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Wardruid Loti
Choose One - Transform into one of Loti's four dinosaur forms.
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“Pretty scary”
“Is that a thing?”
“….now you’re just making those up.”

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For the boss of the same name, see Wardruid Loti (boss).

Wardruid Loti is a legendary druid minion card, from the Rastakhan's Rumble set.

How to get[]

Wardruid Loti can be obtained through Rastakhan's Rumble card packs, or through crafting.

Card Crafting cost Disenchanting
Wardruid Loti 1600 400
Golden Wardruid Loti 3200 1600

Choose One cards[]

Resulting minions
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Wardruid Loti(90228).png
Wardruid Loti(90225).png
Wardruid Loti(90227).png


If played while in control of Fandral Staghelm or Ossirian Tear, all four Choose One options will be chosen, resulting in the below minion.

Wardruid Loti(90224).png


Wardruid Loti offers extreme versatility on one card. While individually the forms are rather below average, they can be used for all kinds of situations.

  • Ankylodon is comparable to Crypt Lord, but without the health-boosting effect. While it won't usually trade favorably with its low Attack, having an extra wall helps when you need to survive just a little bit longer.
  • Pterrordax is comparable to Dalaran Mage. Although the statline is poor, she helps squeeze in extra damage to clear with cards like Swipe when you need it most.
  • Ravasaur is comparable to Giant Wasp. While technically weaker, having 1 less Attack usually does not matter since the Poisonous aspect will take care of any minion.
  • Sabertusk is comparable to Druid of the Scythe. Useful when you need a 4-damage removal.

Her power jumps up several levels if you can play her with Ossirian Tear or Fandral Staghelm, creating an incredibly overstatted minion with several keywords attached. It also allows for strategies not normally possible like using it for hard removal with Poisonous and Rush or as a "passive" Spell Damage booster with Stealth.




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Wardruid Loti is a member of the Zanchuli Council and the high priestess of Gonk. She is married to Hexlord Raal, the high priest of Pa'ku.
Beloved by the youth of Zandalar, Wardruid Loti earned her place on the Zanchuli Council through the demands of the next generation of warriors and hunters. Some credit the decision of Gonk to allow the Zandalari the worship of many loa, not just himself. This progressive movement, championed in voice by Loti, aided in the resurgence of druidism as a cultural mainstay of Zandalar.

In Hearthstone lore, Loti serves as the champion of Gonk's Raptors, the druid team in Rastakhan's Rumble.

Loti keeps her distance from the other Rumble competitors, preferring the company of her dinosaur loa Gonk and other scaled companions. Druids will discover that she’s a master of shapeshifting and claw-to-hand combat.[1]
Rikkar thought Gonk and Wardruid Loti were examples of inspiring contrast. Gonk was one of the oldest loa, and Loti one of the younger competitors in the Rumble (not to mention an advisor to King Rastakhan! And one of the most talented shapeshifters in the world!), but the two of them joined forces to open the door for young Zandalari trolls to become Druids. Loti was the inspiring leader to a pack of howling, dinosaur-jumping lunatics. Maybe he could use that![2]

The four animal forms used by Loti are the same as several of the animal forms used by Zandalari druid player characters in World of Warcraft, each of which is based on a type of dinosaur commonly found on Zandalar and corresponds to the more traditional animal forms used by druids from most other races: ankylodon (Bear Form), pterrordax (Flight Form), ravasaur (Travel Form), and sabertusk (Cat Form).


  • This is the first Choose One card that offers more than two choices.


Wardruid Loti, full art

Loti in World of Warcraft.

Patch changes[]


  1. Blizzard Press Center - Rastakhan's Rumble Announcement Press Kit, Rastakhan's Rumble Champions Fact Sheet enUS. (2018-11-02). Retrieved on 2018-11-06.
  2. Daxxarri (2018-11-26). A New Challenger Approaches - Part 3. Retrieved on 2018-11-26.