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Crazed Alchemist
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Dimensions: Full330 x 410px
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Cost:2 Mana icon.png
Attack:2 Attack icon.png
Health:2 Health
Artist:Tom Fleming
Battlecry: Swap the Attack and Health of a minion.
Flavor text

"You'll love my new recipe!" he says... especially if you're not happy with your current number of limbs.

Full tags
Wiki tags
Battlecry, Set attribute, Swap attribute
Wiki referenced tags
Attack-related, Health-related, Targeted
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Crazed Alchemist is a rare neutral minion card, inducted into the Legacy set, formerly from the Classic set.

Other versions[]

How to get[]

Auto-detected sources
Card packs
Classic Pack
Wild Pack
Golden Classic Pack
Regular, Golden1~2
Crafting100 dustdustRegular1
Crafting800 dustdustGolden1

Core set[]

Two copies of regular CoreCrazed Alchemist are obtained for raising sum of all your class levels to 42.

Two copies of golden Crazed Alchemist (Core) are obtained for winning 1000 games across all classes.

Crazed Alchemist (Core) is uncraftable and cannot be crafted or disenchanted.

Previous availability[]


  • The Battlecry works by taking the minion's current Attack and Health values, and creating an enchantment specifically granting the minion the opposite values.
  • If a minion is damaged, its current Health will become its new Attack, rather than its maximum Health. Its current Attack will then become its both current and maximum Health, and it will no longer be damaged.
  • Swapping stats will incorporate all stat-changing enchantments (ie; buffs and debuffs) into the minion's new stats. This includes both permanent changes (ex: +3 health from a LegacyTemple Enforcer), persistent buffs (ie; stat boosts from being Enraged), and temporary "this turn" (ex: -2 attack from Goblins vs GnomesShrinkmeister) effects. For example, a 1/3 minion boosted to 4/3 by LegacyRockbiter Weapon will become a 3/4 minion.
  • Swapped minions with temporary buffs (ex; from an LegacyAbusive Sergeant) will not lose stats when the buff expires.
  • Boosts from auras will be incorporated into the new stats then subject to the aura a second time. For example, a player has a 3/1 minion on the board that is temporarily boosted to 4/2 due to the presence of a LegacyStormwind Champion. When swapped its stats will permanently become 2/4 with a further temporary boost to 3/5 due to the Stormwind Champion's aura.
  • For purposes of Enrage mechanics, a minion whose stats are swapped is considered to no longer be wounded and is therefore not enraged. If wounded again the minion will Enrage as normal.
  • Using the Battlecry on a minion with 0 Attack will set the minion's Health to 0, destroying it. This works even when the minion is protected by Divine Shield. This will not work when performing a double-battlecry due to The League of ExplorersBrann Bronzebeard as the target minion will swap back to its original health before dying.
  • Silencing a minion with swapped stats will return them to their original state.


The Crazed Alchemist is a versatile card that can be used both offensively and defensively. For example, a player can utilize the Crazed Alchemist's Battlecry on their LegacyOasis Snapjaw to deal some unexpected damage, or on zero-Attack minions such as LegacyDoomsayer and LegacyNat Pagle as a form of removal.

Crazed Alchemist can also be used in conjunction with Kobolds & CatacombsMarin the Fox, as it can instantly kill the treasure chest without needing to deal 8 damage to it, it can also serve as a back-up The Boomsday ProjectTopsy Turvy in combo decks for when Knights of the Frozen ThroneNerubian Unraveler, NaxxramasLoatheb, or The WitchwoodRebuke is played to prevent the combo.




The Crazed Alchemist resembles the Forsaken Royal Apothecary Society in World of Warcraft.

Wowpedia icon.pngThis section uses content from Wowpedia.
When people think of witch doctors, they usually don’t think of Forsaken. However, Forsaken are some of the most skilled alchemists on Azeroth, and while they don’t entreat voodoo spirits for help and don’t call their craft “mojo,” they still possess tricks to make their brews especially potent. These Forsaken call themselves apothecaries.
The iconic apothecary is a withered Forsaken standing in a laboratory. Beakers and cauldrons bubble and spew horrible vapors into the air.



Crazed Alchemist, full art

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