Naga Giant

Naga Giant Card

Naga Giant is a 20 Mana Cost Epic Neutral Minion Naga card from the Voyage to the Sunken City set!

Card Text

Costs (1) less for each Mana you've spent on spells this game.

Flavor Text

He might be giant, but he’s still a couple thousand protein shakes away from competing in the Colossal Wrestling Championship.

Leave a Reply


  1. Icetea
    April 8, 2022 at 4:53 am

    This is a 5 mana cheaper shirvallah type of card for every class. Though probably weaker, it’s interesting enough for a giant in my opinion.
    I mean, if we can have flesh and molten giants we can also have arcane and naga giants.

  2. Solaris29
    March 31, 2022 at 8:22 pm

    hum another giant,i’m a little sick of this… bring nex idea please.

  3. Patrolllbb
    March 26, 2022 at 5:53 am

    This was added just to f**k up naga pool for new amalg, change my mind.

    • Icetea
      April 8, 2022 at 4:43 am

      Does it mess it up? If you are apparently willing to discover a Naga, you probably are playing a deck with a lot of spells too because Nagas synergize with Spells so much.
      Look at the big picture here and see that it’s really not that different in principle

  4. MrSimoes
    March 25, 2022 at 7:55 am

    Lol. Giant dropping addict?

  5. Sonriks6
    March 25, 2022 at 12:20 am

    This counts effective mana spent or the real cost (before mana cheat)?? This is important because there are big spells that gets discounts so can cheat this giant soon!! Want to see this interaction tbh. This is a good Switheroo target in a Naga Priest deck too!

  6. A person who reacts to this
    March 24, 2022 at 10:59 pm

    If you are lucky and get a good draw you can play it for free on turn 6.
    So I don’t think that is to bad. In wild that is often close to the end of the match. Also the colosols will start to drop right after that.

  7. Fleur
    March 24, 2022 at 5:19 pm

    Bro realllllyyy tryna copy my mate Arcane Giant. But hey im soooo happy to see this printed!!! Big spell mage naga mech deck for the win!

  8. Cursore1610
    March 24, 2022 at 2:55 pm

    I am fucking done with these damn Giants. They are always broken, they always have to get nerfed. C’mon, this shit needs to end.

    • Fleur
      March 24, 2022 at 5:20 pm

      You. Suck.

      • SWEdosaur
        March 24, 2022 at 5:43 pm

        He speaks the truth, and yet you deny his words? Don’t get me wrong, I’ve used my fair share of giants, but historically they’ve been busted. I mean, how does it even make sense that it takes a much mana to summon a baby penguin as it is to summon giants?

        • Fleur
          March 24, 2022 at 6:52 pm

          I SPEAK FOR THE GIANTS ! ALL HAIL THE GIANTS!! I, cannot wait, for naga mage to pog shells off. Heheheheheh; MUWAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAA????

        • Sidus
          March 25, 2022 at 8:17 am

          A lot of the giants could come down significantly faster than this one though. You aren’t seeing this guy before turn 6 and even then he’s costing 5 assuming you perfectly curved out on spells. 5 mana 8/8s on curve aren’t very good.

          This is close to Arcane Giant in powerlevel which was an “okay” card for what? 5 years ago? In Karazhan where Druid could get it out incredibly fast and has since literally only seen play in quest mage in wild and that deck isn’t good.

          This card is way too expensive and takes too much investment to be good. If your deck wasn’t considering a card like Strongman or whatever (another 0 mana big body that comes down on turn 7-8) it won’t play this as this doesn’t even have taunt.

          • Cursore1610
            March 25, 2022 at 10:44 am

            I remember how busted the Arcane Giant was, and it was 12 mana. The only way for this Giant to come out later than him is by having your spells cost less than 1,6 mana on average, and I’d say that’s not a whole lot, is it? If your deck is entriely made out of spells, and many decks are right now, you can get this Giant out on turn 6 for 0 mana, without making the commitment of having to play something that costs more than 7 mana first, like you do with the Strong Man. Sure, it doesn’t have Rush not Taunt, but nor does the Flesh Giant, and that didn’t stop him from being ridicolously op. By all means, I hope I’m wrong: I don’t enjoy this kind of mana cheating cards, if it ends up being shit, then that’s a win in my book. But I don’t find that likely, that’s all.

            • Sidus
              March 26, 2022 at 11:01 am

              In order to play this for 0 on turn 6 you need a literal perfect curve of ONLY spells including turn 6. That is honestly pretty unreasonable as even questline mage has a tendency to float mana since a lot of their spells are removal based which, last I checked, isn’t very good against decks that are mainly all spells like you pointed out. That is also using the “best” example of this in questline mage which runs like 26+ spells in the deck, and I honestly don’t think that deck would care about running this. Conditional 0 mana 8/8s aren’t worthwhile in that deck because it doesn’t contribute to the win condition of burning the opponent over the top and can be a complete brick if you open it instead of that one fire/frost/arcane spell that is halting your quest progress.

              • Cursore1610
                March 26, 2022 at 1:27 pm

                Everytime there are minions like this, I always make the same kind of thought process you are currently doing in order to convince myself that they’re not going to be broken. Then, it turns out 0 mana 8/8 are just good, no questions asked. And if they don’t fit a certain kind of deck, they’re going to make a new one which does fit them. Yet again, for them to be worse than the Arcane Giants, each spell you cast would have to cost an average of 1,6 mana or less, which is insane. In a meta where the 6 mana 5/5 which give windfury exist, I just can’t see these boys not being broken as whole hell. However, yet again, if you end up being right, I’d love that: I’d love for these Giants to just be useless garbage, but i find that unlikely.

          • SWEdosaur
            March 25, 2022 at 10:54 am

            I understand (and more or less agree), but I would like to point out a small bonus this card has: the Naga creature type. Later in the game, besides being a cheap 8/8 it’s also a potentially cheap enabler for spells that require you to play nagas.

        • Icetea
          April 8, 2022 at 4:46 am

          Because they enter the battlefield when there are favorable conditions for them? Idk, but it’s really not that hard to justify the flavor of summoning giants for cheap

  9. Droqqa
    March 24, 2022 at 2:21 pm

    Could be 0 mana on turn 6, possibly turn 5 for druid. Big minions that can get reduced to 0 have almost always been good, this seems to be no exception.

  10. MrSimoes
    March 24, 2022 at 2:09 pm

    As it endlessly drops to 0 mana, we’ll look back on this comment and agree it needs to be nerfed, and agree the developers are out of ideas for new Giants.

  11. Bombasticbob
    March 24, 2022 at 1:57 pm