Not sure about it. It's ALOT of pseudo draw but shaman basic spells are quite bad in most cases. Probably still widely used.
More I look at it, more I like it. Shamans spell pool in standard is 26 at the moment. Of those I'd gladly take about 20 from the result of RNG. Most of them are not worth deckslot but when you get them free they're ALOT better. Sure you still will get bad rng and not the cards you want but most of the cards are decent removal / healing / draw/nutrition cards.
+ It makes overload archetypes better as you will get decently often overload cards from the HP. Think people overreact on the battlecry. There's often turns on shaman that you will gladly trade to your opponent to play this and then keep playing minions like before.
Meh, nothing that would really be meta defining. Blizzard is hitting the meme train hard with Shamans. First Runespear, now this. I'm kinda sad because I thought it was going to have some fun Hex type interactions.
looks like just the right kind of card a specific Control Shaman could enjoy. however, it requires minions to be played, which sparks some interesting deckbuilding questions. I wonder if this is the Elemental Shaman payoff card.
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''He traded sands for skins, skins for gold, gold for life. In the end, he traded life for sand.''
this is...not bad? I mean, people play Shadowreaper mostly for the BOardclear ´+ the additional over time value from the hero power. THis is similar. The only problem I see is that obviously you'll want to play this in a minion-focussed deck, but her Battlecry works against you.
Really not sure what kind of deck this would even fit into.