The next Hearthstone expansion is Voyage to the Sunken City, Blizzard revealed on Thursday. Alongside 135 new cards, Voyage to the Sunken City showcases the Naga minion type plus the Dredge and Colossal keywords.
How to get Blademaster Okani in Hearthstone for free
Ahead of the launch scheduled for April 12, players can get the Blademaster Okani card for free. He is a legendary and neutral minion that can be used by any class.
When Blademaster Okani is played, his battlecry allows a player to secretly choose to counter either the next minion or spell their opponent plays. This works while Blademaster Okani is alive.
To obtain him for free, players must simply log in to Hearthstone.
Players don’t have to wait until the Voyage to the Sunken City release date to try out Blademaster Okani, either. Once he’s obtained, he goes into the “My Collection” page and can be used to create new decks.
When Hearthstone players click into the card for more information, they can check out Blademaster Okani’s card text that reads: “Yet ANOTHER sword fighter that spams counters.”
Players also can discover that Hideaki Takamura is the artist of the card. Some of his other artistic contributions to the game include Azalina Soulthief, Val’kyr Soulclaimer and Thunder Lizard.
Hearthstone Voyage to the Sunken City cards and bundles
The Voyage to the Sunken City is available for pre-purchase now, with the Mega Bundle for $99.99 CAD. This bundle includes 80 Voyage to the Sunken City card packs, two random golden Voyage to the Sunken City legendaries, five golden Voyage to the Sunken City card packs, the Queen Azshara Mage hero portrait alongside her card back, the new Boombardment Battlegrounds Finisher, Battlegrounds perks and five Mercenaries packs.
There is also the option to pre-purchase the Standard Bundle, which contains 60 Voyage to the Sunken City card packs, two random legendary cards from the expansion and the Azshara card back.
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