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Myra Rotspring
48159 • BOT_243
Regular
BOT 243.png
Dimensions: Full330 x 410px
Golden
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Dimensions: Full330 x 410px
Elite
Set:The Boomsday ProjectThe Boomsday Project
Type:Minion
Class:RogueRogue
Rarity:LegendaryLegendary
Cost:5 Mana icon.png
Attack:4 Attack icon.png
Health:2 Health
Artist:Slawomir Maniak
Battlecry: Discover a Deathrattle minion. Also gain its Deathrattle.
Flavor text

On her first day on the job, Myra removed the smoke detectors.

Keywords
BATTLECRY
Referenced tags
DEATHRATTLE
Boolean tags
COLLECTIBLE DISCOVER ELITE USE_DISCOVER_VISUALS
Wiki tags
Battlecry, Copy, Discover
Wiki referenced tags
Deathrattle-generating, Deathrattle-granting
External links

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For the boss of the same name, see Myra Rotspring.

Myra Rotspring is a legendary rogue minion card, from The Boomsday Project set.

How to get[]

Auto-detected sources
TypeSourcePremiumQ.
Card packs
The Boomsday Project Pack
Wild Pack
Regular, Golden1~2
Crafting1600 dustdustRegular1
Crafting3200 dustdustGolden1

Strategy[]

While Myra has subpar stats for her cost, her true potential lies in her Battlecry. It's important to choose a Deathrattle that is both strong when paired with Myra's initial body, but also a good minion to have in your hand. Decent options include but are far from limited to Khartut Defender for a good on-curve heal, Anub'arak for instant board presence and endless value, or Mechanical Whelp for a huge threat.

Myra can be combined with Necrium Blade and Necrium Vial for further value, both being a target herself and giving you more targets in the future.

Sounds[]

Summon
Attack
Death

Lore[]

Myra is unique to Hearthstone.

*** Begin Myra Rotspring Transcript ***
Recording Mech Unit: F7HL-LUM1
Yes, yes. You came from Flark’s shack of a workshop, didn’t you? You reek of explosives. And those abominable peppers.
You’re here for yet another status update, no? No need to explain—it’s obvious. Dr. Boom should come examine my experiments for himself some time. What’s the worst that could happen? I’m dead, and it doesn’t bother me at all.
::F7HL-LUM1 query::
Poisons? Oh, darling, I’m well beyond poisons now. I’ve transcended poison. I’ve found something ever so much more interesting: Necrium!
::F7HL-LUM1 query::
It’s a new element! I must conduct more experiments to divine its true nature, but I suspect that it is an elementary particle of death itself. It’s surprisingly versatile—I can already see so many applications: weapons, poisons, more weapons, toothpaste, artificial flavorings, undergarments, dietary supplements, clocks with alarms that go off only when your “time is up”. The possibilities are endless.
::F7HL-LUM1 disturbed query::
THERE’S NO PROBLEM! Well, there is a small problem. It’s unstable. Terribly, terribly unstable. At the best of times it’s a tricky element that can warp the mind. Hands-on research is the most efficient, but when exposed to the raw element, my assistants age through their entire lives in the blink of an eye—and they aren’t even courteous enough to get up again after they expire. It’s exasperating! Working alone has been slowing my research tremendously.
:::F7HL-LUM1 matter of fact beep::
Of course! That’s the answer! Keep them alive! Why didn’t I think of that? Tell Boom to send me another assistant as soon as he can.
Hm. Wait. Make that two. . . just in case.
*** End Myra Rotspring Transcript ***[1]

Gallery[]

Myra Rotspring, full art

Patch changes[]

References[]

 
  1. Daxxarri (2018-07-23). The Boomsday Project: Lab Logs Part 2. Retrieved on 2018-07-23.
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