The Year of the Gryphon looks set to be a helluva time for Hearthstone players, kicking off with some of the biggest changes ever to happen to the game landing simultaneously. We’re just weeks away from the first expansion of 2021 , and the current format that we’ve grown accustomed to over the past seven years is about to ripped up and reformed. When that happens, the Standard mode will include the new (and free) Core set, Year of the Phoenix expansions, plus this year’s upcoming expansions. Meanwhile. Wild will gain the Legacy set (Basic and Classic, some of which have been un-nerfed, and the Hall of Fame cards), as well as all the other cards from old expansions and adventures. You can see exactly which 235 cards comprise the Core set here . It’s a mix of returning favourites from Wild, some entirely new designs, and old Basic and Classic cards which survived the cut—in some cases they’ve even been buffed. That means we have some tough goodbyes ahead of us when Hearthstone’s new year begins. Before we discuss the iconic cards that are leaving, it’s important to remember that the Core Set is supposed to serve as a… Read full this story
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