Probably just took it off a corpse. He is a scavenger, after all.
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So, when a warrior uses Dead Man's Hand, what does that actually mean in terms of flavor? Is he the dead man? Does he cut off his own hand? Is that why he has Tentacles for Arms? Does he think that tentacles are actually as good as arms?
These reasons and more are why I think warriors are more mysterious than people give them credit for.
Let's not forget the 3 mana 1/6 that gains 1 health every time you play a minion. Curving into this would buff that guy to 3/9 assuming he had not yet taken damage. Or you play this after tar creeper and just blow your opponent out with a 3/7 tar creeper that's a 5/7 on their turn. It's a dark freaking arrakoa on turn 4. All in all it might just be too much anti aggro tech and not enough value to not be punished by control. We could see a token taunt midrange druid that uses high health taunts to put up a wall against aggro and uses savage roar to finish off control. In which case Malfurion the Pestilent, innervate, strongshell scavenger, mark of the lotus could be a thing. That would create 2 4/8 taunts and a 2/3. Druid of the claw, savage roar, hero power deals 27 from that board.
Pretty damn good, it's the kind of card Taunt Druid needs to stand a chance against control decks, and it's not too bad against aggro since you only need a single target for it to be decent. I still don't think that deck will be viable, but it's a start.
bolster at 2 mana didn't really work for a warrior, this is actually a little worse as it's hard to fit in an extra 2 mana in a combo and the extra 2/3 isn't really worth it.
probably won't see any play but maybe it's a nice 9 mana combo (or more realistically a 7 mana combo with innervate) with spreading plague. 9 mana for a board full (4-6) of Sinjin shield master with 2 extra hp is really powerful.