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Initial concerns that adding mini-sets between Hearthstone’s three-fold annual card expansions would further inflate the game’s substantial cost of keeping up, so far, have proven unfounded. This is because Blizzard surprised players by allowing them to buy all the cards for the game's gold or for a fixed price, without the need for random opening of packages.
So, bottom line is that we're really looking forward to the second iteration of the mini-set format, which Blizzard has just unveiled. The Wailing Caverns is a set of 66 cards that will arrive next Thursday that will include four Legendary cards, one Epic (x2), 14 Rare (x2) and 16 common cards.
If you're not an old-school WoW player, the Lament Caverns was an iconic dungeon in the Barrens area, linking to the current Forged in the Barrens set, which was easily accessible to players in the Barrens area. Horde. The dungeon was one of the most beautiful in the first instances of the game: a vast network of non-linear caves full of mutated creatures as a result of a druid spell that went very badly.
You will then get the set:
- 35 new collectible cards that can be obtained from Forged in Barrens card packs
- Minions with spell schools
- Summons 2/2 tokens with additional effects like Poisonous, Taunt, Divine Shield, etc.
- Four new legendary letters with emblematic characters from the caves of the plains
While you can purchase the Lamenting Caves from the Forged in the Barrens packs, the much more attractive option will be to stick it all in one go at the game store for $ 15 or $ 2,000 in gold. The Cave of Lamentations mini-set will be available on June 3 and letter revelations will begin tomorrow.