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Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum: Dinotamer Brann, new Hunter Legendary minion revealed

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Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum: Dinotamer Brann, new Hunter Legendary minion revealed

You might be cool but you’ll never be Brann Bronzebeard riding a T-Rex bareback in Saviors of Uldum cool.

“Fred Flintstone ain’t got s–t on me.” — Brann Bronzebeard, probably.

Fans of Battlecry-triggering dwarven hero Brann Bronzebeard and/or the amazing Dino-Riders toys from 1988 are in luck: the latest Hunter Legendary card features bad-ass Brann bareback piloting a T-Rex (presumably King Krush or a close relative).

Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum: Dinotamer Brann, new Hunter Legendary minion revealed

  • Dinotamer Brann
  • Class: Hunter
  • Card type: Minion
  • Rarity: Legendary
  • Mana cost: 7
  • Attack: 2 HP: 4
  • Card text: Battlecry: If your deck has no duplicates, summon King Krush.
  • Source: San Diego Comic Con Hearthstone Panel

Much like the other Explorers revealed thus far, Sir Finley of the Sands and Reno the Relicologist, Brann’s card features a Highlander effect (your deck must have no duplicates). The King Krush which Brann summons is of course Classic Legendary Hunter minion King Krush — the first Hunter Legendary ever (if you don’t count Savannah Highmane, that is).

What do you think of Dinotamer Brann? Sound off in the comments.

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