Voyage to the Sunken City

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Voyage to the Sunken City is Hearthstone's 20th expansion, featuring new 135 collectible cards released on April 12, 2022.[1] The expansion depicts an underwater expedition down to the ancient city of Zin-Azshari led by Voyage to the Sunken CityAmbassador Faelin, who hired Sir Finley and Voyage to the Sunken CityIni Stormcoil to aid him to return to his former home for personal purposes.

Voyage to the Sunken City features 2 new keywords, Colossal and Dredge, a new permanent minion type Naga, as well as bunch of cards with deck manipulation mechanic to take advantage of the keyword Dredge.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Voyage to the Sunken City 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]

Voyage to the Sunken City card set features 135 collectible cards, which can be recognized with a special watermark (the Naga-swirl symbol) behind the card text, not found on other cards.

The Mini-set, Throne of the Tides, is also considered to be part of the Voyage to the Sunken City set, and all 35 cards are categorized as "New Cards" in Collection manager.

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Demon Hunter

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Themes[edit | edit source]

New minion type: Naga[edit | edit source]

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Destroyed by their thirst for power, and cursed for all eternity, the vengeful Naga are a new minion type coming with this expansion and becoming a permanent addition to Hearthstone. The Naga are a spell-focused minion type that tend to give bonuses for playing spells while the Naga are in your hand.[1]

New keyword: Colossal[edit | edit source]

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The ocean floor is home to many massive monsters unlike anything you’ve seen before. These giant creatures are too big to fit on one card! Minions with the Colossal keyword come with extra appendages that synergize with their main body in powerful ways. These appendages are summoned with the main body, even if the Colossal minion wasn’t played from hand.[1]

New keyword: Dredge[edit | edit source]

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Don’t you hate it when the one card you need is at the very bottom of your deck? Not any more! Dredge is a new keyword that lets you look at the bottom three cards of your deck and pick one to bubble up to the top of your deck. You can combine these Dredge cards with new Azsharan cards that send a powerful “Sunken” card to the bottom of your deck. Whether it’s sunken treasures, your cool new Legendary, or a well-timed damage spell, Dredge can help you get just what you need.[1]

Azsharan Treasures[edit | edit source]

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Azsharan Treasures are cards that put a Sunken card on the bottom of your deck, which is a more powerful version of them. They represent the Zin-Azshari during its glory days.[2]

Lore[edit | edit source]

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Description[edit | edit source]

Nazjatar is a dangerous and beautiful place, filled with coral forests and unfathomable deep-sea creatures skittering through passageways and clinging to rockfaces. Secrets that have remained submerged for millennia are now exposed to the surface world, including the ancient ruins of Zin-Azshari, the once-glorious capital of the kaldorei. Further in the depths, the beautiful and terrible city of the naga — and the palace of the Queen of Tides herself — awaits.

History and politics[edit | edit source]

Ruins of Zin-Azshari.

The city was constructed following the events of the Great Sundering, when the remaining Highborne were transformed into naga. Under the direction of their ever-pragmatic Queen Azshara and Ashes of OutlandLady Vashj, they set about constructing a new capital beneath the waves of the Great Sea, where Zin-Azshari and the Well of Eternity were once located. Thus, Nazjatar was created, and Azshara knew that one day her empire under the sea would eclipse even that of the ancient night elves.

The naga of Nazjatar are masters of sorcery and natural dwellers of the ocean deeps. The naga reinforcements sent to Azuremyst Isle for Warlord Sriss'tiz came directly from Nazjatar.

While the Alliance struck a decisive blow to the Horde in the Battle of Dazar'alor, it was not without some casualties. With both sides reeling from the events and healing their wounds, the naga made their move and begin striking against the two. Taking any remaining ships, the Horde and the Alliance set sail and arrive in the ancient land of Nazjatar: the land of the naga and the location of Azshara's seat of power, her Eternal Palace, where they will face Queen Azshara herself.

Warchief LegacySylvanas Windrunner devised a plan to finally destroy the Alliance and end the war. For that outcome, she sent a fleet to the high seas from Zuldazar, led by Nathanos Blightcaller alongside Lor'themar Theron and First Arcanist Thalyssra. Sylvanas gave Nathanos the blade of Voyage to the Sunken CityXal'atath to guide them to the rendezvous point. After finding out about it, the Alliance sent another fleet led by Lord Admiral Hero SkinsJaina Proudmoore alongside The WitchwoodGenn Greymane and Scholomance AcademyShandris Feathermoon to chase them. It was at the rendezvous point that Queen Azshara used the Voyage to the Sunken CityTidestone of Golganneth to open the seas making the two fleets wreck into the reefs of Nazjatar.

In Hearthstone[edit | edit source]

Expansion overview[edit | edit source]

Dive into a scientific excursion under the sea! We set off in search of powerful sunken treasures, massive sea monsters, and the mysterious inhabitants of the lost ancient city of Zin-Azshari. Get ready to make huge waves on this Voyage to the Sunken City!

Blog overview[edit | edit source]

Calling all adventurers! We’re preparing for an underwater expedition down to the ancient city of Zin-Azshari. The long-lost city is home to beautiful sights and terrifying danger. Look out for Colossal sea creatures, schools of ravenous swarmers, and the territorial Naga. Brave this danger and who knows what mysteries you’ll Dredge up from the depths! Secure your snorkel and fasten your flippers. Soon, we will depart on our Voyage to the Sunken City.

History[edit | edit source]

On March 7th, 2022, Blizzard revealed several upcoming announcements for the Warcraft franchise, including Hearthstone's next expansion and Core set to be revealed on March 15th.[3] However, on the 14th it was announced that the Hearthstone announcement was being moved to March 17th instead.[4]

On March 16th, the official Hearthstone twitter posted a short video of the porthole of a submarine passing by various locations, with the accompanying text "It's almost time to set sail, adventurers!"[5] Shortly afterwards, information about the expansion was mistakenly uploaded to Google Play a day early, revealing the expansion's name and pre-order hero.[6]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Voyage to the Sunken City cinematic is the first trailer to feature neither a lyrical song nor narration, instead being electronic dance music.
  • Voyage to the Sunken City cinematic was made by Mooncolony.[7]
  • Among the first expansions of each year, Voyage to the Sunken City is the first to be announced before the year's theme is revealed.
  • The flavor text of United in StormwindDruid of the Reef (“Wow, there’s a whole sunken city down here!”) was an early reference to this expansion.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Cinematic trailer
Concept designs

Videos[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Blizzard Entertainment (2022-03-17). Announcing Voyage to the Sunken City, Hearthstone’s Next Expansion!. PlayHearthstone. Retrieved on 2022-03-18.
  2. PlayHearthstone (2022-03-21). Hearthside Chat – Voyage to the Sunken City Roundtable (6:37). YouTube. Retrieved on 2022-03-26.
  3. Blizzard Entertainment (2022-03-07). Save the Date — The Future of Warcraft. Retrieved on 2022-03-16.
  4. Hearthstone on Twitter. (2022-03-14). 
  5. Hearthstone on Twitter. (2022-03-16). 
  6. (2022-03-16). Hearthstone's Next Expansion is Voyage to the Sunken City. Retrieved on 2022-03-16.
  7. Mooncolony (2022-03-37). Voyage to the Sunken City | Hearthstone 2.5D Cinematic. Retrieved on 2022-04-04.