Maw and Disorder

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With the arrival of the Year of the Pegasus, Maw and Disorder is now a Wild format card set, which means cards from the Maw and Disorder will no longer be playable in Standard format matches. For more information, see Game format.

Maw and Disorder is Hearthstone's 6th mini-set, featuring 35 new collectible cards added to the Murder at Castle Nathria set. It was released on September 27, 2022.[1]

This mini-set takes place in the Maw, where Sylvanas has been brought before  The Jailer to answer for her crimes in a trial.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Maw and Disorder cards are available through the following options:

  • Murder at Castle Nathria card packs can contain Maw and Disorder cards, and are purchasable through the Shop, with the usual prices and purchasing options.
  • Maw and Disorder cards are craftable for the usual amounts of Arcane Dust.
  • For as long as Murder at Castle Nathria is the latest expansion, the guaranteed card pack from each Arena run is from the expansion. Once the next expansion comes out, second card packs will have a chance to be Murder at Castle Nathria packs.
  • The Highest Rank Bonus chest has a chance to award Maw and Disorder cards.
  • All 35 (66 copies in total) Maw and Disorder cards can be obtained through a bundle for the following prices from September 27, 2022 onwards.[2]
Type Runestones Gold USD EUR
Regular 1500 Runestone.png 2000 Gold coin.png - -
Golden 7000 Runestone.png - $69.99 €69.99

Cards[edit | edit source]

This mini-set features 35 collectible cards. Maw and Disorder cards can be recognized with a special watermark (the Murder at Castle Nathria logo emerging from a card) behind the card text, not found on other cards.

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Related cards

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Demon Hunter

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Related cards

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Choice cards

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Related cards

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Related cards

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Related cards

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Lore[edit | edit source]

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The Maw, Wasteland of the Damned, is one of the realms of the Shadowlands. This horrific place houses the most vile and irredeemable souls in existence. Ruled by the enigmatic Jailer, the Maw inspires nightmares and legends even among the denizens of the Shadowlands. No one has ever escaped this vile place, and any foolish enough to venture here are never heard from again. At its center lies Torghast, a cursed otherworldly prison where the most wicked souls in the universe are locked away. In recent years, the machinery of Death has been broken, and all souls who enter the Shadowlands are now condemned to torment in the Maw, no matter their deeds in life. This has caused the Maw to begin growing larger and more powerful while the rest of the Shadowlands wither from a lack of anima. The Maw is antithetical to Oribos.

"In the deepest depths of the Shadowlands lies the inescapable Maw. The wretched souls imprisoned in this hopeless realm are the unforgiven and irredeemable. They are imprisoned forever and suffer without end, until they are twisted into a mere shade of their former glory. It is then that the tormented willingly serve their tormentor."

"Normally, few souls are sent directly here, as even the most evil and prideful beings in existence are given a last chance to atone for their sins in Revendreth. If they fail or refuse to seek redemption, they are condemned to an eternity in the Maw. Still, few souls that the Arbiter found completely irredeemable would be sent directly to the Maw."

"The landmass within the Maw consists of pieces of land that have been ripped from a realm that was destroyed upon entering the Maw's atmosphere and whose pieces have become burned and desiccated. The Jailer pieced these together into a single landmass by throwing out chains in every direction within the Maw from Torghast and pulling them inwards. The Maw was sealed and made inescapable with the magic of the Heart of the Forest, with the goal of banishing The Jailer forever."

"As the Jailer's dwelling, the Maw is a tumultuous, hopeless maze of torment chambers and endless despair. The laws that bind the Shadowlands are meaningless within the Jailer's realm. Reality is ever-changing within the Maw, which is continually altering itself to the whims of its singular master who resides in Torghast, Tower of the Damned."

History[edit | edit source]

Between September 13, 2022 and September 21, 2022, the PlayHearthstone twitter account posted multiple tweets[3][4][5][6][7][8] relating to the continued story of Murder at Castle Nathria and whether or not  Sire Denathrius was actually murdered. These tweets hinted at a possible larger reveal in the following days.

On September 22, 2022, a blog post for Maw and Disorder was posted, and card reveals began shortly after on the same day.[1]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name of this set is a reference to the American police procedural Law & Order.

References[edit | edit source]