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Conjurer's Calling
Regular
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Gold
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Twinspell
Destroy a minion. Summon 2 minions of the same Cost to replace it.
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Conjurer's Calling is a rare mage spell card, from the Rise of Shadows set.

How to get[]

Conjurer's Calling can be obtained through Rise of Shadows card packs, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Conjurer's Calling 100 20
Golden Conjurer's Calling 800 100

Generated spell[]

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Notes[]

  • This card's effect destroys a minion, resolving the minion's Deathrattle effect if any,[1] then summons two random minions of the same Cost for the owner's side.

Strategy[]

Conjurer's Calling has similar applications to Evolve, and can be used to turn a low-stat minion into two minions with potentially better stats. Since it has Twinspell, it's a very value-efficient card and can be used to reroll a bad minion once more. Khadgar is extremely effective with this card, summoning 4 minions for the price of 4 mana. It can also be used as a Deathrattle activator for cards like Scarab Egg or Mechanical Whelp.

In an emergency, this can be used to destroy a minion that would be extremely dangerous to leave alive the next turn, like Doomsayer or Kalecgos. This can also be used to remove buffs from a minion such as multiple Magnetic attachments, leaving behind something much more manageable.

Note that if you use this card on a Mountain Giant, it can summon either another Mountain Giant, an Arcane Giant, or a Grave Horror. This has a good chance of summoning a large body with Taunt when needed.

Gallery[]

Conjurer's Calling, full art

Patch changes[]

References[]

 
  1. That's what you get for picking devil's card. (August 4, 2019). Retrieved on 2019-08-04.
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