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You might be looking for one of these cards: Innervate (Classic), Innervate (Core).

Innervate is a free druid spell card, from the Legacy set.

Other versions

How to get

The Regular and Golden copies of Innervate are uncraftable. They have special unlock requirements and cannot be crafted, disenchanted, or opened from card packs:
LegacyUnlock Wild formatRegular, Golden2

Previous availability

Innervate used to be obtainable through these means.

Custom Level up druid to 36 until March 30, 2021.Golden 1
Custom Level up druid to 38 until March 30, 2021.Golden 1
Custom Unlock druid until March 30, 2021.Regular 2


Innervate is a druid spell that causes the target to regenerate a substantial amount of mana over 10 seconds. The card's flavor text refers to a key mana regeneration mechanic from vanilla WoW. Originally the 31 point Restoration talent for druids, a significant portion of a Resto druid's value in raids was to use Innervate to restore mana to other casters. Clearly, this over-specialisation was not appreciated by all druids.



Patch changes

  • Forged in the Barrens logo.pngPatch (2021-03-25):
    • 2021-03-30: Moved from Basic to Legacy set.
    • Now has Nature spell school (previously: no spell school).
  • Knights of the Frozen Throne logo.png Patch (2017-09-18):
    • Now reads: Gain 1 Mana Crystal this turn only. (previously: Gain 2 Mana Crystals this turn only.).
  • Whispers of the Old Gods logo.png Patch (2016-07-12):
    • Golden art updated, now featuring a new rune circle. Casting animation updated.
  • Hearthstone logo.png Patch (Closed beta, 2013-10-02):
    • Unlock requirement is now: "Unlocked at Level 1." (previously: no special unlock requirement).
    • Golden card unlock requirement is now: "Unlocked at Level 36." (previously: no special unlock requirement).
  • Hearthstone logo.png Patch (Alpha, April or May 2013):
    • Added.

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