Deathstalker Rexxar was the first Hero card revealed from Hearthstone’s Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion. Early interpretation of the card placed it as an anti-control tool, giving Hunter infinite minions to run any control deck out of resources. However, in actual gameplay, Deathstalker Rexxar is a better tool against aggro than it is against control.
Ultimate Infestation has rapidly become one of the most feared cards in Hearthstone. There is no denying that it is immensely powerful, but the early Jade Druid builds that have used the card have also had a surprising weakness that people are still looking to fully answer.
Let’s take a deeper look at this surprising weakness opened up by including Ultimate Infestation in Jade Druid!
King Mosh is the Warrior class legendary minion from Hearthstone’s Journey to Un’Goro expansion, and I had high hopes that it would help Control Warrior return to viability in that expansion. Alas, that was not to be, even though King Mosh had its occasional moments already back then.
However, with Knights of the Frozen Throne, King Mosh is back with a vengeance!
Once again, I teamed up with Hearthhead to take a bit of a deeper look at some of the Knights of the Frozen Throne cards. Playtesting is just beginning, but a number of interesting interactions are already known and the card pools from which random cards are generated are known and can be calculated.