Amara, Warden of Hope

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Amara, Warden of Hope
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Set: Journey to Un'Goro
Type: Minion
Class: Priest
Cost: 5 Mana icon.png
Attack: 8 Attack icon.png
Health: 8 Health
Abilities: Battlecry, Set attribute, Taunt
Tags: Quest-generated
Artist: Konstantin Turovec

Battlecry: Set your hero's Health to 40.

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Amara, Warden of Hope is an uncollectible minion, generated by Awaken the Makers, from the Journey to Un'Goro set.

For more information, see Awaken the Makers.

Generated by[edit | edit source]

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Notes[edit | edit source]

Amara's effect sets both the health and the maximum health of the player's hero to 40, regardless of what health total and maximum health the hero was at before Amara was played.[1]

For more notes on Amara's effect, see Awaken the Makers#Notes.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

You are safe now.
Be still!

Lore[edit | edit source]

Amara is unique to Hearthstone. She appears to be one of the titanic watchers charged with watching over Un'Goro Crater, originally created to serve as the "experimental ground" of the titans.

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Titanic watchers (or simply watchers or sentinels) are the first generation of titan-forged. Most of them would later be tasked with the protection of specific places. The titan-forged were divided into the aesir, made of metal and masters of storms, and the vanir, made of stone and masters of earth. A few are also made of ivory. After they destroyed the Black Empire, they participated in the ordering of Azeroth along with their brethren.

Amara appears to be similar to Nablya, a titanic watcher and apprentice of the titan Khaz'goroth that adventurers encounter in Un'Goro in World of Warcraft.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • "Amāra" means "immortal" or "deathless" in Sanskrit.[2]
  • There was a bug that caused playing Amara with Auchenai Soulpriest or Embrace the Shadow to destroy her hero.[3] Like Alexstrasza, Amara's card text says "set" Health and not "restore" Health, and therefore shouldn't have any interaction with cards that convert healing into damage. This issue was fixed with Patch, and she now correctly sets the hero's health to 40. [4]
    • It appears that the reason for this bug was that Amara would first set the hero's health to 40, and then heal for 40. Because of this, if the player had a Bolf Ramshield, they will take no damage, because Bolf would intercept the 40 damage. The current Health would remain the same, while the maximum Health would increase to 40.[5]
  • There was also a bug that caused Amara to deal damage to a Ragnaros hero after Ragnaros' Health is raised from 8 to 15 by Alexstrasza. [6]. This bug was fixed in the same patch.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Amara, Warden of Hope, full art

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]