Pogo-Hopper (Battlegrounds)

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BG Regular
Pogo-Hopper (Battlegrounds).png
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Pogo-Hopper(89844) Gold.png
BG Gold
Pogo-Hopper (Battlegrounds, golden).png
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Set: Battlegrounds
Tier: 2 Star.png
Type: Minion
Minion type: Mech
Class: Rogue
Rarity: Rare
Cost: 1 Mana icon.png
Attack: 1 Attack icon.png
Health: 1 Health
Abilities: Battlecry, Increment attribute
Artist: Matt Dixon

Battlecry: Gain +2/+2 for each other Pogo-Hopper you played this game.

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Pogo-Hopper was a Tier 2 minion in the Battlegrounds game mode.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Pogo-Hopper was one of the hardest cards to play in the game because its buff was heavily dependent on rolling itself multiple times. Pogo-Hopper builds were very RNG-reliant, and other scaling minions like Wrath Weaver and Rabid Saurolisk are easier to buff. On top of this, you were need to stay in Tier 2 in order to maximize your chances of finding Pogo-Hoppers, which will lower the damage you dealt to heroes.

The best hero who could pull off a Pogo-Hopper build was Jandice Barov, who could swap a Pogo-Hopper every turn to continuously scale it while also stacking the accumulating buffs into a single Pogo-Hopper. Other heroes who could use Pogo-Hoppers well are Shudderwock, who could double the Battlecry buff on each Pogo-Hopper to help them scale faster, and Aranna Starseeker and Dinotamer Brann, who could find Pogo-Hoppers more reliably.

Once you had a well-scaled Pogo-Hopper, giving it Divine Shield with Selfless Hero or Annoy-o-Module made it effective in the late game.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Pogo-Hopper, full art

Patch changes[edit | edit source]