Battlecry: Add a random Legendary minion from the past to your hand.
Just a twist to the left, one quarter turn to the right and … oops! Well, we didn’t need that timeline anyway.
- For other appearances of Toki, Time-Tinker, see Toki, Time-Tinker (disambiguation).
How to get[edit | edit source]
|Golden Toki, Time-Tinker||3200||1600|
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Toki's Battlecry effect generates a random legendary minion from any card set that has become exclusive to Wild format, regardless of if the player is currently playing in Standard or Wild format. She will not generate any minions from card sets that are still available in Standard format.
- The minions generated by Toki can come from any class.
- Minions created by Toki still follow Standard rules (when playing in Standard); e.g., Sneed's Old Shredder will only summon minions from Standard format.[verification requested]
Possible minions[edit | edit source]
|Name / Desc||Rarity||Subtype||Class||Cost||Atk||HP||Description|
Whenever another minion takes damage, destroy it. With the help of his trusty sidekick Dreadscale, the giant jormungar Acidmaw is ready to face any knight!
Deathrattle: Deal 8 damage to all minions. That's short for "Anomnomnomnomalus".
Deathrattle: Return this to your hand and summon a 4/4 Nerubian. Was actually a pretty nice guy before, you know, the whole Lich King thing.
Battlecry: Discover a powerful Artifact. He's very good at retrieving artifacts. From other people's museums.
After you cast a spell, refresh your Hero Power. Gadgetzan has always run an under-the-table auction house, and business has been PRETTY good for Beardo since the population explosion. And since the explosion that destroyed the competing auction houses in the city.
Your minions cost (1). Call her "Tweety". She'll find it real funny. I PROMISE.
Battlecry and Deathrattle: Summon a Jade Golem. Though young, Aya took over as the leader of Jade Lotus through her charisma and strategic acumen when her predecessor was accidentally crushed by a jade golem.
Battlecry: Summon a 1/1 copy of a random minion in your deck. He used to play every part, until Moroes confiscated his Orb of Deception.
Your minions trigger their Deathrattles twice. There used to be five Horsemen but one of them left because a job opened up in the deadmines and the benefits were better.
Battlecry: Equip a random weapon for each player. PREPARE PARTY SERVOS FOR IMMEDIATE DEPLOYMENT.
Whenever your hero takes damage, this minion takes it instead. Bolf keeps coming in 2nd at the Grand Tournament. It might be his year this year, if Lebron doesn't enter.
Whenever a friendly minion dies while this is in your hand, gain +1 Attack. Spoiler alert: Bolvar gets melted and then sits on an ice throne and everyone forgets about him.
Your Battlecries trigger twice. Contains 75% more fiber than his brother Magni!
Battlecry: Deal damage equal to this minion's Attack randomly split among all enemies. C'Thun's least favorite Hearthstone card: Eye for an Eye.
Deathrattle: If you're holding a Dragon, deal 3 damage to all minions. Chillmaw keeps trying to ruin the Grand Tournament, and she would've done it too, if it weren't for those dang kids!
Battlecry: The next spell you cast this turn costs Health instead of Mana. Even after all this time, Gul'dan still makes Cho'gall go get donuts and coffee.
Whenever you draw a card, put another copy into your hand. Left head and right head can never agree about what to eat for dinner, so they always end up just eating ramen again.
Inspire: Summon a random Legendary minion. She sees into your past and makes you face your fears. Most common fear: Getting Majordomo out of Sneed's Old Shredder.
Deathrattle: Put all Dragons from your hand into the battlefield. To his credit, Deathwing really took to heart the feedback he was receiving that he needed to be "more of a team player".
Battlecry: Give a random minion in your hand +5/+5. The brilliant mastermind of the Grimy Goons, Han sometimes thinks about ditching the idiot Cho, but that would just tear him apart.
Battlecry: Summon two 1/1 Boom Bots. WARNING: Bots may explode. MARVEL AT HIS MIGHT!
At the end of your turn, deal 1 damage to all other minions. Let's be clear about this: ACIDMAW is the sidekick.
|Eadric the Pure||Legendary||General||Paladin||7||3||7|
Battlecry: Change all enemy minions' Attack to 1. Nobody rocks a monocle like Eadric.
Battlecry: Shuffle the 'Map to the Golden Monkey' into your deck. A large part of her job entails not mixing up the Map to the Golden Monkey with the Map to Monkey Island.
|Elite Tauren Chieftain||Legendary||General||Any||5||5||5|
Battlecry: Give both players the power to ROCK! (with a Power Chord card) He's looking for a drummer. The current candidates are: Novice Engineer, Sen'jin Shieldmasta', and Ragnaros the Firelord.
At the end of your turn, reduce the Cost of cards in your hand by (1). His second greatest regret is summoning an evil Firelord who enslaved his entire people.
Whenever you target this minion with a spell, deal 3 damage to a random enemy. HATES being called "the wonder twins".
Your Choose One cards and powers have both effects combined. Always manages to mention "Back when I was creating the World Tree…" in EVERY conversation. Sheesh! Enough already.
Deathrattle: If Stalagg also died this game, summon Thaddius. Feugen is sad because everyone likes Stalagg better.
|Finja, the Flying Star||Legendary||Murloc||Any||5||2||4|
Stealth. Whenever this attacks and kills a minion, summon 2 Murlocs from your deck. The last true master of Finjitsu.
Whenever you target this minion with a spell, gain Divine Shield. LOVES being called "the wonder twins".
When you draw this, deal 2 damage to all characters. Mimiron likes to take the Flame Leviathan out on some sweet joyrides.
|Foe Reaper 4000||Legendary||Mech||Any||8||6||9|
Also damages the minions next to whomever it attacks. Foe reaping is really not so different from harvest reaping, at the end of the day.
Whenever this minion takes damage, double its Attack. The Sen'jin High football team is The Gahz'rillas.
Whenever you cast a 1-mana spell, add a random Mech to your hand. Gazlowe was voted "Most Likely to Explode" in high school.
Battlecry: Summon an AWESOME invention. He's the leader of the gnomes, and an incredible inventor. He's getting better, too; He turns things into chickens WAY less than he used to.
|Genzo, the Shark||Legendary||General||Any||4||5||4|
Whenever this attacks, both players draw until they have 3 cards. Infamous in the seedy underground card rooms of Gadgetzan, he got his nickname winning the coveted Shark Plushie in the city's first Hearthstone tournament.
|Gormok the Impaler||Legendary||General||Any||4||4||4|
Battlecry: If you have at least 4 other minions, deal 4 damage. Gormok has been giving impaling lessons in a small tent near the tournament grounds. For only 25g you too could learn the fine art of impaling!
|Hallazeal the Ascended||Legendary||Elemental||Shaman||5||4||6|
Whenever your spells deal damage, restore that much Health to your hero. Hallazeals all your dallazamage.
Battlecry: Destroy a Beast. It's hard to make a living as a hunter in a world where beasts instantly reappear minutes after you kill them.
Battlecry: Summon a 1/1 copy of each of your other minions. His whole job is yelling "Yogg-Saron comin'!"
Battlecry: Give all weapons in your hand and deck +1 Attack. Grapplehammer is the horrible mind behind the Automatic Piranha Launcher (banned in 7 districts)!
|Hogger, Doom of Elwynn||Legendary||General||Any||7||6||6|
Whenever this minion takes damage, summon a 2/2 Gnoll with Taunt. When C'thun went to sleep, he checked under his bed for Hogger.
Can't attack heroes. This massive yeti just closes his eyes and charges at the nearest target. The nearest Target is a couple blocks away and has sick deals on skateboards.
Battlecry: If your deck has no duplicates, the next spell you cast this turn costs (0). Solia marks the Kabal with intricate tattoos that grant immense power. Also it makes it harder for other gangs to recruit from their numbers. BACK OFF, GOONS.
Battlecry: Shuffle a Mine into your opponent's deck. When drawn, it explodes for 10 damage. The Iron Juggernaut guards Orgrimmar and has just earned the "Employee of the Month" award!
Battlecry: Replace your starting Hero Power with a better one. It's like putting racing stripes and a giant spoiler on your hero power.
Battlecry: If your deck has no duplicates, create a custom spell. The mysterious leader of the Kabal is NOT a dragon, and does NOT deal in illegal potions. Any public statements to the contrary will be met with litigation and Dragonfire Potions.
At the end of each turn, summon all friendly minions that died this turn. Kel'Thuzad could not resist the call of the Lich King. Even when it's just a robo-call extolling the Lich King's virtues.
After this attacks a minion, it also hits the enemy hero. When confronted with accusations of performance-enhancing bananas, Knuckles replied, "I get my fruit from trees I knock down with my bare hands like everyone else."
|Krul the Unshackled||Legendary||Demon||Warlock||9||7||9|
Battlecry: If your deck has no duplicates, summon all Demons from your hand. Spicklefizz pondered his life choices as he looked at the chain around his neck. "Become a warlock," they said. "You get to enslave demons," they said.
|Kun the Forgotten King||Legendary||General||Druid||10||7||7|
Choose One - Gain 10 Armor; or Refresh your Mana Crystals. Aya siphons a bit of Kun's soul to animate each golem in her Jade army. To his credit, he's being a great sport about it.
Battlecry: Enemy spells cost (5) more next turn. Loatheb used to be a simple Bog Beast. This is why we need stricter regulations on mining and agriculture.
Battlecry: Choose a friendly minion. Swap it with a minion in your deck. She has set up her Black Market here in Gadgetzan for one purpose, to make a KILLING when Beanie Babies make their inevitable comeback.
Poisonous Maexxna gets super mad when people introduce her as "Maxina" or "Maxxy".
Deathrattle: Replace your hero with Ragnaros, the Firelord. You thought Executus turned you into Ragnaros, but really Ragnaros was in you the whole time.
Your other Demons have +2/+2. Your hero is Immune. Mal'Ganis doesn't like being betrayed, so if you discard him, watch out.
Battlecry: Equip a random weapon. Garrosh's best buddy. It's true. Look it up.
Deathrattle: Shuffle this minion into your deck. When Malorne isn't mauling hordes of demons, he enjoys attending parties, though he prefers to go stag.
All targets are chosen randomly. This flavor text was randomly generated. If it happens to form words and make sense, that is purely by chance.
|Medivh, the Guardian||Legendary||General||Any||8||7||7|
Battlecry:Equip Atiesh, Greatstaff of the Guardian. If you think the party's great now, just wait 'til he invites the orcs over!
Whenever an enemy minion dies, summon a Leper Gnome. He was obsessed with explosives until he discovered knitting. Now he yells, “SWEATERS! MORE SWEATERS!”
At the start of your turn, if you have at least 3 Mechs, destroy them all and form V-07-TR-0N. Do not push the big red button!
|Mogor the Ogre||Legendary||General||Any||6||7||6|
All minions have a 50% chance to attack the wrong enemy. Mogor helped reopen the Dark Portal once. You know you're in trouble when you have to rely on an ogre.
At the end of your turn, summon a 1/1 Steward. Moroes runs an army of stewards, but still ends up inflating the balloons himself.
|Mukla, Tyrant of the Vale||Legendary||Beast||Any||6||5||5|
Battlecry: Add 2 Bananas to your hand. Pro tip: DO NOT BOGART THE BANANAS.
|N'Zoth, the Corruptor||Legendary||General||Any||10||5||7|
Battlecry: Summon your Deathrattle minions that died this game. Has not been able to get "Under the Sea" out of his head for like FIVE THOUSAND YEARS.
|Nat, the Darkfisher||Legendary||General||Any||2||2||4|
At the start of your opponent's turn, they have a 50% chance to draw an extra card. You can take away his humanity, but you will never take away his fishing pole.
Battlecry: Add 2 random spells to your hand (from your opponent's class). They call him "Blackwing" because he's a black dragon...... and he's got wings.
Battlecry: Add 4 random Murlocs to your hand. Overload: (3) Neptulon is "The Tidehunter". He’s one of the four elemental lords. And he and Ragnaros get together and make really amazing saunas.
Inspire: Add a random spell to your hand. The ethereals have their own jousting tournament, and Saraad is the reigning champion. Also he won the ethereal hot dog eating contest.
Charge. Has +1 Attack for each other Murloc on the battlefield. He's a legend among murlocs. "Mrghllghghllghg!", they say.
|Patches the Pirate||Legendary||Pirate||Any||1||1||1|
After you play a Pirate, summon this minion from your deck. What do sailors yell when Patches steals their treasure chest full of laws and other things being transported to parliament for a vote? "The Eyes have it!"
Start of Game: Add 5 Legendary minions to your hand. He was super excited to acquire Gorehowl at a garage sale! Then super disappointed to find out it was a foam reproduction.
Battlecry: Trigger a friendly minion's Deathrattle. She flitters around Ahn'Qiraj dreaming of the day she will meet a sweet prince, whom she can lay thousands of eggs with.
|Ragnaros the Firelord||Legendary||Elemental||Any||8||8||8|
Can't attack. At the end of your turn, deal 8 damage to a random enemy. Ragnaros was summoned by the Dark Iron dwarves, who were eventually enslaved by the Firelord. Summoning Ragnaros often doesn’t work out the way you want it to.
At the end of your turn, restore 8 health to a damaged friendly character. What happens when you try and corrupt a corrupted firelord? DOUBLE NEGATIVE, INSECT!
|Raza the Chained||Legendary||General||Priest||5||5||5|
Battlecry: If your deck has no duplicates, your Hero Power costs (1) this game. "Could you do me a favor and get the keys from Kazakus?"
Battlecry: If you're holding a Dragon, destroy a Legendary minion. Rend believes he is the True Warchief of the Horde and he keeps editing the wikipedia page for "Warchief of the Horde" to include his picture.
Battlecry: If your deck has no duplicates, fully heal your hero. Reno is a four-time winner of the 'Best Accessorized Explorer' award.
Deathrattle: Add 3 copies of Arcane Missiles to your hand. A masterless shamurai.
Deathrattle: Deal damage equal to the minion's Attack to all enemy minions. "Who is she? Where did she come from? We don't even have a police force here in Gadgetzan!!" - Mayor Noggenfogger
|Shaku, the Collector||Legendary||General||Rogue||3||2||3|
Stealth. Whenever this minions attacks, add a random card to your hand (from your opponent's class). Aya even staged an intervention once, but Shaku still insists that he is not a hoarder.
Each turn this is in your hand, transform it into a different minion. It's like being able to play with THREE angry chickens!
|Sir Finley Mrrgglton||Legendary||Murloc||Any||1||1||3|
Battlecry: Discover a new basic Hero Power. In addition to fluent Common, he also speaks fourteen dialects of 'mrgl'.
Costs (1) less for each friendly Pirate. What's more boss than riding a parrot with a jawbone for a shoulderpad while wielding a giant hook-lance-thing and wearing a pirate hat? NOTHING.
|Sneed's Old Shredder||Legendary||Mech||Any||8||5||7|
Deathrattle: Summon a random Legendary minion. When Sneed was defeated in the Deadmines, his shredder was sold at auction to an anonymous buyer. (Probably Hogger.)
|Soggoth the Slitherer||Legendary||General||Any||9||5||9|
Can't be targeted by spells or Hero Powers. Don't tell Soggoth, but in the future he gets totally owned by the Master's Glaive and his skull becomes a tourist attraction.
Deathrattle: If Feugen also died this game, summon Thaddius. Stalagg want to write own flavor text. "STALAGG AWESOME!"
Deathrattle: Take control of a random enemy minion. Sylvanas was turned into the Banshee Queen by Arthas, but he probably should have just killed her because it just pissed her off.
Whenever this attacks and kills a minion, gain +2/+2. Has 20 years of training in classical ballet, but ALLLLLL he ever gets asked to do is boogie.
Battlecry: Draw a Beast, Dragon, and Murloc from your deck. The Curator guards Azeroth’s deadliest creatures, but it’s secretly terrified of squirrels.
Battlecry: Give all minions in your hand and deck +1/+1. Calling the mist doesn't sound all that great. "Ooooh, it is slightly damp now!"
|The Skeleton Knight||Legendary||General||Any||6||7||4|
Deathrattle: Reveal a minion in each deck. If yours costs more, return this to your hand. Apparently it really was just a flesh wound.
|The Storm Guardian||Legendary||General||Shaman||5||10||10|
Battlecry and Deathrattle: Add a Spare Part card to your hand. Something about power converters.
|Trade Prince Gallywix||Legendary||General||Rogue||6||5||8|
Whenever your opponent casts a spell, gain a copy of it and give them a Coin. Gallywix believes in supply and demand. He supplies the beatings and demands you pay up!
|Troggzor the Earthinator||Legendary||General||Any||7||6||6|
Whenever your opponent casts a spell, summon a Burly Rockjaw Trogg. He keeps earthinating the countryside despite attempts to stop him.
|Twin Emperor Vek'lor||Legendary||General||Any||7||4||6|
Battlecry: If your C'Thun has at least 10 Attack, summon another Emperor. Do they make decisions based on age? "I'm two minutes older therefore we burn this village."
|Twin Emperor Vek'nilash||Legendary||General||Any||7||4||6|
Battlecry: Draw 3 cards. Put any minions you drew directly into the battlefield. Leader of the Alliance! Father of Anduin! Also he likes to play Arena, and he averages 12 wins.
Battlecry: Swap Health with another minion. Vol'jin is a shadow hunter, which is like a shadow priest except more voodoo.
Taunt, Rush, Poisonous, Stealth, Spell Damage +1
Deathrattle: Shuffle 'The Storm Guardian' into your deck. My life for Aya!
Divine Shield, Taunt, Lifesteal Wickerflame spent years as a recruit for the Goons, never making the big-time because he always fired his chest-cannon too slowly. "Hey," he thought, "maybe if I keep my beard lit on fire, I can do this faster." BOOM, promoted.
Cards you draw from your Hero Power cost (0). He can summon anything, even a FEARSOME DOOMGUARD*.
*He's pretty sure this is going to work out.
Taunt. Battlecry: Draw cards until you draw one that isn't a Dragon. Wrathion, son of Deathwing, is a dragon. Why isn't he tagged as a dragon, you ask? WHAT, ARE YOU TRYING TO BLOW HIS COVER??
|Xaril, Poisoned Mind||Legendary||General||Rogue||4||3||2|
Battlecry and Deathrattle: Add a random Toxin card to your hand. It's basically your own fault if you go around drinking weird green potions handed out by creepy mantid dudes.
|Y'Shaarj, Rage Unbound||Legendary||General||Any||10||10||10|
At the end of your turn, put a minion from your deck into the battlefield. When he's working out, he binds all that rage back into a ponytail.
|Yogg-Saron, Hope's End||Legendary||General||Any||10||7||5|
Battlecry: Cast a random spell for each spell you've cast this game (targets chosen randomly). I spell your doom... Y-O-U-R D-O-O-M!
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Strategy[edit | edit source]
Toki is best used in an endurance-style Mage deck looking for a bit of extra value. Toki's random draws can be highly beneficial, since your opponent will have a hard time playing around so many possible Legendaries. That said, the extreme variance weakens this card quite a bit, since there are many, many weak pulls. Generally, Elise the Trailblazer or Sindragosa will provide more consistent value than Toki.
In Wild mode, this card loses almost all of its potential value, since the surprise factor is lost.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- Let's get it right this time!
- Fast forward!
Lore[edit | edit source]
Toki is unique to Hearthstone. She is a time traveller who is friends with the bronze dragon Chronormu and tinkers with bending time and alternate timelines. Her Battlecry effect represents creating a portal to the past and calling for help from legendary minions whose time in the sun has passed.
- Don’t be deceived by this fresh-faced, young gnome—Toki is a powerful mage who possesses an uncanny talent for time magic. Unusually, she often channels her power through arcane devices of her own invention, rather than casting spells. Her unflappable determination and willingness to take inconceivable risks make her a dangerously effective hunter. Somehow, she is always exactly where she needs to be, at the exact moment she needs to be there, and chance events tend to go her way far more often than they should. Unfortunately, her extreme talent is paired with a blithe disregard for the consequences that her magics might have for the fabric of time. She displays a similar cheerful apathy toward both Gilneas and the curse—she appears solely interested in stopping Hagatha from affecting an event in her own future.
- It is certain that Toki will play a key role in undoing Hagatha’s work in the Witchwood—no matter how many tries it takes!
- This scarred and grizzled arch-mage is fiendishly powerful, with an incredible and innate control over time magic. There have been frequent sightings of her in the city of late, though only for moments at a time. Startled witnesses have noted that her form flickers in and out of existence— it’s as if she can’t maintain her presence in this timeline for long, and they describe her as seeming haunted, crazed, or obsessed. Bizarrely, she has been showing citizens pictures of herself and asking them if they have “seen this gnome.” She displays a grim disregard for both Gilneas and the curse—she appears solely interested in stopping someone in this city from affecting an event in her own future.
- It seems clear that she absolutely will not stop until she finds her quarry. Given her evident power, it’s certain to be a bad day for that unfortunate soul when the time comes.
- (We received these conflicting reports about Toki at precisely the same time. Both were delivered by the same agent, who disavowed any knowledge of writing either report.)
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Her name is likely derived from the common Japanese noun 時 toki, which can be translated as "time".
- Her Japanese name is 時の匠トキToki-no-Takumi Toki, which is somewhat tongue-twisting.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Patch changes[edit | edit source]
- Patch 184.108.40.20666 (2018-04-10): Added.
References[edit | edit source]
- Cam Shea (2018-04-04). IGN Reveals A New Mage Legendary From Hearthstone's The Witchwood Expansion - IGN. Retrieved on 2018-04-04.
- Daxxarri (2018-04-25). The Witchwood – Mysterious Missives Part 3. Retrieved on 2018-04-25.