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|Set:||The League of Explorers|
Both players have Spell Damage +2.
The REAL angry chicken!
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How to get[edit | edit source]
|Golden Jungle Moonkin||800||100|
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Jungle Moonkin gives Spell Damage +2 to both players as an ongoing effect. However, the minion itelf still counts as a source of Spell Damage (for example when Master of Ceremonies checks its condition).
- Both Jungle Moonkin and the two heroes have purple sparkles on their portarits, since they are all considered sources of Spell Damage.
- If you control a Jungle Moonkin and no other source of Spell Damage, your Master of Ceremonies' condition will be satisfied, since Jungle Moonkin counts as a source of Spell Damage.
- If your opponent has a Jungle Moonkin and you have no other source of Spell Damage, your Master of Ceremonies' condition will not be satisfied since none of your minions actually has Spell Damage.
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Lore[edit | edit source]
- The wildkin are serene, powerful creatures, thought by the night elves to have been created by the moon goddess Elune. They resemble a cross between a bear and a horned owl, which explains both their wisdom and ferocity. They act as a powerful force for good and a staunch ally of the night elves. While good-tempered and wise, the wildkin fights fiercely against evildoers, especially undead and the forces of the Burning Legion.
- These feathered creatures go by many names - moonkin, owlbear, and owlkin. These gentle giants possess a natural, druidic energy similar to that of the night elves.
- These bird-faced humanoids are considered an abomination by most, but actually find favor with night elves. The wildkin have long been considered a sacred animal by the night elves and the tauren. The priests of Elune see the wildkin as imbued with the spirit and strength of the Moon Goddess, and the druids see them as guardians and protectors of nature.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This card's flavor text may be referencing Angry Chicken, or its namesake, the Hearthstone podcast The Angry Chicken.
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