Rise of Shadows is bringing 135 new cards to add to your collection, including Lackeys, Schemes, the new Twinspell keyword, and much more! In the years since, he has dwelled in the shadows, recruiting the greatest antagonists Hearthstone has ever seen to join the League of E.V.I.L. -a veritable supergroup of villains from previous Hearthstone sets, including King Togwaggle, Madam Lazul, the irrepressible Dr. Boom, and Hagatha the Witch.
These familiar faces bring with them a number of new gameplay mechanics. In addition to this, the first story chapter will be available for free in May with subsequent chapters costing $20 (around Rs. 1,400) or 700 in-game gold.More news: Williams is hampered by a "fundamental" problem with design according to Russell
After suffering defeat at the hands of the League of Explorers, Arch-Thief Rafaam realised that his designs on Azeroth would require more roguery than he alone could muster.
Check out all the new cards we've seen so far below. In Rise of Shadows, these ne'er-do-wells will once again act on their nefarious intentions, aided by Hearthstone players looking to get their hands dirty. It'll be exciting to see how this card helps shape the Rogue class heading into the Rise of Shadows expansion. Some cards (like the EVIL Miscreant) add random Lackeys to your hand, one-mana-cost 1/1 minions with surprisingly useful Battlecry abilities. For example: Kobold Lackey's Battlecry deals two damage to a target. The only problem is that there's five different Lackey types (one for each of the five villain groups united), and they'll be dealt to you randomly, so you'll have to improvise your strategies a a bit.More news: Kyle Busch eyes historic victory
You will find new spells that grow in power with each turn while in-hand, and a set of callback cards will feature effects paying homage to Hearthstone sets that included the League of E.V.I.L.'s members. Wait until just the right moment to spring the trap! The $50 bundle includes 50 packs, a card back, and a Legendary card, and an $80 bundle for 80 packs, the card back, a Golden Legendary, and the Madam Lazul Priest Hero. The Priest Spell Forbidden Words, which spends all the player's mana to destroy a minion with that much attack or less, is a callback to Forbidden Shaping from Whispers of the Old Gods. Madame Lazul is the main troll from the teaser trailers who hasn't been since she warned players of their impending doom in the cinematic for Whispers of the Old Gods. The crime-fighters the Defenders of Dalaran fight back with Twinspells, a new keyword that gives you back another copy of a spell once you've played it. Druids can use their Twinspell card The Forest's Aid to summon five 2/2 treants - and if the opponent manages to clear them, you can instantly refill your board by recasting the Twinspell copy. "We don't want to inundate people with all these things and assume that they knew what these terms are", Thompson said.More news: World shocked amid right-wing terror attacks on mosques