Shuffle into deck effects place 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, into a player`s deck A deck is a collection of exactly 30 cards. All cards drawn by the player during a game come from their deck. Each deck is tied to a specific class. Decks can be created and , with its placement randomly determined. While not stated in card text, the randomness of the card`s placement is achieved through subsequently shuffling the entire deck.
Shuffle into deck effects may act upon existing cards, or be combined with generate Generate effects are abilities which create new cards and place them into a player s hand, or more rarely shuffle them into the player s deck. They may generate entirely new cards, or combine with a copy effects to shuffle entirely new cards into the deck. Existing cards are usually shuffled into the currently controlling player`s deck, but some shuffle into deck effects like Entomb Entomb Set: The League of Explorers Type: Spell Class: Priest Rarity: Common Cost: 6 Abilities: Shuffle into deck, Take control Choose an enemy minion. Shuffle it into your deck.It s perfectly safe as long as you act as mind control effects Mind control effects or control effects are effects which allow a player to seize control of an enemy minion. Controlled minions are treated as belonging to the controlling player for all purposes, can be directed , by transferring ownership of a card to the other player. Return A return to hand or return effect is a card effect whereby a minion, or more rarely a weapon or spell, is returned to the controlling player s hand. The target returns to its original card effects perform a similar function to shuffle into deck effects, but place a minion into the player`s hand instead of their deck.
In addition to those explicitly stated on cards, all Joust A Joust in progress Joust is an ability that causes a minion to be revealed at random from the deck of each player. If the player who initiated the Joust has the higher mana cost effects include shuffle into deck effects; once a Joust is concluded, the Jousting minions are shuffled back into their respective decks. These are assumed to function identically to explicit shuffle into deck effects.
- Shuffle into deck effects acting upon minions currently on the battlefield The battlefield (or game board) is where the action takes place, representing the board on which each game is played out. Around the battlefield are various important UI elements, such as each player s hand, deck place them into the deck without destroying Destroying a minion or weapon removes it from play. Only minions currently on the battlefield and weapons that are currently equipped can be destroyed. Discarding a card removes it directly from the player s hand and them. As a result, they do not trigger Deathrattles A Loot Hoarder displaying the Deathrattle icon Deathrattle is an ability where the stated effect occurs when the minion or weapon is destroyed. Cards with Deathrattle appear with a skull and crossbones when in play. .
- It is not possible to predict where in the deck the card will be placed. The visual display of the card going into the deck does not indicate order or placement in any way.
- While most shuffle into deck effects place the stated card into the player`s deck, some such as Recycle Recycle Set: Goblins vs Gnomes Type: Spell Class: Druid Rarity: Rare Cost: 6 Abilities: Copy, Generate, Shuffle into deck Shuffle an enemy minion into your opponent s deck.Druidic recycling involves putting plastics in one bin and actually generate Generate effects are abilities which create new cards and place them into a player s hand, or more rarely shuffle them into the player s deck. They may generate entirely new cards, or combine with a copy a copy Copy effects produce copies of existing cards. When copying living minions, this includes copying all damage and enchantments. Be that as it may, when copying a minion that has been destroyed, only the basic minion is copied. Copy effects of the card and shuffle that into the deck.
- It is possible for shuffle into deck effects to target cards currently in players` decks, at least by accident, as with Weasel Tunneler Weasel Tunneler Set: Mean Streets of Gadgetzan Type: Minion Subtype: Beast Rarity: Epic Cost: 1 Attack: 1 Health: 1 Abilities: Deathrattle, Shuffle into deck Deathrattle: Shuffle this minion into your opponent s deck.He s the reason the + Baron Rivendare Baron Rivendare Set: Naxxramas Type: Minion Rarity: Legendary Cost: 4 Attack: 1 Health: 7 Tags: Deathrattle-related, Ongoing effect Your minions trigger their Deathrattles twice.There used to be five Horsemen but one of them left because .
Listed below are all cards with explicit shuffle into deck effects. For a list of cards with Joust effects, see Joust A Joust in progress Joust is an ability that causes a minion to be revealed at random from the deck of each player. If the player who initiated the Joust has the higher mana cost .
- This section contains information exclusive to Wild format Wild format or Wild is one of Hearthstone s two game formats, the other being Standard format. Wild format appears in game modes in which players are allowed to play decks without the deck restrictions of .
- The phrasing of shuffle into deck effects does not explicitly mention the reshuffling of the player`s deck, likely in order to keep the card text as short as possible. Be that as it may, this is believed to be functionally insignificant since it is not possible for the player to see the order of cards in their deck without drawing them. Those effects which draw directly from the player`s deck do so randomly and thus are not affected by the order of cards within the deck.