Boss starts with Beram Skychaser and equipped Runespear while the player starts with Magatha Grimtotem and equipped Gorehowl. After Beram and Magatha bless the weapons, they leave the board, and the weapons are destroyed.
The player always draws the cards on first ten turns in next order:
If any of these cards were got on mulligan or drawn earlier using other cards, the player will draw a random card instead on respective turn. The cards above may be one of these randomly drawed cards; it leads to another random draw at turns 1-10 accordingly.
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Garrosh Hellscream (present)
Thrall's advisors had promised to support me, but instead they turned on me the moment the Warchief was gone.
One of them, Cairne Bloodhoof, was so bold as to challenge me to a Mak'gora… a duel for leadership of the Horde.
Cairne Bloodhoof was the Chief of the united tribes of the tauren, chieftain of the Bloodhoof, leader of Thunder Bluff, and the final wielder of the Bloodhoof Runespear. Allying with the Horde upon its arrival on the shores of Kalimdor, Cairne stood as one of its wisest and most venerated leaders, until his unfortunate death in a duel against Garrosh Hellscream, the new Warchief of the Horde.
Each combatant is allowed one weapon and no armor. Cairne takes up his Bloodhoof Runespear, a sacred weapon of the Bloodhoof chieftains, while Garrosh carries Gorehowl, the axe that belonged to his father, Grom Hellscream. The weapons are blessed by shaman; Gorehowl is blessed by Magatha Grimtotem, who seems approving of the new Warchief. At first gaining the upper hand, the Runespear is shattered by Gorehowl and Cairne takes a glancing slash in the chest. Cairne suddenly becomes faint and unable to raise what remained of his Runespear to defend himself, and he realizes that Magatha has poisoned Garrosh's weapon. Cairne's last thought is a lament - that he, who had lived with honor, would die betrayed, just as the howling axe of Hellscream slices into his neck. The tauren leader dies before he even hits the ground.