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Fjola Lightbane
2748 • AT_129
Regular
AT 129.png
Dimensions: Full330 x 410px
Golden
AT 129 Premium1.png
Dimensions: Full330 x 410px
Elite
Set:The Grand TournamentThe Grand Tournament
Type:Minion
Class:NeutralNeutral
Rarity:LegendaryLegendary
Cost:3 Mana icon.png
Attack:3 Attack icon.png
Health:4 Health
Artist:Mark Zug
Voice actor:D.B. Cooper
Whenever you target this minion with a spell, gain Divine Shield.
Flavor text

LOVES being called "the wonder twins".

Keywords
TRIGGER_VISUAL
Referenced tags
DIVINE_SHIELD
Full tags
RARITY=5 CLASS=12 COLLECTIBLE=1 ELITE=1 COST=3 HEALTH=4 ATK=3 CARDTYPE=4 ENCHANTMENT_BIRTH_VISUAL=0 ENCHANTMENT_IDLE_VISUAL=0 DIVINE_SHIELD=1 TRIGGER_VISUAL=1
Wiki tags
None
Wiki referenced tags
Divine Shield-granting, Spell-related, Triggered effect
External links

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Fjola Lightbane is a legendary neutral minion card, from the Grand Tournament set.

How to get[]

Auto-detected sources
TypeSourcePremiumQ.
Card packs
The Grand Tournament Pack
Wild Pack
Regular, Golden1
Crafting1600 dustdustRegular1
Crafting3200 dustdustGolden1

Notes[]

  • This minion's triggered effect only activates from being specifically targeted by a spell from the controlling player. Area of effect spells will not activate it.[1]
  • Like all spell-triggered effects, this minion's effect takes place before the triggering spell completes. For example, casting LegacyInner Rage on this minion will result in it gaining Divine Shield, then losing it due to the damage from Inner Rage, without taking damage.[2] Additionally, LegacyCounterspell will not prevent this trigger.[3]

Strategy[]

Strong with classes that have a lot of minion buffing cards (priest, paladin, druid). A potentially good target for Spare Parts buffs.

One of the stronger combos is Fjola Lightbane + LegacyMark of the Wild, yielding a 5/6 minion with Taunt and Divine Shield for only 5 mana — effectively a stronger and cheaper LegacySunwalker, at the cost of burning an extra card.

Sounds[]

Play
Attack
Death


Lore[]

Fjola Lightbane in World of Warcraft

"Only by working together will you defeat the final challenge. From the depths of Icecrown come two of the Scourge's most powerful lieutenants -- fierce val'kyr, winged harbingers of the Lich King!
LegacyTirion Fordring

Fjola is the twin of The Grand TournamentEydis Darkbane, two val'kyr who together feature as the Twin Val'kyr, an encounter in the Argent Tournament's Trial of the Crusader raid.

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"The Twin Val'kyr, Fjola Lightbane and Eydis Darkbane, are a pair making up the fourth (and ostensibly final) encounter in the Trial of the Crusader raid. They both share the same health pool much like the Twin Emperors. Fjola and Eydis are two very powerful val'kyr that were originally sent by the Lich King along with their Vengeful Val'kyr army to disrupt, destroy, and terrorize the Argent Tournament and its citizens. But during this attack Argent Confessor Paletress comes to the defense of the tournament and battles the twins. Paletress is victorious, and Fjola and Eydis are captured. Their bonds are maintained by Priestess Alorah and Priest Grimmin. They later appear as the "final" challenge of the coliseum after the raid has defeated the Faction Champions.

Trivia[]

  • Despite their obvious lore connection and significant card similarities (both 3 mana 3/4 legendary minions with very similar triggered effects), Fjola and The Grand TournamentEydis Darkbane have no specific synergy, aside from both fitting well in decks with lots of spells that target friendly minions.
  • "You have been measured and found wanting" is a modified quote from the 2001 film A Knight's Tale, which in turn references Daniel 5:27 in the Bible. It essentially means that someone is not acceptable; there is something lacking from their character.

Gallery[]

Fjola Lightbane, full art

Patch changes[]

The Grand Tournament logo.png Patch 3.0.0.9786 (2015-08-18): Added.

References[]

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