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The closest thing Hearthstone has to multi-classing.

Thief Rogue (or Burgle Rogue) is a Rogue deck type which focuses on acquiring cards from other classes to augment their own. While most of these cards were used in various other Rogue decks, Thief Rogue as an archetype was pushed in The Witchwood with The WitchwoodTess Greymane and The WitchwoodSpectral Cutlass, followed by Rise of Shadows. In the Year of the Dragon Standard, these decks rely on Rise of ShadowsUnderbelly Fence and Rise of ShadowsVendetta to push early game tempo, a powered up The WitchwoodSpectral Cutlass for damage, healing, and board control, and The WitchwoodTess Greymane as a late-game finisher. Saviors of Uldum gave it a Quest card to go with it to make the archetype even stronger.

Thief Rogue loses a lot of impact when facing against other Rogues, since many abilities focus on cards from different classes.

Should a Thief Rogue steal a Hero card from another class, their Rogue cards will be considered "from a different class" instead.

Common cards[]

The following cards are usually in the deck.

Core cards[]

The following cards are played in most or all versions of the deck:

Backstab
Preparation
Bazaar Burglary
Bloodsail Flybooter
Dragon's Hoard
Pharaoh Cat
Underbelly Fence
Clever Disguise
SI:7 Agent
EVIL Miscreant
Hench-Clan Burglar
Vendetta
Bazaar Mugger

Optional Cards[]

The following cards are played more than occasionally, but not always:

Shadowstep
Deadly Poison
Pilfer
Togwaggle's Scheme
Ambush
Bamboozle
Dirty Tricks
EVIL Cable Rat
Loot Hoarder
Shadowjeweler Hanar
Blade Flurry
Edwin VanCleef
Captain Greenskin
Gadgetzan Auctioneer
Heistbaron Togwaggle
Tak Nozwhisker
Siamat
Sprint

Wild cards[]

Wild icon.pngThis section concerns content exclusive to Wild format.

Wild cards that fit well into this deck type:

Swashburglar
Patches the Pirate
Hallucination
Undercity Huckster
Cavern Shinyfinder
Toxicologist
Lab Recruiter
Pick Pocket
Cutthroat Buccaneer
Witch's Cauldron
Shaku, the Collector
Drakkari Trickster
Raiding Party
Burgle
Blink Fox
Face Collector
Academic Espionage
Walk the Plank
Spectral Cutlass
Witchwood Piper
Weaponized Piñata
Tomb Pillager
Elven Minstrel
Ticket Scalper
Spirit of the Shark
Lilian Voss
Tinker's Sharpsword Oil
Obsidian Shard
Ethereal Peddler
Vilespine Slayer
Elise the Trailblazer
Myra's Unstable Element
Zilliax
Trade Prince Gallywix
Tess Greymane
The Lich King
Captain Hooktusk
Nefarian
Valeera the Hollow
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