Voyage to the Sunken City Card Spoilers & Expansion Guide

Voyage to the Sunken City is the first Hearthstone expansion for 2022.


When Does Voyage to the Sunken City Release?

Voyage to the Sunken City releases on April 12, 2022.


When Are Voyage to the Sunken City Card Reveals Happening?

You can stay up to date with the latest card reveal timers on our Voyage to the Sunken City card reveal schedule page.


When is the Core Set Announcement?

We get to wait until April 5 for the core set announcement which will also come alongside the final card reveal day.

Quote From Blizzard

On top of that, Voyage to the Sunken City will be the first set of the next Hearthstone year. Stay tuned for more information about the announcement of the next Hearthstone year, and the Core Set revamp that will come with it, in the weeks leading up to the launch of Voyage to the Sunken City!

Heads up that our rotation announcement will come a bit later than usual. Over the next couple weeks, we’ll be revealing all the underwater wonders from the upcoming Voyage to the Sunken City expansion, culminating in a final reveal on April 5—one that will tie-in to the upcoming Hearthstone year’s theme. With that last reveal, we’ll share the name of the next Hearthstone year, our roadmap for the year, and this year’s updates to the Core Set. So, hang tight, enjoy the next few weeks of reveals, and we’ll see you in the Sunken City!


Voyage to the Sunken City Quick Info

  • New Keyword: Colossal!
    • The ocean depths are home to many massive monsters unlike anything you’ve seen before. These giant creatures are too big to fit on one card! Minions with the Colossal keyword come with extra appendages that synergize with their main body in powerful ways. These appendages are summoned with the main body, even if the Colossal wasn’t played from hand.
  • New Keyword: Dredge!
    • Don’t you hate it when the one card you need is at the very bottom of your deck? Not any more! Dredge is a new keyword that lets you look at the bottom three cards of your deck and pick one to bubble up to the top. You can combine these Dredge cards with new Azsharan cards that send a powerful “Sunken” card to the bottom of your deck. Whether it’s sunken treasures, your cool new Legendary, or a well-timed burn spell, Dredge can help you get just what you need.
  • New Tribe: Naga!
    • The cursed Naga join Hearthstone in this underwater adventure. Naga are a spell-focused minion type that often give you bonuses for playing one or more spells while the Naga are in your hand.

Voyage to the Sunken City Freebies

  • Login to receive a free copy of Blademaster Okani! This card is playable immediately.

Blademaster Okani Card Image


Voyage to the Sunken City Pre-Order Bundles

There are likely two bundles for Voyage to the Sunken City. (One is confirmed right now).


Voyage to the Sunken City Bundle

The Voyage to the Sunken City Bundle includes 60 Voyage to the Sunken City card packs, two random Voyage to the Sunken City Legendary cards, and the Azshara card back! The image Blizzard provides makes it look like 1 legendary, but it is 2!


Voyage to the Sunken City Mega-Bundle

  • 80 Voyage to the Sunken City Packs
  • 5 Voyage to the Sunken City Golden Packs
  • 2 Random Voyage to the Sunken City Golden Legendary Cards
  • Queen Azshara Hero Skin (Mage)
  • Azshara Card Back
  • 5 Mercenaries Packs
  • Battlegrounds Perks
  • Boombardment Battlegrounds Finisher


Voyage to the Sunken City Diamond Cards

Two cards are once again getting the Diamond treatment with Voyage to the Sunken City. 

Additionally, Diamond Commander Sivara will get easier to earn once the 35-Card Mini-set drops in the coming months.


Voyage to the Sunken City New Coins

We're getting two new Sunken City coins with the expansion.

  • Sunken Coin - Earned by completing 90 levels of the Rewards Track. (Requires paid Tavern Pass)
  • Zin-Azshari Coin - Earned by collecting 135 unique Voyage to the Sunken City cards.

Additionally, the Zin-Azshari coin will get easier to earn once the 35-Card Mini-set drops in the coming months.


Voyage to the Sunken City Rewards Track

Looking for details on the Voyage to the Sunken City Rewards Track? See our dedicated article!


Voyage to the Sunken City Community Compendium

See how the community initially rated the expansion! Check out the Voyage to the Sunken City Community Compendium!


Revealed Cards for Voyage to the Sunken City

These are all the cards that have currently been revealed for Voyage to the Sunken City.

Demon Hunter

Druid

Hunter

Mage

Paladin

Priest

Rogue

Shaman

Warlock

Warrior

Neutral


Voyage to the Sunken City Game Board


Voyage to the Sunken City Cinematic Trailer


Voyage to the Sunken City Teaser

Comments

  • Thonson's Avatar
    HearthStationeer 1655 1515 Posts Joined 03/24/2019
    Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago
    Quote From YourPrivateNightmare

    Isn't the minion also "destroyed". Like when a spell gets countered it just vanishes form existance. the same should happen to minions.

    And in the case of Priest, should not go to their rez pool. Right

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    • FortyDust's Avatar
      Pumpkin 1135 1636 Posts Joined 05/29/2019
      Posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago

      It did not die, so it cannot be found by effects that target minions that "died this game."

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    • YourPrivateNightmare's Avatar
      Skeleton 1865 3962 Posts Joined 03/25/2019
      Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

      Most certainly

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  • Toplobster's Avatar
    180 6 Posts Joined 07/07/2019
    Posted 2 months ago

    Probably prevent it from being played and removes it from opponent hand, while not negating it's mana cost. Like counter spell for minions

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    • TheSanta's Avatar
      290 24 Posts Joined 10/09/2019
      Posted 2 months ago

      Tested it, and what happens is once the minion is played, no effect is played and it is removed. Coutering a minion is effectively silence and remove.

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      • Psymon's Avatar
        Red Riding Hood 1465 352 Posts Joined 05/29/2019
        Posted 2 months ago

        And what about if you secretly choose to counter a secret and your enemy plays a minion? The effect of your minion is discovered and vanishes??

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        • Thonson's Avatar
          HearthStationeer 1655 1515 Posts Joined 03/24/2019
          Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago
          Quote From Psymon

          And what about if you secretly choose to counter a secret and your enemy plays a minion? The effect of your minion is discovered and vanishes??

          If you choose to counter a spell and they play a minion, it doesn’t show them what you chose but they’ll know.

          The counter spell effect should still be there until they play a spell or kill Okani, as he reads “while this is alive.”  That stipulation actually makes this card a little weak, in my honest opinion.  He’s a coin flip essentially.  Will the opponent try to guess and guess wrong?  If they guess right he likely gets removed before countering anything.  And depending on the meta your opponent may have multiple low cost minions and spells to throw away in attempts to test if you chose minion or spell.

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        • Avalon's Avatar
          Content Admin Salty Dog 1450 1725 Posts Joined 06/12/2019
          Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

          I don't understand what you're asking - could you please try to explain it again?

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          • Psymon's Avatar
            Red Riding Hood 1465 352 Posts Joined 05/29/2019
            Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

            Sometimes my english is bad, also I didn't see the card work so maybe is just a silly question :P

            What I understood, you can secretly choose to counter a spell or a minion. Scenario: Let's say you pick "counter minion" option so, What happens when your rival cast a spell that is not being counter?? The card still had the option to counter a minion "as a (known) secret" or once the rival avoids this effect is like he counter it and can freely play a minion??

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            • Alfi's Avatar
              Devoted Academic 1705 1279 Posts Joined 05/29/2019
              Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

              No, it waits until a minion is played and counters it.

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  • FortyDust's Avatar
    Pumpkin 1135 1636 Posts Joined 05/29/2019
    Posted 2 months ago

    Love the new board!

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    • Gilbie's Avatar
      325 152 Posts Joined 06/02/2019
      Posted 2 months ago

      That DH-Legendary also has an awesome entry-animation!

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  • Gilbie's Avatar
    325 152 Posts Joined 06/02/2019
    Posted 2 months ago

    Just awesome expansion. Soo much flavour and great trailer. Never thought finley was the returning character.

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  • Caro's Avatar
    1890 1687 Posts Joined 03/12/2020
    Posted 2 months ago

    Did not expect a Hearthstone cinematic to have such...modern music...

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    • Alfi's Avatar
      Devoted Academic 1705 1279 Posts Joined 05/29/2019
      Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

      This happened already, for example a disco

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  • YourPrivateNightmare's Avatar
    Skeleton 1865 3962 Posts Joined 03/25/2019
    Posted 2 months ago

    Quote From Author
    We get to wait until April 5 for the core set announcement which will also come alongside the final card reveal day.

    Isn't this basically just a walk back of previous comments saying that the core set changes would be talked about on reveal day? I get it if they delayed that seeing how clearly something went wrong with the scheduling, but April 5? Am I supposed to assume they haven't finalized the core set changes yet and therefore can't show it yet, because certainly that would be ridiculous?

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    • dapperdog's Avatar
      Dragon Scholar 1590 3871 Posts Joined 07/29/2019
      Posted 2 months ago

      Turn out that the reveal schedule is nearly a month long, in deference to what they have been doing for the last few expansions. So there's no reason to shit out the core set when everyone's hyped about the expansion.

      Or if we're being cynical, theyve made some card choices which they know very well the community will start grabbing pitchforks, or alternatively so mundane that everyone gets put off by it.

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    • AngryShuckie's Avatar
      1595 1562 Posts Joined 06/03/2019
      Posted 2 months ago

      They might just not want the Core set changes to overshadow/confuse the already tight reveal schedule. The Core set is a big deal, but isn't what Blizz wants people to get excited about since it doesn't sell any packs.

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      • YourPrivateNightmare's Avatar
        Skeleton 1865 3962 Posts Joined 03/25/2019
        Posted 2 months ago

        fair enough although it's not like the Core set changes are gonna be all that spectacular. Around 30% are changed, the rest stays the same. Unless they are kicking off the card reveals immediately it would have been a nice bit of content to think about until we actually get new cards

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