Hearthstone's Journey to Un'Goro has been in card reveal season for a few weeks now and Hearthhead is proud to reveal a significant piece of the puzzle for all of the theorycrafters out there. The Paladin quest, The Last Kaleidosaur has been known by name for some time. Blizzard has been teasing it for weeks through Malone's Expedition Journal. Galvadon, its reward has also been fully revealed by Blizzard.
Today, we're glad to finally unveil exactly how Paladins will be acquiring the mystical Kaleidosaur.
To earn Galvadon, you'll need to cast a total of six spells on your minions. This must be done, of course, after The Last Kaleidosaur has been cast.
So what kind of options will Paladin have to complete this quest? All of the cards from Blackrock Mountain, The Grand Tournament, and League of Explorers will no longer be available in Standard. The class is well known for having lots of cheap spells like Blessing of Might, Blessing of Wisdom, and Divine Strength. This is certainly a good thing because you're going to need to cast seven spells just to satisfy the requirements. And while there may be some more solid spells such as Silvermoon Portal and Blessing of Kings out there, we're losing Seal of Champions and you're going to want to have a lot of ways to complete this quest.
As you can see, completing this quest certainly won't be easy unless you're actively building a deck to satisfy its conditions.
Do so, however, and you'll be amply rewarded.
Here's are some dream scenarios to consider. Keep in mind that the Stealth only lasts a single turn and you can, in fact, be presented with the same Adapt option more than once. Double Windfury doesn't actually effect the card at all, though, so make sure to choose new adaptations when possible.
Seems pretty good right? But throw Brann Bronzebeard onto the field and true monstrosities are created.
We spoke with Game Designer Dean Ayala at the HCT Winter Championship this weekend and asked him why our new friend doesn't function like Kazakus in that you can get presented with the same option multiple times.