
Ravencaller is a poor value card overall as the 2/1 body is not adequately compensated for by having two random 1-drops in your hand. Random 1-drops are not very powerful as a group.
Ravencaller is too weak to be useful in most Constructed decks. 3 Mana for a 2/1 minion which fetches other weak minions is not good enough to gain control of the board. It can however be played in Quest Hunter decks, where hand size is often an issue. In that archetype, the value of having any 1-drop at all is signficantly more than the actual value of the card generated as it helps to complete the Quest more rapidly.
Ravencaller does not provide enough board presence to be of worth in Arena. Despite the card advantage it offers, the 1-drops it fetches need to be exceptional to compensate for the weak 2/1 body of the card. As you have no control over which cards are found, Ravencaller is not going to be good enough most of the time.
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