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Raiding Party

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Raiding Party
Regular
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Gold
Raiding Party(90185) Gold.png
Set: Rastakhan's Rumble
Type: Spell
Class: Rogue
Rarity: Rare
Cost: 4
Abilities: Combo, Put into hand
Tags: Pirate-related, Random, Weapon-related
Artist: Jim Nelson

Draw two Pirates from your deck. Combo: Draw a Weapon.

And a bowl of chips. And some of those little cocktail weenies!

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Raiding Party is a rare rogue spell card, from the Rastakhan's Rumble set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Raiding Party can be obtained through Rastakhan's Rumble card packs, through crafting, or as an Arena reward. Golden Raiding Party can also be obtained through the Highest Rank Bonus chest at the end of each Ranked season.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Raiding Party 100 20
Golden Raiding Party 800 100

Strategy[edit | edit source]

This is a powerful draw effect for decks that run at least some amount of Pirate and weapons. It's no doubt effective in Pirate Rogue decks, but any non-Pirate focused decks that run at least a few Pirates like Southsea Deckhand or Hench-Clan Burglar can make good use out of this card. The weapon drawing aspect is important for decks that rely on buffed up weapons like Spectral Cutlass or Kingsbane in Wild, and is the only weapon-drawing card available on Standard.

Dread Corsair and Waggle Pick work particularly well with this card, since both pieces can be drawn with one card and the Waggle Pick allows for playing 0-mana Dread Corsairs.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Raiding Party, full art
Raiding Party sketch

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

Commentary: Rogue already excels at drawing cards, so having another powerful option that offers consistent results has resulted in Rogue games that play out a little too similarly than we think is fun. We're making this change to better represent the power level of drawing from a very specific subset of cards.