This week new cards have been added with the Descent of Dragon Expansion which shape the META Decks. These cards are available after playing and clearing level in solo adventures with cost 700 gold or 6.99 USD and if you want to get the whole adventure is it 14.99 USD. Anyway back again to the meta report this week. There is a new deck that are performing well which a key card come as free as playing the solo game. Here is the statistics of the meta tiering with last 3 days from Legend up to Rank 10 based on Hope this will help us climb the ladder before this month’s end.

Tier 1 Meta Decks

Tier 2 Meta Decks

  • Quest Resurrect Priest (53.16%)
  • Galakrond Zoo Warlock (53.09%)
  • Mech Paladin (53.08%)
  • Face Hunter (53.01%)
  • Highlander Galakrond Rogue (52.26%)
  • Quest Hunter (52.20%)
  • Galakrond Rogue(52.04%)
  • Pirate Warrior (51.38%)
  • Hand Warlock (51.34%)
  • Highlander Warrior (51.28%)
  • Highlander Mage (51.09%)
  • Galakrond Warrior (50.81%)
  • Pure Paladin (50.74%)
  • Galakrond Warlock (50.73%)

Tier 3 Meta Decks

  • Combo Priest (49.82%)
  • Malygos OTK Rogue (49.66%)
  • Resurrect Priest (48.57%)
  • Holy Wrath Paladin (48.04%)
  • Galakrond Shaman (47.31%)
  • Quest Druid (47.31%)

Tier 4 Meta decks

  • Wall Druid (46.80%)
  • Control Warrior (46.04%)
  • Dragon Druid (45.31%)
  • Galakrond Quest Shaman (44.58%)
  • Cyclone Mage (43.23%)
  • Highlander Galakrond Priest (41.84%)
  • Quest Rogue (40.98%)
  • Galakrond Priest (40.98%)

Missing meta for nor (Found last week but drop from the list)

  • Aggro Overload Shaman
  • Deathrattle Rogue
  • Quest Warlock

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Hi guys today is the 3 week of january and it is time for another weekly report in meta decks for this month. We will see one deck move from tier 1 to tier 2 because of the nerfs and player popularity. As well as a pile for meta decks from tier 2 and tier 4. Here is the statistics of the meta tiering with last 3 days from Legend up to Rank 10 based on Hope this will help us climb the ladder before this month’s end.

Tier 1 Meta Decks

Tier 2 Meta Decks

  • Galakrond Zoo Warlock (54.33%)
  • Face Hunter (54.13%)
  • Hand Warlock (53.52%)
  • Quest Resurrect Priest (53.52%)
  • Quest Hunter (50.76%)
  • Highlander Galakrond Rogue (53.25%)
  • Mech Paladin (53.17%)
  • Pirate Warrior (52.25%)
  • Galakrond Warrior (51.10%)
  • Highlander Mage (51.04%)
  • Embiggen Druid (51.02%)
  • Galakrond Warlock (50.85%)
  • Pure Paladin (50.48%)
  • Highlander Warrior (50.11%)

Tier 3 Meta Decks

  • Highlander Dragon Paladin (49.45%)
  • Malygos OTK Rogue (49.42%)
  • Quest Druid (48.88%)
  • Combo Priest (48.%)
  • Aggro Overload Shaman (47.21%)
  • Galakrond Shaman (45.83%)

Tier 4 Meta decks

  • Control Warrior (45.69%)
  • Resurrect Priest (45.17%)
  • Holy Wrath Paladin (46.48%)
  • Deathrattle Rogue (44.78%)
  • Dragon Druid (41.37%)
  • Galakrond Quest Shaman (43.88%)
  • Highlander Galakrond Priest (41.96%)
  • Cyclone Mage (40.88%)
  • Quest Rogue (39.09%)
  • Quest Warlock (35.43%)
  • Galakrond Priest (34.67%)

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Chapter 1: January 21, 2020

Chapter 2: January 28, 2020

Chapter 3: February 4, 2020

Chapter 4: February 11, 2020

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We already know 4 cards for the coming story mode in Hearthstone for Galakrond’s Awakening which is coming live this January 21, 2020. The Game developers has announced us another 8 other cards which is Winged Guardian, Rising Winds, Arcane Amplifier, Air Raid, Aeon Reaver, Eye of the storm, Grand Lacket Erkh and Sky’s Gen’ral Kragg.

Card Details

Winged Guardian

Winged Guardian

Type: Minion
Race: Beast
Class: Druid
Rarity: Rare
Mana Cost: 7
Attack: 6
Health: 8
Abilities: Elusive (Cannot be targeted), Reborn, Taunt
Card Text:
Taunt, Reborn
Can’t be targeted by spells or Hero Powers.

Take these broken wings, be reborn, and learn to fly again.

Rising Winds

Rising Winds

Type: Spell
Class: Druid
Rarity: Common
Mana Cost: 5
Abilities: Choose One, Draw Cards, Summon, Twinspell
Card Text:
Choose OneDraw a card; or Summon a 3/2 Eagle.

Rising Wing - Beast Token


Type: Minion
Race: Beast Token
Class: Druid
Mana Cost: 2
Attack: 3
Health: 2

Arcane Amplifier

Arcane Amplifier

Type: Minion
Race: Elemental
Class: Mage
Rarity: Common
Mana Cost: 3
Attack: 2
Health: 5
Abilities: Hero Damage
Card Text:
Your Hero Power deals 2 extra damage

Not on good terms with warlocks.


Air Raid

Air Raid

Type: Spell
Class: Paladin
Rarity: Rare
Mana Cost: 2
Abilities: Generate, Summon, Twinspell
Card Text:
Summon two 1/1 Silver Hand Recruits with Taunt.

It’s difficult to get an air raid together. You have to get twenty-five people, and they all want to play a paladin!

Aeon Reaver

Aeon Reaver

Type: Minion
Race: Dragon
Class: Priest
Rarity: Common
Mana Cost: 6
Attack: 4
Health: 4
Abilities: Battlecry. Deal Damage
Card Text:
Battlecry: Deal damage to a minion equal to its Attack.

Ripping centuries asunder helps him manage his busy schedule.

Eye of the storm

Eye of the Storm

Type: Spell
Class: Shaman
Rarity: Common
Mana Cost: 10
Abilities: Overload, Summon
Card Text:
Summon three 5/6 Elementals with Taunt. Overload: (3)

If that’s the eye, I would hate to see the rest of the storm.

Stormblocker - Elemental Token


Type: Minion
Race: ElementalToken
Class: Shaman
Mana Cost: 5
Attack: 5
Health: 6
Abilities: Taunt

Grand Lackey Erkh

Grand Lackey Erkh

Type: Minion
Class: Neutral
Rarity: Legendary
Mana Cost: 4
Attack: 2
Health: 3
Abilities: Generate
Card Text:
After you play a Lackey, add a Lackey to your hand.

Esteemed leader of Rafaam’s Inhuman Resources department.

Sky Gen’Ral Kragg

Sky Genral Kragg

Type: Minion
Race: Pirate
Class: Neutral
Rarity: Legendary
Mana Cost: 4
Attack: 2
Health: 3
Abilities: Taunt, Summon
Card Text:
Taunt Battlecry: If you’ve played a Quest this game, summon a 4/2 Parrot with Rush.

He’s gunning for Sky Adm’ral.

Sharkbait - Beast Token


Type: Minion
Race: Beast Token
Class: Neutral
Rarity: Legendary
Mana Cost: 4
Attack: 4
Health: 2
Abilities: Rush

Reminders for this Galakrond's Awakening

Chapter 1 – 11 new cards – January 21

Chapter 2 – 8 new cards – January 28

Chapter 3 – 8 new cards – February 4

Chapter 4 – 8 new cards – February 11

Hi guys, it has been days after the nerfs updates take effect. Here are the current meta decks statistics within 3 days from now based on from Legend up to rank 10. Hope this will help us climb the ladder this month.

Tier 1 Meta Decks

  • Token Druid (57.17%)
  • Secret Highlander Hunter (56.27%)
  • Pirate Warrior (55.32%)

Tier 2 Meta Decks

  • Pure Paladin (54.36%)
  • Mech Paladin (54.27%)
  • Galakrond Zoo Warlock (53.99%)
  • Face Hunter (53.46%)
  • Hand Warlock (53.06%)
  • Quest Resurrect Priest (52.70%)
  • Galakrond Warrior (51.98%)
  • Highlander Mage (51.88%)
  • HIghlander Galakrond Rogue (51.53%)
  • Embiggen Druid (51.12%)
  • Quest Hunter (50.76%)
  • Galakrond Warlock (50.70%)
  • Galakrond Deathrattle Rogue (50.33%)

Tier 3 Meta Decks

  • Malygos OTK Rogue (49.95%)
  • Deathrattle Rogue (49.45%)
  • Galakrond Shaman (49.41%)
  • Highlander Dragon Paladin (48.75%)
  • Galakrond Rogue (48.43%)
  • Combo Priest (47.07%)
  • Control Warrior (46.79%)
  • Quest Druid (46.63%)
  • Holy Wrath Paladin (46.48%)
  • Aggro Overload Shaman (46.39%)

Tier 4 Meta decks

  • Galakrond Quest Shaman (44.25%)
  • Cyclone Mage (41.75%)
  • Dragon Druid (41.37%)
  • Highlander Galakrond Priest (40.27%)
  • Quest Rogue (39.09%)
  • Galakrond Priest (37.09%)

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Hearthstone changes have been announced but not date specified, but it should be between Jan 14, 2020 to Jan 17, 2020. As stated earlier they promised to check other Galakrond decks, and other strong meta decks, but ultimately they hit Galakrond shaman decks even more.

Upcoming Changes to Constructed Play


Fiendish Rites – Now costs 4 mana (up from 3).

Fiendish Rites


Scion of Ruin – Now costs 4 mana (up from 3).

Scion of Ruin

Ancharrr – Now has 2 durability (down from 3).



Dragon’s Pack – If you’ve invoked twice, it gives Wolves +2/+2 (down from +3/+3) – Wolves will be 4/5 Taunts now.

Dragon's Pack

Invocation of Frost – Now costs 2 mana (up from 1).

Invocation of Frost


Necrium Apothecary – Now costs 5 mana (up from 4).

Necrium Apothecary


Dragonqueen Alexstrasza – Her Battlecry can no longer generate another copy of herself.

Dragonqueen Alexstrasza

All of those cards will be disenchantable for full crafting cost for 2 weeks after the patch.

Battleground Changes



Burbling: Cost reduced from (2) to (1).


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Wax Warband: Give a random friendly Mech, Demon, Murloc and Beast +2 Attack. (instead of +1 Health)

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Infinite Toki

Temporal Tavern: Cost reduced from (2) to (1). Now reads, “Refresh Bob’s Tavern. Include a Minion from a higher Tavern Tier.”

Infinite Toki

Patches the Pirate

Has returned to the Battlegrounds Hero Pool.

Fire the Cannons!: At the start of next combat, deal 4 damage to two random enemy minions. (increased from 3 damage)

Patches the Pirate


Has returned to the Battlegrounds Hero Pool.

Brick by Brick: Give a random friendly minion +3 Health. (increased from +2 Health)



Golden Soul Juggler

After a friendly Demon dies, deal 3 damage to a random enemy minion twice. (instead of 6 damage once)

Soul Juggler Gold

Bug Fixes and Game Improvements

Battlegrounds: Selfless Hero’s Deathrattle will now only affect minions that do not already have Divine Shield.

Arena: The appearance rate of cards in the draft has been updated to ensure class balance remains close to the ideal 50% win-rate. Specifically, the win-rate of Druid, Hunter, and Paladin should now be decreased. The win-rate of Priest, Rogue, Shaman and Warlock should now be increased. Card appearance rates for Mage and Warrior remain untouched.

Blizzard has new for Hearthstone Masters in 2020.

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In 2019, we had three incredible Masters Tour events in Las Vegas, Seoul, and Bucharest. Thousands of you participated in Masters Qualifiers for your chance to play in these events, and we’re excited to announce there will be even more Masters Tours to play for in the months to come…six to be precise!

Yes, we’re doubling the number of Masters Tour stops in 2020—with USD $250,000 in base prizing guaranteed for each! Like last year, a crowdfunding initiative will bolster the prize pool of the Masters Tours beyond that. These events have yielded some of the most exciting and fun moments in Hearthstone, mixing the top tier of players with the up and comers. We’ve seen consistency from relatively unknown competitors, and witnessed a few usurpers topple veteran Grandmasters on stream.

We’re excited to share that ESL/DreamHack will be the trusted vendor for Hearthstone Master Tour events next year. Here are the locations and dates for most of the Masters Tour events in 2020:

Grandmasters & Relegation

Grandmasters will be back in 2020 for two more epic seasons, with the first starting in April and the second in August! It will still be eight weeks of play, but with a different structure. For the initial weeks the format will rotate and all 16 players in each of our three regions (Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific) will compete against each other, earning points based on their placements. These points will be used to determine two divisions in each region.

Subsequent weeks will consist of round-robin play within the divisions, much like the previous seasons of Grandmasters. This leads into the Week 8 Playoffs, which will qualify one player per region to the World Championship at the end of the year.

Regarding promotion and relegation—three players per region will be relegated at the end of Grandmasters 2020 Season 1, with the three top prize money earners from the first three Masters Tours of 2020 replacing them.


We hope these changes will make Hearthstone Grandmasters fun and engaging for viewers and our pros alike. We’re excited for the new year and hope to see you at an upcoming Masters Tour!

It is interesting that Hearthstone will be in the Sea Games this year, 2019. I will be replacing NBA 2K. Maybe it is time for me to play competitive again and play for tournaments locally. I would think if I will signup for this, what do you think?

This post is taken from Manila standard post last July 2, 2019

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The digital game Hearthstone replaced NBA 2K as one of the six medal games in eSports that will be played in the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee executive director Tom Carrasco said this after he gave an update on the ongoing preparation for the biennial met.

Hearthstone is a free-to-play online digital collectible card game that is developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.

Carrasco said the competition managers of the event were not able to get the needed license to include NBA 2K, a simulation game of the National Basketball Association.
Hearthstone builds upon the existing lore of the Warcraft series.

“Napalitan siya dahil kulang sa license,” said Carrasco.

The five other events that have been included will still be around.

These are DOTA 2, Starcraft 2, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, Arena of Valor and Tekken 7.

SEA Games 2019 will mark the first time that eSports is an official medal event.
ESport was first included in the 2018 Asian Games as a spectator event.

Meanwhile, national team chef de mission and Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William Ramirez initiated the creation of a set of criteria for selection to the national team for the biennial meet last week.

“It is important for us to be transparent,” explained Ramirez, adding that having a selection criteria will also ensure “that we field the best among them since the success of the Games hinges on the performance of our athletes.”

The national sports associations have been informed to submit credentials of their athletes so the secretariat.

A new patch went up that includes the Rastakhan Rumble Pre-Order and the new cards that have been added to the Classic set! Check out the patch notes below, with some newly revealed card backs!



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Patch Notes

In this update we’re preparing the Tavern for the arrival of that monarch of the melee, King Rastakhan, and his riotous rabble of rowdy retainers in Rastakhan’s Rumble! We’ve also got gifts for our friends, new Classic cards, download improvements, bug fixes, and more!

Read on for details!

Thus update is currently live for PC and Mac, and will become available on mobile in the coming hours.


Pre-Purchase Rastakhan’s Rumble!

Pre-purchase one or both bundles and make sure your team is ready to throw down when Rastakhan’s Rumble releases starting December 4!

Rastakhan’s Rumble!

King Rastakhan won’t just be hosting the Rumble, he’ll be brawling with the best of them! When you pre-purchase this bundle, you’ll get 50 Rastakhan’s Rumble card packs, the Ready to Rumble card back, AND the new Shaman Hero: King Rastakhan!


The Challenger’s Bundle

For more budget-minded brawlers, this bundle offers 17 Rastakhan’s Rumble card packs and the Ready to Rumble card back.


100 Million Players

There are more guests in the Tavern than ever before, but there’s always room for more!

Join us by logging into Hearthstone from November 7 – November 11, play with friends, and be gifted with tokens of our appreciation!


  • Get SIX The Boomsday Project card packs just for logging in.
  • Celebrate the Players Quests. Everyone who logs in will receive a quest to play against a friend in any mode for 100 gold. This quest is repeatable up to five times for a total of 500 gold!
    • Unlike Challenge a Friend, only players with this quest in their log will receive the gold, so make sure you log in and get the quest!

New Classic Cards

The following cards can now be crafted or opened in Classic card packs:

  • Icicle


  • Tome of Intellect


  • Call of the Void


  • Pilfer


Added the following card backs:

  • Ready to Rumble – Acquired from a Rastakhan’s Rumble pre-purchase bundle.


  • Frostwolf – Acquired from winning fives games in Ranked Play, December 2018.


  • Good Cheer – Acquired from a special promotion.


  • The Third War – Acquired from the Warcraft III: Reforged promotion.


Download Improvements – We’ve continued making improvements to the mobile Hearthstone app.

  • The option to download via cellular data is no longer saved between sessions. You’ll be prompted to provide permission when new data needs to be downloaded.
  • To improve performance, downloads are now paused while in a match.
  • Phones now use lighter weight card art to reduce app size.

Gameplay Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Small-Time Buccaneer now correctly gains +2 Attack if its stats were swapped by Void Ripper.
  • Deathrattles on replaced weapons now trigger at the same time as minions in play are destroyed, so Powermace will no longer “save” minions destroyed by Blood Razor’s Battlecry.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when Lesser Jasper Spellstone and Bomb were drawn by Ultimate Infestation.
  • Reduced the delay on reactivating Deathstalker Rexxar’s Build-a-Beast when Coldarra Drake or Garrison Commander are in play.
  • Fixed an issue with Valeera the Hollow’s Shadow Reflection sometimes playing its audio cue twice.
  • Fixed an issue where canceling matchmaking could result in a fatal error and failure to connect to a game you would otherwise have been matched to.
  • The season reward chest in the quest log now correctly displays the highest rank achieved, rather than current rank.
  • When searching for Wild cards while building Standard decks in the collection manager, the message now reads “Results found in Wild Sets”.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause returning players to become “stuck” at Finding an Opponent.
  • Fixed an issue with the in-game Shop scaling on high resolution monitors.
  • Fixed various visual issues with Deck Recipes, the Friend List, and New Player Ranks.
  • [Mobile] Fixed issues with cards created by Fal’dorei Strider and Deck of Wonders appearing offscreen on some mobile devices.
  • [Android] Hearthstone now displays correctly on OnePlus6 devices.


The upcoming Hearthstone expansion, Rastakhan’s Rumble, is going to feature a new keyword – Overkill. The keyword tries to capture the gladiator / arena flavor of this expansion – it’s not only about dealing with your opponent, but also about showing off and hitting as hard as possible. In this guide, we’ll gather all the information about new keyword, and all the new cards featuring it. We’ll update it as we learn more and new cards are revealed.


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Overkill Keyword

Overkill is a new Hearthstone mechanic from Rastakhan’s Rumble. It works really simply – it activates when you kill a minion by dealing EXCESS damage. Depending on the card, triggering Overkill can give you a variety of bonus effects.

  • You need at least 1 point of excess damage to trigger overkill effects. If you have a 4 attack weapon with overkill, you need to kill a 3 or less health minion with it in order
  • It means that order is very important when it comes to overkill cards. For example, remember to trade your minion in first and THEN finish minion with an Overkill card to get your effect.
  • While we don’t have any AoE overkill cards, it was confirmed that if there was one, it would trigger for every overkilled minion, not just once.
  • You do not NEED to trigger the overkill effect. You can still e.g. clear a 3 health minion with Baited Arrow if that’s your best play, overkill cards are just much less efficient if you’re not triggering it.
  • Overkill cards also greatly benefit from buffs (weapons/minions) and Spell Damage (spells) – it’s much easier to trigger the Overkill effect when you’re dealing more damage.
  • Each Overkill card will have a different effect, not every weapon will let you attack again like Sul’thraze, for example.
  • It’s yet to be revealed whether there will be overkill cards with negative effects (e.g. powerful cards that have a downside if you overkill a minion with them).

List of Overkill Cards

Rastkhan’s Rumble is the final expansion for the Year of the Raven! Our expansion guide will feature a card spoilers list, gameboard art, card backs, general artwork, and more! We’ll be updating this guide immediately following the release of any new information.

Rastakhan’s Rumble represents the 10th full set Hearthstone expansion and the final expansion of the Year of the Raven. It will be interesting how this expansion does, with The Boomsday Project being semi-disappointing due to the lack of making many waves in the meta and mostly bolstering already existing decks.

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General Information

  • Release Date – December 4th, 2018
    • Rumble Run – Single-Player – Release Date: December 13th, 2018.
  • New Cards: 135
  • New Keyword: Overkill – Cards with Overkill trigger additional effects when they kill a minion by doing damage that exceeds the minion’s health.
  • New Card Style: Spirits – Spirits are special minions with abilities that can turn the tide of battle. Elusive creatures, spirits enjoy stealth the first turn they’re in play.
  • New Card Style: Loa – Among the countless brawlers who are competing in Rastakhan’s Rumble, a handful of legendary loa are ready to shake the competition to its core.
  • Free Stuff: When the expansion is released, you just need to login and you will get one Free Legendary Loa, two Spirit cards from the same class, and six Rastakhan’s Rumble card packs!


Rastakhan’s Rumble Pre-Order

The pre-order for expansions has been changing with each release. Last expansion they offered two different bundles, one had 50 packs and one had 80. With the 50 pack bundle you got a free golden legendary card and a card back, but if you splurged on the 80 packs you were given a sweet Mecha’Jarxxus Warlock hero! The previous one to that was probably the best bundle for value, it was the standard $49.99 cost but instead of 50 packs you were given 70! Whatever it ends up being, this is most definitely the most value you will get when purchasing packs.

In Rastakhan’s Rumble you will have two different choices. The Challenger’s Bundle which is the more budget option, will get you the “Ready to Rumble” Card Back and 17 Card packs for $19.99 USD. If you want to splurge and go for the big daddy, then you will want the Rastakhan’s Rumble Bundle! This includes the new Alternate Shaman Hero: King Rastakhan, the card back, and 50 Card Packs for $49.99 USD. You can pre-purchase right now at the Shop!

Rastakhan’s Rumble Visual Card Guide & Spoilers List

There will be 135 new cards in Rastakhan’s Rumble expansion. Just about every expansion follows a pretty standard flow in terms of rarities. Each class will get two legendary cards, this is usually at least one minion, and the other could be a spell, weapon, or new card type. Classes will then typically get two epic cards, three rares, and three commons. For Neutral cards, this can kind of change based on the expansion, but there can be around five Legendaries, nine epics, nine rares, and a whole bunch of commons.

In this expansion, we’ll be getting a Legendary Troll Champion for each class, as well as a Legendary Loa. The Legendary Loa appear to be cards of great power, and they have strong synergy with the Spirit cards of the same class.

Below you will find cards sorted by class and a visual look at what is still left to reveal.


Most Recently Revealed Cards from Rastakhan’s Rumble











Single-Player Content: Rumble Run

It looks like we’re going back to the rogue-like style of battle in the single-player mode in Rastakhan’s Rumble. You will face off against eight of the most fearsome troll contenders! Learn more about this with our full Rumble Run Guide!

In the single-player mode for Rastakhan’s RumbleRumble Run, compete for glory before cheering crowds in a no-holds-barred smackdown in the Gurubashi Arena! Players will choose a troll champion and climb the ranks in this gladiatorial contest to be crowned champion.


You start your run by picking one of three randomly selected Troll champions. This choice determines your class for this run and gives you a powerful minion on the board at the start of each match.


You and your opponent both start with your shrines in play. Your shrine grants you a special boon tied to your Loa.


Advance in the Rumble and add powerful spell and minion cards to your deck as you progress.

Cinematic Trailer

Every expansion usually comes with a pretty awesome animated trailer. If we’re lucky, some of them even come with a catchy song that goes along with the new release.

Announcement Trailer

The announcement trailer is a bit different, it introduces some new cards and some of the lore behind the expansion.

Troll Champions

Each class is represented by one of the Troll Champions and a Team Spirit representing one of the Loa. You can see how they each correspond to a class below.


Loti keeps her distance from the other Rumble competitors, preferring the company of her dinosaur loa Gonk and other scaled companions. Druids will discover that she’s a master of shapeshifting and claw-to-hand combat.


Warlord Zul’jin is reckless, bitter, and has a chip on his shoulder that’s even bigger than his blade. He’s is more than willing to unleash the primal power of Halazzi the Lynx loa upon his competitors, but he’s got a special knack for the mystical side of the hunt.


The fury of Jan’alai the Dragonhawk loa fuels Malacrass’s fire on the Rumble field. Despite a flair for the dramatic, Malacrass is a clever opponent. He’ll give Mages who are willing to plan ahead access to useful resources.


This master fighter is a fan favorite! Wielding the Light as a weapon, he can use his healing energy in ways Paladins haven’t seen before. Confident to a fault, Thekal moves almost as quickly as he talks, dancing around his opponents for the crowd.


As princess of the Zandalari Empire, Rastakhan’s own daughter calls the loa of the dead, Bwonsamdi, her companion. Talanji will aid Priests in turning their foes’ own might against them if forced to fight.


This charming and flashy pirate has come ashore to claim her share of glory in the Rumble, and she’ll lie, cheat, and steal to get it! Rogues who choose Captain Hooktusk as their champion will find that she rarely goes anywhere without her loyal crew.


The crowd finds this witch doctor mysterious, quiet, and more than a little unsettling. He’s content to let his giant frog loa, Krag’wa, do the fighting while he helps Shamans master channeling elemental magic.


The shrieking, shadow-skulking aspirant of the bat loa Hir’eek revels in the boos she gets from the crowd. Warlocks willing to make the right sacrifices will find Jeklik a useful champion who seems to be everywhere at once.


Voone finds kindship in the rhino loa Akali. He’s a simple troll—he loves loud drums, a roaring crowd, and a raucous after-party—but his former employment by the Black Dragonflight will give Warriors special insight into the ways of dragons.


Each expansion gets its very own customized gameboard! These boards will usually have a lot of various items for you to click on to pass the time between turns, and some of them even have secrets that can only be revealed by clicking things in the precise order! We’ll feature the board below once it’s revealed.

King Rastakhan’s Hero Art

If you grab the full pre-purchase bundle then you will get the King Rastakhan Hero Portrait for the Shaman class!

Card Backs

Most expansions have a couple of card backs celebrating the release. One you can usually get by purchasing the pre-release bundle that is usually the best bang for your buck in terms of packs and value. There will be one you can grab that is from the ranked season, and finally there should be one unlockable by finishing up the single-player content that will be revealed. We’ll have all of those listed right here once we learn more!

There’s two card backs that we know about currently. You can get the Ready to Rumble card back be pre-purchasing the expansion bundle, and the Rumble Runner card back is gained by completing the single-player mode, Rumble Run.

Full Card Art

One of the best parts of every Hearthstone expansion is the great new art that comes out during the reveals.

Cinematic Stills

Cinematic Stills are high quality images from the Cinematic Trailer! These are awesome shots of some of the great art featured in the video.

Key Art

Key Art represents the primary artwork used to get across the theme of the expansion to the other artists that end up creating card art. It’s usually a very flavorable piece of art that sets the tone for the expansion, and makes pretty good wallpaper for your desktop!


Another small leak for the expansion has just come through. Looks like the pre-purchase bundle is going to have a hero portrait just like The Boomsday Project! We aren’t sure about the class, but I would imagine it being either Priest or Shaman.

Information about the expansion has leaked via PC Gamer and was shared via Reddit. It matches up exactly with the recent YouTube leak that gave us the likelihood of an expansion about King Rastakhan.

Once every generation, Azeroth’s Troll tribes come together to compete for the blessings of the Loa and the favor of King Rastakhan. The no-holds-barred battle forms the basis for Rastakhan’s Rumble, the next Hearthstone expansion, which was just revealed today as part of the BlizzCon opening ceremony.

Nine teams will take part in the latest iteration of this time-honored Troll-down, each led by a Legendary Troll Champion representing one of the Hearthstone classes. The Loa, ancient spirits worshipped by the Trolls, will also take part in the fighting as Legendary minions. Shirvallah the Tiger is the Paladin Loa, which costs a cool 25-Mana to cast. You can reduce that outlay by casting spells, but even so it seems like a restrictive price for an effect that’s probably only going to be good in incredibly slow control decks.

Hearthstone is celebrating hitting 100 million players, and with that comes an event! Starting November 7th 10am PDT through November 10th, everyone who logs in will get six free Boomsday Project packs! You can also earn up to 500 gold, by completing the Celebrate the Player quest which rewards 100 gold and is repeatable five times!

Let’s Celebrate Together!

We’re humbled and grateful that so many players have chosen to join us in the Hearthstone Tavern! As our way of saying thank you, we’re throwing a party!

Starting November 7 at 10:00 am PDT through November 10, everyone who logs in will receive six free The Boomsday Project card packs. Then hang out and play with friends to earn up to 500 gold! Everyone* will receive the Celebrate the Players quest which rewards 100 gold when you play a friendly challenge. This celebratory quest is repeatable up to five times—you can even do them all in the same day!—for a total of 500 gold!

Thanks for joining us, and we look forward to sharing many more years of Hearthstone fun with you. See you in the Tavern!

*You’ll need to complete the introductory quests “First Blood” and “The Duelist” to unlock daily quests, (or “Ready for Action” if you’re a returning player). Be sure to make room in your quest log before November 7 so you don’t lose a quest you intended to complete. Just like Play a Friend!, don’t concede too early, or you may not receive credit for completing the quest. Unlike Play a Friend!, Celebrate the Players only provides rewards to players who have this quest in their own quest log.


WHOOA! Golden Common! That’s what you’re going to hear a few times when you open up your Golden Classic Pack that is just under a million bits away.

The Hearthstone Global Games Cheering that was announced last month is nearing the final community progress goal and there’s still time to get in. If you’re interested in obtaining a Golden Classic Pack (on top of all the other rewards, more on that in a moment) you need to drop 2200 Bits and hope that we reach the goal. The other big reason to get in on the cheering is an exclusive card back rewarded at 2500 Bits. Lets talk about the rewards.

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The Global Games concludes at BlizzCon btw! Time is running out to get in on this deal.

Community Rewards

Unlike when we first covered this last month, we now know all of the reward unlocks and their bit tiers.

Reward Unlocked at Total Requires
2 Boomsday Packs 8,000,000 Bits 700 Bits
2 Witchwood Packs 18,000,000 Bits 1300 Bits
4 Classic Packs 25,000,000 Bits 1900 Bits
1 Golden Classic Pack 28,000,000 Bits 2200 Bits

Personal Rewards

There are ten different tiers of personal rewards. Some things are for Hearthstone itself while others are for use on Twitch. The card back is the final personal reward and it will require 2500 bits to unlock.

Reward Unlocked at Total
Common Emote Pack (Twitch) 300 Bits
4 Classic Packs 600 Bits
Rare Emote Pack (Twitch) 800 Bits
4 Classic Packs 1000 Bits
2 Witchwood Packs 1200 Bits
Epic Emote Pack (Twitch) 1400 Bits
2 Boomsday Packs 1600 Bits
Legendary Emote Pack (Twitch) 1800 Bits
Get In Here’ Bundle (10 Packs) 2000 Bits
Special Card Back 2500 Bits

The Twitch Emote Packs (In order of Common -> Legendary)

The Takeway v2.0

This is a MUCH better deal that previously expected now that we see a Golden Classic Pack awaits us. The absolute lowest amount of dust this pack can be worth is 300 dust (4 commons, 1 rare) which is, on average, opening up 3 Hearthstone packs (100 dust / pack).

So for the $34 USD it will cost for enough bits to get the card back, you are now receiving the following items:

  • 1 Exclusive Card Back
  • 1 Golden Classic Pack (assuming we hit the goal!)
  • 14 Classic Packs
  • 4 Boomsday Packs
  • 6 Witchwood Packs
  • 2 Kobolds Packs
  • 2 Frozen Throne Packs
  • 2 Un’Goro Packs
  • 4 Twitch Emote Bundles (20 Emotes in total)

This is a total of 30 card packs, 1 special all-golden classic card pack, and an exclusive card back assuming all you care about is the Hearthstone rewards. Your $34 would be spent on 1x 1500 Bits package and 2x 700 Bits package. If you’re okay with spending $40 though you can always pick up the 1500 bundle twice which gives you an extra 500 bits that could go towards your favourite streamer.

The cheapest way to get 30 card packs is to buy two 15 pack bundles for $20 USD each, so if we were only looking at this from a dust value (due to the nature of the “random” assortment of packs), you are getting, on average, 3300 arcane dust for $34, and a card back. This is pretty sweet and especially good value for newer players or players who have yet to invest much into the game.

Remember that cheering for a team gives the players on that team a portion of the bits cheered (equal to the cut Blizzard receives).
Who are you cheering for?

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you ended up with a golden Mana Wyrm in that pack.