5 of the Best 10-Mana Cards in Hearthstone

This crafting guide provides further details for five of the best 10-mana cards in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. Hearthstone’s 10-mana cards are the most expensive to play during matches. However, the best 10-mana cards can have a devastating impact on matches.

5 of the Best 10-Mana Cards in Hearthstone

Hearthstone’s 10-mana cards are the highest ones on the game’s mana curve. They’re typically late-game cards that are more widely included in control decks. Although they’re not cheap to play, the best 10-mana cards are among the strongest in the game. These are some of the best 10-mana cards in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft that can win you more matches.

1. Kalecgos

Kalecgos is a legendary 4/12 minion for Mage-class decks. This minion’s stat value might be poor for a 10-mana drop, but it reduces the cost of the first spell you play each turn to zero mana. That means you can play high-mana spells in your hand for naught for the duration Kalecgos remain in play. Furthermore, this minion’s Battlecry also enables you to choose a spell from a choice of three, which you can then play for zero mana on the same turn you played Kalecgos. Therefore, Kalecgos is an invaluable late-game card for Mage spell decks.



2. Ultimate Infestation

This epic spell card for Druid-class decks provides an awful lot even for a 10-mana card. It gives you five armor, adds a 5/5 minion to your side of the board, inflicts five damage on a target, and draws five cards from your deck. Ultimate Infestation’s biggest appeal is probably its five-card draw, which is worth at least seven mana alone. With all its other bonuses on top, Ultimate Infestation is one of the best value cards in Hearthstone.

Ultimate Infestation

Ultimate Infestation

3. N’Zoth the Corrupter

N’Zoth the Corrupter is the cornerstone card for many Deathrattle control decks in Hearthstone’s Wild game. This is a legendary 5/7 minion with a Battlecry that summons all (or six at most) friendly Deathrattle minions lost earlier in a match before playing N’Zoth. Then you can activate the Deathrattle effects of all the minions it summons again, by attacking enemy minions, or simply hammer your opponent’s hero with them. So, this can be a match-winning card when you’ve got a deck stuffed with Deathrattle minions to play.

N'Zoth, the Corruptor

N’Zoth, the Corruptor

4. Sea Giant

Sea Giant is a 10-mana 8/8 minion that you can play for naught mana! This epic card’s mana cost gets reduced by one for each minion that’s in play. When there are 10 minions on the board, Sea Giant becomes a zero-mana card, which is amazing value. Of course, you can’t always play it for nothing; but this is still a great minion to play for five mana or less. So, Sea Giant is one of the few 10-mana cards widely included in zoo decks that flood the board with cheap minions. This is also a Classic card that never rotates out of the Standard game.

Sea Giant

Sea Giant

5. Bloodreaver Gul’dan

The legendary Bloodreaver Gul’dan, for Warlock-class decks, is one of the best hero cards in Hearthstone that has both a very strong Battlecry effect and Hero Power. Its Battlecry effect will summons up to several friendly Demon minions that you lost on the battlefield earlier in a match. That Battlecry effect alone can have a decisive impact on matches when you’ve got a lot of Demons in your deck.

Bloodreaver Gul'dan

Bloodreaver Gul’dan

Bloodreaver also gives you one of the game’s best Hero Powers in the form Siphon Life. Siphon Life inflicts three damage on selected minion or hero targets. It also regenerates three health with its Lifesteal effect. That’s a great power for both healing your hero and attacking opponents.

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Those are five of the best 10-mana cards in Hearthstone to beef up your decks with. Zul’jin, Survival of the Fittest, Kun the Forgotten King, and C’Thun are four other 10-mana cards that are also worth noting.

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