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Hearthstone: Rastakhan's Rumble: New Shaman Legendary, Krag'wa the Frog revealed

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Hearthstone: Rastakhan’s Rumble: New Shaman Legendary, Krag’wa the Frog revealed

“You speak to Krag’wa.”

“You are a friend to the frogs. I will… not eat you.”

Shamans gain a promising new weapon for their burn arsenal with Krag’wa the Frog, otherwise known as Krag’wa the Huge, a frog loa worshipped by the Zandalari in World of Warcraft lore.

Hearthstone: Rastakhan's Rumble: New Shaman Legendary, Krag'wa the Frog revealed

  • Krag’wa the Frog
  • Class: Shaman
  • Card type: Minion
  • Rarity: Legendary
  • Mana cost: 6
  • Attack: 4. Health: 6
  • Card text: Battlecry: Return all spells you played last turn to your hand.
  • Tribe: Beast
  • Source: Blizzard promotional e-mail.

And for those of you who were wondering, yes, Krag’wa will gain an Unstable Evolution for each time it was cast in the previous turn, as confirmed by Team 5 designer Liv Breeden on Reddit:

Will Krag’wa, the Frog give birth to Shuddercroak Shaman decks? Is this the first and last we’ve seen of the “last turn” mechanic? Sound off in the comments.

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