|Tags:||Targeted, Triggered effect|
Choose an enemy minion. At the start of your turn, destroy it.
It starts with stealing a pen from work, and before you know it, BOOM! Corrupted!
How to get[edit | edit source]
Two copies of Corruption are a reward for raising a warlock to level 2.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Like all enchantments, Corruption's effect can be removed with silence effects.
- If a minion affected by Corruption is stolen, no matter how many times it is stolen, it will still trigger to die in the next Start of Turn Phase of Corruption's caster. (Before Patch 188.8.131.5274 (WotOG patch), it would trigger at the start of the newest controller's turn regardless of number of steals.) 
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Be aware that your opponent will see which minion you have cast Corruption upon, and may therefore choose to use that minion to deal as much damage as possible before the next turn - even if it destroys the minion in the process. This still has the desired effect - the destruction of the targeted minion - but may come at the cost of one of your own minions. For this reason, Corruption is ideal when played on a minion with low attack, or when you have a cheap taunt or two such as Voidwalker in position to soak up any attacks.
This card synergizes with the Freeze effect, such as the Battlecry of a Frost Elemental. Since the targeted enemy minion cannot attack, it would die without being capable of gaining value, unless Silenced.
Lore[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The artwork for this card comes from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game "Blood of Gladiators" series, for the card Curse of Endless Suffering.
- The card art for Mind Spike features the warlock's hand in this card's art.
- The skulls from the original artwork are missing from the card's in-game art.
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