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1806 • FP1_022
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Dimensions: Full330 x 410px
Minion type:Demon
Cost:4 Mana icon.png
Attack:3 Attack icon.png
Health:4 Health
Artist:Robb Shoberg
Deathrattle: Put a random Demon from your hand into the battlefield.
Flavor text

"Void! Here, void! Here, buddy!"

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Deathrattle, Put into battlefield
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Demon-related, Random
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Voidcaller is a common warlock minion card, from the Naxxramas set.

How to get[]

Auto-detected sources
AdventureComplete the Warlock's class challenge in Curse of NaxxramasRegular2
Crafting40 dustdustRegular1
Crafting400 dustdustGolden1


  • By placing a Demon directly onto the battlefield, any Battlecry effects will not be activated. This can be very beneficial as most Demons' Battlecries have negative effects, such as damaging the warlock or discarding cards. This can allow the warlock to gain mana or card advantage and to gain access to powerful minions such as Pit Lord and Doomguard, without the balancing factor of their Battlecry drawbacks.
  • Because Voidcaller's Deathrattle does not activate until after it has died and been removed from the board, any Demons that are put into the hand during the process of killing the Voidcaller may be chosen by its Deathrattle to be put into the battlefield. For example, if the opponent kills your Voidcaller, activating your Duplicate, one of the two Voidcallers generated by the Secret may then be put into the battlefield by the Deathrattle of the original Voidcaller.[1]

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You can play cards like Dark Pact, Power Overwhelming, Sacrificial Pact, Shadowflame, Void Terror, Spiritsinger Umbra or Carnivorous Cube to trigger the effect early on your own turn.

Even if the player has no other demons in their hand (or their deck), the Voidcaller can be a useful 4-drop, due to its tendency to encourage the opponent to use Silences or Transforms to remove its Deathrattle. Since the opponent usually has no way of knowing what the warlock has in their hand, this can make it a reasonable Arena pick even with no other demons in the deck, acting to waste the opponent's valuable neutralisation spells.

This card matches well with Voidlord, making a huge Taunt minion in turn 4. Other demons that are advantageous to cheat out early are Mal'ganis and Fel Lord Betrug. In some decks like Cubelock and Control Warlock, Sense Demons is also used for higher chance of drawing this combo in early game.


From the void I come.
To the void.


  • The Voidcaller's art was originally used for Voidwalker, but was replaced during the game's alpha by that card's current art as it was felt to better depict the classic Voidwalker image.
  • The artwork for this card comes from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game "The Hunt for Illidan" series, for the card Velnoth.


Voidcaller, full art

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