"Today, justice will be done!" (c) Maiev Shadowsong
So the point is, that Fan of Knives - that's HER spell from lore. So that makes sense. Besides, that's very strong control card for rogue. And YES with Shadowstep she will be brilliant. As she did in Warcraft.
I really like Bane of Doom, and a global Bane Of Doom appeals to me. The damage to yourself is put in there to make it more balanced, so you don;t have a board full of powerful demons with no consequences.
I consider a "Fire based Mage spell" to be any Mage spell that has fire as it's main theme. This includes: Pyroblast, Flamestrike, Firelands Portal, Dragon's Breath, Flame Lance, Fireball, Effigy, Forgotten Torch, Vaporize, Volcanic Potion and Flame Cannon. Obviously the ones that could only be used in wild mode wouldn't activate in standard mode. The last part of the text would mean only the targeted spells have a 50% chance to hit the player's own face.
I like the idea (silly as it is) for a card to dazzle and surprise all who dare to play it for the simplicity of dumping your deck directly into play with a spectacular array of spells and confusion. Lawsuits and Court Orders would surely ensue. And all for just 7 mana.
In short, Dr. Agon takes the randomness (but never the fun) out of Yogg-Saron, Hope's End. And it's a Dragon why not, sheesh!
Please Note: Side effect when using Dr. Agon may include, but are not limited to: loss of spell cards, loss of board prescence, fatal damage, interruption of Battlecry effect (similar to Yogg). Please read the manual before playing.
This card is designed to be a mini, more controllable version of Yogg-Saron, Hope's End, that can help you gain more value from trades, and can provide your opponent with potentially awkward turns. You may have to be careful when trading though, because if Ashid's spell kills a minion, it could result in an uncontrollable chain reaction.