Warrior

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The Warrior icon.png Warrior is one of the ten classes in Hearthstone, represented by Garrosh Hellscream, Magni Bronzebeard, Deathwing, and Annhylde.

Heroes[edit | edit source]

Garrosh Hellscream(635).png Magni Bronzebeard(14693).png Deathwing(127345).png Annhylde(330022).png

Corrupt Garrosh.png Nagrand Garrosh(330021).png Garrosh of Might(389167).png

Overview[edit | edit source]

Hearthstone's master of war, the warrior is a powerful damage-oriented class. These mighty warlords command the allegiance of fast and deadly minions, sending them charging into the fray. Bloodthirsty gladiators, warriors thrive on damage and bloodshed, with their own wounds only serving to enrage and empower them, making them even deadlier than ever. The warrior's minions share this bloodlust, gaining fearsome new powers from the thrill of battle.

However, these mighty commanders are not content to leave all the fun to their minions, and are always ready to leap into a brawl in person, wielding a range of deadly weapons to cleave and crush their enemies first-hand. Thriving on carnage, warriors can also whirl razor-sharp blades bouncing into the battlefield, drawing blood from friends and foes alike, and rendering enemies vulnerable to their attacks.

As well as their fearsome prowess in attack, warriors are also masters of defence, boasting the most powerful armor of any class. With Armorsmiths and Shieldmaidens constantly crafting fresh pieces for them, warriors can build an unassailable fortress of steel, under which to crush their enemies.

Background[edit | edit source]

Main article: Warrior

For as long as war has raged, heroes from every race have aimed to master the art of battle. Warriors combine strength, leadership, and a vast knowledge of arms and armor to wreak havoc in glorious combat. Some protect from the front lines with shields, locking down enemies while allies support the warrior from behind with spell and bow. Others forgo the shield and unleash their rage at the closest threat with a variety of deadly weapons. The warrior’s battle cries embolden friends and leave foes cowering in fear. With legendary precision, warriors target the smallest gaps in armor and slice at hamstrings in a blur of steel.

Every dragon slain, corrupted tyrant toppled, and demon banished from Azeroth has trembled in the face of these lords of war.[1]

Hero Power[edit | edit source]

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Hero Powers are unique abilities, specific to each class, usable once each turn.

Armor Up! is the warrior Hero Power, allowing the warrior to gain 2 Armor. A powerful defensive option, Armor Up! can be useful for slowly building a wall of Armor, through which the opponent will have to break in order to defeat the warrior, and makes a solid option to fall back on when mana is not better spent elsewhere. In contrast to Health, Armor can be stacked indefinitely. Armor-synergy cards such as Shield Slam can also allow Armor to be used in other ways.

Replacement Hero Powers[edit | edit source]

Tank Up!(22495).png
DIE, INSECT!(55711).png
Bladestorm(62925).png
Big Red Button(89828).png
Anraphet's Core(90769).png
Galakrond's Might(151327).png

Justicar Trueheart Battlecry and Baku the Mooneater Start of Game effect will replace Armor Up! with Tank Up!.

Sulfuras Battlecry, Fire Plume's Heart reward, will replace the current Hero Power with DIE, INSECT!.

Scourgelord Garrosh will replace the current Hero Power with Bladestorm, as well as replacing the hero.

Dr. Boom, Mad Genius will replace the current Hero Power with Big Red Button, as well as replacing the hero.

Hack the System will replace the current Hero Power with Anraphet's Core once the Quest is completed.

Galakrond, the Unbreakable will replace the current Hero Power with Galakrond's Might, as well as replacing the hero.

Strategy and gameplay[edit | edit source]

The warrior in Hearthstone is best played as an aggro, combo, or control deck. Warrior cards and mechanics tend to favor attacking, and having creatures that can deal and take damage. The premier mechanic of the warrior class is Enrage, which gives a buff to a creature when it is damaged, like Amani Berserker and Grommash Hellscream.

Warriors have many cards that cause or can cause damage to their own minions such as Whirlwind, Cruel Taskmaster, and Inner Rage, which are perfect for triggering effects that require a minion to be damaged, or effectively providing one to the damaged minion. These cards are also useful for triggering minions effects that activate from taking damage like Frothing Berserker and Axe Flinger. The class also features some cards which offer benefits from damaged minions such as Battle Rage, which allows you to draw a card for every damaged minion, and Armorsmith, which increases your armor anytime a minion is damaged, as well as Rampage, able to empower and protect damaged minions without removing their enrage effect.

Warriors also place heavy emphasis on Charge and Rush. They can send their own Charge minions like Kor'kron Elite and Grommash Hellscream to devastate the opponent's health pool instantly or Rush minions like Militia Commander, Darius Crowley, and Restless Mummy to challenge and outdo their opponent in minion-to-minion combat. The latter is often rewarded with synergy cards like Spirit of the Rhino and Warriors can give Rush to any of their own minions with cards like Rocket Boots, The Boomship, and Dr. Boom, Mad Genius.

Warriors also have a large amount of effective defensive cards which along with their Hero Power allows for a more controlling strategy where they can stall the game long enough to be able to freely play high cost and powerful cards that can win the game on their own. Additionally, the warrior's many weapon cards and armor buffs allow the hero to kill the opponent's creatures himself while taking minimum damage, all while gaining card advantage and waiting for mana to play more expensive cards.

Warriors come with plenty of weapons to allow the warrior to do their board clearing in person. Warriors have access to more weapon cards than any other class, from lighter weapons like Fiery War Axe to heavy arms like Gorehowl, swinging at minions for the exchange of combat damage or just at the opponent's face to speed up their defeat. They can also buff their weapon's durability to make them last longer, perfect for weapons that benefit from additional uses like Wrenchcalibur and Livewire Lance.

Warriors do have access to multiple direct removal options, although many of them are conditional or symmetrical. Whirlwind and Warpath can clear out small minions including their own, but can be used to their advantage with minions that want to take damage. Cards like Execute, Crush, and Plague of Wrath are efficient but require damaged minions to work, which can be troublesome if you lack the cards to combo them with, and Brawl is a powerful but unpredictable board removal, leaving a single minion standing at the end of it.

Themes[edit | edit source]

Like every other class, warriors have themes giving flavor and common mechanics to their cards and decks. One such theme is Armor, which they gain through their Hero Power as well as cards like Shield Block, Shieldmaiden, and Ancient Shieldbearer. They are the only class with cards that directly grow in power with Armor, such as Shield Slam, Siege Engine, and Geosculptor Yip. Also highlighting this protective nature is Taunt minions and synergies, a theme that has been emphasized more since The Grand Tournament expansion. Examples include Bolster, Sparring Partner, Into the Fray, and the legendary Quest Fire Plume's Heart.

Warriors can complement this defense with aggression. Warriors have the strongest weapon theme of all classes, with an armory including Fiery War Axe, Death's Bite, and Arcanite Reaper, and also weapon buffs like Orgrimmar Aspirant, Hobart Grapplehammer, and Upgrade!. Pirates have also been associated with Warriors, with cards like N'Zoth's First Mate and Bloodsail Cultist complementing the weapons directly.

Another major theme representing this willingness to wade into battle is cards like Mortal Strike and Revenge which are improved by being at low Health. Warrior minions also take part in this desire to take damage, in ways ranging from the standard Enrage ability - represented famously by Grom Hellscream, among others - to unique triggered effects like Frothing Berserker, Armorsmith, Axe Flinger, Security Rover, and Blackhowl Gunspire. Cards like Sudden Genesis, Bloodsworn Mercenary, and Bloodboil Brute supplement this, while those like Whirlwind, Inner Rage, and Risky Skipper can be used to trigger friendly effects or hurt enemy minions. Finally, Execute, Crush, Sleep with the Fishes, and King Mosh can finish off enemies once they have been hit by all the damage flying around.

It's not only an equipped Warrior who jumps into the fray; many Warrior minions can Charge or Rush into the battle, attacking as soon as they're played. Warriors were notorious for their Charge minions in the earlier days of Hearthstone, and stories of Alexstrasza's Champion, a charging and very Raging Worgen, and Grim Patrons empowered by the once-mighty Warsong Commander serving as cautionary tales of the power of Charge minions. The more modern version of Warrior has an affinity with Rush, with cards like Darius Crowley and The Boomship dropping down minions to attack enemy minions, but never face.

Warriors are well-known as control classes, and Big Warrior goes all in on big minions. The game plan of Big Warrior is to use their wide array of board clears and Armor gain to stall until they can play their big threats like Troublemaker and Rattlegore. To offset their very high cost are cards that can summon their minions earlier, like Commencement and Woecleaver, using them to overwhelm the opponent with a constant stream of powerful minions.

Spells[edit | edit source]

For Wild format listings, see Warrior/Wild format

See Spell.

Name / Desc Rarity Class Cost Description
Charge Free Warrior 1
Give a friendly minion Charge. It can't attack heroes this turn. "Guys! Guys! Slow down!" - some kind of non-warrior minion
Whirlwind Free Warrior 1
Deal 1 damage to ALL minions. The way to tell seasoned warriors from novice ones: the novices yell "wheeeee" while whirlwinding.
Cleave Free Warrior 2
Deal 2 damage to two random enemy minions. Hey you two…could you stand next to each other for a second…
Execute Free Warrior 2
Destroy a damaged enemy minion. It's okay, he deserved it.
Heroic Strike Free Warrior 2
Give your hero +4 Attack this turn. Really, if you're a hero, this is every strike.
Shield Block Free Warrior 3
Gain 5 Armor. Draw a card. Shields were invented because Face Block is USELESS.
Inner Rage Common Warrior 0
Deal 1 damage to a minion and give it +2 Attack. They're only smiling on the outside.
Athletic Studies Common Warrior 1
Discover a Rush minion. Your next one costs (1) less. It's a quick read.
Boom Squad Common Warrior 1
Discover a Lackey, Mech, or Dragon. Discover the meaning of squad goals.
Improve Morale Common Warrior 1
Deal 1 damage to a minion.
If it is survives, add a Lackey to your hand. "The beatings will continue until MY morale improves."
Shield of Honor Common 1
Give a damaged minion +3 Attack and Divine Shield"Sir, this shield would've been more helpful last turn!"
Sword and Board Common Warrior 1
Deal 2 damage to a minion. Gain 2 Armor. Stab and Slab. Charge and Targe. Slash and Bash. You get the idea.
Battle Rage Common Warrior 2
Draw a card for each damaged friendly character. "You won't like me when I'm angry."
In Formation! Common Warrior 2
Add 2 random Taunt minions to your hand. None can doubt the strength of the Scholomance student body.
Rampage Common Warrior 2
Give a damaged minion +3/+3. Minion get ANGRY. Minion SMASH!
Slam Common Warrior 2
Deal 2 damage to a minion. If it survives, draw a card. "Dun da dun, dun da dun": if you've heard an ogre sing this, it's too late.
Awaken! Common Warrior 3
Invoke Galakrond. Deal 1 damage to all minions. This is an alarm clock you can't ignore.
Dr. Boom's Scheme Common Warrior 4
Gain 1 Armor.
(Upgrades each turn!) "We did it! We blew up the vault!"
"You mean the vault door?"
"Oh. The doooor..."
Cutting Class Common 5
Draw 2 cards.
Costs (1) less per Attack of your weapon. When you actually are the sharpest tool in the shed
Into the Fray Rare Warrior 1
Give all Taunt minions in your hand +2/+2. "You are in my FRAY!"
Upgrade! Rare Warrior 1
If you have a weapon, give it +1/+1. Otherwise equip a 1/3 weapon. Easily worth 50 DKP.
Commanding Shout Rare Warrior 2
Your minions can't be reduced below 1 Health this turn. Draw a card. "Shout! Shout! Let it all out!" - Advice to warriors-in-training
Corsair Cache Rare Warrior 2
Draw a weapon.
Give it +1 Durability. Where's a corsair's favorite place to hide treasure? Under their deck!
Sweeping Strikes Rare Warrior 2
Give a minion "Also damages minions next to whomever this attacks." Infinitely preferable to mopping strikes.
Coerce Rare 3
Destroy a damaged minion. Combo: Destroy any minion. "Give me your lunch money, or the sandwich gets it!"
Molten Breath Rare Warrior 4
Deal 5 damage to a minion. If you're holding a Dragon, gain 5 Armor. Pizza so hot it burns OTHER PEOPLE’S MOUTHS.
Mortal Strike Rare Warrior 4
Deal 4 damage. If you have 12 or less Health, deal 6 instead. "If you only use one ability, use Mortal Strike." - The Warrior Code, Line 6
Plague of Wrath Rare Warrior 5
Destroy all damaged minions. "Thanks, I HATE it!"
Commencement Rare 7
Summon a minion from your deck. Give it Taunt and Divine Shield"Remember, graduates—you carry a heavy weight on your shoulders now."
Dimensional Ripper Rare Warrior 10
Summon 2 copies of a minion in your deck. The first dimensional ripper had a point.
The second fell flat.
The THIRD one really started to take shape!
Shield Slam Epic Warrior 1
Deal 1 damage to a minion for each Armor you have. "What is a better weapon? The sharp one your enemies expect, or the blunt one they ignore?" - The Art of Warrior, Chapter 9
Bladestorm Epic Warrior 3
Deal 1 damage to all minions. Repeat until one dies. Dear minions: Woosh, woosh, woosh, woosh, woosh.
Best regards, Bladestorm
Ramming Speed Epic Warrior 3
Force a minion to attack one of its neighbours. Her deductible keeps going up.
Brawl Epic Warrior 5
Destroy all minions except one. (chosen randomly) Do you know the first rule of Brawl Club?
Hack the System Legendary Warrior 1
Quest: Attack 5 times with your hero.
Reward: Anraphet's Core. Anything can be hacked, if you're holding an axe.
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Athletic Studies(329995).png
Boom Squad(184971).png
Charge(646).png
Hack the System(90768).png
Improve Morale(90558).png
Into the Fray(90754).png
Shield of Honor(329967).png
Shield Slam(50).png
Sword and Board(210788).png
Upgrade!(638).png
Whirlwind(161).png
Battle Rage(664).png
Cleave(81).png
Commanding Shout(166).png
Corsair Cache(210795).png
Execute(227).png
Heroic Strike(1).png
In Formation!(329998).png
Rampage(454).png
Slam(215).png
Sweeping Strikes(90661).png
Awaken!(151391).png
Bladestorm(210803).png
Coerce(329966).png
Ramming Speed(151394).png
Shield Block(493).png
Dr. Boom's Scheme(90575).png
Molten Breath(127302).png
Mortal Strike(345).png
Brawl(297).png
Cutting Class(330006).png
Plague of Wrath(90765).png
Commencement(329987).png
Dimensional Ripper(90618).png


Minions[edit | edit source]

For Wild format listings, see Warrior/Wild format

All classes can also use neutral minions in their decks. See Minion.

Name / Desc Rarity Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Warsong Commander Free General Warrior 3 2 3
Your Charge minions have +1 Attack. The Warsong clan is such drama. It's really not worth it to become a commander.
Kor'kron Elite Free General Warrior 4 4 3
Charge The Kor'kron are the elite forces of Garrosh Hellscream. Let's just say you don't want to run into these guys while wearing a blue tabard.
Imprisoned Gan'arg Common Demon Warrior 1 2 2
Dormant for 2 turns. When this awakens, equip a 3/2 Axe. Factory Direct Fiery War Axe. Please allow two turns for delivery.
Sky Raider Common Pirate Warrior 1 1 2
Battlecry: Add a random Pirate to your hand. Maybe he should've hatched a plan that could actually carry booty back too.
Cruel Taskmaster Common General Warrior 2 2 2
Battlecry: Deal 1 damage to a minion and give it +2 Attack. "I'm going to need you to come in on Sunday." - Cruel Taskmaster
Frightened Flunky Common General Warrior 2 2 2
Taunt
Battlecry: Discover a Taunt minion. Some people just aren't cut out to be supervillain material.
Vicious Scraphound Common Mech Warrior 2 2 3
Whenever this minion deals damage, gain that much Armor. It begs for scraps.
Bonechewer Raider Common General Warrior 3 3 3
Battlecry: If there is a damaged minion, gain +1/+1 and RushAnd if that minion has a frisbee, LOOK OUT!
EVIL Quartermaster Common General Warrior 3 2 3
Battlecry: Add a Lackey to your hand. Gain 3 Armor. He trained for a whole year to become quarter-master. Three more, and he'll be a full-master.
Arathi Weaponsmith Common General Warrior 4 3 3
Battlecry: Equip a 2/2 weapon. 50% off fist weapons, limited time only!
Restless Mummy Common General Warrior 4 3 2
Rush
Reborn Life-separation anxiety syndrome.
Armored Goon Common General Warrior 6 6 7
Whenever your hero attacks, gain 5 Armor. Armored except for non-critical areas, such as the head, torso, fists and thighs.
Risky Skipper Rare Pirate Warrior 1 1 3
After you play a minion, deal 1 damage to all minions. Sworn enemy of the Safety Matey.
Armorsmith Rare General Warrior 2 1 4
Whenever a friendly minion takes damage, gain 1 Armor. She accepts guild funds for repairs!
Bomb Wrangler Rare General Warrior 3 2 3
Whenever this minion takes damage, summon a 1/1 Boom Bot. Bomb Wranglers tend to have short fuses and even shorter lifespans.
Clockwork Goblin Rare Mech Warrior 3 3 3
Battlecry: Shuffle a Bomb into your opponent's deck. When draw, it explodes for 5 damage. They always end up bombing.
Frothing Berserker Rare General Warrior 3 2 4
Whenever a minion takes damage, gain +1 Attack. He used to work as an accountant before he tried his hand at Berserkering.
Skybarge Rare Mech Warrior 3 2 5
After you summon a Pirate, deal 2 damage to a random enemy. It's more of a ship-gun than a gunship.
Scrap Golem Rare Mech Warrior 5 4 5
Taunt. Deathrattle: Gain Armor equal to this minion's Attack. Abuse, reuse, recycle.
Bloodboil Brute Rare General Warrior 7 5 8
Rush
Costs (1) less for each damaged minion. Call Gurtogg a brute if you like, but no one else cares about the wounded like he does.
Tomb Warden Rare Mech Warrior 8 3 6
Taunt
Battlecry: Summon a copy of this minion. Also known as an ancient copy machine.
Troublemaker Rare General Warrior 8 6 8
At the end of your turn, summon two 3/3 Ruffians that attack random enemies. "Prepare for trouble!" "Make it double!"
Bloodsworn Mercenary Epic General Warrior 3 2 2
Battlecry: Choose a damaged friendly minion. Summon a copy of it. You look really hurt. You could use a friend!
Playmaker Epic General Warrior 3 4 3
After you play a Rush minion, summon a copy with 1 Health remaining. "Here's the plan: you go left, I go right, and the wounded guy takes the hit."
Warmaul Challenger Epic General Warrior 3 1 10
Battlecry: Choose an enemy minion. Battle it to the death! Old gladiator rules: first one to die loses.
Omega Devastator Epic Mech Warrior 4 4 5
Battlecry: If you have 10 Mana Crystals, deal 10 damage to a minion. The Alpha Devastator didn't devastate enough. The Beta Devastator devastated too much. But the Omega was just right!
Scion of Ruin Epic Dragon Warrior 4 3 2
Rush. Battlecry: If you've Invoked twice, summon 2 copies of this. Ruined! RUINED!
Steeldancer Epic General 4 4 4
Battlecry: Summon a random minion with Cost equal to your weapon's Attack. Pretty powerful if you blade your cards right.
Lord Barov Legendary General 3 3 2
Battlecry: Set the Health of all other minions to 1.
Deathrattle: Deal 1 damage to all minions. Alexei Barov stayed at Scholomance despite leasing it to Kel’Thuzad. He says it’s for "supervision."
Kargath Bladefist Legendary General Warrior 4 4 4
Rush
Deathrattle: Shuffle 'Kargath Prime' into your deck. He rules the Shattered Hand orc clan with an iron... bladefist.
Doctor Krastinov Legendary General 5 4 4
Rush
Whenever this attacks, give your weapon +1/+1. He is not a medical doctor.
Armagedillo Legendary Beast Warrior 6 4 7
Taunt
At the end of your turn, give all Taunt minions in your hand +2/+2. We may never know what provoked it, but we will never forget the consequences.
Blastmaster Boom Legendary General Warrior 7 7 7
Battlecry: Summon two 1/1 Boom Bots for each Bomb in your opponent's deck. He's gonna fly through the air with the greatest of grease.
Deathwing, Mad Aspect Legendary Dragon Warrior 8 12 12
Battlecry: Attack ALL other minions. Bite that one, bite that other one, claw this one, swallow that one whole....
Grommash Hellscream Legendary General Warrior 8 4 9
Charge
Has +6 Attack while damaged. Grommash drank the tainted blood of Mannoroth, dooming the orcs to green skin and red eyes! Maybe not his best decision.
Rattlegore Legendary General Warrior 9 9 9
Deathrattle: Resummon this with -1/-1. He looks bad now, but he was pretty handsome in his 20/20s.
The Boom Reaver Legendary Mech Warrior 10 7 9
Battlecry: Summon a copy of a minion in your deck. Give it Rush. "What's better than reaving? BOOM reaving!"
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Imprisoned Gan'arg(210849).png
Risky Skipper(184970).png
Sky Raider(151385).png
Armorsmith(644).png
Cruel Taskmaster(328).png
Frightened Flunky(90758).png
Vicious Scraphound(90658).png
Bloodsworn Mercenary(90738).png
Bomb Wrangler(184972).png
Bonechewer Raider(210790).png
Clockwork Goblin(90573).png
EVIL Quartermaster(151372).png
Frothing Berserker(69).png
Lord Barov(329943).png
Playmaker(329897).png
Skybarge(151430).png
Warmaul Challenger(210733).png
Warsong Commander(193).png
Arathi Weaponsmith(504).png
Kargath Bladefist(210686).png
Kor'kron Elite(130).png
Omega Devastator(90559).png
Restless Mummy(90696).png
Scion of Ruin(151347).png
Steeldancer(329878).png
Doctor Krastinov(329899).png
Scrap Golem(210796).png
Armagedillo(90718).png
Armored Goon(90824).png
Blastmaster Boom(90567).png
Bloodboil Brute(210798).png
Deathwing, Mad Aspect(127293).png
Grommash Hellscream(643).png
Tomb Warden(90781).png
Troublemaker(329864).png
Rattlegore(329871).png
The Boom Reaver(90624).png


Uncollectible

For Wild format listings, see Warrior/Wild format

The following minions are generated by other warrior cards or effects, and are uncollectible.

Name / Desc Rarity Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Honor Student None General 1 1 1
 
Ruffian None General Warrior 3 3 3
 
Stone Golem None General Warrior 3 4 3
 
Kargath Prime None General Warrior 8 10 10
Rush. Whenever this attacks and kills a minion, gain 10 Armor. 
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Ruffian(330071).png
Stone Golem(90770).png
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Weapons[edit | edit source]

For Wild format listings, see Warrior/Wild format

See Weapon.

Name / Desc Rarity Class Cost Atk HP Description
Fiery War Axe Free Warrior 3 3 2
During times of tranquility and harmony, this weapon was called by its less popular name, Chilly Peace Axe.
Arcanite Reaper Free Warrior 5 5 2
No… actually you should fear the Reaper.
Ritual Chopper Rare Warrior 2 1 2
Battlecry: Invoke Galakrond. Chop chop, Galakrond!
Reaper's Scythe Rare Warrior 4 4 2
Spellburst: Also damages adjacent minions this turn. Die. Die. Die.
Ceremonial Maul Epic 3 2 2
Spellburst: Summon a Student with Taunt and stats equal to the spell's Cost. For the most discerning of hall monitors.
Livewire Lance Epic Warrior 3 2 2
After your Hero attacks, add a Lackey to your hand. The lance is heavy but it’s the battery pack that really does a number on the shoulders.
Wrenchcalibur Epic Warrior 4 3 2
After your hero attacks, shuffle a Bomb into your opponent's deck. Whoso pulleth out this wrench from the toolbox is rightwise king of the lab.
Gorehowl Epic Warrior 7 7 1
Attacking a minion costs 1 Attack instead of 1 Durability. Grommash Hellscream's famous axe. Somehow this ended up in Prince Malchezaar's possession. Quite the mystery!
Ancharrr Legendary Warrior 3 2 2
After your hero attacks, draw a Pirate from your deck. The problem with anchors is they often end up sinking to the bottom of your deck.
Bulwark of Azzinoth Legendary Warrior 3 1 4
Whenever your hero would take damage, this loses 1 Durability instead. This plate turned shield you shall wield, praying its powers fel will serve you well.
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Ceremonial Maul(329892).png
Fiery War Axe(632).png
Livewire Lance(90766).png
Reaper's Scythe(329964).png
Wrenchcalibur(90572).png
Arcanite Reaper(182).png
Gorehowl(96).png

Uncollectible[edit | edit source]

For Wild format listings, see Warrior/Wild format

The following weapons are generated by other warrior cards and effects, and are uncollectible.

Name / Desc Rarity Class Cost Atk HP Description
Battle Axe Common Warrior 1 2 2
 
Heavy Axe Common Warrior 1 1 3
 
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Hero cards[edit | edit source]

For Wild format listings, see Warrior/Wild format

See Hero card.

Name / Desc Rarity Type Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Galakrond, the Unbreakable Legendary Hero card Warrior 7
Battlecry: Draw 1 minion. Give it +4/+4.
(Invoke twice to upgrade.) The ground quaked beneath the behemoth as Dr. Boom continued: "…with over 400 TONS of solid Storm Silver plate." Then he beeped a small remote. "And luxury spikes!"
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Madness at the Darkmoon Faire

The below cards are planned for release with Madness at the Darkmoon Faire, coming November 17, 2020.

Name / Desc Rarity Type Subtype Class Cost Atk HP Description
Minefield Common Spell Warrior 2
Deal 5 damage randomly split among all minions. Dodge bombs like you're playing Tonksweeper!
Stage Hand Common Minion Mech Warrior 2 3 2
Battlecry: Give a random minion in your hand +1/+1. Holds everything himself because people wouldn't stop touching the prop table.
Sword Eater Common Minion Pirate Warrior 4 2 5
Taunt
Battlecry: Equip a
3/2 Sword. How tough is he? He eats swords for breakfast! Without any milk.
Stage Dive Rare Spell Warrior 1
Draw a Rush minion.
Corrupt: Give it +2/+1. The most metal trust fall.
Bumper Car Rare Minion Mech Warrior 2 1 3
Rush
Deathrattle: Add two 1/1 Riders with Rush to your hand. Subject: Re: Unsafe Rides? bump
Feat of Strength Rare Spell Warrior 3
Give a random Taunt minion in your hand +5/+5. Generally happens right after the airing of grievances.
Ringmaster's Baton Epic Weapon Warrior 2 1 3
After your hero attacks, give a Mech, Dragon, and Pirate in your hand +1/+1. A mech, a dragon, and a pirate walk into an Old God's gaping maw. The mech was too crunchy, the dragon was too hot, but the pirate was just right.
Tent Trasher Epic Minion Dragon Warrior 5 5 5
Rush. Costs (1) less for each friendly minion with a unique minion type. "I consider it redecorating."
E.T.C., God of Metal Legendary Minion General Warrior 2 1 4
After a friendly Rush minion attacks, deal 2 damage to the enemy hero. There are Old Gods and then there are Rock Gods.
Ringmaster Whatley Legendary Minion General Warrior 5 3 5
Battlecry: Draw a Mech, Dragon, and Pirate. His main qualification is that he'll work with anyone. Or anything.
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E.T.C., God of Metal(378847).png
Minefield(389024).png
Ringmaster's Baton(388939).png
Stage Hand(389037).png
Feat of Strength(389022).png
Sword Eater(389028).png
Ringmaster Whatley(388940).png
Tent Trasher(388946).png

Leveling rewards[edit | edit source]

As a hero reaches various levels they are awarded new cards, with each class having its own rewards. All cards awarded by gaining levels are soulbound, and cannot be crafted or disenchanted.

Levels up to 10 award new Basic class cards, while levels after this award only golden versions of existing cards.

Starting cards[edit | edit source]

All warriors start with the following class cards.


Charge(646).png
Execute(227).png
Fiery War Axe(632).png
Heroic Strike(1).png
Warsong Commander(193).png

Level 2-10[edit | edit source]

Up to level 10, reaching each even-numbered level will award the player two copies of a new Basic class card. These cards are not obtainable through any other means.

Cleave(81).png

Level 2
Kor'kron Elite(130).png

Level 4
Whirlwind(161).png

Level 6
Shield Block(493).png

Level 8
Arcanite Reaper(182).png

Level 10

Level 11-60[edit | edit source]

Above level 10, reaching certain levels will award golden versions of existing Basic cards. As they are uncraftable, it is not possible to disenchant these cards, making the reward purely cosmetic. Reaching each required level will award one golden card. Levels after 10 award golden Basic class cards, whereas levels after 50 award golden Basic neutral minion cards.

Heroic Strike(1) Gold.png

Level 15/20
Charge(646) Gold.png

Level 23/26
Shield Block(493) Gold.png

Level 28/30
Whirlwind(161) Gold.png

Level 32/34
Warsong Commander(193) Gold.png

Level 36/38
Cleave(81) Gold.png

Level 40/42
Kor'kron Elite(130) Gold.png

Level 44/46
Execute(227) Gold.png

Level 47/48
Fiery War Axe(632) Gold.png

Level 49/50
Arcanite Reaper(182) Gold.png

Level 51/52
Silverback Patriarch(611) Gold.png

Level 53/54
Chillwind Yeti(31) Gold.png

Level 55/56
Raid Leader(502) Gold.png

Level 57/58
Wolfrider(174) Gold.png

Level 59/60

References[edit | edit source]