Positional effect

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Positional effects are effects which are partly determined by the position of minions on the battlefield.

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The vast majority of effects are not affected by minion position. They may affect only the targeted minion(s), or affect an area of effect. Positional effects are the exception, and serve to make minion placement a strategically significant choice.

Players can choose where to place a minion when summoning it. However, once the minion has been summoned it cannot be moved, potentially making this initial placement an important choice. Players can plan for positional effects by placing their minions in an ideal formation. For example, when playing against a rogue, it may be wise to place a high attack minion on the end of the row, rather than between other minions, to minimise the impact of  Betrayal. Conversely, warlocks may wish to place powerful minions next to each other in preparation for  Void Terror.

Cards[edit | edit source]

For Wild format listings, see Positional effect/Wild format.

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ETC 424.png
JAM 025.png
CORE BOT 453.png
DEEP 032.png
UPCOMING 106388.png
YOG 522.png
JAM 015t3.png
CORE EX1 162.png
CORE EX1 565.png
TTN 471.png
UPCOMING 98748.png
WW 377.png
WW 900.png
CORE TSC 217.png
WW 341.png
MIS 027.png
ETC 543.png
CORE EX1 093.png
CORE TOY 102.png
TOY 640.png
CORE TOY 100.png
JAM 004.png
TTN 862.png