Flikk

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Flikk
Regular

Flikk(211298).png

Set: Ashes of Outland
Type: Hero
Class: Warlock
Health: 25
Artist: Dave Allsop

The Rusted Legion sends in... an imp! This should be easy, right?

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Rusted Fel Reaver
Regular

Rusted Fel Reaver(211299).png

Set: Ashes of Outland
Type: Hero
Class: Warrior
Health: 30

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Flikk is the second boss encounter in Chapter 4: Battle for Outland of Trial by Felfire Story.

The bosses for this encounter are Flikk and Rusted Fel Reaver, while the hero the player controls is Aranna, Unleashed. At the start of Flikk's turn 4 he is replaced by Rusted Fel Reaver.

Hero Powers[edit | edit source]

Flikk Rusted Fel Reaver
Unlikely Challenger(211300).png
Hulking Monstrosity(211301).png
Auto-cast Passive
Minions summoned
Worthless Imp(92269).png

Player's hero[edit | edit source]

Aranna, Unleashed(211236).png
Combination Strike(211237).png

Special cards[edit | edit source]

Boss[edit | edit source]

Rusted Voidwalker(211252).png
Endless Legion(211250).png
Rusted Fungal Giant(211251).png
Rustsworn Champion(211245).png

Player[edit | edit source]

Natural Leader(211378).png
Sklibb, Demon Hunter(211240).png
Karnuk, Demon Hunter(211242).png
Shalja, Demon Hunter(211244).png

Decks[edit | edit source]

The below classes are listed purely for reference, and have no effect on the boss' use of the cards during the battle.

Flikk Rusted Fel Reaver Aranna, Unleashed
Class Card Quantity Class Card Quantity Class Card Quantity
Warlock Blood Imp 1 Boss Rusted Voidwalker 2 Demon

Hunter

Ur'zul Horror 1
Flame Imp 2 Endless Legion 1 Blade Dance 1
Malchezaar's Imp 2 Rusted Fungal Giant 1 Chaos Strike 2
Witchwood Imp 2 Rustsworn Champion 2 Feast of Souls 1
Unknown Unknown 8 Warrior Battle Rage 2 Furious Felfin 2
Heroic Strike 2 Netherwalker 2
Slam 2 Spectral Sight 2
Vicious Scraphound 2 Aldrachi Warblades 1
Bonechewer Raider 2 Coordinated Strike 1
Warmaul Challenger 2 Eye Beam 2
Festeroot Hulk 2 Satyr Overseer 2
Scrap Golem 2 Altruis the Outcast 1
Bloodboil Brute 2 Ashtongue Battlelord 2
Neutral Bonechewer Brawler 2 Illidari Felblade 2
Rustsworn Cultist 2 Kayn Sunfury 1
Fel Reaver 4 Imprisoned Antaen 1
Ruststeed Raider 2 Priestess of Fury 1
Scrapyard Colossus 1 Hunter Imprisoned Felmaw 2

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • At Start of Game Sklibb, Demon Hunter, Karnuk, Demon Hunter and Shalja, Demon Hunter are shuffled into the player's deck.
  • At start of enemy's turn 4 Flikk is replaced by a new boss: Rusted Fel Reaver. After that:
    • Flikk's board is destroyed.
    • Flikk's deck is replaced by Rusted Fel Reaver's.
    • Flikk's hand is removed, then Rusted Fel Reaver draws 4 cards and one more for each destroyed Flikk's minion, but no more than 6.
    • Rusted Fel Reaver gets Armor in the amount equal to the remaining health of Flikk.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

With one foe down, our heroes advance. But this is no time to relax. A Rusted Imp might prove no threat- but be warned. It's the onset. (-of certain DEATH!)

Don't be distracted by Flikk. Your real enemy here is the Rusted Fel Reaver that comes in the enemy's turn 4. You should really use these 4 turns to build the strongest board possible, as it's senseless to try and rush Flikk down. Only make defensive trades on the board to defend your minions.

Once the Rusted Fel Reaver arrives, you know the drill: maintain board control, get optimal trades, destroy the boss. Pay extra attention to the Fel Reavers empowered by the Hulking Monstrosity. Destroy them as soon as they are summoned, but keep in mind that you can also abuse them to mill out the boss' deck for each card you play in their presence.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Flikk[edit | edit source]

Flikk, full art

Before match

Illidan Stormrage
What is this tiny, worthless foe? Destroy it! End this weak sideshow.

Introduction

Aranna, Unleashed
This is the last line of defense before Jaraxxus? Trivial...
Flikk
Hey! Who ya callin' trivial?!

Emote Response

Flikk
Hey! Who ya callin' trivial?!

Turn 2 - <Distant Fel Reaver Horn>

Flikk
Hey - you guys hear somethin'?

Enemy's turn 4 - Flikk is replaced by Rusted Fel Reaver

Sklibb, Demon Hunter
<Sporelok "that is not good" sounds>
Aranna, Unleashed
That... is much worse.

Rusted Fel Reaver[edit | edit source]

Rusted Fel Reaver, full art

Emote Response

Rusted Fel Reaver
<Angry Mechanical Noises>

Play Karnuk, Demon Hunter

Karnuk, Demon Hunter
It's funny how those things can sneak up on you.

Death

Aranna, Unleashed
That... was a big robot.

Lore[edit | edit source]

Flikk is original to Hearthstone. He is an imp augmented by the Rusted Legion.

From Wowpedia:

The imps are a mischievous and nefarious race of small, fiendish creatures. The simplest of the summoning spells a warlock can learn is that of the imp. Before they are imparted to this, they must prove that they have the necessary magical and physical ability. Though it lacks physical strength, it possesses powers and a cleverness that serve warlocks well. All imps however are afraid of rainbows.


Rusted Fel Reaver is a fel reaver augmented by the Rusted Legion.

From Wowpedia:

Fel reavers are enormous war machines constructed and used by the Burning Legion. It is said that the cunning mo'arg engineers of the Burning Legion pushed their gan'arg workers for weeks in the construction of the first fel reaver, a massive construct that could easily raze fortified towers or tear the wings off an airborne gryphon. The forge camps then began to mass-produce these fel reavers to smash the mortal forces of Outland.
Currently not much else is known about the reavers' construction or origin beyond that. The Burning Legion uses them as sentinels all around Hellfire Peninsula, including around their forges to the north (Rage and Mageddon) to oversee the work on their cannons. Much of what is known about fel reavers comes from observing the Fel Reavers in Hellfire Peninsula, which patrol around the region, killing unprepared travelers that wander within range.

Patch changes[edit | edit source]