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Rogue gets its second legendary in the newest The Witchwood reveal

It's like a whole new Yogg-Saron.

Tez Gaming Apr 6, 2018 6:36 pm

Just a few days away from the final The Witchwood reveal stream, more cards are being unveiled at a rapid rate.

Blizzard revealed two new Rogue cards in an email promotion for the upcoming expansion earlier today.

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Tess Greymane is the second Rogue legendary to be revealed. The card costs eight mana and has a 6/6 body. Its Battlecry is an explosion of RNG, because when Tess Greymane is played, all of the cards you’ve used from another class are recast with random targets.

Rogue has had other ways to copy cards from your opponent, and The Witchwood has furthered this playstyle thanks to the card revealed alongside Tess.

Image via Blizzard Entertainment

Blink Fox is a three-mana 3/3 Beast and its Battlecry adds a random card to your hand from your opponent’s class. This card is good because not only do you get a card, but you also have a minion on board. It’s slightly similar to Swashburglar, which is rotating out.

Blink Fox compliments Tess Greymane well because in order to have a big Tess, you need cards generated from your opponent’s class. With more cards from a different class that you play, Tess becomes like a new-style Yogg-Saron, Hope’s End. As Yogg-Saron is rotating out, Tess Greymane can become the new card that’s played for highlight videos.

The Witchwood expansion will be released on April 12.


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