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Sul'thraze(90146) Gold.png
Set: Rastakhan's Rumble
Type: Weapon
Class: Warrior
Rarity: Epic
Cost: 6 Mana icon.png
Attack: 4 Weapon-attack.png
Durability: 4 Weapon-durability.png
Abilities: Overkill
Artist: Jason Kang

Overkill: You may attack again.

“Griftah here with de Sul’chop. One chop, you get four damage. Two chops, eight damage - you gonna change de way you fight."

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Sul'thraze is an epic warrior weapon card, from the Rastakhan's Rumble set.

How to get[edit | edit source]

Sul'thraze can be obtained through Rastakhan's Rumble card packs, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Sul'thraze 400 100
Golden Sul'thraze 1600 400

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • If you activate Sul'thraze's Overkill effect then equip another weapon, you may attack again.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

This weapon is on paper nearly identical to Fool's Bane in function, but has the advantage of being able to hit the enemy Hero. Due to this difference, Sul'thraze is more suitable in more aggressive decks that are looking to push for damage without getting walled out by smaller Taunt minions with the flexibility of removing a few weakened minions to control the board than strict board control.

Has synergy with Heroic Strike, which increases the threshold of its Overkill effect while still being able to deliver a powerful blow to the hero afterwards.

Lore[edit | edit source]

Wowpedia icon.pngThis section uses content from Wowpedia.
Sul'thraze the Lasher, the Splitblade of Suffering, is a two-handed sword.
Sul'thraze the Lasher is created by combining two rare swords from Zul'Farrak, Jang'thraze the Protector and Sang'thraze the Deflector, using Call of Sul'thraze.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Sul'thraze, full art
An earlier version of Sul'thraze's card art featured floating skulls that had to be removed in the final version.[1]

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Jason Kang (2018-11-30). Hearthstone: Rastakhan's Rumble. ArtStation. Retrieved on 2018-11-30.