Hearthstone will see some cards from the classic set, Blizzard announced today in a blog post. The goal of these reconstructions, retirees and re-launches is to keep the nine classes in Hearthstone feeling clear, with their own strengths, weaknesses and core fantasies.
The default modes rotate over time, with cards removed and expansions changed to Wild when the game progresses. That means players who are not involved in Wild play see their classes evolve over time, with new combinations like "Secret Paladin" or "Jade Druid" coming in and out of fashion. These changes are intended to calculate classes that have gone a little too far from their intended strengths and weaknesses.
The first and greatest changes come to the villain and priest. Mind Blast, a card that does five damage to the enemy hero, retires in favor of Radiance. Radiance restores five health to the priest's hero. The villainous Vanish card that returns all the minions to their owners' hands is replaced by the Plagiarism, a 3/3 minion that adds the "toxic" draw to an allied minion.
Mind Blast and Vanish will still be available in Wild fashion.
This is part of an ongoing effort by Blizzard to return previous content in an attempt to spruce up Hearthstone's current metagame. Recently, the Rise of the Mechs event went back and buffed Boomsday Project's card, including the addition of a new legendary.
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