It is a battlecry for shud. (wild reno control shaman) It can give non-class cards to rogue. (wild reno rogue with thief synergies into new quest) It helps to curve out for an aggro deck (wild singelton paladin, wild singelton zoo, wild singelton aggro\midrange hunter)
And obiviously it is brokenly good for existing reno mage\warlock\priest
So many things to try. Will I even play standard in the first month of the meta?
I love the fact that they made another highlander card, maybe highlander decks will be good even in standard. For wild though, highlander decks will be super op. I'm not totally sure how this works but by what I've read it looks really good :)
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.