Here’s how dual-class cards work in Hearthstone plus the full list of dual-class minions and spells from the Audiopocalypse Mini-Set!
The Audiopocalypse is upon us, and with it arrives new dual-class cards! Here's our guide on how dual-class cards work in Hearthstone.
How dual-class cards work in Hearthstone
As their namesake implies, dual-class cards can be played by two specific classes in Hearthstone. For example, the Abyssal Bassist minion can be played by both the Warrior and Demon Hunter classes.
If you examine the card closely, the red design on the left side of it represents Warrior. The green represents Demon Hunter. The same applies to dual-class spells. An example is Through Fel and Flames.
Dual-class minions in the Audiopocalypse Mini-Set
A bunch of new dual-class card minions are a part of the Audiopocalypse Mini-Set. In addition to Abyssal Bassist, there are cards and combinations such as Cool Ghoul for Death Knight and Paladin, Yelling Yodeler for Hunter and Death Knight, plus Blood Treant for Druid and Warlock.
Here are all of the dual-class minions from the Audiopocalypse Mini-Set:
Dual-class spells in Hearthstone
As for dual-class spells, some examples include Cold Feet for Death Knight and Paladin, Star Power for Mage and Hunter, plus Deafen for Rogue and Priest.
Below are all of the dual-class spells, plus a weapon, from Hearthstone's Audiopocalypse Mini-Set:
In total, the Mini-Set has 38 new cards. Interested players can get them through Festival of Legends packs. Another option is to get the complete 72-card set.
The normal version of the full set costs $14.99 USD or 2,000 in-game gold. Meanwhile, the all-golden version is $69.99 or 10,000 gold. The completely golden version includes a diamond Magatha, Bane of Music legendary minion.
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