|Abilities:||Draw cards, Restore Health|
A grammatically awkward life saver.
How to get
|Lay on Hands||400||100|
|Golden Lay on Hands||1600||400|
- Regular Lay on Hands could also be obtained as a first-time reward for first time reaching Platinum 10 and Diamond 10 in Ranked mode from April 1, 2020 to March 25, 2021 (or as a reward of Climbing the Ranks (6/10) and (8/10) achievements).
- This spell has multiple steps:
Lay on Hands is a late-game oriented card. In most scenarios, it should be used after taking big damage from a player. This card is highly valued by some, not only for its game sustain, but for its draw power as well. Unfortunately this can often only prolong a lost game, but it is a great top deck for tricky situations.
The big healing effect can save some strong minions like Zandalari Templar.
You can always contour the high cost with Holy Wrath, specially if paired with Spell Damage, as it will probably nuke your opponent or destroy almost every minion. But be aware that this card is not so strong if you rely on its effect.
Lay on Hands is a paladin ability from World of Warcraft that heals the target for an amount equal to the casting paladin's health. One of the paladin's most infamous abilities, it is frequently used to save a target (often the paladin himself) from imminent death, effectively restarting the fight from full health. It has often been criticised for its power, largely by players not familiar with the other weaknesses of the paladin class, due to its ability to allow the paladin to apparently cheat death.
Both spells are based on the 'laying on of hands', a real-world ritual found in many faiths, which can take many different forms.
- The artwork for this card comes from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game "Worldbreaker" series, for the card Holy Light.