Krag'wa has a ritual to honor his friends and a ritual to devour his enemies. No one can tell them apart.
CLASS=8 COLLECTIBLE=1 RARITY=5 CARDTYPE=4 COST=6 ATK=4 HEALTH=6 ELITE=1 CARDRACE=20 BATTLECRY=1
How to get
|Card packs||Regular, Golden||1|
- Krag'wa returns spells played last turn in a random order back to the hand.
Krag'wa can be used to refill your hand with spells once you've used most of your spells. Examples of this being useful include:
- Additional burn damage with , or more spells to summon another Malygos from your hand
- Several overload synergies to give your weapon +2 attack, trigger effects
- More board-clearing spells, or minion-buffing spells, such as or
- Healing cards for surviving longer, such as
Overall, Krag'wa is a very strong value card for spell-oriented Shaman decks.
- ▶️ A quick snack.
- ▶️ <death sound>
- Krag'wa the Huge is a frog loa worshiped by the Zandalari. He can be found at Krag'wa's Burrow located in the Frogmarsh in Nazmir. Krag'wa is a physically powerful loa, able to leap long distances and use his weight and tongue to devastate scores of enemies. He is also quite impulsive and demanding, requesting large amounts of offerings and food from his followers. He appears to be the father of the dire toads that inhabit the swamps of Zandalar.
- During the development of Rastakhan's Rumble, Krag'wa was at one point planned to be the loa for the warrior team in place of Akali, with one iteration being an 8-mana 7/7 minion with "Battlecry: Draw the 3 highest Cost minions from your deck". The shaman team were instead planned to worship Bethekk, the Panther as their loa. However, Team 5 ultimately decided to cut Bethekk and move Krag'wa to the shaman team instead as they felt that they already had a lot of big cats with Halazzi and Shirvallah and frogs were "a little bit sillier and funnier than panthers". In terms of gameplay, the original design for Bethekk was deemed too extreme, so Krag'wa was designed to instead have a more midrange-oriented card-generating ability.
- Patch 22.214.171.124845 (2018-11-29): Added.
- Cam Shea (2019-02-04). Hearthstone: Peter Whalen and Dean Ayala on Designing Key Rastakhan Cards. IGN. Retrieved on 2019-02-06.