The Amazing Reno

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The Amazing Reno
Regular
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Gold
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Battlecry: Make all minions disappear. *Poof!*

"Reno!"

"Please address me by my proper title."

"<sigh> Amazing Reno..."

See this card on Hearthpwn

For other representations of Reno, see Reno Jackson (disambiguation).

The Amazing Reno is a legendary mage hero card, from the Galakrond's Awakening set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Regular The Amazing Reno is obtained by defeating Rafaam and Galakrond in Galakrond's Awakening's Chapter 4 of Explorers campaign.

Once the regular version has been obtained, both regular and golden versions can be crafted and disenchanted.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
The Amazing Reno 1600 400
Golden The Amazing Reno 3200 1600

Generated Hero Power[edit | edit source]

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Notes[edit | edit source]

  • This card's Battlecry removes all minions on the Battlefield. It does not destroy them, so they will not activate any on-death effects and cannot be resurrected.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Since Reno's Battlecry effect is symmetrical, he works best in a deck playing few minions. This will reduce the chance of his Battlecry being a downside, as well as increase the number of enemy targets for the random spells he casts.

What Does This Do? is a powerful hero power, but it is extremely unreliable. On average, the ability will occasionally generate free minions, heal yourself, damage or clear the opponent's board, and draw cards; all for zero mana. However, you can just as easily end the game by Pyroblasting yourself, overdrawing in Fatigue, buffing your opponent's minions, or emptying all your mana with a Forbidden Words. Because of this, ending the game quickly should be a priority once Reno is in play. Since the effect triggers at the start of your turn, you have your entire turn to play around the random effect.

If Reno's power becomes too much of a burden, you can replace it with Ascendant Scroll, provided by Raid the Sky Temple. In Wild, it can also be replaced more easily using Frost Lich Jaina or disable it with a Mindbreaker.

The Amazing Reno is a reasonable soft counter to Resurrect Priest, which outright removes minions from their dead pool. It should be saved to hit important minions like Batterhead, Catrina Muerte, Ragnaros the Firelord, and The Lich King.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Summon
Watch closely as I make everyone... disappear!

Emotes[edit | edit source]

Each hero has their own selection of audio and written emotes that are produced in response to specific events. For more information, see Emote.

Type Emote
Greetings Ha, I'm gonna be rich!
Mirror Greetings ...uh, WE'RE gonna be rich?
Well Played Looks like you've got your own tricks.
Thanks Thanks! I am pretty incredible.
Wow Amazing! Like me.
Oops Ha! Erm, I meant to do that.
Threaten Don't make me use my BIG magic!
Attack Pew! Pewpew!
Thinking [1] Hmm...
Thinking [2] If I could just cast that...
Thinking [3] What would make us rich?
Concede Augh. You got me.
Running out of time I thought I had more time!
Almost out of cards My spellbook's running light.
Out of cards I'm out of cards!
Error: Too many minions I have too many minions already.

Unused[edit | edit source]

Type Emote
Opening remark Any tombs need pillaging?
Mirror start Hey! I called dibs on this one!
Selection in Arena Let's cast some spells.
Sorry Oh, wow. I... uh... sorry!

Lore[edit | edit source]

Unique to Hearthstone, this card represents Reno Jackson as he appears during the events of Descent of Dragons and Galakrond's Awakening.

Reno may have been captured by Rafaam and subjected to endless rhyming puppet shows, but that won’t stop him from injecting some of his signature flavor into Galakrond’s Awakening. Play the Amazing Reno and all minions will disappear. Where did they go? Who knows? Reno definitely doesn’t. Truly amazing work, Reno.[1]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The Amazing Reno, full art

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Blizzard Entertainment (2020-01-09). Galakrond's Awakening – Launching January 21