All Signature Cards from Hearthstone’s Perils in Paradise Expansion

Update (June 26): Added Tsunami and Raylla, Sand Sculptor.

Update (June 27): Added Power Spike.

Update (June 28): Added Maestra, Mask Merchant, and Treasure Hunter Eudora.

Update (June 29): Added Buttons, Corpsicle, Griftah, Trusted Vendor, Marin the Manager, and Sunsapper Lynessa (signatures for cards that were revealed earlier).

Update (July 1): Added Summoner Darkmarrow.

Update (July 2): Added Party Planner Vona.

Update (July 4): Added Carefree Cookie.

Update (July 9): Added Aranna, Thrill Seeker, Chillin’ Vol’jin and Narain Soothfancy.

Update (July 10): Added Chatty Macaw and Ranger Gilly.

Update (July 12): Added Food Fight and Hamm, the Hungry.

Signature Cards were first introduced in March of the Lich King expansion. They are a special type of cosmetic card that showcases full, alternate card artwork. While very rare, they were overall positive for the economy, because they don’t take any Legendary slots from your packs. If you get a Signature card, it replaces a random Common you would get instead in a card pack, so it’s a clear win for the players. Even though they are rare, they increase the pack value ever so slightly.

And how rare they are, exactly?¬†Let’s start with the fact that you can only open the Legendary Signature cards (non-Legendaries are available through the events or rewards track). And those are as rare as Golden Legendary cards, so 1 in 181 packs on average, 1 in 361 packs pity timer. You can expect 1 (or less than 1) per expansion depending on how many packs you open. The odds are much higher in Golden Packs – you can expect 1 per 20 packs on average, with a guaranteed one every 40 packs. But given how expensive Golden Packs are, they are more of a whale magnet. At least the non-Legendary Signature Cards are easily accessible to an average player (as long as you’re playing during the expansion they are from).

However, long story short is that the first batch of Signature Cards wasn’t liked by most of the players. Between the lack of color, weird-looking borders (especially when on board), and the fact that you couldn’t get rid of it even if you wanted, the reception was mostly negative. That’s why Blizzard has decided to remake them only one expansion later (in Festival of Legends). Not only can you disenchant them now (for the same amount as Golden Legendaries), but they look WAY better than the first ones.

Another batch of Signatures has been released in Perils in Paradise. We’re still in the middle of the reveal season so not all of them are live yet. I’ll be updating this post with new Signatures as soon as they come out. This expansion’s Signatures don’t seem to have any common theme, they just feature alternative artwork. Find all of them below, in alphabetical order:

Adaptive Amalgam

Aranna, Thrill Seeker


Carefree Cookie

Chatty Macaw

Chillin’ Vol’jin


Food Fight


Griftah, Trusted Vendor

Hamm, the Hungry

Maestra, Mask Merchant

Marin the Manager


Narain Soothfancy

Party Planner Vona

Power Spike

Ranger Gilly

Raylla, Sand Sculptor

Summoner Darkmarrow

Sunsapper Lynessa

Tidepool Pupil


Treasure Hunter Eudora



A Hearthstone player and writer from Poland, Stonekeep has been in a love-hate relationship with Hearthstone since Closed Beta. Over that time, he has achieved many high Legend climbs and infinite Arena runs. He's the current admin of Hearthstone Top Decks.

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