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    Festival of Legends, Hearthstone’s New Expansion, Has Arrived!

    Whether you’re into metal, hippie, emo, folk, electronic, disco, pop, hip-hop, jazz, classical, or rock music, there’s an act for everyone to rave about in the Tavern!

    Hitting the stage now is Festival of Legends, the latest expansion to Hearthstone, Blizzard Entertainment’s digital card game. Everyone’s invited to the biggest music festival that Azeroth has ever seen, with a raucous line-up of legendary musicians and brand-new Soloist performers.


    • Legendary Musicians and Songs: Each class has their own Legendary musician, plus a Legendary spell that showcases that musician’s most famous song. Plus all-new class instrument weapon cards carry special effects that improve while in play.
    • Soloist Minions and Harmonic Spells: Soloist Minions have special Battlecry effects if they’re the only minion in your control, while Harmonic Spells switch between harmonic and dissonant frequencies each turn they’re in hand, giving players an opportunity to flex between strategies.
    • New Keyword: Finale: Cards with the new Finale keyword get special bonuses if playing them uses up all remaining mana.


    • The Priest class receives a tune-up starting with the Festival of Legends expansion (includes Core Set, too).
    • New Class Keyword: Overheal gives Minions with Overheal a special effect that triggers when they are healed above their max health.


    • Originally introduced with the United in Stormwind set, Tradeable will be an evergreen keyword starting this year. New Tradeable cards will be introduced throughout the Year of the Wolf and for years to come.
    • Also new to this update is the inclusion of a handful of past Magnetic minions. Magnetic is a temporary keyword added to Core this year and will not necessarily stay in Core beyond this update.
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