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Glowfly Swarm
Regular
Glowfly Swarm
Gold
Golden Glowfly Swarm
Set:Ashes of OutlandAshes of Outland
Type:Spell
Class:DruidDruid
Rarity:EpicEpic
Cost:5 Mana icon.png
Abilities:Summon
Wiki tags:Beast-generating, Hand-related, Spell-related
Artist:Max Grecke
Summon a 2/2 Glowfly for each spell in your hand.
Flavor text

Glowflies are distant relations to spelling bees.

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Glowfly Swarm is an epic druid spell card, from the Ashes of Outland set.

How to get[]

Glowfly Swarm can be obtained through Ashes of Outland card packs, through crafting, or as an Arena reward. Regular Glowfly Swarm can also be obtained through the Highest Rank Bonus chest at the end of a Ranked season.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Glowfly Swarm 400 100
Golden Glowfly Swarm 1600 400

Summoned minions[]

Glowfly(211074).png

Strategy[]

Glowfly Swarm is a essential in Spell Druid decks with a deck. If played on curve, it will be super efficient in terms of stats for its 5 mana providing up to 14/14 worth of stats in terms. Spell-focused Aggro Druids can also benefit from Glowfly Swarm as another Force of Nature, even if they don't get all 7 minions. If left unanswered, Power of the Wild, Savage Roar, Blessing of the Ancients, Gift of the Wild, and Mark of the Lotus turn a board of tokens into very powerful minions capable of destroying the enemy hero quickly.

Soul of the Forest provides your tokens an additional token with the same stats essentially providing two lives of each token.

Lore[]

Glowflies are a subspecies of Firefly.

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Fireflies are glowing, winged insect creatures found in Azeroth, Outland, and Draenor. Adventurers hunt them for their beautiful diaphanous wings.
Commonly used by sporelingss as a light source as they navigate the waterways of Zangarmarsh, this luminescent insect helps them avoid the dangerous bogflare needlers. Scholars have debated at length about how fireflies glow, but the leading hypothesis is "magic". They feed on small leaves and grass, but one species is known to consume purple flowers and nectar to retain a deep violet glow.
Glowflies use their luminescent to attract mates, while waterflies use the surface of water to reflect the light from their abdomen to attract their mates. On very rare occasions glowflies synchronize their flashing creating a spectacular sight for any adventurer lucky enough to catch this phenomenon. Some species native to the Jade Forest are attracted to the latent energy in shrines.

Gallery[]

Glowfly Swarm, full art

Patch changes[]