November 28th is the day where we will most likely see all the remaining cards revealed of the upcoming Hearthstone set “Mean Streets of Gadgetzan” (MSG). Senior Designer Matt Place and Dan “Frodan” Chou will play some “family-versus-family” matches on November 28 at 10 a.m PDT (7 p.m. CET) on the official Hearthstone Twitch channel. Also, don’t forget to visit and bookmark the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan Spoiler Card List as well as the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan Power Rankings which will be updated shortly after the stream. Btw., here are the newset cards from the last two days:
On the official Hearthstone blog, Blizzard continues to spoil new cards of the upcoming expansion “Mean Streets of Gadgetzan”. As already announced, they start with one of the three factions, the Grimy Goons, showing three new cards. Additionally, other community sites revealed more cards over the last days since the BlizzCon 2016 expansion announcement. You can find all newly released cards in the below gallery. If you want to learn more about the Grimy Goons, read the blue post below. Don’t forget to visit the official MSoG expansion site to help more cards getting revealed. Also, don’t forget to visit the Gadgetzan Power Rankings to get a feeling of how powerful the cards might be. The site will be in continues flux, so be sure to bookmark!
Introduction While the cards for Whispers of the Old Gods (OldGods) were subsequentially released I made a evolving power ranking with each new announcement. The initial article, which was upated until all cards and the nerfs were revealed, can be found here. At the bottom of the article, I inserted the rating system explanation from the article once more for those who do not remember. In today’s article, I will present you four topics: Winners: cards that performed significantly better or saw unexpected more play than predicted. Losers: cards that significantly underperformed compared to the assessment before the release. Sleepers: cards that have not been figuered out yet or are underused at the moment, but having the potential to become strong. Update: the updated Power Ranking list* *There are two changes in the list: cards rated under (A/B) and (C) are now also listed in (1) to (5) three sub-categories
Welcome to our card gallery for the first Hearthstone adventure, Curse of Naxxramas. Released on July 22, 2014, we thought that the week-by-week nature of the release would warrant a one-stop shopping place for you to plan out which cards you’ll be receiving when as well as allowing for viewing the entire set as a whole. Seeing the cards in their stand-alone glory is great, but seeing the entire set may help to draw out synergies both within the set and some decks you may already be enjoying. With that said, take a look below at the cards of Naxxramas: Spider Wing (Week 1 – Opens July 22) Plague Wing (Week 2 – Opens July 29) Military Wing (Week 3 – Opens August 5) Construct Wing (Week 4 – Opens August 12) Frostwyrm Lair (Week 5 – Opens August 19) 9 Class Challenge Cards Last update on July 21, 2014 For