The party at Karazhan continues! After Blizzard?s initial reveal of the One Night In Karazhan adventure over the weekend, some additional cards have surfaced courtesy of Hearthstone Taiwan. Let?s take a look at how they stack up to the original?list unveiled during the livestream.
With the Blackrock Mountain adventure set to rotate out of standard next year, it looks like Blizzard is already looking at the future of the dragon tribe with this card. Essentially a Shadow Word Pain attached to a 3/6 body, Book Wyrm seems like a pretty solid inclusion in any Dragon-themed deck. It functions similarly to Blackwing Corruptor and Stampeding Kodo, acting as a huge tempo swing if it hits a solid target. At 6 mana, it is slower than both cards, but it does have the bonus of being a dragon itself. Overall, it?s a fairly statted card for the effect it gives.
It?s hard to imagine Moroes being on the shortlist of best cards in this set. This guy is basically a remixed version of Imp Master, giving you some serious token value if allowed to live. Unfortunately, Moroes? 1 health means he?ll die very easily, despite his stealth ability. The current Hearthstone meta is filled with juggles, whirlwind effects, and other random 1-damage pings that can make short work of this card and the tokens it pumps out. He could find a home in a Steward of Darkshire Paladin deck, but he competes directly with that card in the 3-mana slot. Even 1 additional health point might have made Moroes playable.?
So far, it looks like Enchanted Raven, Firelands Portal, and the Curator are still the most buzz-worthy cards from Karazhan. There are still several ones still to be revealed, so stay tuned for that. For the latest Hearthstone news, keep it right here on TheBitbag.