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|Set:||Knights of the Frozen Throne|
Deathrattle: Add a random Dragon to your hand.
The bone drake brings all the dragons to the yard. He would teach you, but you have no cards.
How to get[edit | edit source]
|Golden Bone Drake||800||100|
Strategy[edit | edit source]
At 6 Mana, Bone Drake's stats are rather mediocre. However, its true power is in its Deathrattle effect. While some weaker dragons do exist, most are high cost, high power cards that can turn the game in their wielder's favor.
Bone Drake works best in a Dragon-based deck, as its Deathrattle will help make sure more Dragons remain in the hand. In addition to possibly being able to generate game-ending minions, there is also the chance it can generate another Bone Drake, allowing for a continuous loop if both players run low on cards.
Bone Drake also works great in decks based around Deathrattle effects, with cards such as Spiritsinger Umbra, N'Zoth, the Corruptor and Awaken the Makers. Among Neutral Deathrattle minions, Bone Drake has some of the best stats (barring Deathwing, Dragonlord or minions with negative Deathrattles like The Beast and Ticking Abomination), making it very valuable to revive with N'Zoth.
List of possible dragons:[edit | edit source]
|Name / Desc||Rarity||Subtype||Class||Cost||Atk||HP||Description|
Can't be targeted by Spells or Hero Powers. Adorable. Immune to Magic. Doesn't pee on the rug. The perfect pet!
Deathrattle: Add two 4/4 Dragons to your hand. This is why you shouldn't shoot the messenger.
Battlecry: Summon a 2/1 Poisonous Drakeslayer for your opponent. She would have gotten away with it, if it weren't for that meddling Drakeslayer.
Battlecry: Deal 1 damage to all other minions. Caution: Contains Flammable Material
Battlecry: Gain +1 Health for each card in your hand. Twilight drakes feed on Mystical Energy. And Tacos.
Battlecry: If a minion died this turn, gain Poisonous. Fits easily into overhead luggage bins.
Battlecry: If you're holding a Dragon, gain 5 Armor. The third little dragon made his armor out of adamantite.
Whenever a friendly minion is healed, summon a 3/3 Whelp. Everywhelp, get in here!
This is an Elemental, Mech, Demon, Murloc, Dragon, Beast, Pirate and Totem. Be all that you can be.
Battlecry: If you're holding a Dragon, deal 7 damage to an enemy minion. Every major show has an opening act to warm up the crowd.
Battlecry: Add a random Legendary minion to your hand. Little faerie dragons are made of sugar and spice and maniacal vice.
Battlecry: Set a hero's remaining Health to 15. Alexstrasza the Life-Binder brings life and hope to everyone. Except Deathwing. And Malygos. And Nekros.
Spell Damage +5 Malygos hates it when mortals use magic. He gets so mad!
Players only have 15 seconds to take their turns. Time to write some flavor text.
Battlecry: Summon 1/1 Whelps until your side of the battlefield is full. Onyxia long manipulated the Stormwind Court by disguising herself as Lady Katrana Prestor. You would have thought that the giant wings and scales would have been a giveaway.
At the end of your turn, add a Dream Card to your hand. Ysera rules the Emerald Dream. Which is some kind of green-mirror-version of the real world, or something?
Battlecry: Destroy all other minions and discard your hand. Once a noble dragon known as Neltharion, Deathwing lost his mind and shattered Azeroth before finally being defeated. Daddy issues?
Battlecry: Double the Attack and Health of all minions in your hand. Taste your world's corruption! It tastes like chicken.
Your first spell each turn costs (0).
Battlecry: Discover a spell. He was once the Aspect of Magic but gave it up to focus on cheap tricks.
Battlecry: Restore both heroes to full Health. In another timeline, she was called Yeszari.
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Lore[edit | edit source]
- Frost wyrms, also known as frostwyrms, are the skeletal remains of adult blue dragons killed by the Scourge. These reanimated vessels of destruction do not fear death; they dispense it.
- In ages past, venerable dragons nearing death flew to the land of Northrend to die. To this day there are entire dragon graveyards littered with massive petrified bones and skulls. When Ner'zhul, the Lich King, took control of Northrend, he used his powerful magics to raise the ancient dragon skeletons from the dead. These skeletal dragons radiate cold power and think of nothing other than serving their dark master.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Patch changes[edit | edit source]
- Patch 184.108.40.20657 (2017-08-08): Added.