Dive right into the next Hearthstone year and the sights and sounds of the lost ancient city of Zin-Azshari. Dredge the ocean floor for sunken treasures, dodge Colossal sea creatures, and come face-to-face with the vengeful Naga.
- Release Date – April 12, 2022
- 135 New Cards – Reveal Schedule Here!
- New Keyword/Mechanic – Dredge
- New Keyword/Mechanic – Colossal Minions
- New Minion Type – Nagas
- Two Pre-Purchase Tiers – $49.99 and $79.99
New Keyword/Mechanic – Dredge
Dredge is a new keyword/mechanic that works a bit similarly to Scry from Magic: The Gathering, but in reverse. Instead of looking at the cards from the top of your deck with the ability to send them to the bottom – you look at bottom 3 cards from your deck and have the ability to send one of them to the top. The card you pick will – of course – be the next card you draw.
Dredge mechanic will be a great way to control your draws and ensure the highest chance of getting what you need. Not only it gives you knowledge of what you will draw next, but also of the cards that you WON’T draw because they’re at the bottom.
What’s important is that there are also cards that are synergistic with Dredge. Some of the new cards will have the ability to “sink” a card to the bottom of your deck, which you can then retrieve with Dredge. It should lead to some really interesting shenanigans and planning ahead.
New Keyword/Mechanic – Colossal Minions
Voyage to the Sunken City expansion also features a new mechanic called “Colossal”. Colossal minions come in a few parts – main one + appendages. It doesn’t matter if you play them directly from your hand or summon them through any means, they split into the board (e.g. Colossal +3 will summon the original minion and 3 appendages, so 4 minions in total).
The main minion often has some kind of synergies with its extra parts, possibly forcing the opponent into some tough decisions regarding removals.
New Minion Type – Nagas
It’s been a while since Hearthstone has got a new minion type. Technically one was added exactly a year ago, in Forged in the Barrens. But Quilboars didn’t have any specific synergies in Constructed and were mostly added for the sake of Battlegrounds. This time, however, Nagas should be a full-fledged minion type with its own Constructed synergies.
Naga are spell-focused minion type that usually give you some sort of bonus for playing spells while you’re holding a Naga minion in your hand.
Once again, we’ll have two different pre-order bundles. You can get the bundles here. Here’s what they include and how much they cost:
Voyage to the Sunken City Pre-Purchase Bundle ($49.99)
- 60 Voyage to the Sunken City Packs
- Two Random Legendary cards from Voyage to the Sunken City
- Queen Azshara Card Back
Voyage to the Sunken City Mega Bundle ($79.99)
- 80 Voyage to the Sunken City Card Packs
- 5 Golden Voyage to the Sunken City Card Packs
- 5 Mercenaries Card Packs
- Two Random Golden Legendaries from Voyage to the Sunken City
- Queen Azshara Mage Cosmetic Hero
- Queen Azshara Card Back
- Battlegrounds Perks
- Boombardment Battlegrounds Finisher
Pre-purchases should be available all the way until expansion’s release, but it’s always safer to purchase them a day earlier (April 11 in this case).
Most Recently Revealed Cards from Voyage to the Sunken City
Voyage to the Sunken City Revealed Card List
If you’re looking for cards from a specific class, click on it below:
Demon Hunter – Druid – Hunter – Mage – Paladin – Priest – Rogue – Shaman – Warlock – Warrior – Neutral