Keli’dan the Breaker

Keli’dan the Breaker Card

Keli’dan the Breaker is a 6 Mana Cost Legendary Warlock Minion card from the Ashes of Outland set!

Card Text

Battlecry: Destroy a minion. If drawn this turn, instead destroy all minions except this one.

Flavor Text

He calms down a lot if you just give him a turn.

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  1. EksSkellybur
    March 25, 2020 at 3:14 pm

    Not Bad. You can choose between Assassinate or Twisting Nether, but for a free 3/3 body to along with it. Yeah, 5 Stars, bro.

  2. Lluadian
    March 24, 2020 at 10:28 am

    It’s a nice removal on a stick but I think of this more like rogues assassinate for 1 Mana more and leaves a 3/3 with chance to high roll into a twisting nether for 2 less and leaves a 3/3.

    The comparison to Skyshiv misses on the count it removes the minion on board as well as any copies of that minion from hands or decks as well so it’s more able to prevent opponent from having multiple copies of a dangerous card around.

  3. Osumatthew
    March 24, 2020 at 10:04 am

    This card is crazy good even if you don’t get the miracle trigger to wipe the board. Removal on a stick has always been insane unless it’s super niche (like Hemet or Rend Blackhand). Before now, Rogue is really the only class that’s gotten this ability, with Blade of C’thun, Vilespine Slayer, and Flikk. All of those card have ranged from playable to outrageous, and Rogue is a tempo oriented class with less survivability and board control compared to Warlock. I feel like this card will be a staple in every non-agro warlock deck as long as it’s in standard, and it might even be good enough for something like zoo. I have no idea why people don’t think this is incredibly strong.

  4. Benoitballs
    March 24, 2020 at 9:02 am

    Please stop with the Flik comps–this card is like a highrolly Godfrey. The condition that you have to Miracle it is awkward, but you can definitely do things to make this work. My thoughts are more along the lines of Plot Twisting it back into your deck to get the board clear; I really DON’T love the 6 mana 3/3 Siphon Soul play unless you absolutely have to.

    Don’t get me wrong–this is strong and will absolutely see play in slower Warlock decks; I just think this is nothing like Flik at all aside from the mana cost. I’ll give it a 4/5 because it requires you to draw it, and tapping/Plot Twisting for it turns it into Twisting Nether + a 3/3, which is really strong albeit a little inconsistent.

  5. Scarecrow72
    March 24, 2020 at 8:05 am

    This card is so good, but people are underestimating it because they’re comparing it with Flik, but definetly 4-5 stars

  6. Kalo
    March 24, 2020 at 6:45 am

    Siphon Soul was run in handlock and this is better even without topdecking it. And sometimes you topdeck it at the right time and it’s insane. If handlock is good this sees play.

  7. Istros
    March 24, 2020 at 6:44 am

    All these people think this card isn’t good. This is Flik Skyshiv with-1/-1. That is still a really good card. Control Warlock always ran Siphon Soul for single target removal. This is a much better Siphon Soul. Also sometimes it will be a 6 mana Twisting Nether that comes with a 3/3.
    5/5 card. But will it see play? If Control Warlock becomes a thing again, definitely.

  8. DukeStarswisher
    March 24, 2020 at 6:39 am

    All these noobs don’t realize that 6 mana 3/3 with destroy a minion is good just by itself. 6 mana destroy all minions except this card is broken.

    At most your spending 4 of that mana for the “destroy” effect which is already premium single target removal without any condition. Then you have a 2 mana 3/3 on board. This will see play.

    • Joeydungee
      March 24, 2020 at 6:45 am

      The big problem is inconsistency. You might get it in your opening hand, or draw it before 6 mana, making it nearly impossible to be a board wipe.

      I agree with you that the single target ability is powerful. I think it may be more viable than some people think, but it’s hard to tell as we don’t know how good control warlock will be

  9. Heartwork
    March 24, 2020 at 5:14 am

    Unfortunately this card at 3/3 makes it unplayable; it could have seen play if it was a 5/5 or even a 4/4 but 6 mana remove one minion and a 3/3 doesn’t do much that late in the game.

    Most of the time this card will be a rotness drake which is a 5mana 6/5 remove one and RARE! Why do they hate us Guldan mains?

    There are better removal options than throwing in 2x plot twists into your deck just to activate this. You would be better off running twisting nether for the same cost but always reliable and useful whenever you want to use it.

    1/5 legendary.

  10. Sonriks6
    March 24, 2020 at 4:41 am

    We’ll miss Lord Godfrey in Standard, was much better removal (cause of Reborn/DR).

  11. Thraben
    March 24, 2020 at 4:40 am

    The fact that this is a 3/3 really puts it down for me. It’s very unreliable and you don’t really even get a good pay off from using it. Yes, it’s “6 mana twisting nether summon 3/3” but the pay off simply isn’t worth it IMO. Godfrey is just way better but as we lose him, would we really replace him with.. this..?

    Plot twist might make it viable but I’ll have my doubt for now considering how you basically have to always use them just so you can run this.

  12. LasseDas
    March 24, 2020 at 4:31 am

    Could be good in combination with plot twist, but not really reliable. Still better than siphon soul because of the 3/3 body, but still for legendary not that good.

  13. HANSN
    March 24, 2020 at 4:24 am

    Insane top deck if you are behind on board. Otherwise, I don‘t know… Doesn‘t seem too good to me.