This is iffy if this fits into a tempo rogue though. The draw is definitely something that deck lacks, but without playing keleseth it's just a 3/2 on 4 (and more likely on turn 5)
Tempo still runs 4 0-cost cards not to mention the coin could be used to cheat him out on turn 3. I can imagine a bunch of scenarios where this could come in really handy....with the extra draw you could also run counterfeit coin to increase combo consistency
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I can imagine coining this on turn 3 to draw another copy of it, and then play it again the next turn. Great card for filling up your hand, also works well when behind because you don't have to worry about drawing coins or Bstabs. Also the high chance of pulling out curve with it. The more I look at this card the better it gets, I just realized how it's literally thinning your deck by two, any MTG player knows the strength of that. Definitely a more tempo oriented card, but this thing is going straight into a Malygos deck. Finally have an Altar of Bones in Hearthstone.
Seems like a strong tool for Miracle Rogue. Getting to draw 2 cards is awesome in any situation, but you wouldn't want to run a card that doesn't really have any board presence in a Rogue deck where you need it. It can help you draw combos, get the cards you need to disadvantage your opponent in a deck like Mill Rogue, and be awesome in arena as long as you have at least some cards that can trigger the combo effect well.
A strong card for combo decks like Miracle or Malygos Rogue as it helps fetching your key minions. Not that good in regards to Aggro Rogue though since a blank 4 mana 3/2 is even worse Tempo-wise than Xaril, Poisoned Mind. And it's not that you always start with Prince Keleseth in hand.