Not sure if this card is too good or too bad. This quest is meant for yolo murloc plays, and while it comes with a pretty good upside (and on turn 1), if you complete the quest you're most likely screwed. Not sure if it's possible to merge a quest with another effect when casted or if it's possible to obtain an instant "reward" from it, but I thought that it could be interesting to make a card like this.
Custom cards : WCDC #9.14 : CANDLEBEARD [5m 2/2 Rogue minion] Deathrattle: Recruit a minion that costs (2) or less and give it this Deathrattle. CLASSES : NEW!Alchemist (CCC#5 | Phase III) | Chef (CCC#4) EXPANSIONS : Year of the Scorpion (Year Comp)
Famous weapon wielded på Arthas Menethil... Until he gave it up for
that is. The card is/has:
1. Has +2 Attack on your opponent's turn (Journey to Un'Goro).
2. Lifesteal (Knight's of the Frozen Throne).
3. Is a legendary weapon (Kobolds and Catacombs).
The card has no effect on your turn (without buffs), but on your opponent's turn, any character attacking your hero will recieve 2 damage and heal your hero for 2. Usually weapons aren't "active" on your opponent's turn, in case you're wondering what I mean by "... and is active..."
The simplest card text you can have that still meets the requirements. This takes the effects that
was often used for, but without the shuffling mechanic since it starts with them instead of needing buffs.
Man that took me soooo long to figure out how to post the image!!! (mostly because I'm an idiot)
Any sympathy votes for a guy with ptsd?? :-p
Edit; I suppose it goes without saying that the weapon is unsheathed on your opponents turn. Setting the health to 15 I believe is fair for a card like this as any minion who attacks your face (without Immune or Divine Shield ofc) will die. Think it would be a good tool for a control rogue if ever the archetype existed. The hero power may seem a bit OP, but again, I think that is counter balanced by the battlecry. Basically, when you play this card, aggro needs to kill you quick, combo, likely doesn't care, and control...... well, who knows how a control mirror ends? :-)