Rastakhan's Rumble Guide
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.
So what about this and Da Undatakah
INFINITE VALUE POG
as someone who's favorite mechanic is deathrattle(especially the ones that summon a minion or give you a minion) this card was really fun to play
Could make a comeback in Wild Big Rogue with the new deathrattle tools? If only he was 8 mana
He is quite good in Miniature Warfare brawl :)
It sucks that Anub'Arak was represented in the game in such a crappy way. Trash card that i've never seen played, even in arena.
What's up with the voice acting? Doesn't sound anything like Anub'arak. Not the one from WC3, anyway.
This version of him is only in WoW.
This card makes me wish control rogue was a thing.
I somehow like this card, although it is way to slow 90% of the times.
Lucked into this from Journey to Below in my budget Rogue Cthun (cuz missions), single-handly killed enemy Warrior Control. Enemy was at 20+ armor and near-full health with board control, Cthun made the board situation a bit more favorable (but was promptly removed), then Anub inexorably battered him into submission over like 10 more turns. Probably longest battle I've gone through but was hilarious.
i got it twice, 1 normal and 1 golden
golden i already disenchant, should i disenchant normal too?
Definetely DO NOT disenchant. Sure, it's slow - but it can easily be a pain to remove since silence isn't that much of a thing anymore.
Also, bait out entomb from the priest. Getting Anub'Arak entombed is too soul-crushing.
My friend played anub'arak and i played my sylvanas and deathed it, he stopped playing for a few days
N'zoth says hi ...
I feel like I don't even have to craft this card because I literally ALWAYS get it from Journey Below XD
With WOG live for a while, Anub is starting to shine in a rogue deck ive been playing around with after finding Xaril, N'zoth and 2 Hucksters in packs on an alt account. I crafted Shadowcasters, also found Ragnaros in a brawl pack, and while its greedy as hell the combo options especially after a favourable Thaurissan turn are insane. Ive won games on the back of dropping 3 Rags at some point, and also from focusing on letting Anub die and/ or shadowcasting him to get 4/5 of them back on my N'zoth turn. That pyromancer equality looks a little less good facing 16-16 stats on the board afterwards :P
Journey below fills out curve with a third huckster, gets sylvanas now and then, or a second Anub when feeling greedy, shadow strike + prep and SI7 agent kills the shaman 7/7, im liking rogue while i never used to play it. WIll post a deck sometime if anyone is interested ;)
says hello to control warrior!