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This page lists cards with card art depicting tol'vir.

Lore[edit | edit source]

A stone-skinned Neferset (top) fighting a cursed Ramkahen (bottom).

From Wowpedia:

The tol'vir are a race of feline humanoids found in Uldum. They were originally stone constructs created by the titans to maintain lore repositories and machinery surrounding that area, as well as the city of Ulduar. They possess feline lower bodies and heads as well as human torsos, and are divided into three distinct tribes: the Ramkahen, the Neferset and the Orsis. Like many other titan-forged, the tol'vir succumbed to the Curse of Flesh, though the Neferset later regained their stone forms due to a pact with Siamat.
The tol'vir made their first named appearance with World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, when Uldum was expanded into a zone of its own. However, they appeared years earlier as the obsidian destroyers, though the connection between them was not made clear until Cataclysm.

In Hearthstone[edit | edit source]

In Hearthstone lore, a group of tol'vir wandered from Uldum into the neighboring region of Un'Goro Crater and made a home for themselves there, explaining the appearances of tol'vir like Sunkeeper Tarim and the Tol'vir Stoneshaper in the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.[1] The Un'Goro Madness micro-holiday in World of Warcraft, which features several named mobs that have later been revealed as legendary cards in Journey to Un'Goro, features a tol'vir mob named Sunkeeper Croesus, who is likely connected to Tarim due to their shared title.

A tol'vir can be glimpsed in the foreground of Ancient Watcher's card art, but tol'vir made their first appearance as Hearthstone cards of their own with the League of Explorers adventure, which featured the Sun Raider Phaerix boss encounter and the Obsidian Destroyer card. A number of tol'vir, mainly Neferset and Ramkahen, are prominently featured in the Saviors of Uldum expansion.

Cards[edit | edit source]

Tol'vir

Name / Desc Rarity Type Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Injured Tol'vir Common Minion General Any 2 2 6
Taunt
Battlecry: Deal 3 damage to this minion. Me-OW!
Neferset Thrasher Common Minion General Warlock 3 4 5
Whenever this attacks, deal 3 damage to your hero. Tough to do skateboard tricks with four legs.
Phalanx Commander Common Minion General Any 5 4 5
Your Taunt minions have +2 Attack. Turns out he's really good at herding cats.
Obsidian Destroyer Common Minion General Warrior 7 7 7
At the end of your turn, summon a 1/1 Scarab with Taunt. No obsidian is safe around the Obsidian Destroyer!
Living Monument Common Minion General Any 10 10 10
Taunt This is not the greatest card in the world. This is just a monument.
Neferset Ritualist Rare Minion General Any 2 2 3
Battlecry: Restore adjacent minions to full Health. The Neferset are great—they'll always make sure their friends are feline fine.
Mirage Caller Rare Minion General Priest 3 2 3
Battlecry: Choose a friendly minion. Summon a 1/1 copy of it. Mirage is actually the name of its long-lost cat.
Ramkahen Wildtamer Rare Minion General Hunter 3 4 3
Battlecry: Copy a random Beast in your hand. She gets to decide what cards go to the Hall of Fame.
Tol'vir Stoneshaper Rare Minion General Any 4 3 5
Battlecry: If you played an Elemental last turn, gain Taunt and Divine ShieldHe spends a lot of time keeping himself in stoneshape.
Tol'vir Warden Rare Minion General Hunter 5 3 5
Battlecry: Draw two 1-Cost minions from your deck. Ferocious in combat… and even more terrifying in pet battles.
Khartut Defender Rare Minion General Any 6 3 4
Taunt, Reborn
Deathrattle: Restore 3 Health to your hero. Gesundheit!
Obsidian Statue Epic Minion General Priest 9 4 8
Taunt, Lifesteal
Deathrattle: Destroy a random enemy minion. The original artist spent many hours with a fine chisel perfecting the facial expression for maximum tauntiness.
High Priest Amet Legendary Minion General Priest 4 2 7
Whenever you summon a minion, set its Health equal to this minion's. All minions are equal, but some minions are more equal than others.
Dark Pharaoh Tekahn Legendary Minion General Warlock 5 4 4
Battlecry: For the rest of the game, your Lackeys are 4/4. He'll get that League of Explorers and their little murloc too!
Sunkeeper Tarim Legendary Minion General Paladin 6 3 7
Taunt
Battlecry: Set all other minions' Attack and Health to 3. Ironically, his favorite number is 4.
King Phaoris Legendary Minion General Any 10 5 5
Battlecry: For each spell in your hand, summon a random minion of the same Cost. When you're the king of the cats, the whole desert is your litterbox.
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Injured Tol'vir(90805).png
Neferset Ritualist(90753).png
Mirage Caller(55492).png
Neferset Thrasher(90816).png
Ramkahen Wildtamer(90814).png
High Priest Amet(90760).png
Tol'vir Stoneshaper(55478).png
Dark Pharaoh Tekahn(90777).png
Phalanx Commander(90844).png
Tol'vir Warden(55484).png
Khartut Defender(90794).png
Sunkeeper Tarim(55462).png
Obsidian Destroyer(27222).png
Obsidian Statue(62870).png
King Phaoris(90792).png
Living Monument(90838).png

Tol'vir art

Name / Desc Rarity Type Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Ancient Watcher Rare Minion General Any 2 4 5
Can't attack. Why do its eyes seem to follow you as you walk by?
Pharaoh's Blessing Rare Spell Paladin 6
Give a minion +4/+4, Divine Shield, and TauntLife hack: Sneeze near a pharaoh.
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Ancient Watcher(153).png
Pharaoh's Blessing(90780).png


Bosses[edit | edit source]

Sun Raider Phaerix.png

References[edit | edit source]