Through the Dark Portal Frequently Asked Questions
Last
updated April 16,
2007, by Paul Ross and Edwin Teh
This set is legal for sanctioned
constructed play from April 27, 2007.
1. Keywords
1.1 Cat form
·        
Some ongoing abilities have the power “Your hero
is in cat form.” While you control such an ability,
your hero “is in cat form” and consequently has +1 ATK while attacking. Each of
these abilities also has the power “When you play a non-feral ability or strike
with a weapon, destroy this ability.”
·        
Some ongoing powers say, “Your hero has +N ATK while attacking in cat form.” The +N ATK from such a power is in addition to the +1 ATK from
cat form.
Example: Heart of the Wild reads, “Your hero has +2 ATK while
attacking in cat form.” While your hero is in cat form and you control Heart of
the Wild, your hero has +3 ATK while attacking.
1.2 Dual wield
While your hero has dual wield:
·        
You can have two one-handed Melee weapons
without violating uniqueness. However, simultaneously having an
Off-Hand equipment causes a uniqueness violation, which you must repair
by destroying either that equipment or either of the weapons. A hero losing
dual wield while its controller has two Melee weapons also causes a uniqueness
violation.
Example: Your hero has dual wield and you have Deathbringer
in play. You can play Sword of Zeal without violating uniqueness. However, if
you then play Observer’s Shield, it causes a uniqueness violation that you must
repair by destroying any one of the equipment.
Deathbringer,
3, Weapon-Axe, Melee (1), 2 ATK, 2 Strike
When your hero deals combat damage with Deathbringer
to an ally, your hero deals that amount of shadow damage to target hero in that
ally’s party.
Observer’s Shield, 2,
Armor-Shield, Off-Hand (1), 2 DEF
Observer’s Shield enters play exhausted.
Sword of Zeal, 4,
Weapon-Sword, Melee (1), 2 ATK, 2 Strike
When your hero deals combat damage with Sword of Zeal, target player may ready
that many of his resources.
·        
You can strike with two Melee weapons per combat.
As usual, you can strike with each of those weapons multiple times if it can be
readied during that combat. If you strike with two different weapons in the
same combat, the total combat damage is associated with both weapons.
Example: Your hero has dual wield and you have Deathbringer
and Sword of Zeal in play. Your hero attacks an ally, and you strike with both
weapons. When your hero deals 4 combat damage to that ally, both weapons
trigger. As each triggered effect resolves (in the order of
your choice), your hero deals 4 shadow damage, and target player may ready 4
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·        
Even if combat damage is associated with two
weapons, only a single packet is dealt by each character, and so powers that
trigger “when your hero deals damage with a weapon” trigger only once.
Example: Your hero has dual wield and you have Blade Flurry and two
Viking Warhammers in play. Your hero attacks an ally,
and you strike with both weapons. When your hero deals 2
combat damage to that ally, Blade Flurry triggers only once. As its
effect resolves, you may have your hero deal 2 melee damage to another target
hero or ally.
Blade Flurry, 4, Rogue,
Ability-Combat Talent
Combat Hero Required

Ongoing: When your hero
deals combat damage with a weapon to an ally, you may have your hero deal that
much melee damage to another target hero or ally.
Viking Warhammer,
1, Weapon-Mace, Melee (1), 1 ATK, 1 Strike
1.3 Stealth
·        
While a character with stealth is attacking,
characters can’t protect.
·        
Some abilities that give your hero stealth, like
Vanish, are destroyed when your hero deals damage.
Vanish, 1, Rogue, Instant
Ability-Subtlety
Your hero is elusive this turn. If it’s defending, remove all attackers from
combat.

Ongoing: Your hero has stealth.

When your hero
deals damage, destroy Vanish.
·        
Two cards from Heroes of Azeroth have received errata to
align them with this template:
Stealth, 1, Rogue,
Ability-Subtlety
Ongoing: Your hero has stealth.

When your hero deals damage, destroy
Stealth.

When Stealth is destroyed, you may
pay (2). If you do, put it into your hand at end of turn.
Veil of Night, 3, Rogue,
Instant Ability-Subtlety
Your hero can’t be targeted by opponents this turn.

Ongoing: Your
hero has stealth.

When your hero deals damage, destroy Veil of Night.
·        
Unless a card says otherwise, dealing damage
with a character with stealth does not
cause the destruction of any cards or the loss of the stealth keyword.
Example: You attach Lessons in Lurking to an ally in your party and
then attack with it. When that ally deals damage, neither it nor Lessons in
Lurking are destroyed. It continues to have stealth.
Lessons in Lurking, 2, Ability
Attach to target ally.

Ongoing: Attached ally has stealth. (Can’t protect against it.)
1.4 Trap
·        
As you play an ability
with the Trap keyword, you may exhaust a defending hero in your party rather
than pay the Trap’s resource cost. However, your hero need not be defending to
play a Trap.
Example: You can pay 4 resource points to play Frost Trap whether
or not your hero is defending. While your hero is defending, you may exhaust
your hero rather than pay 4 resource points.
Frost Trap, 4, Hunter, Instant
Ability-Survival
Trap (You may exhaust your defending hero rather than pay this card’s cost.)

Remove all attackers from combat, and opposing heroes and allies
can’t attack this turn.
1.5 Untargetable
·        
The untargetable
keyword is active only on cards in play.
·        
A link can’t target an untargetable
card. A target is illegal if it becomes untargetable.
However, untargetable characters can be proposed as
attackers or defenders, because proposing doesn’t target.
Example: Your opponent targets an ally in your party with Charge.
You attach Blessing of Freedom to that ally in response. As Charge tries to
resolve, it’s interrupted because all of its targets have become illegal, so your
opponent doesn’t draw a card. No player can add a link to the chain targeting
that ally until Blessing of Freedom is detached. However, that ally can be
proposed as an attacker or defender.
Blessing of Freedom, 1,
Paladin, Instant Ability-Protection Blessing
Attach to target hero or ally in your party.

Ongoing: Attached
character is untargetable.

At end of turn, destroy Blessing of Freedom.
Charge, 1,
Warrior, Ability-Arms
Exhaust target hero or ally.

Draw a card.
2. Combat terminology
During a combat:
·        
A character “attacks” as it exhausts to become
an attacker and is “attacking” from this time onwards. Before this time, no
characters are attacking, defending, or in combat.
·        
A character “defends” against an attacker as it
becomes a defender, immediately after the protect point. It does so whether it
was proposed as a defender or protected another character, and is “defending”
from this time onwards. Both characters also “enter combat” with each other at
this time, and are “in combat” with each other from this time onwards.
Example: You attack Grunt Baranka with
High Overlord Saurfang. Immediately after the protect
point, both powers trigger. Saurfang’s effect is
added to the chain first because it’s your turn, so Baranka’s
resolves first. As it does, both Baranka and Saurfang are destroyed.
Grunt Baranka,
2, Horde, Ally-Orc Warrior, 2 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
Protector

When Grunt Baranka defends
against an ally, destroy her. If you do, destroy all attacking allies.
High Overlord Saurfang, 8, Horde, Ally-Orc
Warrior, Unique, 9 ATK (Melee), 4 Health
Protector

When an ally enters combat with High Overlord Saurfang, destroy that ally.
·        
A character “protects” as it exhausts during the
protect point, and is “protecting” from this time onwards. It’s not protecting
before this time, even if it has the protector keyword.
Example: High Overlord Saurfang is in an
opposing party. You can target Saurfang with First to
Fall only during a combat in which he has exhausted to
protect.
First to Fall,
2, Instant Ability
Destroy target protecting ally.
3. “You may choose both” quests
·        
Some quests give you a choice of two rewards and
the option to choose both if your hero is a specified race. If you choose both
rewards, you perform them in the printed order on resolution.
Example: Your hero is a Blood Elf, and you complete Solanian’s Belongings, choosing both rewards. As the
completion effect resolves, you put an ability card from your graveyard on top
of your deck and then draw that card.
Solanian’s
Belongings, Horde, Quest
Pay (4) to complete this quest.

Reward: Choose one: Put an ability
card from your graveyard on top of your deck; or draw a card. If your hero is a
Blood Elf, you may choose both.
4. Specific cards
Aleyah Dawnborn,
Horde, Hero-Blood Elf Paladin (Holy), Mining/Enchanting, 26 Health
(4), Flip Aleyah Dawnborn
>>> When an ally in your party deals combat damage this turn, Aleyah heals that much damage from herself.
This modifier triggers every time any
applicable ally deals combat damage this turn.
Ambush, 3, Rogue, Instant Ability-Assassination ComboPlay only if your hero has stealth.

Your hero deals X melee damage to target exhausted hero or ally, where X is 5
plus the ATK of one of your Daggers.
You can play Ambush whether or not
you have a Dagger in play. If you don’t have one, X is 5.
Arcane Torrent, 3, Horde, Instant Ability
Blood Elf Hero Required

Interrupt all other
ability cards. Opponents can’t play abilities this turn.
Opponents can play abilities in
response to Arcane Torrent, and they will resolve before it does.
Aspect of the Viper, 8, Hunter, Ability-Beast Mastery,
Aspect (1)
Ongoing: At the end of your turn, you may ready all of your resources.
This power triggers at the start
of your end phase. If you choose to ready your resources, you can exhaust them
to pay resource costs during your end phase.
Barnathrum, Lord of Pain, 4,
Alliance, Ally-Human Warlock, 3 ATK (Shadow), 4 Health
(1), [Activate] >>> Double the damage on each ally.
If a modifier (like Barnathrum’s) adds damage to a character but doesn’t
specify that it deals that damage, that damage is put on that character, and so
it can’t be replaced or prevented.
Berserking, 3, Horde, Ability
Troll Hero Required

Ongoing: When your hero
is dealt damage, put a berserk counter on Berserking.

When your hero attacks, remove all berserk counters
from Berserking. Your hero has +1 ATK this
combat for each counter you removed this way.
You add one berserk counter for
each packet dealt to your hero, regardless of the size of that packet.
Boat to BootyBay, 4, Ability, Unique
Ongoing: [Activate] >>> Remove an ally in your party from the game.
Use only on your turn.

[Activate], Destroy Boat to BootyBay
>>> Put all ally cards removed by Boat to BootyBay
into play under your control. Use only on your turn.
Ally cards return to play ready
and with no damage counters. If you destroy this card to use its power, it
returns all ally cards that were removed by the card you destroyed and only
that card. If you remove an ally in your party with Boat to BootyBay,
and then that Boat leaves and reenters play, that ally card can’t be returned
because it was removed by a different card.
Boneshanks, 3, Horde,
Ally-Undead Warrior, 3 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
When Boneshanks is destroyed, destroy target ally.
If your opponents control no
allies (or only untargetable allies) as this
triggered effect is added to the chain, you must target a friendly ally.
Brainwash, 5, Priest, Instant
Ability-Shadow
Gain control of target attacking ally.
The target ally stops attacking as
it changes control. You gain control of it until it leaves play.
Cannibalize, 2, Horde, AbilityUndead Hero Required

Remove any number
of ally cards in graveyards from the game. Your hero heals 2 damage from itself
for each card you removed this way.
You can remove ally cards from any
number of different graveyards.
Convalescence, 2, Priest, Instant Ability-HolyYour hero heals all damage from target ally. You may
destroy an ability attached to that ally.
You can target an ally with no
damage on it and/or no abilities attached to it.
Crown of Destruction, 5, Armor-Mail, Head (1), 1 DEF
At the end of each player’s turn, that player destroys one of his abilities,
allies, or equipment.
That player must choose an
ability, ally, or equipment that can be destroyed. He can’t choose a card that
can’t be destroyed or a card type that he doesn’t control.
Distract, 3, Rogue, Ability-Subtlety
Exhaust all allies in target player’s party. Each of those allies can’t ready
during its controller’s next ready step.
Allies in that player’s party are
flagged as Distract resolves. None of those allies can ready during that
player’s next ready step, even if they were already exhausted.
Dramla Lifebender,
6, Horde, Ally-Undead Warlock, 4 ATK (Fire), 5 Health
Undead Hero Required

You can play ally cards
from your graveyard.

If an ally would be put
into your graveyard from play, remove it from the game instead.
The first power allows you to play
ally cards from your graveyard if otherwise legal. It’s active only while Dramla is in play. You can still play ally cards from your
hand.
The second power doesn’t stop you
from paying destroy costs. If a cost involves putting a card into a graveyard
from play, and Dramla replaces that action, that part
of the cost is still satisfied. Similarly, if a card says, “destroy [a card].
If you do,” and Dramla replaces the action of putting
that [card] into a graveyard from play, the “if you do” is still satisfied. If Dramla herself would be put into your graveyard from play, her
own modifier removes her from the game instead.
The Dying Balance, Quest
Pay (2) to complete this quest.

Reward: Reveal the top two cards of
your deck. If they have different card types, put one into your hand and the
other on the bottom of your deck. Otherwise, put both on the bottom of your
deck.
The different card types are ability,
ally, armor, hero, item, quest, and weapon.
Earth Elemental Totem, 2, Shaman,
Instant Ability-Enhancement, Earth Totem (1), 1 Health
Totem (Can be attacked or targeted like an ally.)

Put an Earth Elemental ally token with 2 ATK, 2 health, and
protector into play.

Ongoing
The Totem and the token are
independent. Damaging or destroying one doesn’t impact the other. As usual, the
Totem stays in play for the rest of the game unless removed.
Evocation, 1, Mage, Ability-Arcane
Ongoing: (2) >>> Draw a card.

When a card leaves your hand,
destroy Evocation.
A card leaves your hand when it
goes to any other zone.
Eye of Kilrogg, 2, Warlock,
Ability-Demonology
Look at target opponent’s hand and choose a card. Remove that card from the
game.
You
look at that player’s hand and choose a card as Eye of Kilrogg
resolves. Players can respond before you do so. Once a card is chosen, that
player can’t respond by playing or discarding it.
Fortune Telling, 8, Ability
Turn your deck over.
This modifier turns your deck over
as it’s created, and continues to reverse the orientation of your deck zone for
the rest of the game. After your deck has been turned over, the top is still
the side furthest from the table and the bottom is still the side closest to
the table. You still draw cards from the top. All cards in your deck become
face up and public. Any player can look at them, but not reorder them. Decks are always shuffled and cut face down.
Gamon, 1, Horde, Ally-Tauren Warrior, Unique, 1 ATK (Melee), 1 Health
Any hero or ally can attack Gamon. (Including
characters in your party.)
His power allows any friendly
character (other than himself) to propose a combat against him if otherwise
legal. A friendly, non-attacking protector can protect during such a combat as
usual.
Goldenmoon, 3, Alliance,
Ally-Night Elf Rogue, 2 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
Elusive

You can have an additional Pet while
your Pets have different names.
If Goldenmoon
is in your party, you can have up to two Pets with different names in your
party. If two Goldenmoons are in your party, you can
have up to three Pets with different names in your party, and so on. Having two
Pets in your party with the same name causes a uniqueness violation, as does Goldenmoon leaving your party while you have the maximum
number of Pets.
Greefer, 3, Horde, Ally-Troll
Rogue, 3 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
Opponents can’t complete quests.
To complete a quest is to add its
completion effect to the chain. Greefer’s power has
no impact on completion effects already on the chain.
The Haunted Mills, Horde, QuestUndead Hero Required

Pay (3) to
complete this quest.

Reward: Remove an ally card in your graveyard
from the game. If you do, draw a card for each ally card you’ve removed with
quests named The Haunted Mills.
You choose an ally card in your
graveyard as the completion effect resolves. If you successfully remove an ally
card from your graveyard each time you complete a quest with this name, you
draw one card the first time you do so, two cards the second time you do so,
and so on. Only cards removed during the current game are counted.
Inner Fire, 4, Priest, Ability-Discipline
Inner Fire enters play with three charge counters on it.

Ongoing:
Prevent all damage that would be dealt to your hero. When damage is prevented
this way, remove a charge counter from Inner Fire. If you removed the last one,
destroy Inner Fire.
You must remove one charge counter
for each packet prevented this way, regardless of the size of that packet.
Intercept, 1, Warrior, Instant Ability-Fury
Exhaust target hero or ally, and your hero deals 1 melee
damage to it.
You can target an
already-exhausted character.
Jin’do’s Evil Eye, 4, Item,
Neck (1)
At the start of each player’s turn, the first opponent to that player’s left
names a card. That card can’t be played this turn.
That
player names a card as this triggered effect resolves. Players can respond
before that card is named. Once a card is named, cards with that name can’t be
played this turn by any player. Placing a resource is different than playing a
card.
King Mukla,
7, Ally-Gorilla, Unique, 6 ATK (Melee), 5 Health
When King Mukla enters play, you may gain control of
target ally with cost 3 or less.
You control target ally until it
leaves play, whether or not King Mukla stays in your
party.
Koringar the Heavy, 7, Horde,
Ally-Tauren Warrior, 5 ATK (Melee), 5 Health
(3) >>> This turn, Koringar has all the
payment powers of all other allies.
Koringar’s
modifier continuously checks all other allies in play this turn. As a result,
he gains the payment powers of all other allies whether or not those powers or
those allies existed as his payment effect resolved. If a copied power refers
to the original ally’s name, use Koringar’s name in
its place.
Example: Koringar and Tim are the only
allies in play. After Koringar’s payment effect
resolves, he has the power, “[Activate] >>> Koringar
the Heavy deals 1 arcane damage to target hero or ally.”
Tim, 3, Alliance, Ally-Human
Mage, 1 ATK (Arcane), 1 Health
Elusive

[Activate] >>> Tim deals 1 arcane damage to target
hero or ally.
Korthas Greybeard, 1,
Alliance, Ally-Dwarf Paladin, 1 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
Protector

[Activate] >>> Prevent the next 1 damage that
would be dealt to target hero or ally this
turn.
This card has received errata. The
bold text above updates the printed card text.
Lay on Hands, 1, Paladin, Instant Ability-HolyYour hero heals all damage from target hero or ally.
Exhaust all of your resources. Skip your next turn.
To skip a turn is to replace that
turn with nothing. If two modifiers each tell a player to skip his or her next
turn, that player skips his or her next two turns, and so on.
Lazy Peons, Horde, QuestOrc Hero Required

Lazy Peons enters
play exhausted.

Exhaust Lazy Peons to complete this quest.

Reward: Draw a card.
Quests may be placed face up or
face down. If you place Lazy Peons face down, it enters play ready.
Leeza, Tomb Robber, 2, Horde, Ally-Undead Rogue, 2 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
Stealth (Can’t protect against this character.)

When Leeza deals combat damage,
you may remove target card in a graveyard from the game.
When Leeza
deals fatal combat damage to an ally, you may target that card with her
triggered effect.
Mana Tide Totem, 4, Shaman,
Ability-Restoration Talent, Water Totem (1), 1 Health
Restoration Hero Required

Totem (Can be
attacked or targeted like an ally.)

Ongoing: At the start of your
turn, draw a card for each hero and ally in your party.
You don’t draw a card for each
Totem in your party, because a Totem is not an ally.
Mind-numbing Poison, 3, Rogue, Instant
Ability-Poison
Attach to target hero that was dealt combat damage by your hero this turn.

Ongoing: At the start of attached hero’s controller’s turn, that
player exhausts one of his ready resources.
This ongoing power triggers after
that player readies his or her resources to start the turn. In response to this
triggered effect, that player can exhaust any or all of his or her resources to
add links to the chain. If that player has any ready resources as this effect
resolves, he or she must choose one and exhaust it.
Naolin Sunsurge,
4, Horde, Ally-Blood Elf Mage, 3 ATK (Arcane), 2 Health
Blood Elf Hero Required

When you play an
ability for the first time on each of your turns, draw a card.

At the end of your turn, if you didn’t play an ability this
turn, destroy Naolin Sunsurge.
This power triggers the first time
you play any ability on your turn. It never triggers twice during the same
turn, even if the second ability you play that turn is different than the
first.
Nyn’jah, 4, Horde, Ally-Troll Rogue, 3 ATK (Melee), 3 Health
When Nyn’jah enters play, you may ready target
opposing equipment. You control that equipment while Nyn’jah
remains in your party.
Move that equipment to your hero
row. It functions normally whether or not it shares any trait icons with your
hero.
Operation Recombobulation, Alliance, Quest
Gnome Hero Required

Pay (4) to complete this
quest.

Reward: When an opposing non-token ally is destroyed this
turn, you may put an ally card from your graveyard into your hand.
This modifier triggers every time any
applicable ally is destroyed this turn.
Outrider Zarg, 4, Horde, Ally-Orc Hunter, 4 ATK (Melee), 2 Health
Ferocity

At the end of your turn, if
Outrider Zarg dealt no damage this turn, destroy him.
If a packet is completely
prevented, it ceases to exist and so deals no damage.
Penelope’s Rose, 4, Item, Off-Hand (1)
When you complete a quest, draw a card.
You draw a card before the
completion effect resolves.
Ring of the Unliving, 4, Item,
Ring (2)
Your hero can’t be destroyed.

While your hero has fatal damage on it,
when it’s dealt damage, destroy that many of your equipment and/or resources.
When your hero is dealt fatal
damage, the Ring’s power doesn’t trigger, and so you don’t destroy any cards.
Only when your hero already has fatal damage and is dealt more damage does the
Ring’s power trigger. As its triggered effect resolves, if you run out of other
equipment and resources to destroy, you must destroy the Ring, causing your
hero to be destroyed by fatal damage.
Rite of Vision, Horde, QuestTauren Hero Required

During your turn, pay (3) to complete this quest.

Reward:
Put a Spirit Guide ally token with 1 ATK and 1 health into play. At the start
of your next turn, remove that ally from the game. If you do, choose a card
from your collection, reveal it, and put it into your hand.
In a tournament, your collection
is your side deck. In casual play, your collection includes all cards in your
possession but excludes the cards with which you started the current game. Any
time you’re told to choose a card from your collection and put it into a game
zone, you must choose a legal card.
Shadowmeld, 3, Alliance,
Ability
Night Elf Hero Required

Ongoing: Your hero
is elusive and untargetable.

At the start of your turn, destroy Shadowmeld.
Players can target your hero in
response to you playing Shadowmeld. However, you
can’t play Shadowmeld in response to a link targeting
your hero, because Shadowmeld is not instant.
Shiv, 1, Rogue, Ability-Combat
Combo
Your hero deals 1 melee damage to target hero or ally.
That damage counts as combat damage.
This is the first card that lets
you deal combat damage with an ability.
Slam, 3, Warrior, Ability-Fury
Your hero deals X melee damage to target hero or ally, where X is 1 plus the
ATK of one of your Melee weapons.
You can play Slam whether or not
you have a Melee weapon. If you don’t have one, X is 1.
Spellsteal, 3, Mage, Ability-Arcane
Gain control of target ability. If it’s attached to a hero or ally, you
may attach it to another hero or ally.
You can only target an ability in play. You gain control of it until it leaves
play. If it’s not attached to a character, simply move it to your hero row. To
attach an ability to another character, first detach
it and then attach it to another character with one of the card types specified
in that ability’s attach description. The rest of that ability’s attach
description is ignored. Reattaching an ability in this
way doesn’t add it to the chain, so its non-ongoing text is not reprocessed.
Stormstrike, 1, Shaman,
Instant Ability-Enhancement Talent
Enhancement Hero Required

Ready your hero
and one of your Melee weapons.

The next time
your hero would deal nature damage this turn, it deals that much damage +2
instead.
You can play Stormstrike
whether or not you have a Melee weapon. If a link resolves to create multiple
packets of nature damage in the presence of Stormstrike’s
modifier, then all of those packets are considered to be “the next time” and
are replaced.
Example: You resolve Stormstrike and then
use Ramstein’s Lightning Bolts’ power. As that effect
resolves, it creates a packet of 1 nature damage for each hero and ally, each
of which is replaced by a packet of 3 nature damage by Stormstrike’s
modifier.
Ramstein’s
Lightning Bolts, 3, Item, Trinket (2)
(2), Destroy Ramstein’s Lightning Bolts >>>
Your hero deals 1 nature damage to each hero and ally.
Test of Faith, Horde, Quest
Pay (1) to complete this quest.

Reward: Discard your hand, then draw a card.
If you have no cards in hand as
this completion effect resolves, you simply draw a card.
Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of
the Windseeker, 9, Weapon-Sword, Melee (1), 6 ATK, 5
StrikeWhen you strike with Thunderfury,
choose up to five heroes and/or allies. Your hero deals 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1
nature damage to them, respectively.
You can’t choose the same
character twice. You can choose fewer than five characters. If you choose
three, for example, your hero deals 5, 4, and 3 nature
damage to them, respectively.
Thysta Spiritlasher,
5, Horde, Ally-Orc Warlock, 3 ATK (Fire), 5 Health
At the end of each player’s turn, if no damage was dealt this turn, Thysta Spiritlasher deals 3 fire
damage to that player’s hero.
If a packet is completely
prevented, it ceases to exist and so deals no damage.
Tiril Dawnrider,
1, Horde, Ally-Blood Elf Rogue, 1 ATK (Melee), 1 Health
Ferocity

At the end of your turn, put Tiril Dawnrider into his owner’s
hand.
This power triggers only if Tiril is in play.
Travel Form, 2, Druid, Instant Ability-Feral, Form (1)
Ongoing: Exhaust your hero >>> You pay (1) less to complete your next
quest this turn.
If you have some way to ready your
hero, you can use this power, ready your hero, then
use it again to pay (2) less to complete your next quest this turn, and so on. Costs
can’t be reduced below 0.
Zenith Shadowforce, Alliance, Hero-Human
Warlock (Demonology), Herbalism/Tailoring, 27 Health
(2), Flip Zenith Shadowforce >>> Turn target
opposing hero face down.
Turning a hero face down does not use
its flip power. Your opponent can flip the target hero in response if able. If the target hero is already face down as Zenith’s effect
resolves, nothing happens. Using Zenith’s power has no impact on flip effects
already on the chain.