this card look goods awsome =)
+ Nice, nice combo-wombo.
Mass dispel value lol
Context-wise this is rather strange. Imagine some Mech getting infested with a for example.Pseudo-draw for (3), so as long as you hit two targets with it and suicide those, this should pay for itself.
This synergizes pretty well with . All of the minions that you previously hit with Infest are eligible to come back when N'Zoth hits the board.
No, N'Zoth will only raise minions that have a stock Deathrattle, not buffs from Soul of the Forest, Explorer's Hat, or the like. https://twitter.com/PlayHearthstone/status/713054676564975620
Better luck next time Thrombin2 :P only in-built deathrattle minions allowed for N'Zoth.
Sorry, I just can't get behind the idea of Ragnaros, Lightlord. The concept of Ragnaros turning good doesn't make sense at all, especially in the context of an expansion where things are being CORRUPTED. This is just dumb.
Ragnaros must have played against a priest.
It makes sense indeed! The paladin cards revealed so far are fighting against the old gods, not being corrupted. And the elementals and old gods are rivals. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Notice that he can attack unlike his evil version.
Aw Cmon,...this is such lazy card design.All they do are reboots of old cards.Ragnaros the lightlord...this better be an early april fools joke.
For anyone who's confused by Light-Rag, here's a lore tidbit for you; The elemental lords (Ragnaros, Neptulon, Al'akir & Therazane) used to serve the old gods, albeit unwillingly. So, It would seem like the joke here is Rag turning against his old masters by becoming "good". Still doesn't make it any less silly.
Really, people are actually complaining about Rag Light when we have dopey walrus riding a turtle? Point your complaining cross-hairs at something worthy.So far the Whimpers of the False gods look fun imo...it's some of the existing cards that really made me question...Seriously, Blizzard? I can tell which cards were designed late on Friday nights...and Rag Light isn't one of them.