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TITANS is Hearthstone's 24th expansion, featuring new 145 collectible cards released on August 1, 2023.[1] The expansion takes place in the distant past, just after the defeat of the Old Gods, before life inhabited Azeroth. The Titans are gathering in Ulduar to prepare the planet for the Age of Mortals.

TITANS introduces 2 new keywords: Forge and Titan. Forge cards can be dragged into the player's deck to pay 2 mana and upgrade it, then return the card to the player's hand. Minions with the Titan keyword have three unique abilities that they activate instead of attacking normally.

TITANS also features the return of the keyword Magnetic, featuring new class cards with Magnetic for classes that previously didn't have access to it.

How to get[edit | edit source]

TITANS craftable cards can be obtained by one of the following methods:

Uncraftable cards

These specific cards can be obtained through other means. For more information, see their respective articles.


Cards[edit | edit source]

The TITANS card set features 145 collectible cards, which can be recognized with a special watermark (a tower with arches) behind the card text, not found on other cards.

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Choice cards

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Death Knight

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Related cards

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Choice 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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Choice cards

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Related cards

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Choice cards

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Related cards

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Choice cards

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Related cards

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Choice cards

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Choice cards

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Choice cards

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Choice cards

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Related cards

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Choice cards

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Themes[edit | edit source]

Legendary Titans and Keepers[edit | edit source]

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Each class gets a Titan, a celestial being born of a world-soul like Azeroth’s. Minions with the new Titan keyword have three special activated abilities that they use instead of their normal attack. Each turn, including the turn you play them, you can choose to activate one of those abilities. Once an ability is used, that ability can’t be chosen again. Once all three abilities have been used, the Titan attacks normally instead of with its abilities.
The Titans created powerful keepers that they imbued with some of their power. The keepers were left to create, nourish, and protect the fledgling life on the planet. The denizens of Azeroth would worship these keepers like they were gods, and many great myths were written about them. Each class gets one of these world-shaping Legendary minions!

New Keyword: Forge[edit | edit source]

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Like the titans and the keepers, you can hold the power of creation in your hand! Cards with the Forge keyword can be dragged over to your deck and upgraded into its Forged form for two mana.

Returning Keyword: Magnetic[edit | edit source]

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The titans brought advanced technologies to Azeroth, creating massive cities, complex machinery, and mechanical beings. Some of these ancient Mechs come with the returning keyword, Magnetic. Magnetic minions can be magnetized to other Mechs already in play.

Titan-forged[edit | edit source]

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Taking place in the distant past, TITANS features many titan-forged races, such as Watchers, Earthen, and Anubisaths.

Lore[edit | edit source]

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Titans[edit | edit source]

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The Pantheon as depicted in World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 1

The titans (sometimes capitalized) are a race of colossal, planet-sized cosmic beings, composed of arcane magic and the primordial matter from which the universe was born. They roamed across the cosmos like walking worlds, imbued with the raw power of creation itself. The titans used this incredible force to find and awaken others of their kind. Hailing from the far reaches of the cosmos, they shaped and brought life and order to countless worlds across the Great Dark Beyond. They were described as perfect and majestic beings who are akin to gods.

“In many ways, the titans will be the easiest to manipulate. Their singular goal is to impose structure upon everything they see. Show them a force that opposes their drive for Order, and they will be consumed by their urge to eradicate it. Their pantheon, so seemingly united in purpose, is vulnerable to fracturing.”

— A nathrezim describing the titans in a book of enemy infiltration

The titans are colossal godlike beings made up of the primordial matter from which the very universe was born. Imbued with the raw power of creation itself, they roam the cosmos like walking worlds. Titans are born from world-souls, spirits who are formed within the fiery cores of a small number of worlds and who slumber for ages, suffusing the planets they inhabit with Spirit energy before finally awakening. Described as living worlds, their bodies are covered in mountain peaks and rivers, their forms wrapped in cloaks of stardust and their eyes shining like brilliant stars. Bastions of purity and good, the titans are unable to conceive of evil or wickedness in any form.

Titans are heavily tied to the cosmic force known as arcane. In fact, arcane is their very lifeblood. The original Well of Eternity, an enormous lake of volatile arcane energies, was literally the very lifeblood of Azeroth's world-soul. They are also uniquely susceptible to fel magic, their polar opposite. Mature titans are immune to the corruptive influences of the void lords.

According to the cosmology chart, the titans, as the embodiments of Order, are most closely associated with the element of Earth, as well as sharing an association with the element of Water with the Wild Gods.

Despite what is commonly known on Azeroth as history, the Titans were in some way connected to the First Ones, the same entities that organized and designed the Pantheon of Death of the Shadowlands, along with the Shadowlands themselves. The titans connection to the Progenitors, and the otherwise unknown facility known as Zereth Ordus, was concealed and forbidden by the command of Odyn, placing Titans as the absolute pinnacle of existence in their records so as not to 'confuse' mortals, in his words.

Ulduar[edit | edit source]

Ulduar (pronounced /'əlduːɑr/ is the biggest titan-forged complex on Azeroth. Perfectly preserved in the snows of the Storm Peaks, it was once thought to house fabled treasures and relics along with its great engines of creation, in reality, it was conceived first and foremost as a prison for the Old God Yogg-Saron. It notably encompasses the Halls of Stone, the Temple of Wisdom, the Halls of Lightning, and the prison of the Old God Yogg-Saron.

The Halls of Valor were a section of Ulduar until Helya ripped, and stationed them in the misty heavens above Azeroth.

"For millennia, Ulduar has remained undisturbed by mortals, far away from their concerns and their struggles. Yet since its recent discovery, many have wondered what the structure's original purpose may have been. Some thought it a city, built to herald the glory of its makers; some thought it a vault containing innumerable treasures, perhaps even relics of the mighty Titans themselves. Such speculations were wrong. Beyond Ulduar's gates lies no city, no treasure vault, no final answer to the Titan's mysteries. All that awaits those who dare set foot in Ulduar is a horror even the Titans could not, would not destroy, an evil they merely... contained."

"Beneath ancient Ulduar, the Old God of death lies, whispering.... Tread carefully, or its prison will become your tomb."

Since discovering Ulduar in the Storm Peaks, adventurers had journeyed to the titan city to learn more about its mysterious past. Further exploration revealed that the magnificent complex included a prison, intended to permanently confine the Old God Yogg-Saron. This ancient horror had corrupted its guards, and was breaking through the last of its restraints.

Faced with the peril of Yogg-Saron's imminent freedom, a band of mortals made preparations for a sweeping assault on the city. Overcoming the legions of iron minions and towering defenses at the city's entrance took tremendous strength, but even that great victory may not be enough to overcome the madness that dwells below.

In Hearthstone[edit | edit source]

The Lore of the Titans[edit | edit source]

Azeroth is one of many worlds in the Warcraft universe. Many cosmic forces and mythical beings have influenced Azeroth and the many characters we know and love (and love to hate) in it. Legends tell us that the massive, godlike beings known as titans were formed from the primordial matter from which the cosmos was formed. Their spirits are said to be born as world-souls, formed within the fiery cores of distant planets, slumbering for untold ages. When they finally awaken, embodying the raw power of Order itself, these titans wander the distant corners of the Great Dark Beyond, searching for other world-souls that can be awakened to join their cause.

For our next expansion, Hearthstone is putting its own spin on World of Warcraft’s titan lore, inspired by established Warcraft stories and also creating some Hearthstone-specific aspects for our players to enjoy. We hope you enjoy this unique take on the stories of the titans.

An official lore blog includes lore and details of the titans in Hearthstone.

Expansion Overview[edit | edit source]

Forge a new destiny with the myths and makers of Azeroth in Hearthstone’s next, larger-than-life expansion! Before the age of mortals, the Titans came to the world. These massive beings used arcane magic and ancient technology to imprison the Old Gods and bring order to the nascent planet. They imbued their keepers with celestial powers to watch over the planet and help forge the many beings that would inhabit it. This 145-card expansion includes Legendary Titans and Keepers, new Signature card looks, the new Forge keyword, the returning Magnetic keyword, and more! TITANS launches on August 1st.

Blog description[edit | edit source]

Before the age of mortals, the titans came to the world. These massive beings used arcane magic and ancient technology to imprison the Old Gods and bring order to the nascent planet. They imbued their keepers with celestial powers to watch over the planet and help forge the many beings that would inhabit it. This is what myths are made of. This is TITANS!

History[edit | edit source]

Blogs[edit | edit source]

On June 30, 2023, a blog post was released detailing the lore of the Titans, including information on new Hearthstone-original titans and why some non-titan characters were chosen.

Teasers and announcement[edit | edit source]

On June 26, 2023, the official Hearthstone Twitter posted a teaser image, containing a 3x3 grid with various Titanic runic letters accompanied with the text "Can you figure out the clue for the next expansion?".[2] As of now, the teaser has not been solved, despite the expansion being announced.

On June 27, the expansion was announced along with new cards being revealed.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Game designer Alex Smith is the set lead for TITANS.
  • TITANS is the first expansion to have its name be a single word. It is also the first expansion name to use only capitalized letters.

Gallery[edit | edit source]


Videos[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Blizzard Entertainment (2023-06-27). Announcing TITANS, Hearthstone’s Next Expansion!. PlayHearthstone. Retrieved on 2023-06-27.
  2. PlayHearthstone on Twitter. (2023-06-26).