|Set:||Kobolds & Catacombs|
Follows adventurers, seeking the ultimate time magic: the ability to reload.
How to get
- Each time the battlecry of Temporus triggers, 4 turns will be queued right after the current turn. So if player A played Temporus with Brann Bronzebeard, the following turns would be like (A-)B-B-A-A-B-B-A-A-B-A...
Temporus is very risky card in constructed due to most decks' capability to either kill the opponent with burst damage, given two turns free of interruptions, or build a threatening board to kill the opponent with during the second turn. However, it obviously has the advantage of back-to-back turns for the user. This can be used especially in one turn kill decks effectively. However, due to the risk a player must take, this is generally considered to not be worth it as priests also have access to safer combos.
One of the possibilities for a hit kill turn is to combine Temporus with Malygos. Prepare your board, then play Temporus. After your opponent is done, you'll have 2 turns to play Malygos and another turn for 2 Mind Blast, for a huge 20 damage.
- Mortal life: Fleeting, fragile, futile.
- Your days are done!
- The infinite dragonflight is a dragonflight formed from corrupted members of the bronze dragonflight. Their only goal is seemingly to destroy the one true timeway and to help the Old Gods bring about the Hour of Twilight. Their reasons for doing so are not entirely clear, but it is hinted at that it is to stop an even worse fate. The infinites are led by Murozond, the future corrupted version of the bronze Aspect Nozdormu.
- From the World of Warcraft Adventure Guide
- Although relatively young, Temporus was instrumental in identifying many of the Infinite Dragonflight's prime targets. As a reward, he was given the responsibility of destroying anyone who might attempt to interfere with the dragonflight's plans.
- Patch 10.0.0.22611 (2017-12-06): Added.