Hallow's End

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"The time has come! Do you feel fear?
For Hearthstone's Hallow's End is near!"

The Hallow's End is a Hearthstone seasonal event that takes place each year during the latter half of October. Themed around the Headless Horsemen, the event features special emotes, a themed Tavern Brawl, and different rules for Arena mode.

History[edit | edit source]

Year Start End
2017 October 24 November 5
2018 October 17 October 31
2019 October 8 October 30
2020 September 29 October 21

Features[edit | edit source]

2020[edit | edit source]

Main article: Masquerade Ball

2019[edit | edit source]

Main article: Doom in the Tomb

2018[edit | edit source]

2017[edit | edit source]

All years[edit | edit source]

  • During the event, a new Arena Dual-mode was available. When entering a Arena run, players first choose a Hero class (Only classic Heroes can be used, and they are using costumes) and then a Hero Power from other class and can draft cards from both classes.
  • Heroes use alternate, festive Greetings emotes (see individual hero pages for listings).
  • The Stormwind and Orgrimmar battlefields were replaced with new halloween versions.
  • During the event, the main menu was populated by drifting sparks, webs and smoke.

In World of Warcraft[edit | edit source]

The Hallow's End in World of Warcraft.

In World of Warcraft, the Hallow's End is a world event which lasts from late October to early November. During the event, pumpkins and candles are set up in the main cities across the world. Players can visit the inns around the world to collect Tricky Treats, a currency used to purchase special pets, toys, heirlooms, food items and costumes. Players can eat those Tricky Treats to gain a temporary buff to increase movement speed.

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