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The Old Gods reward those who answer their call. One hundred and thirty-four new cards are at your disposal to terrorize your opponents. Try not to get too much ooze on you as you plunge into the newest expansion for Hearthstone!
Awaken an Ancient Evil
The Old GodsFour Old Gods are waiting for you to add them to your collection, ready to devour your opponents*: C’Thun, Yogg-Saron, Y’Shaarj, and N’Zoth. Of course, where there’s a god, there’s a cult, and C’Thun especially is bringing plenty of friends to the table.*And scare the living daylights out of every other minion in your deck.
The Call of C’ThunHaving slept for aeons, the Old God of madness and chaos cannot wait to be in your deck now that he is finally awake. When you grab your first Whispers of the Old Gods pack, you will also receive the legendary C’Thun and two Beckoner of Evil cards!
Your Friends, CorruptedThe Old Gods’ aura of corruption has taken hold of the cards themselves, adding twisted new versions of a few familiar faces to the mix.
Forbidden CardsAs if insane deities from beyond weren’t scary enough, Whispers of the Old Gods also introduces Forbidden Cards. Playing a Forbidden card consumes all your available mana for this turn to fuel the card’s effect; the more mana used, the more powerful the effect.
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