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The Witchwood Spoiler List

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Hearthstone’s 8th major expansion was announced on March 12, 2018 and will be released in mid April. The set will feature 135 new collectible cards. Much like past expansions, each class will have 2 legendary cards. Shaman will have a new hero card in this set and will be the only class with one. As cards get revealed we will add them to the spoiler list until we have a full collection.

Two new keywords are being introduced with this set:

  • Rush – On the same turn this minion can play, it can attack only minions.
  • Echo – You can play this multiple times on the same turn as long as you have the mana to do so (so if something costs 3 mana with echo, and you have 9 mana, you can play that card 3 times that turn).

We’ve arranged them by rarity and then by casting cost and alphabetical order. Class cards are sorted after neutral.

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Revealed: 135/135!

Last Updated April 9, 2018

Neutral Common (22/22)

Neutral Rare (9/9)

Neutral Epic (9/9)

Neutral Legendary (5/5)

Druid (10/10)

Hunter (10/10)

Mage (10/10)

Paladin (10/10)

Priest (10/10)

Rogue (10/10)

Shaman (10/10)

Warlock (10/10)

Warrior (10/10)

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9 responses to “The Witchwood Spoiler List”

  1. Benjamin McNeal says:

    Does anyone know why Scarlet Wasp doesn’t just say “Enrage:+3 Attack”?

    • hsdecktech says:

      Not sure if you’re meming or not, but: they are removing Enrage as a keyword. As to why they are doing that, the official post kind of explains it. The keyword wasn’t carrying its weight and, I think, they wanted to lessen the mental load of too many keywords so they could add more to this set and Standard in general.

  2. Colin says:

    I read that they are going to stop using the keyword Enrage from now on. The reason is that the explanation for enrage is about as many words as just saying it has attack when damaged on the card, so the change is helpful for new players who don’t know what enrage is.

  3. FoxFire says:

    if I reduce the mana cost of a minion with echo and throw them the next ones will also be at a reduced cost?

  4. senko ukura says:

    with card effect that check if your deck has even/odd cost cards in them (such as mage’s black cat) will the effect activate if there are no cards left in your deck?

  5. Zephan says:

    I’m dying over Tess Greymane. Yogg needed a good replacement.

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