Credits card


Credits cards are non-playable cards Cards are the basic pieces that make up the game of Hearthstone. Each card represents an action that the player can take by playing that card. There are three main types of cards: spell cards, hearthstone that depict prominent members of the Hearthstone The Hearthstone icon Hearthstone (formerly known as Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft 1] 2]) is a free-to-play digital collectible card game from Blizzard Entertainment. It was first announced in a presentation by Rob Pardo at the hearthstone development team.

These cards are not found in play, but are displayed in random order during the game`s credits ] , accessed through the Options The Options menu The Options menu is a sub-screen opened through clicking the Options button from the Game Menu, accessed through the cog-wheel icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen, and available at any hearthstone button from the game`s main menu The main menu for Hearthstone is the central hub from which the various aspects of the game can be accessed, and the first screen arrived at when the game has completed its startup. Be that as it may, when hearthstone . There are currently 44 credits cards, depicting the members of Team 5 Team 5 (also known as Blizzard Team 5) are the Blizzard Entertainment development team responsible for Hearthstone. A "small and nimble" team of 15 members for much of the game s original development, the team has hearthstone .

The credits screen The credits screen Hearthstone s credits can be viewed through the Options button from Game Menu. The credits screen featuresSpecial attraction a full list of credits for the game, as well displaying special credits cards depicting prominent hearthstone allows the viewer to choose between the 2015 and 2014 listings, with each presenting its own set of credits cards. The most recent listing is represented below, followed by credits cards now removed. For full credits card selections from earlier years, see in-game.


Becca Abel(14660).png
Dean Ayala(14666).png
Jon Bankard(14685).png
Jay Baxter(704).png
Brian Birmingham(14662).png
Andy Brock(708).png
Ben Brode(701).png
Bryan Chang(14663).png
Jason Chayes(694).png
Ryan Chew(14681).png
Elizabeth Cho(14667).png
Cameron Chrisman(14664).png
Jeremy Cranford(14673).png
Hamilton Chu(709).png
Rachelle Davis(705).png
Eric Dodds(695).png
Mike Donais(14678).png
Tim Erskine(14684).png
Bob Fitch(696).png
Robin Fredericksen(14680).png
Steven Gabriel(697).png
Kyle Harrison(698).png
Henry Ho(14669).png
Beomki Hong(14661).png
Jomaro Kindred(14675).png
Walter Kong(14686).png
Keith Landes(14688).png
Jonas Laster(14687).png
Max Ma(14676).png
Jason MacAllister(14671).png
Jerry Mascho(14674).png
Ryan Masterson(14682).png
Max McCall(14677).png
JC Park(14672).png
Eric Del Priore(14668).png
Ricardo Robaina(14679).png
Derek Sakamoto(699).png
Michael Schweitzer(703).png
Ben Thompson(702).png
He-Rim Woo(14670).png
Yong Woo(707).png
Christopher Yim(14665).png
Seyil Yoon(14683).png


Former credits cards

The following cards no longer featureSpecial attraction in the current credits screen display, but were featured in the year indicated.


Rob Pardo(710).png
Brian Schwab(706).png