Deathrattle: If Stalagg also died this game, summon Thaddius.
Feugen is sad because everyone likes Stalagg better.
How to get
Once the regular version has been obtained, the golden version can be crafted:
The rules for Feugen and Stalagg's Deathrattle are quite simple, and are applied consistently regardless of related circumstances. Nonetheless, the variety of possible eventualities is substantial.
This rule holds true regardless of who owns which minion. If a Stalagg belonging to one player is destroyed simultaneously to a Feugen belonging to the other player, both players will summon a Thaddius. If a Stalagg and a Feugen belonging to the same player are both destroyed simultaneously, two copies of Thaddius will be summoned for that player.
Note that the Deathrattle takes place once, upon the death of the minion. For example, if one player possessed Stalagg and the other Feugen, only the minion which died second would summon Thaddius for its owner.
Silencing the second minion to die will remove the Deathrattle and thus prevent Thaddius from being summoned. However, silencing the first minion to die will not prevent the death of the second minion from later summoning Thaddius.
There is no limit to the number of times Thaddius can be summoned in a single match; copying Feugen/Stalagg through effects such as Duplicate, Faceless Manipulator and Thoughtsteal can allow players to summon several Thaddiuses over the course of a game.
For general background information, see Thaddius (hero).
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- Patch 184.108.40.20624 (2014-07-22): Added.