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Katsin Bloodoath


Card Number - tdp-218

Card Rating:

Sealed: 4.67
Constructed: 4.67
Casual: 4.00
Raid: 3.00
Onyxia: 4.00
Lazy Peon: 5.00

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.

Date Reviewed - 04.18.0


aka Warchief Thrall

Katsin Bloodoath



Cost: 4

Attack: 5

Health: 3


http://www.wowtcgdb.com/images/icon-arrow.gifPrevent all combat damage that would be dealt to and dealt by target friendly ally this turn.


We are going to look at the first Blood Elves Ally, the race that was added with the Dark Portal.

And what kind of ally it is, this is are fierce Elf that is capable of causing great havoc.


Protectors are always useful, Katsin knows how deal a great punch to the attacker.

The only weak point is it’s health, a Chain Lightning could get rid of it easily.


Nevertheless, If your playing Horde, use this one.


Sealed:  5/5

Constructed:  5/5

Casual:  5/5

Raid: 2/5

See you on the Battlefield

Warchief Thrall


Katsin Bloodoath

Cost 4

Ally – Blood Elf Paladin


3-> Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt to and dealt by target friendly ally this turn.



Ok my jaw hit the floor when I pulled one of these at the pre-release and there is a freaking good reason for it…   THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN A RARE and should have been their race specific ally. Ok I understand they have to populate the game with the new races but wow they went a little overboard with this dude. OK this guys closest relative in the last set that I can compare him to is Vaerik Proudhoof who was a 4 drop for a 5/3 THAT’S IT. So for the same price we get a protector that for the right price can’t be killed in combat


Ok now I pulled 2 of him in my second round of the pre-release and I knew from there I was playing horde because this guy just isn’t fun to play against. First off he is a big protector and can destroy many a large ally and do a lot of damage to many heroes and that’s where his strength is, he can do anything and he does it all well. If your playing lets say horde paladin this is probably one of the allies you will stack in your deck, its like Parvink why wouldn’t you? I think the real silliness comes from his activation power, pay 3 to prevent all damage dealt in a battle…   on a scale of 1-10 that’s a freaking 11 ability especially for a protector.


As an attacker he gets an “A” grade because he is a 4 drop for a 5 attack. As a defender he gets an “A+” grade because he blocks he saves people and he potentially kills whatever is bothering you. As a Support character he gets an “A+” for his ability because its so very usable.


Sealed (5): Just wow in this format solid card.

Constructed (5): This card is going to see a lot of tournament play and wow is he going to annoy people.

Casual (3): I don’t like playing competitive cards in casual play sucks all the fun out of it, avoid using him unless you are playing race wars in which case is the Blood Elf poster boy.

Onyxia (4): Great ally to attack with and block with, makes the dragon pay every step of the way.

Lazy Peon (5): Probably the best 4 drop for horde in this format.

Red Comet Katsin Bloodoath

Now this is an ally. He's protection aura with the added benefit of multiple uses in a turn. In a pinch he can be an invincible protector or

he can keep your low health allies alive long enough to do their jobs. A great utility card.







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