Murozond the Infinite

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Murozond the Infinite
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Set: Descent of Dragons
Type: Minion
Minion type: Dragon
Class: Priest
Rarity: Legendary
Cost: 8
Attack: 8
Health: 8
Abilities: Battlecry, Cast spell, Copy, Equip, Summon
Tags: Random
Artist: Ludo Lullabi

Battlecry: Play all cards your opponent played last turn.

"Well, I'm glad YOU knew what I should be doing this turn."

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For the Taverns of Time minion, see Murozond.

Murozond the Infinite is a legendary priest minion card, from the Descent of Dragons set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Murozond the Infinite can be obtained through Descent of Dragons card packs, through crafting, or as an Arena reward.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Murozond the Infinite 1600 400
Golden Murozond the Infinite 3200 1600

Notes[edit | edit source]

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  • Cards that are played by Murozond's effect are the base cards without any enchantments or special abilities.
    • For example, if Skull of Gul'dan was Outcast by the opponent, Murozond draws three cards, but they are not reduced in mana cost.
  • Cards that are played by Murozond's effect do not trigger their Battlecries, even the Battlecries of hero cards, as battlecries only activate if cards are played from a player's hand.
    • However, when Murozond plays a hero card, it still replaces the current portrait and Hero Power, and gives the player the hero card's armor bonus.
    • Similar to Battlecries, Combo cards do not active their bonus effect, even if a card was played prior to Murozond.
  • Murozond's Battlecry randomly selects a target for each spell that requires a target. For more information, see the description of random targeting in the "Notes" section for Yogg-Saron.
    • Like the effect of Yogg-Saron, Overload from spells carries over.
  • Murozond's Battlecry plays cards in a random order, regardless of the order the opponent's cards were played in.
  • If Murozond switches ownership to the opponent via Treachery, he will continue to activate the Battlecry, but for the opponent's side.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Murozond possesses a respectable statline and his ability can give large amounts of value by copying an opponent's late-game plays. Generally, his effect is best used to copy an opponent's attempts to gain value by negating their card advantage, or to reverse an opponent's attempts to retake the board, ideally by trading off their minions before stealing them with Murozond. However, if your opponent makes a large tempo play that puts numerous minions on board, copying them with Murozond may be too slow to make a difference as your opponent gets to attack first with those minions.

In Wild, Murozond creates a strong combo with King Togwaggle. When your opponent plays the King's Ransom, Murozond can allow you to play it again and swap decks back.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

You think that this is your time? It is mine!
Your time has come!
A-again? Argh...

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Murozond is an anagram of Nozdormu, referencing his origin.

Lore[edit | edit source]

Murozond is a corrupted future version of Nozdormu, found in End Time, a bleak alternate future in which Deathwing succeeded in destroying Azeroth.

From Wowpedia:

Murozond is a future counterpart of Aspect of Time, Nozdormu, leader of the Infinite dragonflight. Using the Hourglass of Time, he managed to interfere with his past counterpart's efforts to send heroes to the past, which would result in a change of the bleak future, in which the maddened wyrm made his lair.
The master of the Infinite dragonflight tasked Aeonus to oversee the disruption of key moments in the true timeway.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Murozond the Infinite, full art

Patch changes[edit | edit source]