Hand of Gul'dan

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Hand of Gul'dan
Regular
Hand of Gul'dan(210809).png
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Gold
Hand of Gul'dan(210809) Gold.png
Set: Ashes of Outland
Type: Spell
Class: Warlock
Rarity: Common
Cost: 6
Abilities: Draw cards
Tags: Discard-related, On-discard effect
Artist: Vladimir Kafanov

When you play or discard this, draw 3 cards.

His skull also draws three cards. Imagine how many cards he could draw with HIS ENTIRE BODY!

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Hand of Gul'dan is a common warlock spell card, from the Ashes of Outland set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Hand of Gul'dan can be obtained through Ashes of Outland card packs, through crafting, or as an Arena reward.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Hand of Gul'dan 40 5
Golden Hand of Gul'dan 400 50

Strategy[edit | edit source]

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Lore[edit | edit source]

"Hand of Gul'dan" is the name of both a World of Warcraft warlock spell that summons Wild Imps and a giant volcano in Shadowmoon Valley. The shards from the meteor that the spell summons and the volcano are both depicted in this card's art.

From Wowpedia:

The Hand of Gul'dan is a massive volcano west of the Black Temple in Shadowmoon Valley. It is named after Gul'dan, the warlock who aided Medivh in opening the Dark Portal. According to the Earthen Ring, this volcano was raised by Gul'dan himself when he severed the connection between the orcish people and the elemental spirits of Draenor, and dominates much of the landscape in the valley. The truth is the volcano always existed, and the spell that severed the connection to the elements also turned the volcano fel.
A vision of this act is repeatedly depicted at the Altar of Damnation, near the Fel Pits on the volcano's western face.

In Hearthstone, the name is also a pun on the player's hand of cards.[1]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Hand of Gul'dan, full art

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Chadd Nervig on Twitter. (2020-03-25).