Forge of Souls — Warrior Card

Last updated on Aug 07, 2017 at 17:29 by L0rinda 22 comments

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Forge of Souls is a Warrior-only spell. This card was introduced with Knights of the Frozen Throne 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.


General Comments

Arcane Intellect has long been the marker for card draw costs, and so Forge of Souls can be considered a good deal at 2 Mana. The reason it can be priced so cheaply is that getting the use out of the weapons drawn is a slow process, and there will be times, particularly in control decks, that there are no weapons left to fetch. Overall, though, this is a powerful card.


Constructed Play

Forge of Souls is a powerful card in Constructed decks. It does come with the downside that sometimes it does not draw both cards, and because of that, it can be correct to only play one copy in your deck. In Aggro decks, it is a little too slow to get the job done, while in Control decks, it is more likely to be irrelevant when drawn in the late game. This means that although it is powerful, the deck it is played in has to be balanced with Forge of Souls in mind.



The first Forge of Souls you draft is a strong card, but after that, future copies of the card become rapidly less useful. Even with four weapons in your deck, the second Forge you cast in a game will often only have one weapon remaining in the deck to fetch, and so you should usually try to draft something else.