Battlecry: Put 3 Colossal minions on the bottom of your deck.
For thousands of years, Faelin has longed to return to his homeland. Will Zin-Azshari be as he hopes, or are the secrets of the deep better left forgotten?
So… first they put this on the free reward track at lvl 1, and now you can get it from an achievement that’s cool and all but… when you already have it and you unlock the achievement (like I just did) it’s really weird that you can’t dust it or anything right?? Feels kinda empty to me…
Mistermath's Card Ratings for Voyage to the Sunken City:
The problem with comparing this to Envoy Rustwix is that the three colossi are put on the bottom of your deck, meaning that you can't draw them naturally. Requiring synergy means that, despite colossi being ridiculously overpowered cards, and despite this costing 1 less mana than Rustwix, this is still getting a 5/10 as a 4 mana 4/5 with minor conditional upside.
I was suspicious the first moment I saw him, especially with the Colossi he summons. Adventure content 'twist' will be obvious.
This card does not exist! I don’t have it and I can’t craft it either
Yes, I don't know why this card is in 'uncraftable cards' in game. But people are playing it, maybe they get it from opening the card packs.
Haha, I just realized you get this through rewards track for free.
This is better than Envoy Rustwix
Another one of those fun but bad legendaries they release that's themed around the expansion but won't really see much play, kinda like Silas Darkmoon or Auctioneer Jaxon. Definitely meant to have the same results as Prince Malchezaar, just a fun way to add big cards to your deck
Do we know if the minions are different? Is there any chance to break a reno deck in wild?
so with this, you got 3 random collosal from random class right? then fetch all three with finley, or just dredge with 0 mana druid spell. i think it will be super good
If Colossal minions are all as good as the ones we've seen so far, this is great. Great tempo stats on a 4 drop, generates threats in your deck. Sort of like a more reliable Rustwix.