Healadin synergies. If Priest of the Feast was still in standard, it could also pair with the Soup Vendoron theory. We have to see the rest of the priest set, but for now I am calling it a paladin card.
+ Like people already mentioned, priest has Northshire Cleric, which is cheaper and whose effect is easier to trigger.
Don't think it'll see play. Maybe if Healadin becomes a thing it can cheat it out with call to arms along with Crystalsmith Kangor and other low-drops that would fit the deck like Vicious Scalehide & Righteous Protector.
How does this work when you play this as a Shaman and you healing rain your hero for 12x1 hp?
It will either: - draw up to 4 cards (if the card checks every 3rd health restored); - draw 1 card (if the card looks at the combined sum of the restored health points) or - draw 0 (if the card looks at every restored health point separately).
I personally think that the answer would be - 1 card.
You restore 12 health - it's more than 3 so you draw a card. Nothing special here.
Card doesn't say you have to restore instant 3 or more - it says only about restoring.
But it may evaluate each instance of healing for being 3+. Meaning each drop of HRain would be seen as 1, not the accumulated 12. If that’s how it works, it would not draw for HRain. May need a test at release.
The fact that it doesn’t say 3 health “on your turn” makes me think the 1 heal drops will not stack. But this makes Lifedrinker better for sure.