Midnight Wolf

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Midnight Wolf is a common demon hunter minion card, from the Showdown in the Badlands set.

How to get

TypeSourceQualityCount
Card packsThe Regular version can be opened from any of these packs:

Demon Hunter Pack
Standard
Showdown in the Badlands
Regular1~2 (random)
Card packsThe Golden version can be opened from any of these packs:

Demon Hunter Pack
Standard
Golden Standard
Showdown in the Badlands
Golden Showdown in the Badlands
Golden1~2 (random)
CraftingCraft a Regular copy for 40 Dust.pngRegular1
CraftingCraft a Golden copy for 400 Dust.pngGolden1
RunComplete an Arena or Heroic Duels run.Regular1 (random)

Tips

  • You can try to consistently draw Midnight Wolf with Showdown in the BadlandsBartend-O-Bot in a deck that has Midnight Wolf as the only Outcast card, so that its Outcast effect is always available whenever you need, instead of having to cycle through your hand.
  • Midnight Wolf's cost can be reduced with cards like Madness at the Darkmoon FaireIllidari Studies, March of the Lich KingFierce Outsider, Voyage to the Sunken CityWayward Sage, or Festival of LegendsRush the Stage if you want to play it and cycle your hand to get Outcast as soon as possible.
  • Midnight Wolf can be Discovered by Illidari Studies as a decent option in later turns. Ideally it's best to play on turn with 6 or more mana so that you can get its Outcast right away.

Sounds

Play
  • ▶️ DRG_217t_SpiritWolf_Play.wav <summon sound>
Attack
  • ▶️ DRG_217t_SpiritWolf_Attack.wav <attack sound>
Death
  • ▶️ DRG_217t_SpiritWolf_Death.wav <death sound>

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