Could someone explain to me how this patch is over 1GB? Genuine question. It seems like they're just adding some card backs and some stuff for future Brawls.Besides that, I'm really curious about the hero power for rogue. The page says it's for Tavern Brawl, as I suspected, but no other special hero powers are listed. Perhaps a Brawl where you play as Valeera against a boss. It's not unheard of to limit the classes down to 1 or 2 (i.e., Mechazod), so who knows what they'll do with this. It's also possible that the other hero powers exist, but weren't datamined. We shall have to see!
All the card back art in this post is courtesy of Hearthpwn.
Maybe the game designers will take a break, because they put 3 card backs in 1 patch :o
What does "much less savage to our ears" means, for ?
Blizzard you're a bunch of spineless panzies...it's not called winter veil...it's called Christmas. Call it what it is. Candy canes, Christmas lights, wreaths, holly & berriers, and green & red wrapped presents aren't associated with any other holiday. Every knows that and CHRISTMAS is not a dirty word. If that offends someone...then they have the right to abstain from participating in the event. Have a backbone and call it what it is.That being said...I love the Christmas card back. They look great.
0:04 voice - am i the only one that it sounds ilke tauren voice? hype and dreams of new tauren hero ^^
Good to see Blizzard bring its long time World of Warcraft winter holiday "Winter Veil" to Hearthstone.
It IS "Winter veil" in WoW. You may have to ask this question when this holiday hitted WoW the first time.The fact is, all of the holidays are in different names, say, Chinese New Year.
Azeroth holidays have always been references to real-world counterparts. They don't call them by the names we have in the real world because Azeroth doesn't have the same saints, deities, or history we do. Devs make these little parallels because their player-base is diverse and it's a fun way to make lighthearted references to holidays celebrated all over the world.Examples:Love is in the Air: hearts, chocolates, cupid-like pets, love-based quests (reference to Valentine's Day)Lunar Festival: fireworks, lanterns, Honoring Elders quest (reference to Chinese New Year)Harvest Festival: banquets, gourds, fall colors, feasts with both Alliance and Horde (reference to American Thanksgiving)Brewfest: beer steins, kegs, racing, music, food booths (reference to German Oktoberfest)Hallow's Eve: jack-o-lanterns, tricks and treats, masks, headless horsemen, spookiness (reference to Halloween)And there are many, many more.Or you can choose to be arbitrarily offended by this one in-game holiday for no real reason claiming Blizzard is making some kind of PC politicizing statement when in reality it's in line with the same kind of holiday fun that has existed for dozens of holidays in the WoW universe for nearly a decade.
how to win the winter veil card back i played the taver and i didn't get it