New Hearthstone Card Lets You Steal Opponent's Entire Deck

New Hearthstone Card Lets You Steal Opponent's Entire Deck

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AS Unreal by AS Unreal on Jul 31, 2017 @ 01:15 PM (Staff Bios)
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The next Hearthstone expansion, Knights Of The Frozen Throne, has people stuck in their gaming chairs all around the world. Players can't wait to see what cards are going to be revealed, and we just got news of a pretty crazy one. Blizzard has already been able to do some incredible things with their online card game, and even for them, this card is wild.

It's called Archbishop Benedictus. It is going to be a seven-cost Priest card that allows you to steal your opponents deck. Not just one card. It's not a random draw. You steal the entire freakin' deck. While this sounds a little unbelievable, I'm going to assume that it has its limits.

For example, I don't think you'll be able to take every card they came into the game with, but perhaps you can steal every card still remaining in the deck. If your opponent has already played a card, or has it in their hand, it probably can't be obtained. Regardless, that can set some Priests up for huge comebacks or even just straight annihilation of enemies.

That being said, it can also set them up for some serious downfalls. If you're playing against somebody who has a very poor deck, you might end up getting some really bad draws for yourself. It's a card that might have a huge payout, but it might also lead to disaster for you.

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