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NB: All Standard sets are also part of Wild format, by definition.

Format Set Release Type Year Rarity* Collectible
Standard Basic Mar. 11, 2014 Free/Common 133
Classic Mar. 11, 2014 91/80/37/31 239
Whispers of the Old Gods  "Now I ve got a tale to tell you... of the ones from long ago. There s an evil that s been dreaming, but now it s softly screaming! From the darkness their power will grow. Their voices are hearthstone Apr. 26, 2016 Expansion Kraken Standard format, or Standard, is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Wild format. Standard format is intended to feature a fresher and more focused Hearthstone experience, with a limited pool of cards hearthstone 50/36/27/21 134††
One Night in Karazhan  "Your host, the great magus Medivh, invites you back to party down - with me!"  "Come inside... Meet your friends at the door. We ve got a feast like you ve never seen before. Shake your stuff hearthstone Aug. 11, 2016 Adventure Kraken 27/12/1/5 45
Mean Streets of Gadgetzan "Gadgetzan, where the gangs rule the streets; Gadgetzan, full of swindlers and cheats. Zip and sing the ring-a-ding-ding, on the mean streets of Gadgetzan! Gadgetzan, where the crime doesn t pay; Gadgetzan - but we do hearthstone Dec. 1, 2016 Expansion Kraken 49/36/27/20 132
Journey to Un`Goro  "We re almost there. Quiet down, everyone.  "This is not like any of our previous expeditions. This will be far more... ambitious. We re stepping into a land of primordial wonders, infused with astonishing elemental energies. The hearthstone Apr. 6, 2017 Expansion Mammoth Standard format, or Standard, is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Wild format. Standard format is intended to feature a fresher and more focused Hearthstone experience, with a limited pool of cards hearthstone 49/36/27/23 135
Wild
Hall of Fame** Apr. 4, 2017 Mammoth 3/1/1/5 10
Naxxramas "Whispers of an ancient tomb… holding horrors in every room. Ghastly ghouls, poisons galore… but in the shadows lurks something more. Knights of death and abominations… cleaving your bits for new creations. And if by hearthstone Jul. 22, 2014 Adventure 18/4/2/6 30
Goblins vs Gnomes "Goblins and gnomes… goblins and gnomes! Both are super-brilliant - but you would never know! Everything they seem to make is faulty or explodes… Perfecting imperfection - goblins and gnomes!" Wild format Goblins vs Gnomes hearthstone Dec. 8, 2014‡‡ Expansion 40/37/26/20 123
Blackrock Mountain "Have you heard the rumblings? The mountain stirs once more. Beneath its crags, cliffs and rocks, there s evil in its core. Fire made flesh! Dragon s breath! Teeth and claw and flame! Calling any heroes out hearthstone Apr. 2, 2015 Adventure 15/11/0/5 31
The Grand Tournament "From east to west, heroes are sent, seeking glory in the greatest of events... there are knights on noble steeds; those who will bring them to their knees; there are monsters to test their mettle hearthstone Aug. 24, 2015 Expansion 49/36/27/20 132
League of Explorers "We ve traversed the tombs of Naxxramas; we ve climbed every cliff on Blackrock. Now, the world cries out for heroes, as a new evil rises. There will be danger! There will be doom! There will be hearthstone Nov. 12, 2015 Adventure 25/13/2/5 45

* Rarity Rarity is a rough measure of the quality and scarcity of a card. Cards of higher rarity are typically more powerful and more useful, but are harder to find and more expensive to craft. There hearthstone distribution is provided in the format: Common/Rare/Epic/Legendary.

** At the start of the Year of the Mammoth, all cards in the Reward and Promo sets were moved to the Hall of Fame, effectively closing both sets.

† In total, there are 1189 collectible Collectible cards are cards which are available for players to collect and use in their decks. The majority of all playable cards are collectible cards. Players can view their collectible card collection through the collection cards Cards are the basic pieces that make up the game of Hearthstone. Each card represents an action that the player can take by playing that card. There are three main types of cards: spell cards, hearthstone in Hearthstone, following the releaseAnnounce of Journey to Un`Goro.

†† The non-golden versions of C`Thun C Thun Set: Whispers of the Old Gods Type: Minion Rarity: Legendary Cost: 10 Attack: 6 Health: 6 Abilities: Battlecry, Deal damage Tags: Attack-related, Random Battlecry: Deal damage equal to this minion s Attack randomly split among hearthstone and Beckoner of Evil Beckoner of Evil Set: Whispers of the Old Gods Type: Minion Rarity: Common Cost: 2 Attack: 2 Health: 3 Abilities: Battlecry Battlecry: Give your C Thun +2/+2 (wherever it is).Here, Evil! C mon boy!See this card on hearthstone are currently uncraftable, but players can obtain them for free by opening their first Whispers of the Old Gods pack.

‡ Mar. 11th 2014 was the official release date of Hearthstone The Hearthstone icon Hearthstone (formerly known as Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft 1] 2]) is a free-to-play digital collectible card game from Blizzard Entertainment. It was first announced in a presentation by Rob Pardo at the hearthstone . Closed beta began on Aug. 26th 2013 in the Americas region Hearthstone is divided into four geographical regions: Americas, Europe, Asia and China. Each country Hearthstone is available to play in is assigned to one of these regions. Each player by default uses their Battle.net account hearthstone , and Sep. 4th 2013 in the Europe region. The game entered its open beta phase on Jan. 21st 2014.

‡‡ Goblins vs Gnomes was heralded with a special launch event, running from Dec. 4-8, which saw all Goblins vs Gnomes cards available in Arena A video explaining the Arena in Hearthstone made by the Curse Gamepedia @@@#@@@YouTube(youtube.com)###@### Channel. The Arena is a game mode where players compete against each other using specially constructed decks to earn substantial rewards. It hearthstone , as well as some uncollectible cards available in constructed Constructed is a term used to refer to decks which have been created using cards from the player s collection. Constructed play is play in either Play mode, Practice mode or Friendly Challenge. Some Tavern Brawls play.

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Categories

One of the most critical distinctions between sets is whether its cards are usable in Standard format Standard format, or Standard, is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Wild format. Standard format is intended to feature a fresher and more focused Hearthstone experience, with a limited pool of cards hearthstone games, or only in Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone .

Be that as it may, card sets can be divided into several more specific categories:

The sets could alternatively be categorized by the way players obtain its cards:

For the purposes of the wiki, further categories can be realized for uncollectible cards.

  • Boss cards are used to categorize cards used by bosses. While not collectible by players, they are encountered during play in Adventures and Tavern Brawls.
  • Tavern Brawl cards are used to categorize cards used exclusively in Tavern Brawl decks. These are not collectible and are not featured outside of Tavern Brawl.

Basic

See also: Basic card list

Basic is a large, freely available card set, with 150 cards, 133 of which are collectible. Many Basic cards are neutral, available to heroes of any class. There are also 10 Basic cards exclusive to each class. Miscellaneous cards such as The Coin are also considered Basic cards. Because of the nature of the game system, Hero Powers and even heroes themselves are also categorized as Basic cards, but are not counted in this total.

Roughly half of all Basic cards are of free rarity, and half common. There are no Basic cards above common rarity. All collectible free cards are Basic cards.

All neutral Basic cards are automatically included in players` collections. Half of all class-specific Basic cards are free and therefore known by heroes as soon as they are unlocked; the other half are common, and are gained by advancing those heroes in level. A new Basic card is granted for each of the first two levels reached, with the last Basic cards granted upon reaching level 10. All Basic cards are granted in pairs, enabling players to immediately include two of them in their deck if they so desire. Basic cards are uncraftable The uncraftable quality Uncraftable (previously called soulbound) is a card quality found on certain cards. Uncraftable cards cannot be crafted or disenchanted. Uncraftable quality is mostly determined by card set, and in some cases differs hearthstone and therefore cannot be crafted or disenchanted.

A golden version of each Basic card can be obtained by leveling a specific class of hero to a certain level. Raising a hero of the correct class to the required level will `unlock` the card, granting the player two of the golden version of that card. Like the plain versions, golden versions cannot be crafted or disenchanted. While all class-specific golden Basic cards require a hero of the corresponding class to unlock, the required class for neutral cards varies. Some neutral cards can be obtained by leveling one of two possible classes.

Basic cards lack the gem that normally indicates card rarity, whereas no other card set has any effect on the gem. This leads to a common misconception that all Basic cards are of "free" rarity, whereas half of all Basic cards are in fact common based on game data. In the case of Basic class cards, the free rarity corresponds to cards that are available as soon as their class is unlocked. For Basic neutral cards, the free rarity is used on cards available to the player in the tutorial, with the exception of Goldshire Footman which has common rarity instead.

The developers consider it important to keep cards from the Basic set relatively simple and their functions easy to understand. This allows newer players to get to grips with the game`s mechanics before being forced to grasp the subtleties of cards in the other sets. In at least one case this has caused the developers to significantly change the function of a card in development, due to new players finding the function`s subtleties too confusing.

Examples
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Classic

See also: Classic card list

Classic (formerly known as Expert) is the largest card set, with 303 cards, 245 of which are collectible. It featuresSpecial attraction 135 collectible class cards (15 for each class) and 110 collectible neutral cards. Classic cards can be recognised by the distinctive "hearthstone swirl" behind the card text, not found on other cards.

As the largest and more advanced of the two "permanent" sets included in Standard format Standard format, or Standard, is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Wild format. Standard format is intended to feature a fresher and more focused Hearthstone experience, with a limited pool of cards hearthstone , Classic cards frequently feature as core cards in successful decks, and the developers constantly monitor the set`s power to ensure it does not form too large a proportion of decklists, thus causing the meta to become excessively stale. As of early 2017 the Classic set is "the most powerful set by a wide margin".

Classic cards may be common, rare, epic or legendary.

Regular and golden Classic cards can be obtained in three ways:

Golden Classic cards can also be obtained through the Highest Rank Bonus chest.

Examples
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Expansion cards

See more: Expansion

Card sets based on expansions are the largest sets after Classic and sometimes Basic, usually bringing around 130-150 new collectible Collectible cards are cards which are available for players to collect and use in their decks. The majority of all playable cards are collectible cards. Players can view their collectible card collection through the collection cards.

Cards from Standard format Standard format, or Standard, is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Wild format. Standard format is intended to feature a fresher and more focused Hearthstone experience, with a limited pool of cards hearthstone expansions can be obtained through the same means as Classic cards:

Cards from Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone expansions were once obtainable the same way, but now can only be obtained through crafting. Be that as it may, there are plans to make Wild-exclusive cards easier for players to obtain in the future. Neither individual cards nor card packs are offered as rewards in the Arena, nor do they feature in the Highest Rank Bonus chest. Card packs for Wild format expansions are not available in the shop, although any card packs already obtained can still be opened as usual. (See also Wild format#Availability.)

For information on specific expansion sets, see expansion pages, e.g., Whispers of the Old Gods  "Now I ve got a tale to tell you... of the ones from long ago. There s an evil that s been dreaming, but now it s softly screaming! From the darkness their power will grow. Their voices are hearthstone .

Adventure cards

See more: Adventure

Card sets based on adventures are smaller than expansion sets, usually bringing around 30-45 new collectible cards. Four adventures exist in total:

Cards from Standard format Standard format, or Standard, is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Wild format. Standard format is intended to feature a fresher and more focused Hearthstone experience, with a limited pool of cards hearthstone adventures can only be obtained through defeating their corresponding adventure wing, which will grant regular copies of the card. Once the player has obtained the regular version, they can then be able to craft and disenchant both the regular and golden versions of that card.

Cards from Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone adventures can still be obtained through defeating adventure wings, but can now be crafted and disenchanted regardless of whether the corresponding adventure wing was defeated or not. Since Wild format adventures are not available in the shop, the gained ability to craft these cards, introduced with the beginning of Standard, allows players who did not purchase the adventure during its Standard year to still obtain these cards.

Hall of Fame

This section contains information exclusive to Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone .
See also: Standard format (Hall of Fame)

Hall of Fame is a special Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone card set, created on Apr. 4, 2017 with the start of the Year of the Mammoth. The set contains 10 collectible cards.

As of Feb. 2017, all cards inducted into the Hall of Fame are to be cards which have previously belonged to the Classic, Reward, and Promo sets. Problematic, frequently-played, and design-hindering cards are moved to the Hall of Fame to remove them from Standard format. Cards were also moved to the Hall of Fame to close off the Reward and Promo sets. The developers state that, in the future, they will more likely move problematic Classic cards to the Hall of Fame, whereas problematic cards from other sets will be nerfed instead.

According to Yong Woo, if a metagame largely consists of decks with too similar cores and ideas, the development team will consider making changes to problematic cards found in such decks. Moving problematic cards into the Hall of Fame is one way in which a fresh meta can be ensured; be that as it may, it is not something that the designers plan to do on a regular basis.

Being Wild format cards, Hall of Fame cards can only be obtained through crafting. When cards are moved to the Hall of Fame set, they will be removed from their previous sets, and will no longer appear in card packs or be offered as rewards in the Arena A video explaining the Arena in Hearthstone made by the Curse Gamepedia YouTube Channel. The Arena is a game mode where players compete against each other using specially constructed decks to earn substantial rewards. It hearthstone , Highest Rank Bonus chest, or Heroic Tavern Brawl.

All Hall of Fame cards are pictured below. Full dust refunds were granted on Apr. 6th 2017 for those cards that moved from the Classic set (and not the Reward or Promo set) to the Hall of Fame set, up to the maximum usable number of copies owned, preferring golden copies over regular copies. For details on how the past dust refund worked, please see Standard format#Hall of Fame.


Name / Desc Rarity Type Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Conceal Common Spell Rogue 1 Give your minions Stealth until your next turn.Rogues conceal everything but their emotions. You can`t get `em to shut up about feelings.
Ice Lance Common Spell Mage 1 Freeze a character. If it was already Frozen, deal 4 damage instead.The trick is not to break the lance. Else, you have "Ice Pieces." Ice Pieces aren`t as effective.
Power Overwhelming Common Spell Warlock 1 Give a friendly minion +4/+4 until end of turn. Then, it dies. Horribly.We cannot even describe how horrible the death is. It`s CRAZY bad! Maybe worse than that. Just don`t do it.
Azure Drake Rare Minion Dragon Any 5 4 4 Spell Damage +1. Battlecry: Draw a card.They initially planned to be the Beryl or Cerulean drakes, but those felt a tad too pretentious.
Captain`s Parrot Epic Minion Beast Any 2 1 1 Battlecry: Draw a Pirate from your deck.Pirates and Parrots go together like Virmen and Carrots.
Elite Tauren Chieftain Legendary Minion Any 5 5 5 Battlecry: Give both players the power to ROCK! (with a Power Chord card)He`s looking for a drummer. The current candidates are: Novice Engineer, Sen`jin Shieldmasta`, and Ragnaros the Firelord.
Gelbin Mekkatorque Legendary Minion Any 6 6 6 Battlecry: Summon an AWESOME invention.He`s the leader of the gnomes, and an incredible inventor. He`s getting better, too; He turns things into chickens WAY less than he used to.
Old Murk-Eye Legendary Minion Murloc Any 4 2 4 Charge. Has +1 Attack for each other Murloc on the battlefield.He`s a legend among murlocs. "Mrghllghghllghg!", they say.
Ragnaros the Firelord Legendary Minion Elemental Any 8 8 8 Can`t attack. At the end of your turn, deal 8 damage to a random enemy.Ragnaros was summoned by the Dark Iron dwarves, who were eventually enslaved by the Firelord. Summoning Ragnaros often doesn’t work out the way you want it to.
Sylvanas Windrunner Legendary Minion Any 6 5 5 Deathrattle: Take control of a random enemy minion.Sylvanas was turned into the Banshee Queen by Arthas, but he probably should have just killed her because it just pissed her off.
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Uncollectible
Name / Desc Rarity Type Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Chicken Common Minion Beast Any 0 1 1 Hey Chicken!
Emboldener 3000 Common Minion Mech Any 1 0 4 At the end of your turn, give a random minion +1/+1.
Homing Chicken Common Minion Mech Any 1 0 1 At the start of your turn, destroy this minion and draw 3 cards.
I Am Murloc Common Spell Any 4 Summon three, four, or five 1/1 Murlocs.
Murloc Common Minion Murloc Any 1 1 1
Poultryizer Common Minion Mech Any 1 0 3 At the start of your turn, transform a random minion into a 1/1 Chicken.
Power of the Horde Common Spell Any 4 Summon a random Horde Warrior.
Repair Bot Common Minion Mech Any 1 0 3 At the end of your turn, restore 6 Health to a damaged character.
Rogues Do It... Common Spell Any 4 Deal 4 damage. Draw a card.
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Reward

⃂This section contains information exclusive to Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone .

Reward cards were moved to the Hall of Fame set on Apr. 4, 2017 with the start of the Year of the Mammoth, effectively closing the Reward set. Reward cards were formerly two cards, Old Murk-Eye and Captain`s Parrot, both of which were originally earned through completing certain unique quests.

  • Old Murk-Eye was formerly rewarded for free upon collecting at least one of every Murloc in the Basic and Classic sets. Golden Old Murk-Eye was rewarded for free upon collecting at least one of every golden version of those cards.
  • Captain`s Parrot was formerly rewarded for free upon collecting at least one of every Pirate in the Basic and Classic sets. Golden Captain`s Parrot was rewarded for free upon collecting at least one of every golden version of those cards.

The associated quests have since been removed, and Reward cards are now obtained through regular crafting, like all Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone cards. For a list of associated removed quests, see Quest#Removed.

Promo

⃂This section contains information exclusive to Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of hearthstone .

Promo or Promotion cards were moved to the Hall of Fame set on Apr. 4, 2017 with the start of the Year of the Mammoth, effectively closing the Promo set. Promo cards were special cards awarded as part of specific Blizzard promotions. The Promo set featured 11 cards, 2 of which are collectible, namely Gelbin Mekkatorque and Elite Tauren Chieftain.

Golden Promo cards were formerly available to be obtained as part of their corresponding promotions; it is no longer possible to obtain these golden cards. Following their promotion periods, regular versions of these cards were uncraftable, but were later made available for crafting with the arrival of Standard. Golden Promo cards cannot be disenchanted, but regular versions can. For the removed promotional quests that offered golden Promo cards, see Quest#No longer attainable.

  • Golden Gelbin Mekkatorque was offered as a reward for beta testers who helped test the in-game store by making a real-money transaction during the game`s beta test.
  • Golden Elite Tauren Chieftain was available exclusively as a reward for purchasing a ticket to Blizzcon 2013.

Promo cards were created with a design in mind that they offered no substantial advantage to the owner, since the cards were exclusive and of limited availability. Rather, the cards were designed to bring more of an entertainment and RNG aspect into the game. This prevented Promo cards from becoming "must-have" cards for higher-level play.

Promo cards were notable for being the only card set not available in Arena A video explaining the Arena in Hearthstone made by the Curse Gamepedia YouTube Channel. The Arena is a game mode where players compete against each other using specially constructed decks to earn substantial rewards. It hearthstone picks.

Basic

Basic cards are cards that show as Basic when you right-click them in "My Collection". The basic card set consists of cards that are obtainable through leveling your hero/class and all these cards are Soulbound meaning they cannot be disenchanted nor crafted. Basic cards can be distuinguished from Expert cards because all Basic cards are also of Rarity Free and thus has no rarity gem in the middle of the card. All Basic cards are Soulbound, meaning that they can not be disenchanted. The converse, however, is not true; not all Soulbound cards are Basic, as all the cards in the Reward Card Set are also Soulbound.

For list of Basic cards, see List of Basic Cards.

Classic

The Classic card set consists of cards that are obtainable through buying Classic Card Packs or Crafting. All Classic cards have been available from the launch of Hearthstone. This set does not include cards that were added later, such as at the Curse of Naxxramas event. All Classic cards are Common, Rare, Epic or Legendary, while the converse is not true; not all of the cards of those rarities belong to the Classic Card set.

Before the Goblins vs Gnomes expansion Classic set was known as Expert set.

The classic set contains 302 cards, 245 which are collectable, 135 collectable class cards (15 for each class) and 110 collectable neutral.

For list of Classic cards, see List of Classic Cards.

Reward

The Reward Card Set consists of Cards that are gained as rewards for completing in-game objectives, like collecting every card of a special subtype. Reward Cards could conceivably be of any Rarity, but at present, there are only two cards in this set and these are of Epic and Legendary Rarity. All Reward cards are Soulbound, meaning that they can not be disenchanted.

For list of Reward cards, see List of Reward Cards.

Promo

The promo set is cards that are given out for special (out-of-game) events such as spending real money in the Store during the Beta. These cards are Soulbound, meaning that they cannot be disenchanted.

For list of Promo cards, see List of Promo Cards.

Naxxramas

The Naxxramas set consists of 30 cards that were introduced through the Curse of Naxxramas adventure. All of the cards in this set are Soulbound and obtainable only by defeating the Curse of Naxxramas challenges. In the Arena mode however these cards are available to all players regardless of progress in the Naxxramas challenges.

For list of Naxxramas cards see list of Naxxramas Cards.

Goblins vs Gnomes

The Goblins vs Gnomes set represents the first expansion set to Hearthstone. Over 120 new cards were added to the game December 8th 2014 when Goblins vs Gnomes was launched. These cards can be obtained by Crafting or by from Goblins vs Gnomes card packs. They are also fully available in the Arena mode.

The GvG set contains 143 cards, 123 which are collectable, 72 collectable class cards (8 for each class) and 51 collectable neutral.

For list of Goblins vs Gnomes cards see list of Goblins vs Gnomes Cards.

Blackrock Mountain

The Blackrock Mountain set consists of 31 cards that were introduced through the Blackrock Mountain adventure. All of the cards in this set are Soulbound and obtainable only by defeating the Blackrock Mountain challenges. In the Arena mode however these cards are available to all players regardless of progress in the Blackrock challenges. For the list of Blackrock cards see list of Blackrock Mountain Cards.

The Grand Tournament

The Grand Tournament, second expansion to Hearthstone contains 132 new cards. Cards in the Grand Tournament set become playable on 24th of August 2015.

For the list of all The Grand Tournament cards see list of The Grand Tournament Cards.

League of Explorers

League of Explorers is the third Hearthstone Adventure. Similarly to its predecessors the cards of the League of Explorers card set are only available through defeating the challenges in the four wings. All the cards are available in the Arena mode regardless of whether player has opened the wings of the Adventure. There are in total 43 new cards, five of which are Legendary.

Whispers of the Old Gods

Whispers of the Old Gods is the third full expansion set of Hearthstone. Released on April 26th 2016 it introduced 134 new cards to the game.

One Night in Karazhan

The fourth Hearthstone Adventure, One Night in Karazhan, features 45 new cards and a new game board. As typical for the single player Adventures, these cards can only be obtained by completing the four wings of challenges. In the Arena mode these cards are available for every player regardless of their progress in the Adventure.

Mission

Mission cards consists of all cards that can not be used by players, such as special minions or spells used by the heroes in the tutorial. They could conceivably be of any Rarity, but at the moment, they are all of rarity Free.

For a list of all Mission cards, see List of Mission cards.

Cheat

The Cheat set is mentioned only in 3rd party reports of patch changes from the Alpha version. It consists of three cards Destory Hero Powersic, Hand to Deck and Mill 30, all of which were widely overpowered. It is inconceivable that any player will ever get to use these.