What are u on crack the worst legendary is cthun by far.
C'thun was amazing... or do you mean mecha'thuun?
being able to get c'thun for free allowed me to build a deck and get a winstreak to rank 15 on my first ever go at hearthstone. without c'thun and his followers I'd have stood no chance. it was a great time to start playing as all you had to do was buy some old gods packs and hopefully get some good followers from them, stick them in any deck then win. (I put them in a tempo style mage deck and seriously kicked arse with it for a while until I started to hit better players with better decks then I switched to zoo lock and beat everyone with that instead, ha ha)
PS: mecha'thun is amazing as well. I've seen some decks with him that are going to be really annoying to deal with.
How is this card bad? You have a 5/5 body for 8 mana, which admittedly isn’t good but warlock has shown with Rin that it can spend turns doing weak tempo plays for a power effect. And this is a powerful effect- imagine trading this and then pulling out a doomguard with charge or pulling out a voidlord
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Not as bad as people call it. The problem is, that its a slow value card and thats atm not needed. if even warlock would change into kinda big style i could see it, also maybe even combo warlock, with banker knifejugler and Umbra, why not?!
But most likely warlock will stick to its roots but this still has some potential.
I think Zerek is actually quite a bit more practical. As for Madam Goya, she's actually quite a bit better than this, in the sense that she can be used to recycle a key battlecry or damaged minion, allowing you to use them again later. This card though..... its just dust.
So after thinking and not just discussing my gut reaction, this has some potential for longer games in a control shell. I'm not going to say it's the most powerful card but the sheer fact you can pull something big out of your deck (a Voidlord maybe? or Deathwing) I believe this card will see experimentation.
I don't think this is given enough credit. It could go infinite if it's copied into your deck. If it's copied near the end of the game, when you don't have any minions left in the deck, it could potentially be a permanent 5/5 on the board. At least until you draw the last one. In any case, it becomes an unremoveable 5/5 which can be very disruptive to people trying to fatigue you out. I voted "playable".
The success of Dark Pact showed us that it's easy for Warlocks to trigger Deathrattles, so Warlock cards with powerful Deathrattles need a high cost to prevent their abuse. I just wish it wasn't this high.
Perhaps this is supposed to be the Warlock version of Kathrena Winterwisp. Morrigan can only summon one minion, but has the potential to be summoned multiple times, since she returns to the deck when she dies. Yet it would, on average, take longer for this card to outvalue or even equal Kathrena Winterwisp, and I don't think Warlocks have anything like King Krush to summon. But maybe the fact that Morrigan can summon non-Beasts could be the clincher, and there's a minion to summon that's so strong I'd only need to use Morrigan's Deathrattle once.
I think this would be worth it if it only swapped with deathrattle minions. Then it would synergize really well with Silver Vanguard or other high cost deathrattle minions, and allow you to safely use minions like Baleful Banker. It would also complement the whole deathrattle banshee aesthetic.