Gnomeferatu Card

Gnomeferatu is a 2 Mana Cost Epic Warlock Minion card from the Knights of the Frozen Throne set!

Card Text

Battlecry: Remove the top card from your opponent's deck.

Flavor Text

She prefers the term "Glampire."

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  1. HAHA
    August 9, 2017 at 4:16 am

    imagene in wild.. where you have a lot of combo, control, reno decks… decks like that mostly needs all of their cards… brawl, reno, thaurasiun, ragnaros, n zoth, DKs, kazakus, destroy minon that have almost every class, heals, board controll cards, and now also leach king, etc…. this will be a thing cause control match up you and your oponent draw almost whole deck case slow and “stable” game.. if you can remove just one card that is important for combo deck you won… even if you remove card draw you will disable them to play their combo at least for several turns… its better then dark peddler since you have a lot of shitty 1 mana drop you can discover soo yes i will surely run this in my renodeck!!

  2. mrmiagi2
    August 7, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    Umm….this card should be an elemental. Gnomes are elementals Blizzard! Sylphs, Undines, Salamanders, and GNOMES are elementals! Doh. I see the play on words, but even if it is supposed to be a Gnome Nosferatu, it is still a gnome. It’s just now a vampyric gnome!

  3. weaboo69
    August 7, 2017 at 4:10 am

    such a cutie, will play for the art. A perfect 5/7

  4. faruk
    August 7, 2017 at 1:22 am

    This card is very dangerous with deck tracker Add-on

  5. Unbekunt
    August 2, 2017 at 7:16 am

    Well i really forgot this one ;

    Ppl said that when ur enemy discards a Card it’s like they would have never drawn it. Ppl say games dont got to fatigue.

    EVERY Jade druid i saw since Jade druid exits gets to “fatigue” since he creates multiple Jade Idols…but oh wait

    Gomeferatu just milled ur second Jade idol ? Oh im sorry Druid.

    Milling the second Jade idol is definetely not like he would have never drawn it.

    This card can beat Jade Druid, and if its helpfull with other decks too, it will be double auto include in every warlock deck.

    • Djelibaebi
      August 2, 2017 at 8:57 pm

      What if they have it in hand already? a 2/3 is hardly justification for such a fringe effect (when are you going to get so lucky??? What if they already have it in hand???) especially considering there are other cards which actually add to your ability to not just stop yourself for losing to a specific combo, but to actually try and win the game.

    • RV
      August 3, 2017 at 9:58 am

      Okay. You think this card is good against Jade Druid.

      Let’s list the possibilities. Hypothetical situation, you go first. 2 mana, you play Gnome Waifu.

      Since opponent is going second, they have 25 cards in deck. That is a 1/25 chance of hitting a Jade Idol. If you play a second Gnome Waifu, that is a 2/25 chance.

      The chances of you hitting both Jade Idols before either are drawn are so low that they are entirely unrealistic. And this implies that Jade Druid won’t draw Jade Idols and play it to replicate. If you go all in with Brewmasters and play Gnome Waifu a total of four times, your chances are still so low of milling all the Jade Idols that you may as well not bother.

      This card will be next to meaningless against Jade, and a surefire way to lose if you go for it.

      • wrp
        September 12, 2017 at 12:23 am

        That’s not how statistics works. The chance of hitting a particular card with Gnome is 1/(number of cards left in the deck), which means that playing 2 gnomes in a row means the second gnome has a slightly greater probability than the first, since there’s one less card. The probability also doesn’t add if you’re trying to burn both, it multiplies; so in total, the chance of burning BOTH idols by playing 2 gnomes in a row on turn 2 (a huge waste of an innervate but w/e) is 1/25 * 1/24 or 0.00166 or 0.16% chance.

        Yeah nah, it’s useless against Jade, but you also forget that the probability of a particular card being burned in itself goes up as the deck is thinned. This means it’s power goes up as the game goes on, up until fatigue, as if your opponent hasn’t played their best cards already that means they probably haven’t drawn them yet. Not to mention decks that require every card they have like Quest Mage…

    • Kek
      August 4, 2017 at 3:52 pm

      You can reliably mill second jade? You should write a book.

  6. Rinsor
    August 1, 2017 at 5:40 am


    This card is bad – Basically a crocolisk without the beast-tag.

    The battle cry only matters in one instance, when your opponent fatigues.

    Now ask yourself, how often did your opponent fatigue in your last 30 games? For me, it’s 0.

    But 2/3 are good stats? Yes, they are vanilla, but you might as well play a crocolisk and hope for some crazy shenanigan houndmaster.

    But, what if I remove my opponents key card? Yes, that is a possibility, just as likely as their key card being the last one in their deck, you are way more likely to simply thin their deck and make them draw it earlier.

    Yes, there probably will be a trolden video where you remove your opponents malygos, but statistically, this cards effect does nothing.

    • Buddy
      August 1, 2017 at 9:00 am

      It’s like drawing them to a full hand and forcing them to mill a card, minus the drawing them to a full hand.

      It’s a good card, but not for a specific deck.

      • Xix
        August 2, 2017 at 1:49 am

        It’s a high roll card that when high rolled only hurts specific decks… It sersiouly does not matter if you destroy 10 cards of an agro or midrange deck. You will lose to those decks with a card like this.

    • Unbekunt
      August 2, 2017 at 7:20 am

      There is a deck arround which usually uses all 30 cards in like 12-14 turns but still dont fatigues. This deck has a core card which multiples itself, and the deck cant be beaten my other control decks right now.


      expet u wait for enemy druid to only have idols in his deck , then play 2 gnomferatus, and the new treachery doomsayer combo .,.. to win late game VS JADE DRUID


      • Djelibaebi
        August 2, 2017 at 9:01 pm

        This is in warlock, you are actively gaining more cards than your opponent every odd turn, like hell this will ever work in a “mill” strategy or a “go long strategy”.
        Also don’t try to judge cards by their absolute best case scenario, you need 2 things for this to be good – a certain matchup and (even then) a lot of luck (and another even then is that if this becomes popular enough jade druid will just shuffle the idol early).
        If this discarded from your opponents hand it would be infinitely better, not only would you get additional value you would also get the opportunity TO HAVE THE SAME EFFECT.

    • 990Felix
      August 4, 2017 at 1:14 am

      I see you are not playing priest… More than 40% of my opponents reach fatigue in ranked.

  7. Fitz
    August 1, 2017 at 1:31 am

    The effect of this card is exactly the same as if your opponent would discard the last card of his deck.

    Statistically it will only have a possitive impact on games going to fatigue. On any others it will be possitive or negative depending on which card get discarded.

    It will have another effect since both players will have the information about one card that the opponent is not going to be able to play. I assume that this info is more valuable for your opponent and this second effect will have a negative impact for you.

  8. Druxkro
    July 31, 2017 at 8:48 pm

    Love this card. Favorite one from this set so far. I used to play a MTG discard deck that was so much fun. Nothing is more fun than ruining your opponents plans by forcing them to discard key cards. Keep it up HS team! We need more cards like this to keep the game fun and interesting!

  9. Biillius
    July 31, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    i wanna hug her

  10. Springpaw
    July 31, 2017 at 6:21 pm

    this is a 2 mana creature kill spell or counter spell that also hits weapons, quests, and the new hero cards. oh and its has a 2/3 body for 2 mana. this card is 5/5.

    • User27
      August 1, 2017 at 12:14 am

      It probably won’t hit a quest unless they shuffle it into their deck (which would imply that they don’t want the quest anyway, but yes it coukd take out hero cards or weapons so that makes it quite strong.

    • Evie
      August 2, 2017 at 4:34 am

      But it dosent give you card advantage or tempo.

  11. Rormiester
    July 31, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    Gnomeferatsu: 2 mana 2/3: cause combo deck players to fall into a fit of uncontrollable screeching.
    One day I will be playing Highlander Mage (yes it still exists somewhat) for a quest and this wonderful cards wil steal my kazakus and I WILL L O S E M Y M A R B L E S.

    But that’s good card design and interesting stuff from a game that has been painfully predictable in the high ranks lately. (the pirate warrior who top decked first mate to kill me with a rusty hook when we both had one health last week in ranked and bm’d I will FIND YOU.)