Hearthstone's next expansion will be Journey to Un'Goro, featuring adapting dinosaurs, elemental creatures and quests. Below we've gathered every single now card, arranged by class, cost and rarity, as well as everything else you could possibly want to know about the expansion. Plus, senior game designer Ben Brode's hit single.
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First up, here's the new mechanics:
- Adapt - Lets you discover an effect to add to a minion. You can see all the possible effects at the bottom of this page.
- Quests - One-cost legendary cards, one for each class, that begin in your hand in every game, though can be mulliganed away. Once their demands are met, they reward an extremely powerful card.
- Elementals - A new creature type, retroactively applied to various cards. It will be relevant.
- Dinosaurs - There are a lot of these. Does that count as a mechanic? It does now.
For a quick overview, here's the introduction video:
Or alternatively, Ben Brode's lyrical contribution:
Glorious. On to the cards:
Fire Fly's Flame Elemental:
Elise's pack token:
Queen Carnassa, The Marsh Queen quest reward:
Pyros' two other forms:
The Caverns Below reward:
Come clarification on how this works from game designer Peter Whalen here.
Sherazin's dormant form:
Megafin, the Unite the Murlocs quest reward:
Kalimos' four elemental invocations:
The plant token from Living Spores:
Here's the archive of the initial card reveal stream with game designer Peter Whalen and Shaun 'Day9' Plott:
As well as the ongoing series of videos starring Danny Pudi introducing things in a more lore-friendly way:
And finally, some random facts ahead of the full card reveals, including details on how quests actually operate:
- Quest cards do not count as that class' legendary card, meaning two legendaries per class this expansion.
- Quests also cannot be generated from random effects (presumably because they're so powerful). But they do count as spells for other effects.
- Five neutral legendaries on the way.
- You can see the Un'Goro play board on the official site, here's a larger version.