Welcome to the Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List!
Last Update: 2/19/2018 for the 10.2 Patch!
Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List
This guide is designed with the Wild Format specifically in mind. One of the benefits of the Wild Format is that, unlike Standard, Wild cards are not subject to rotation. This means you can feel confident spending your dust on cards at the top of the Tier List knowing that you will be able to include them in your decks for a long time to come.
The Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List is divided into the following sections:
- S Tier Legendary Cards are staple Legendaries that are played in several decks. These cards should NEVER be disenchanted and any missing cards in this tier can be crafted (and played) immediately.
- A Tier Legendary Cards are still relatively powerful, but slightly less pervasive than their S Tier counterparts. These cards should be held onto and are still valuable crafts for certain lists.
- B Tier Legendary Cards find their way into strong decks from time to time but are not as necessary as the cards in higher Tiers. These Legendary cards may be disenchanted depending on class or deck preference but are still reasonable crafts.
- C Tier Legendary Cards see some fringe play but are typically not competitively viable. These cards are fairly safe to disenchant if you are short on dust and probably should not be considered for crafting.
- D Tier Legendary Cards have never seen competitive play and/or are unlikely to see play in the near future. These cards can be safely disenchanted and should never be crafted if competitive play is your primary concern.
- The Wild Hearthstone Legendary Spreadsheet is included at the end of the guide. This interactive spreadsheet contains all 184 Legendary cards in the Wild Format and can be used to look up the value of Legendary cards in your collection or sorted to include just those cards that are worth crafting.
All Legendary cards in S Tier and A Tier include brief annotations about their strengths and uses.
The purpose of this guide is twofold: to evaluate Legendary cards currently in your collection and to determine which Legendary card to craft next.
Opening a Legendary card in one of your packs is always exciting (even the Innkeeper thinks so). The reality, however, is that most Legendary cards are not competitively viable. Using this guide, you can make an informed decision about the relative power level of Legendary cards old and new.
Cards in S Tier and A Tier are definitely worth holding on to. B Tier cards regularly find their way into decks and, as a result, the decision to keep or dust really depends on your class and deck preferences. Finally, cards in C Tier and D Tier may generate more value by being converted to dust.
Hearthstone players regularly sit on a pile of dust unsure about what to craft next. The second use of the Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List is to help players decide which cards are worthy of spending 1600 dust on.
When going into any crafting decision, players should think about more than just the power level of the individual card they plan to craft. Consideration should be given to what decks cards fit into, how many other cards need crafting to make the deck function, and how much you would potentially enjoy playing the deck in question.
That said, the Tier List is a good place to start when evaluating Legendary cards.
The Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier Score
The Hearthstone metagame is constantly evolving. As such, the relative power level of Legendary cards is ever-changing.
To try to keep up with fluctuations in the Wild Hearthstone Format, I’ve developed the Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier Score. The Tier Score ultizes up-to-date data from HSReplay.net to evaluate each Legendary Card based on their popularity and impact on games. The result is a dynamic rating for each Legendary card based on the past two weeks of games submitted to the stie.
Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier Score Breakpoints
Each Tier contains all Legendary cards within the breakpoints below:
- S Tier: 40+
- A Tier: 30-39
- B Tier: 20-29
- C Tier: 10-19
- D Tier: 0-9
Moving forward, all Wild Legendary Cards will be evaluated and compared based on their Tier Score. The purpose is to develop an objective determination of each card’s power-level, absent of the unavoidable human bias present even in expert players’ assessments.
Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier Score Notes
The Tier Score is, admittedly, imperfect and will continue to be developed over time. Here are a few notes to be aware of:
- Occasionally, because the Tier Score is assessed relative to other cards, there may be some outliers that have a detrimental effect on the Tier Score. Should this happen, these outliers will be removed and noted.
- The Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier list will be updated at the beginning of every month or two weeks after any major Hearthstone event. Major events include balance changes, new expansions, or card releases.
- Because of the low sample size with cards that see little play, there may be a fair amount of fluctuation at the bottom Tiers but, aside from the bucket they fall into, there is little difference between a Tier Score of 9 and 10.
If you have any questions, comments, or feedback regarding the Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier Score, please leave a comment below.
Wild Hearthstone S Tier Legendary Cards
S Tier Legendaries are some of the most powerful cards in Wild Hearthstone. All of these cards are played in several lists or are a core component to meta-defining decks. The cards that follow should NEVER be disenchanted and any missing cards in this tier should be crafted immediately.
Barnes—Infamous for being a Big Priest enabler, this despised thespian is yet another Neutral Legendary that increases in strength in the Wild format. On top of getting the Resurrect train rolling, Barnes can pull from a slew of insane Deathrattle minions in Wild.
Bloodmage Thalnos—Not the flashiest of Legendaries, but perhaps the one that has seen the most consistent play, Bloodmage Thalnos offers a dual purpose to spell-heavy archetypes that need to cycle through their deck to find a win condition.
Bloodreaver Gul'dan—In Wild, Warlock has access to Voidcaller, making it possible to cheat out powerful Demons with relative ease. Doing so only increases the potency of Bloodreaver Gul’dan, who already dominates the Standard metagame.
Emperor Thaurissan—A long time combo-enabler, Emperor Thaurissan is now exclusive to the Wild format. The card finds a home in a variety of slower decks that need cost reduction to finish off opponents.
Loatheb—Another previous auto-include card, Loatheb fits best in Tempo or Midrange decks that need to lock out turns for spell-oriented decks in the mid-game, but is still strong enough to jam into nearly any list. At worst, he provides a reasonable body on turn five.
N'Zoth, the Corruptor—The accessibility of powerful Deathrattle minions from Naxxramas and Goblins vs. Gnomes cards in the Wild Format makes N’zoth, the Corruptor a far more popular (and powerful) in Wild than Standard.
Mal'Ganis—Like Bloodreaver Gul’dan, this Wild-exclusive Legendary turtle has seen a resurgence in play recently. While his effect has always been powerful, the plethora of other playable Demons is really what caused his return to fame.
Sunkeeper Tarim—Several Paladin archetypes have been at the top of the Wild Meta for some time now and Sunkeeper Tarim is the most critical Legendary in any of the lists. The option to either buff your own minions or reduce the stats on an opposing board make Sunkeeper Tarim flexible enough to solve a variety of board states.
Sylvanas Windrunner—A previously ubiquitous Neutral Legendary that was banished to the Hall of Fame, the Banshee Queen is still available to steal opposing minions in Wild, much to players’ delight.
Wild Hearthstone S Tier Legendary Cards Include Rates
Statistics courtesy of HSReplay.net.
Wild Hearthstone S Tier Legendary Cards Win Rates
Statistics courtesy of HSReplay.net.
Wild Hearthstone A Tier Legendary Cards
A Tier cards are still relatively powerful, but slightly less pervasive than their S Tier counterparts. The cards that follow should be held onto and are still valuable crafts if you’re lacking them to finish a particular deck.
Aluneth—Aggressive and Tempo-oriented Mage decks have always struggled with longevity. Aluneth shores up this weakness by refilling the hand at the end of each turn and getting Mages ever-closer to than game-ending burn.
Aya Blackpaw—Even in the Wild format, Jade is a strong mechanic and Aya Blackpaw is the most valuable of the gang’s cards. Her ability to develop both board pressure and resilience find her a home in both Jade Druid and (many) Aggro Shamans.
Brann Bronzebeard—A high-value Legendary largely due to his ability to complement Kazakus, Brann Bronzebeard can do more than just generate two potions. In Jade decks, Brann can accelerate Golem counts and Dragon Priest has several Battlecries they wouldn’t mind doubling up with the red-bearded dwarf.
Kingsbane—The reduction in the speed of aggro decks has given Kingsbane Rogues an opening. As a result, Mill variants and Miracle builds alike have seen an uptick in both popularity and success.
Kazakus—All three Kabal classes have a viable Highlander build in the Wild format thanks to the availability of Reno Jackson. The ability to craft a potion mid-game to address the needs of the current game state make Kazakus one of the best Legendary cards in the format.
Kun the Forgotten King—Whether its providing Malfurion with a free 7/7 body, surviving that last bit of reach damage from an opponent, or enabling an extra turn with Aviana, Kun is yet another Druid card that seems to do it all. This 10-mana minion is likely to find his way into slower Druid decks for a long time.
Malfurion the Pestilent—Behind Bloodreaver Gul’dan, Malfurion the Pestilent may now be the second strongest Death Knight in the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion. Druid’s newfound ability to accumulate ridiculous amounts of armor is enough to make even Garrosh envious.
Leeroy Jenkins—Six damage for five mana is almost certainly going to be powerful in Hearthstone for a long time to come. Leeroy Jenkins can provide finishing burst in both Aggro and Control decks alike.
Ragnaros the Firelord—A card so commonly found in decks that it had to be retired from Standard, Ragnaros the Firelord isn’t quite as pervasive in Wild. Still, the ability to do eight immediate damage makes it unlikely that Rag will ever completely disappear from the meta.
Reno Jackson—With aggressive strategies perpetually being a part of Hearthstone, the ability to heal to full will always be relevant. The second key to enabling Highlander decks, Reno Jackson can always be put to good use in Wild.
Sir Finley Mrrgglton—Frequently, aggressive decks have a hard time finding a use for their hero powers. Sir Finley provides a solution for this by offering the opportunity to find a more valuable option, such as Life Tap or Steady Shot.
The Lich King—The Lich King is the first neutral Legendary we’ve seen in some time that feels like a reasonable inclusion in nearly any deck. With a high deck include and win rate, dark Arthas is certainly a powerful Legendary.
Wild Hearthstone A Tier Legendary Cards Include Rates
Statistics courtesy of HSReplay.net.
Wild Hearthstone A Tier Legendary Cards Win Rates
Statistics courtesy of HSReplay.net.
Wild Hearthstone B Tier Legendary Cards
B Tier Legendary cards have use in certain cases but are not quite as necessary as those in the tiers above. The cards that follow should not be disenchanted but needn’t be crafted either, unless you have a specific reason to do so.
Wild Hearthstone C Tier Legendary Cards
C Tier Legendary cards see the occasional play and, with enough support added in future expansions, may be viable in the future. These cards, however, are not currently a requirement for any competitive deck in the Wild format and are worth the consideration for disenchanting.
Wild Hearthstone D Tier Legendary Cards
D Tier Legendary Cards have never seen competitive play and are unlikely to in the near future. These cards can safely be disenchanted by new and experienced Wild Hearthstone players alike. Enjoy your 400 dust!
Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List Spreadsheet
The Wild Hearthstone Legendary Card Tier List Spreadsheet can be used to review all Legendary cards in the Wild format. The list of cards can be sorted by Name, Class, Set, or Tier. Searching is also enabled to sift through the massive number of Legendaries available in the Wild format. Feel free to export this spreadsheet into the offered formats to manipulate it locally.
- Pro Tip: Looking for cards in a specific tier? Just search for that tier (e.g., “S Tier”)!
|N'Zoth, the Corruptor||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||50||S Tier|
|Bloodreaver Gul'dan||Warlock||Knights of the Frozen Throne||48||S Tier|
|Sylvanas Windrunner||Neutral||Classic||47||S Tier|
|Emperor Thaurissan||Neutral||Blackrock Mountain||41||S Tier|
|Bloodmage Thalnos||Neutral||Classic||40||S Tier|
|Mal'Ganis||Warlock||Goblins vs. Gnomes||40||S Tier|
|Barnes||Neutral||One Night in Karazhan||40||S Tier|
|Sunkeeper Tarim||Paladin||Journey to Un'Goro||40||S Tier|
|Ragnaros the Firelord||Neutral||Classic||36||A Tier|
|Malfurion the Pestilent||Druid||Knights of the Frozen Throne||35||A Tier|
|The Lich King||Neutral||Knights of the Frozen Throne||35||A Tier|
|Aluneth||Mage||Kobolds and Catacombs||34||A Tier|
|Brann Bronzebeard||Neutral||League of Explorers||34||A Tier|
|Kingsbane||Rogue||Kobolds and Catacombs||34||A Tier|
|Reno Jackson||Neutral||League of Explorers||31||A Tier|
|Kazakus||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||30||A Tier|
|Sir Finley Mrrgglton||Neutral||League of Explorers||30||A Tier|
|Aya Blackpaw||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||30||A Tier|
|Leeroy Jenkins||Neutral||Classic||30||A Tier|
|Kun the Forgotten King||Druid||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||30||A Tier|
|Skull of the Man'ari||Warlock||Kobolds and Catacombs||28||B Tier|
|Old Murk-Eye||Neutral||Classic||28||B Tier|
|Spiritsinger Umbra||Neutral||Journey to Un'Goro||28||B Tier|
|Prince Taldaram||Neutral||Knights of the Frozen Throne||27||B Tier|
|Y'Shaarj, Rage Unbound||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||27||B Tier|
|Patches the Pirate||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||26||B Tier|
|Dr. Boom||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||26||B Tier|
|Fandral Staghelm||Druid||Whispers of the Old Gods||25||B Tier|
|Deathstalker Rexxar||Hunter||Knights of the Frozen Throne||25||B Tier|
|Aviana||Druid||The Grand Tournament||24||B Tier|
|Tirion Fordring||Paladin||Classic||24||B Tier|
|Finja, the Flying Star||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||23||B Tier|
|Shadowreaper Anduin||Priest||Knights of the Frozen Throne||22||B Tier|
|Ixlid, Fungal Lord||Druid||Kobolds and Catacombs||22||B Tier|
|Valeera the Hollow||Rogue||Knights of the Frozen Throne||22||B Tier|
|Rin, the First Disciple||Warlock||Kobolds and Catacombs||21||B Tier|
|Val'anyr||Paladin||Kobolds and Catacombs||20||B Tier|
|Unite the Murlocs||Shaman||Journey to Un'Goro||20||B Tier|
|Edwin VanCleef||Rogue||Classic||20||B Tier|
|Wickerflame Burnbristle||Paladin||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||20||B Tier|
|Knuckles||Hunter||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||20||B Tier|
|Frost Lich Jaina||Mage||Knights of the Frozen Throne||20||B Tier|
|Kathrena Winterwisp||Hunter||Kobolds and Catacombs||19||C Tier|
|Krul the Unshackled||Warlock||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||19||C Tier|
|King Krush||Hunter||Classic||19||C Tier|
|Rhok'delar||Hunter||Kobolds and Catacombs||19||C Tier|
|Medivh, the Guardian||Neutral||One Night in Karazhan||19||C Tier|
|Prince Keleseth||Neutral||Knights of the Frozen Throne||18||C Tier|
|Bolvar, Fireblood||Paladin||Knights of the Frozen Throne||18||C Tier|
|Raza the Chained||Priest||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||17||C Tier|
|Skycap'n Kragg||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||17||C Tier|
|Professor Putricide||Hunter||Knights of the Frozen Throne||17||C Tier|
|Neptulon||Shaman||Goblins vs. Gnomes||17||C Tier|
|Lyra the Sunshard||Priest||Journey to Un'Goro||17||C Tier|
|Thrall, Deathseer||Shaman||Knights of the Frozen Throne||17||C Tier|
|Ragnaros, Lightlord||Paladin||Whispers of the Old Gods||17||C Tier|
|Uther of the Ebon Blade||Paladin||Knights of the Frozen Throne||17||C Tier|
|Gormok the Impaler||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||16||C Tier|
|Lord Jaraxxus||Warlock||Classic||16||C Tier|
|Archmage Antonidas||Mage||Classic||16||C Tier|
|Pyros||Mage||Journey to Un'Goro||16||C Tier|
|Princess Huhuran||Hunter||Whispers of the Old Gods||15||C Tier|
|Bolvar Fordragon||Paladin||The Grand Tournament||15||C Tier|
|Lynessa Sunsorrow||Paladin||Kobolds and Catacombs||15||C Tier|
|Anomalus||Mage||Whispers of the Old Gods||15||C Tier|
|Prophet Velen||Priest||Classic||14||C Tier|
|Awaken the Makers||Priest||Journey to Un'Goro||14||C Tier|
|Captain Greenskin||Neutral||Classic||14||C Tier|
|Inkmaster Solia||Mage||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||14||C Tier|
|Cairne Bloodhoof||Neutral||Classic||14||C Tier|
|Zola the Gorgon||Neutral||Kobolds and Catacombs||14||C Tier|
|Swamp King Dred||Hunter||Journey to Un'Goro||14||C Tier|
|The Curator||Neutral||One Night in Karazhan||14||C Tier|
|Baron Rivendare||Neutral||Naxxramas||14||C Tier|
|Eadric the Pure||Paladin||The Grand Tournament||14||C Tier|
|Sneed's Old Shredder||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||14||C Tier|
|Master Oakheart||Neutral||Kobolds and Catacombs||13||C Tier|
|Elise the Trailblazer||Neutral||Journey to Un'Goro||13||C Tier|
|Harrison Jones||Neutral||Classic||13||C Tier|
|Twig of the World Tree||Druid||Kobolds and Catacombs||13||C Tier|
|Kalimos, Primal Lord||Shaman||Journey to Un'Goro||13||C Tier|
|Clutchmother Zavas||Warlock||Journey to Un'Goro||13||C Tier|
|Dragoncaller Alanna||Mage||Kobolds and Catacombs||13||C Tier|
|Rhonin||Mage||The Grand Tournament||13||C Tier|
|Auctionmaster Beardo||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||12||C Tier|
|Toshley||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||12||C Tier|
|Confessor Paletress||Priest||The Grand Tournament||12||C Tier|
|Sonya Shadowdancer||Rogue||Kobolds and Catacombs||12||C Tier|
|Jungle Giants||Druid||Journey to Un'Goro||12||C Tier|
|Sindragosa||Mage||Knights of the Frozen Throne||12||C Tier|
|Sherazin, Corpse Flower||Rogue||Journey to Un'Goro||12||C Tier|
|The Black Knight||Neutral||Classic||12||C Tier|
|Rend Blackhand||Neutral||Blackrock Mountain||12||C Tier|
|Hadronox||Druid||Knights of the Frozen Throne||12||C Tier|
|Wrathion||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||12||C Tier|
|Don Han'Cho||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||12||C Tier|
|Gahz'rilla||Hunter||Goblins vs. Gnomes||11||C Tier|
|Vol'jin||Priest||Goblins vs. Gnomes||11||C Tier|
|Al'Akir the Windlord||Shaman||Classic||11||C Tier|
|Shaku, the Collector||Rogue||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||11||C Tier|
|Chillmaw||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||11||C Tier|
|Blood-Queen Lana'thel||Warlock||Knights of the Frozen Throne||11||C Tier|
|Illidan Stormrage||Neutral||Classic||11||C Tier|
|The Runespear||Shaman||Kobolds and Catacombs||11||C Tier|
|Justicar Trueheart||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||11||C Tier|
|White Eyes||Shaman||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||11||C Tier|
|Yogg-Saron, Hope's End||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||11||C Tier|
|Tyrantus||Druid||Journey to Un'Goro||11||C Tier|
|Grommash Hellscream||Warrior||Classic||11||C Tier|
|Baron Geddon||Neutral||Classic||10||C Tier|
|Deathwing, Dragonlord||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||10||C Tier|
|Tinkmaster Overspark||Neutral||Classic||10||C Tier|
|Blingtron 3000||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||10||C Tier|
|Anub'arak||Rogue||The Grand Tournament||10||C Tier|
|C'Thun||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||10||C Tier|
|Scourgelord Garrosh||Warrior||Knights of the Frozen Throne||10||C Tier|
|The Caverns Below||Rogue||Journey to Un'Goro||10||C Tier|
|Grumble, Worldshaker||Shaman||Kobolds and Catacombs||10||C Tier|
|Nefarian||Neutral||Blackrock Mountain||10||C Tier|
|Hallazeal the Ascended||Shaman||The Grand Tournament||10||C Tier|
|Xaril, Poisoned Mind||Rogue||Whispers of the Old Gods||10||C Tier|
|Twin Emperor Vek'lor||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||10||C Tier|
|Arfus||Neutral||Knights of the Frozen Throne||10||C Tier|
|Chromaggus||Neutral||Blackrock Mountain||10||C Tier|
|Foe Reaper 4000||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||10||C Tier|
|Woecleaver||Warrior||Kobolds and Catacombs||10||C Tier|
|Varian Wrynn||Warrior||The Grand Tournament||10||C Tier|
|Acidmaw||Hunter||The Grand Tournament||9||D Tier|
|Archbishop Benedictus||Priest||Knights of the Frozen Throne||9||D Tier|
|The Mistcaller||Shaman||The Grand Tournament||9||D Tier|
|Malorne||Druid||Goblins vs. Gnomes||9||D Tier|
|Icehowl||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||9||D Tier|
|The Last Kaleidosaur||Paladin||Journey to Un'Goro||9||D Tier|
|Fire Plume's Heart||Warrior||Journey to Un'Goro||9||D Tier|
|Geosculptor Yip||Warrior||Kobolds and Catacombs||9||D Tier|
|Open the Waygate||Mage||Journey to Un'Goro||9||D Tier|
|Dreadscale||Hunter||The Grand Tournament||8||D Tier|
|Nexus-Champion Saraad||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||8||D Tier|
|Mukla, Tyrant of the Vale||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||8||D Tier|
|Prince Valanar||Neutral||Knights of the Frozen Throne||8||D Tier|
|Genzo, the Shark||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||8||D Tier|
|Marin the Fox||Neutral||Kobolds and Catacombs||8||D Tier|
|Wilfred Fizzlebang||Warlock||The Grand Tournament||8||D Tier|
|Malkorok||Warrior||Whispers of the Old Gods||8||D Tier|
|Gelbin Mekkatorque||Neutral||Classic||8||D Tier|
|Hemet Nesingwary||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||7||D Tier|
|Hobart Grapplehammer||Warrior||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||7||D Tier|
|The Darkness||Neutral||Kobolds and Catacombs||7||D Tier|
|Elise Starseeker||Neutral||League of Explorers||7||D Tier|
|The Skeleton Knight||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||7||D Tier|
|Prince Malchezaar||Neutral||One Night in Karazhan||7||D Tier|
|Bolf Ramshield||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||7||D Tier|
|Millhouse Manastorm||Neutral||Classic||6||D Tier|
|Gazlowe||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||6||D Tier|
|Lilian Voss||Rogue||Knights of the Frozen Throne||6||D Tier|
|Lakkari Sacrifice||Warlock||Journey to Un'Goro||6||D Tier|
|Dragon Soul||Priest||Kobolds and Catacombs||6||D Tier|
|Rotface||Warrior||Knights of the Frozen Throne||6||D Tier|
|Mayor Noggenfogger||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||6||D Tier|
|Temporus||Priest||Kobolds and Catacombs||6||D Tier|
|Herald Volazj||Priest||Whispers of the Old Gods||6||D Tier|
|Elite Tauren Chieftain||Neutral||Classic||6||D Tier|
|The Boogeymonster||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||6||D Tier|
|Cho'gall||Warlock||Whispers of the Old Gods||5||D Tier|
|Hemet, Jungle Hunter||Neutral||Journey to Un'Goro||5||D Tier|
|Eydis Darkbane||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||5||D Tier|
|King Mukla||Neutral||Classic||5||D Tier|
|Shifter Zerus||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||5||D Tier|
|Moroes||Neutral||One Night in Karazhan||5||D Tier|
|Trade Prince Gallywix||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||5||D Tier|
|The Marsh Queen||Hunter||Journey to Un'Goro||5||D Tier|
|King Mosh||Warrior||Journey to Un'Goro||5||D Tier|
|Iron Juggernaut||Warrior||Goblins vs. Gnomes||5||D Tier|
|Sergeant Sally||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||5||D Tier|
|Mogor the Ogre||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||4||D Tier|
|The Beast||Neutral||Classic||4||D Tier|
|Nat Pagle||Neutral||Classic||4||D Tier|
|Soggoth the Slitherer||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||4||D Tier|
|Nat, the Darkfisher||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||4||D Tier|
|Arch-Thief Rafaam||Neutral||League of Explorers||4||D Tier|
|Fjola Lightbane||Neutral||The Grand Tournament||3||D Tier|
|Troggzor the Earthinator||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||3||D Tier|
|Mimiron's Head||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||3||D Tier|
|The Voraxx||Neutral||Journey to Un'Goro||3||D Tier|
|Majordomo Executus||Neutral||Blackrock Mountain||2||D Tier|
|Lorewalker Cho||Neutral||Classic||2||D Tier|
|Ozruk||Neutral||Journey to Un'Goro||2||D Tier|
|Flame Leviathan||Mage||Goblins vs. Gnomes||2||D Tier|
|Madam Goya||Neutral||Mean Streets of Gadgetzan||1||D Tier|
|Hogger, Doom of Elwynn||Neutral||Whispers of the Old Gods||1||D Tier|
|King Togwaggle||Neutral||Kobolds and Catacombs||1||D Tier|
|Moorabi||Shaman||Knights of the Frozen Throne||1||D Tier|
|Mekgineer Thermaplugg||Neutral||Goblins vs. Gnomes||0||D Tier|