Faceless Behemoth

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Faceless Behemoth
Faceless Behemoth(35249).png
Faceless Behemoth(35249) Gold.png
Set: Whispers of the Old Gods
Type: Minion
Rarity: Common
Cost: 10
Attack: 10
Health: 10
Artist: Zoltan Boros

Rejected names: Forty-Foot Faceless, Big ol' No-face, Huge Creature Sans Face, Teddy.

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Faceless Behemoth is a common neutral minion card, from the Whispers of the Old Gods set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Faceless Behemoth can be obtained through Whispers of the Old Gods card packs purchased online from the Battle.net shop, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Faceless Behemoth 40 5
Golden Faceless Behemoth 400 50

Strategy[edit | edit source]

For players with large collections, this card is suboptimal. Even for players with very small collections, it is generally worse than North Sea Kraken as an expensive, neutral, common minion because if the minion is removed immediately, there is no auxiliary effect. This card is strictly worse than Living Monument.

However, in situations in which this card must be played, it is best to first play one or more other, smaller, expensive minions to bait out removal that would otherwise negate this massive body.

As a 10 mana minion, this card has some synergy with Ancient Harbinger. Its large size makes it reasonable for use in decks using cards like Y'Shaarj, Rage Unbound or Varian Wrynn, but there are still far better (albeit harder to obtain) options.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Summon
Anger. Hatred. Fear...
Attack
Pitiful!

Lore[edit | edit source]

Faceless Behemoth is a faceless one.

From Wowpedia:

The n'raqi, commonly known as the faceless ones or the faceless, are a monstrous race that arose from the organic matter that seeped from the Old Gods' blighted forms during the primordial era of Azeroth. Cunning and intelligent, they serve their eldritch masters with fanatical loyalty.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Faceless Behemoth, full art

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]