Card of the week: Justicar Trueheart

Justicar Trueheart is a fairly new card that came on when The Grand Tournament launched. At it’s base, it is a 6/3 legendary minion with a Battlecry: Make your hero power a better one. The mystery begins!

Trueheart Legendary

The strategy: No strategy needed–plop this card down and enjoy and upgraded hero power. Even if someone removes the Justicar, your hero power continues throughout the match. Here is what you can expect:

Druid- Your hero power now grants you +2 attack and +2 armor.

Hunter- Hero power now does 3 damage to the enemy hero.

Mage- Damage an enemy character for 2.

Paladin- You now get 2 Silver Hand Recruits when you use your hero power.

Priest- Heals a character for 4, up from 2.

Rogue- Equips a 2/2 dagger.

Shaman- Pick the totem you want to summon.

Warrior- You get 4 armor now instead of 2.

Warlock- Hero power no longer damages the warlock. Now this could backfire if you are playing a card that counts on the warlock to take damage. If not, this is pretty great.

Cards that accent it: Once you have a ramped up hero power there are a few cards that let you take advantage of that. Most, if not all, came with the launch of The Grand Tournament:

  • Fencing Coach– Battlecry: The next time you use your hero power it costs (2) less.
  • Maiden of the Lake– Your hero power now costs (1).
  • Several class cards let you use your hero power more often or ramp up the damage, in addition to other benefits.
Justicar Trueheart

The Justicar was my first TGT legendary minion.

How to acquire: Justicar Trueheart can be found in TGT packs or crafted for 1600 dusts. I’m glad I got it in a pack because I don’t think I would have crafted it. It is a nice legendary, but I’m not sure it’s game-changing enough. Fun though.

That is for this time, come back next week for another featured card!

 

 

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