Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List [2024]

Pick the best in class, master their skills & dominate in Hearthstone Battlegrounds!

The critical element that leads to victory in Hearthstone Battlegrounds is the selection of your Heroes. With a wide variety at your door, it gets difficult for the players to choose the best possible heroes. This Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List guide will help you pick the best for you according to your need.

Important: The Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier list is based on Season 3 Patch 25.2.
Key Takeaways
  • There are a total of 90 heroes in Hearthstone Battlegrounds, but the count varies with every patch of the game.
  • S Tier Heroes are the Best heroes in the game and have the potential to win the game.
  • A Tier heroes are Extraordinary heroes of Hearthstone Battlegrounds and have great potential to lead the game toward victory.
  • B Tier can be termed as the Average heroes of the game. They are neither unique nor bad. They can be used to put up a good show in Hearthstone Battlegrounds.
  • C Tier heroes are Below Average heroes and are not very effective in overall performance. You would not love to have them on your board, but they still contain certain tricks that can shock the opponents.
  • D Tier has heroes that can be called Very Bad heroes in the game. They are not of much use, but if you are forced to play with them, we have you covered.

TiersCharacters
S TierCookie the Cook, Ambassador Faelin, Vanndar Stormpike, Scabbs Cutterbutter, Infinite Toki, Arch-Villain Rafaam, Millhouse Manastorm, Fungalmancer Flurgl, Professor Putricide, Master Nguyen, Captain Hooktusk, Forest Warden Omu
A TierMutanus the Devourer, Dancin' Deryl, Galewing, Kurtrus Ashfallen, Greybough, N’Zoth, Vol’jin, The Great Akazamzarak, The Lich King, Death Speaker Blackthorn, Silas Darkmoon, Sir Finley Mrrgglton, Ragnaros the Firelord, Reno Jackson, Maiev Shadowsong, Yogg-Saron, Hope’s End, Jandice Barov, Xyrella, Ysera, C’Thun, George the Fallen, Al’Akir the Windlord, Malygos, Lord Barov, King Mukla, Edwin VanCleef, Mutanus the Devourer, Sneed, Murloc Holmes, Heistbaron Togwaggle, Onyxia, Drek'Thar
B TierTickatus, Tess Greymane, Patches the Pirate, Alexstrasza, Trade Prince Gallywix, Nozdormu, Kael’thas Sunstrider, Patchwerk, Dinotamer Brann, Millificent Manastorm, Zephrys, the Great, Illidan Stormrage, Captain Eudora, Lord Jaraxxus, Y’Shaarj, Shudderwock, Deathwing, Sindragosa, Skycap’n Kragg, ickatus, Varden Dawngrasp, Galakrond, Sire Denathrius, Ozumat, Bru'kan
C TierChenvaala, Guff Runetotem, Pyramad, Aranna Starseeker, A. F. Kay, The Curator, Lich Baz’hial, Queen Wagtoggle, Overlord Saurfang, Mr. Bigglesworth, Elise Starseeker
D TierCariel Roame, Rakanishu, The Rat King, Enhance-o-Mechano, Sylvanas Windrunner, The Jailer, Rokara, Tamsin Raome, Queen Azshara, Lady Vashj, Ini Stormcoil

Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Comparison Table

HeroTierHero PowerPassive Hero Power
Cookie the CookSCookie’s KitchenNone
Ambassador FaelinSExpedition PlansNone
Vanndar StormpikeSLead the StormpikesNone
Scabbs CutterbutterSI SpyNone
Infinite TokiSTemporal TavernNone
Arch-Villain RefaamSUnearthed ProphecyTreasure Ward
Millhouse ManastormSNoneManastorm
Professor PutricideSNoneGone Fishing
Master NguyenSRefresh Bob’s TavernNone
Captain HooktuskSTrash for TreasureNone
Forest Warden OmuSEverbloomNone
Mutanus the DevourerADevourNone
Dancin’ DerylAHat TrickNone
GalewingADungar’s GryphonWestfall, Irinforge, Eastern Plaguelands
Kurtrus AshfallenANoneFinal Showdown, Grain Monument, Close the Portal
GreyboughANoneSprout it Out
N’ZothANoneAvatar of N’Zoth
Vol’jinASpirit SwapNone
The Great AkazamzarakAPrestidigitationNone
The Lich KingAReborn RitesNone
Death Speaker BlackthornABloodboundNone
Silas DarkmoonACome One, Come AllNone
Sir Finley MrrggltonANoneAdventure
Ragnaros the FirelordADie, InsectsNone
Reno JacksonAGonna Be RichNone
Maiev ShadowsongAImprisonNone
Yogg-Saron, Hope’s EndAPuzzle BoxNone
Jandice BarovASwap, Lock, and Shop itNone
XyrellaASee the LightNone
YseraANoneDream Portal
C’ThunASaturday C’Thun!None
George the FallenABoon of LightNone
Al’Akir the WindlordANoneSwatting Insects
MalygosAArcane AlterationNone
Lord BarovAFriendly WagerNone
King MuklaABananaramaNone
Edwin VanCleefASharpen BladesNone
SneedASneed’s ReplicatorNone
Murloc HolmesADetective for HireNone
OnyxiaANoneBroodmother
Heistbaron TogwaggleAThe Perfect CrimeNone
Tavish StormpikeADeadeyeNone
Drek’TharALead the FrostwolvesNone
TickatusBPrize WallNone
Tess GreymaneBBob’s BurglesNone
Patches the PirateBPirate ParrrtyNone
AlexstraszaBQueen of DragosNone
Trade Prince GallywixBSmart SavingsNone
NozdormuBNoneClairvoyance
Kael’thas SunstriderBVerdant SpheresNone
PatchwerkBNoneAll Patched Up
Dinotamer BrannBNoneBattle Brand
Millificent ManastormBTinkerNone
Zephrys, the GreatBThree WishesNone
Illidan StormrageBNoneWingmen
Captain EudoraBBuried TreasureNone
Lord JaraxxusBBloodfuryNone
Y’ShaarjBEmbrace your RageNone
ShudderwockBSnucker SnackNone
DeathwingBNoneAll Will Burn!
SindragosaBStay FrostyNone
Skycap’n KraggBPiggy BankNone
Varden DawngraspBTwice as NiceNone
GalakrondBGalakrond’s GreedNone
Sire DenathriusBWhodunitNone
OzumatBTentacularNone
Bru’kanBEmbrace the ElementsNone
ChenvaalaCAvalancheNone
Guff RunetotemCNatural BalanceNone
PyramadCBrick By BrickNone
Aranna StarseekerCDemon Hunter TrainingNone
A.F. KayCNoneProcrastinate
The CuratorCNoneMenagerist
Lich Baz’hialCGraveyard ShiftNone
Queen WagtoggleCWax WarbandNone
Overlord SaurfangCFor the HordeNone
Mr. BigglesworthCNoneKel’Thuzad’s Kitty
Elise StarseekerCLead ExplorerNone
Cariel RoameDFragrant PhylatercyNone
RakanishuDTavern LighteningNone
The Rat KingDA Tale of KingsNone
Enhance-o-MechanoDNoneEnhancification
Sylvanas WindrunnerDReclaimed SoulsNone
The JailerDRunic EmpowermentNone
RokaraDGlory of CombatNone
Tamsin RaomeDFragrant PhylacteryNone
Queen AzsharaDNaga QuestNone
Lady VashjDRelics of the DeepNone
Ini StormcoilDMech GyverNone

S Tier

S Tier heroes in this Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List are the top choices you can opt for to get the upper hand. The heroes included in the S tier list are the most optimized options in the game. They can lead to victory easily compared to the whole deck of Hearthstone Battlegrounds.

Hearthstone Battlegrounds S Tier Heroes List
S Tier Heroes in Hearthstone Battlegrounds [Image Credits: eXputer]

Cookie the Cook

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Cookie the Cook Cookie’s Kitchen None

The first among our Tier List, the auto-battler mode in Hearthstone, is Cookie the Cook. Its ability to randomly upgrade minions makes it a good choice.

Pros:

  • Randomly upgrading minions can give players a chance to get better minions.
  • Cookie’s Kitchen’s ability can create exciting and unexpected moments in the game.

Cons:

  • The randomness of Cookie’s ability can sometimes be unpredictable.
  • Cookie’s ability does not directly impact the board or provide any immediate advantage in combat.

Ambassador Faelin

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Ambassador Faelin Expedition Plans None

Ambassador Faelin is a hero in Hearthstone Battlegrounds, offering a unique hero power that allows players to discover powerful minions.

Pros:

  • This hero’s unique ability allows them to manipulate the game board.
  • The hero’s strategy is highly flexible.
  • This hero can overcome even the most difficult challenges.

Cons:

  • The hero’s playstyle can be difficult to master.
  • In some situations, the hero’s abilities may be less useful.

Vanndar Stormpike

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Vanndar Stormpike Lead the Stormpikes None

Vanndar Stormpike is a mid-game hero in Hearthstone Battlegrounds with an ability to grant permanent health buffs to minions, becoming less effective in the late game but can be boosted by purchasing more Reborn minions.

Pros:

  • Vanndar Stormpike’s unique ability permanently boosts minion health, offering a significant combat advantage.
  • Avenge 2 bonus from Vanndar is especially potent in the mid-game, providing a crucial edge.
  • The gradual health increase suits the mid-game, allowing buffs to take effect over time.

Cons:

  • However, as the game progresses, Vanndar’s effectiveness diminishes against stronger opponents.
  • The gradual nature may not be sufficient against significantly more powerful foes later in the game.

Scabbs Cutterbutter

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Scabbs Cutterbutter I Spy None

Scabbs’ hero ability in Hearthstone Battlegrounds allows them to discover a minion from their next opponent’s warband for two Gold, becoming especially useful on turn two by copying their starting minion but should be used strategically by considering opponent compositions and can activate any Battlecry effects.

Pros:

  • Scabbs’ Hero Power allows you to Discover a minion from the Warband. This can give you a valuable early advantage in the game.
  • The copies generated by Scabbs’ Hero Power are cheap, making it a good option to use on most turns.

Cons:

  • The copied minion is added to your hand, so you won’t be able to use it immediately.

Infinite Toki

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Infinite Toki Temporal Tavern None

While playing as Toki, the strategy is to acquire powerful minions quickly, taking risks with unpredictable Hero Power. The late game can be unbeatable, but the early game requires careful choices to avoid being overwhelmed.

Pros:

  • Toki’s Hero Power can provide access to powerful minions quickly.
  • Late-game Toki is nearly unbeatable, making it a good choice for players.
  • Toki’s Hero Power can provide unexpected and unpredictable opportunities to win fights.

Cons:

  • Toki can be at a disadvantage in the early game.
  • Toki’s Hero Power can be unpredictable, making it difficult to plan ahead.

Arch-Villain Refaam

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Arch Villian Rafaam Unearthed Prophecy Treasure Ward

Arch-Villain Rafaam’s Unearthed Prophecy ability is exceptional in this Hearthstone Battlegrounds Tier List, letting players discover and buy a card from the opponent’s tavern for one gold. Players can sell the card, and triples are possible.

Pros:

  • The Arch-Villain’s ability to discover a card from the opponent’s tavern can give players access to powerful cards.
  • Discovering cards cost only one gold, which is a relatively low cost for potentially strong cards.
  • He has the ability to sell unwanted cards at the same rate as their cost.

Cons:

  • Discovering cards from the opponent’s tavern can be unpredictable.
  • Paying one gold per discovered card can add up quickly.

Millhouse Manastorm

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Millhouse Manastorm None Manastorm

Millhouse changes the early game economy of Hearthstone Battlegrounds by allowing players to buy minions for one gold and refresh the tavern for two gold. A clever play is to avoid upgrading the tavern on turn two to save gold with his hero power.

Pros:

  • Millhouse’s hero power allows players to buy minions for only one gold.
  • Refreshes the tavern for two gold and allows players to find better minions.
  • By delaying the tavern upgrade to the third turn, players can save gold.

Cons:

  • Millhouse’s tavern upgrade costs additional gold.
  • Millhouse’s hero power is less effective in the late game.

Professor Putricide

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Professor Putricide Build-An-Undead None

Players should use the hero power of this hero in the third or fourth tier, optimizing by using the first Discover on minions that generate additional income or in-hand minions and the next Discovers on tiers five or six, with tier six providing especially lucrative options.

Pros:

  • Discovering two minions from your Tavern tier or lower can help you find the specific minions you need to complete your composition.
  • The Hero Power can generate additional Coins or minions in your hand.
  • The tier six pool of options is especially strong.

Cons:

  • It can be difficult to use the Hero Power effectively.
  • You need to have a certain amount of setup to effectively use the Hero Power.

Fungalmancer Flurgl

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Fungalmancer Flugrl None Gone Fishing

Fungalmancer Flurgl in our Tier List is a versatile hero due to its neutral status.

Pros:

  • Flurgl’s Hero Power makes it easy to obtain Murlocs.
  • He can discover a Murloc from the next Tavern Tier or lower provides flexibility in building a Murloc party.
  • Flurgl’s Hero Power cost is cheap.

Cons:

  • Flurgl’s power is heavily dependent on Murlocs.
  • Murlocs can be difficult to build a party around.
  • Flurgl’s Hero Power does not provide a direct advantage in combat and may not be as useful in the late game.

Master Nguyen

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Master Nguyen Refresh Bob’s Tavern None

Upgrading or delaying upgrades depends on the Hero Powers offered, so always check your Tavern before picking a Hero Power to maximize synergies.

Pros:

  • Flexibility to choose from two random Hero Powers each turn based on available minions in the Tavern.
  • Can take advantage of tribe bonuses and consider current Tavern level.
  • No fixed path can upgrade or delay upgrades based on offered Hero Powers.
  • Can maximize synergies by checking the Tavern before choosing a Hero Power.

Cons:

  • Unknown offering rates for Nguyen’s Hero Powers.
  • Requires more strategic thinking and planning compared to other heroes.

Captain Hooktusk

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Captain Hooktusk Trash for Treasure None

By destroying a friendly minion, Hooktusk offers two random minions, one from a lower tier, or from Tier 1 if the destroyed minion was Tier 1.

Pros:

  • Hooktusk’s Hero Power can expand your table.
  • The lower-tier minion offered can be useful for early-game board control.
  • The power can also be used to find triples.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power requires you to destroy one of your own minions.
  • The power can be unpredictable.
  • The power is not as effective in the late game.

Forest Warden Omu

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Forest warden Omu Everbloom None

Next up in our List is Forest Warden Omu, whose Hero Power is a significant source of early-game advantage, which allows players to gain one extra gold on their turn.

Pros:

  • Omu’s ability provides players with extra gold.
  • Players can gain an advantage over other players by leveling up quickly with Omu.
  • Upgrading to level 2 on turn two and tavern 3 on turn four can be a smart strategy.

Cons:

  • Omu’s ability is not directly related to combat.
  • Players may fall behind if they focus too much on upgrading their Tavern.
  • If other players are also leveling up quickly, Omu’s advantage may be diminished.

A Tier

These heroes may not be as powerful or effective as the S Tier ones, but still, they are one of the most powerful ones. These Tier heroes in our Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List can provide the players with very decent options to lay a good foundation for every stage of the game.

Hearthstone Battlegrounds S Tier Heroes List
A Tier Heroes in Hearthstone Battlegrounds [Image Credits: eXputer]

Mutanus the Devourer

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Mutanus The Devourer Devour None

Mutanus, the Devourer’s ability in Hearthstone Battlegrounds, transfers abilities from one minion to another by eating it and paying gold.

Pros:

  • Having the ability to transfer abilities from one minion to another can be very useful.
  • It can be used strategically to gain an advantage over opponents.
  • Using Mutanus to eat a minion before selling it can provide players with additional gold and help them transition to stronger minions.

Cons:

  • Mutanus requires the player to have a spare minion on the board to eat.
  • The player must pay a small additional cost in gold to transfer abilities.
  • It requires careful planning and consideration.

Dancin’ Deryl

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Dancin’ Deryl Hat Trick None

This hero in our heroes tier list is especially powerful in the early game with low-cost minions and can allow players to form strong boards with otherwise unplayable minions.

Pros:

  • Dancin’ Deryl’s Hero Power can provide powerful buffs to other minions on the board.
  • Having the liberty to choose which minion to buff allows for strategic decision-making and adapting to changing board situations.
  • The use of tokens from Alleycat or other token generators allows for the efficient cycling of minions.

Cons:

  • Deryl’s Hero Power is highly dependent on the availability and quality of minions in the Tavern.
  • The use of tokens and selling minions can lead to a loss of board presence.

Galewing

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Galewing Dungar’s Gryphon Westfall, Irinforge, Eastern Plaguelands

Galewing in Hearthstone Battlegrounds has an ability called “Dungar’s Gryphon” with three flight paths: Westfall, Ironforge, and Eastern Plaguelands, each with unique bonuses.

Pros:

  • Galewing’s ability provides powerful bonuses for players.
  • Allows the players to choose a flight path, giving them flexibility in how they want to use the ability.
  • The Eastern Plaguelands flight path, in particular, is highly effective as it allows players to discover a minion of the same tier they are on in just three turns.

Cons:

  • Choosing the wrong flight path can result in wasted opportunities or ineffective bonuses.
  • Requires players to have a minion on the board, which may not always be possible.
  • The recommended strategy may not work in every game.

Kurtrus Ashfallen

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Kurtrus Ashfallen None Final Showdown, Grain Monument, Close the Portal

Kurtus Ashfallen has a three-step ability in Hearthstone Battlegrounds. Buy three minions for +2/+2 to all three, four minions for all minions on the board, and five minions for a permanent +2/+2 buff.

Pros:

  • Kurtus Ashfallen’s ability rewards players who can buy multiple minions in a single turn.
  • The buffs provided can quickly turn the tide of the game and make weaker minions much stronger.
  • The permanent +2/+2 buff for completing the third quest can provide a significant advantage.

Cons:

  • Completing the quests may require players to spend more gold than they otherwise would.
  • The buffs provided are dependent on the player’s ability to complete the quests, meaning that if they fail to do so, the ability may be less effective than other hero abilities.

Greybough

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Greybough None Sprout it Out

Greybough’s passive power in Hearthstone Battlegrounds is “Sprout it Out,” which buffs all summoned minions in combat. It’s especially useful in the early game but may not be as effective in the end game for stronger minions.

Pros:

  • The passive power buffs all minions summoned in combat, making even weak early-game minions like Reborn more powerful.
  • The power is especially useful in the early game when players have a lot of low-tier minions.
  • Greybough is a great pick for players who like to focus on building a strong board in the early game.

Cons:

  • The passive power may not be as effective in the end game.
  • Greybough’s power is not as versatile as other heroes, as it only affects minions summoned in combat.
  • Players may have to adjust their playstyle to focus on maximizing the benefits of Greybough’s passive power.

N’Zoth

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
N’Zoth None Avatar of N’Zoth

N’Zoth in this Tier List is capable of summoning a 2/2 Fish with Deathrattles of friendly minions that die, doubling Deathrattles in the early game and useful in the late game with a Titus Rivendare Deathrattle composition.

Pros:

  • It can be very powerful in the early game, where Deathrattles are more common
  • Can create strong boards with multiple copies of Deathrattle minions
  • It can be used in combination with other Deathrattle synergies.
  • Provides a 2/2 Fish, which can be useful in the early game

Cons:

  • Highly dependent on Deathrattle minions, which may not always be available
  • Becomes less effective in the late game when stronger minions with no Deathrattles are more common
  • Requires a lot of strategies to maximize its potential.

Vol’jin

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Vol’jin Spirit Swap None

Vol’jin in Hearthstone Battlegrounds has “Spirit Swap” Hero power that swaps the stats of any two minions in your hand or Tavern, making it one of the most flexible Heroes.

Pros:

  • Vol’jin’s Hero power provides a lot of flexibility in terms of optimizing minion stats.
  • It allows players to swap the stats of minions on the board, in their hand, or in the Tavern.
  • This power can be particularly useful for creating strong minions by combining the best stats of multiple minions.

Cons:

  • Vol’jin’s Hero power does not offer any direct combat bonuses.
  • Swapping stats can be risky, as it can sometimes lead to weaker minions or suboptimal board composition.

The Great Akazamzarak

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
The Great Akazamazarak Prestidigitation None

In Hearthstone Battlegrounds, The Great Akazamzarak’s Hero Power “Prestidigitation” allows you to discover secrets during combat that can be played. One of these secrets is Ice Block, which is only available after significant damage has been taken.

Pros:

  • Prestidigitation can provide a lot of strategic advantages in combat by allowing you to discover secrets.
  • Secrets can be used to protect your minions, disrupt your opponent’s plans, or gain additional resources.
  • Ice Block is a particularly powerful secret that can save you from lethal damage in the late game.

Cons:

  • Discovering secrets can be unpredictable, and you may not always get the secret you need in a given situation.
  • Some of the secrets are situational and may not be useful in every game.
  • The Hero Power is expensive at 3 gold.

The Lich King

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
The Lich King Reborn Rites None

The Lich King’s “Reborn Rites” hero power is versatile, aiding both early and end-game strategies and adds much value to the hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List. It can help keep powerful minions on board for longer and make them harder to remove.

Pros:

  • It allows players to keep powerful minions on the board for longer and makes them harder to remove.
  • The Lich King’s hero power remains useful in the end game as well.
  • The Lich King’s hero power can be used on Deathrattle and Divine Shield minions in the early game.

Cons:

  • The Lich King’s hero power may not be as useful if the player doesn’t have many Deathrattle or Divine Shield minions in their composition.
  • The Lich King’s hero power requires a friendly minion to be on the board to be effective.

Death Speaker Blackthorn

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Death Speaker Blackthorn Bloodbound None

Death Speaker Blackthorn’s Bloodbound hero power gives two Blood Gems each time players upgrade their Tavern, allowing for strategic tavern progression and holding the gems for more powerful minions.

Pros:

  • The Bloodbound hero power provides a consistent and reliable source of Blood Gems.
  • Following a strategic upgrade path can help maximize the number of Blood Gems acquired.
  • It can hold onto Blood Gems until a powerful minion becomes available.

Cons:

  • Death Speaker Blackthorn’s hero power does not directly affect the board.
  • Holding onto Blood Gems may slow down the player’s early game development.
  • Depending on RNG, players may not have access to powerful minions to spend their Blood Gems on.

Silas Darkmoon

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Silas Darkmoon Come One, Come All None

Playing with this hero in our Heroes Tier List requires patience and tempo management, making it important to get the third ticket by the turn you’re about to upgrade.

Pros:

  • The “Come One, Come All” Hero Power can lead to free minions of the same tier.
  • The glowing effect on minions with Darkmoon Tickets can help players identify which minions to prioritize.
  • The Hero Power encourages players to collect Darkmoon Tickets, which can lead to better minion choices in the long run.

Cons:

  • Playing with Silas Darkmoon requires patience and tempo management.
  • Being too greedy for tickets at the beginning of the game can lead to losing tempo.
  • The Hero Power only benefits players who collect Darkmoon Tickets.

Sir Finley Mrrgglton

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Sir Finely Mrrgglton None Adventure

Sir Finley Mrrgglton allows players to choose one of the offered Hero Powers or skip it, and has the ability to see offered minions before choosing them, making it a versatile and strategic hero choice in Hearthstone Battlegrounds.

Pros:

  • Sir Finley Mrrgglton’s Hero Power allows players to change their Hero Power to one of the offered options.
  • Players can continue to use Sir Finley Mrrgglton’s power until they find a Hero Power they like.
  • Players can see the offered minions before choosing them, which can help with planning their strategy.

Cons:

  • Choosing the wrong Hero Power can hurt a player’s chances of winning the game.
  • Players may waste too much time trying to find the “perfect” Hero Power and fall behind in tempo.
  • Sir Finley Mrrgglton’s Hero Power doesn’t provide any immediate in-game advantages.

Ragnaros the Firelord

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Ragnaros the Firelord Die, Insects None

Ragnaros, the Firelord’s Hero Power “Die, Insects,” provides a permanent +3/+3 buff to the rightmost and leftmost minions in your Tavern, activated after 25 minion kills. Players should aim for early kills to activate the power quickly and use strategic placement to make the most of the buff.

Pros:

  • Ragnaros’ Hero Power provides a permanent buff to the rightmost and leftmost minions in your Tavern.
  • If played correctly, Ragnaros’ power can be a game-changer.
  • The 25-minion kill requirement can be achieved relatively quickly.

Cons:

  • The 25-minion kill requirement can be difficult to achieve in some games, especially if you have a slow start.
  • It can be challenging to strategically choose which minions to give the buff to.

Reno Jackson

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Reno Jackson Gonna Be Rich None

It allows the player to choose a minion on the board and upgrade it to its golden version. The Hero Power can only be used once per game, so players should use it wisely and choose the right time and minion to upgrade.

Pros:

  • Upgrading a minion to its golden version is a powerful advantage.
  • The player can choose which minion to upgrade.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power can only be used once per game, limiting its usefulness.
  • The upgrade can only be applied to a minion on the board, not in the player’s hand or Tavern.
  • It requires the player to make a strategic decision on which minion to upgrade.

Maiev Shadowsong

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
MAIEV Shadowsong Imprison None

Here comes Maiev Shadowsong in our Heroes Tier List. Maiev Shadowsong’s Hero Power allows players to refresh the Tavern and add an imprisoned minion with a +2/+2 buff.

Pros:

  • The +2/+2 buff that comes with the Imprisoned minion can provide a significant boost to the player’s board.
  • Being able to only buy one Imprisoned minion at a time can be advantageous.
  • Using Maiev Shadowsong’s hero power early on can help players get the most value out of the +2/+2 buff and potentially secure an early lead.

Cons:

  • The +2/+2 buff from the Imprisoned minion may not be as impactful in the later stages of the game.
  • Maiev Shadowsong’s hero power can only be used once per turn.
  • The reliance on the Imprisoned minion in the early game may lead to a lack of board diversity and vulnerability to AOE spells or effects.

Yogg-Saron, Hope’s End

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Yogg-Saron, Hope’s End Puzzle Box None

Yogg-Saron, Hope’s End’s Hero Power, costs only two gold and gets a random minion from the line with a buff, making it crucial in the early game.

Pros:

  • Yogg-Saron’s Hero Power costs only two gold.
  • Refreshing the Tavern for more powerful minions in the first turn can increase the chances of finding a minion worth buffing with the Hero Power.
  • Yogg-Saron’s strategy of buying two minions in the second turn, one through Hero Power and one purchased directly.

Cons:

  • As the game progresses and other players begin to upgrade their Taverns, the Hero Power becomes less effective in providing powerful minions.
  • The need to sell existing minions to use the Hero Power can disrupt the synergy of the player’s board.

Jandice Barov

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Jandice Barov Swap, Lock, and Shop it None

Jandice Barov’s Hero Power allows you to send a minion back and get a new one, creating a powerful strategy of recycling minions for buffs and discovering effects.

Pros:

  • Jandice Barov’s Hero Power can be used to get a new minion from the Tavern.
  • By sending a minion back to the Tavern, you can regain its effects and combine them with new minions.
  • Jandice’s Hero Power also awards you a triple from the token generator by sending the main minion back.

Cons:

  • Jandice’s Hero Power can be unpredictable, as you don’t know what minion you’ll get from the Tavern.
  • Using the Hero Power can also cost you some tempo.
  • If you send a minion back to the Tavern and don’t get a good replacement, you may end up with a weaker board than before.

Xyrella

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Xyrella See the Light None

Xyrella’s Hero Power “See the Light” lets her purchase a minion each turn for 2 Gold with a 2/2 stat line, providing an early-game advantage.

Pros:

  • Xyrella’s Hero Power provides a significant advantage in the early game.
  • The 2/2 stat line of the purchased minions is a decent value for their cost.
  • Xyrella’s Hero Power is especially effective when used to purchase tokens or minions with on-sell effects.

Cons:

  • Xyrella’s Hero Power becomes less useful as the game progresses.
  • The 2/2 stat line of the purchased minions may not be as impactful in the mid to late game.

Ysera

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Ysera None Dream Portal

Ysera’s Hero Power adds a random Dragon to your hand at the end of each turn, improving the odds of discovering powerful Dragons early in the game, including Tier 3 options like Nether Drake, Amber Guardian, and Tarecgosa.

Pros:

  • Adds an extra Dragon minion to your Tavern after each refresh.
  • Allows for the discovery of good Dragons and triples with Twilight Emissary on Tier 2.
  • It can provide access to strong tier-three Dragons such as Nether Drake, Amber Guardian, and Tarecgosa.

Cons:

  • The additional Dragon is selected from the tiers that are available to you, so it’s not guaranteed to be a high-tier Dragon.
  • The Hero Power is passive, so it doesn’t provide direct board control or combat power.

C’Thun

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
C’Thun Saturday C’Thun! None

C’Thun’s Hero Power grants a random friendly minion +1/+1 at the end of each turn and upgrades each turn, making it a valuable tool for any player.

Pros:

  • The random +1/+1 buff can give players an advantage in battles.
  • C’Thun’s compatibility with Dragons in Hearthstone Battlegrounds can lead to powerful combos.
  • The Attack buff from C’Thun’s Hero Power can make Dragons even more potent.

Cons:

  • The random nature of the Hero Power can sometimes not provide a useful buff.
  • C’Thun’s Hero Power may not be as useful in the late game when players have already established their board.

George the Fallen

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
George the Fallen Boon of Light None

The Hero Power of George the Fallen can provide permanent Divine Shields to friendly minions, making them difficult to defeat and creating strong compositions.

Pros:

  • George’s Hero Power provides permanent Divine Shields to friendly minions.
  • Players can use the Hero Power strategically to protect key minions, and build powerful compositions.
  • With multiple Divine Shield minions on the board, players can create a strong board that is challenging for opponents to defeat.

Cons:

  • George’s Hero Power costs three Gold to use.
  • The Hero Power may not be as useful in the early game.

Al’Akir the Windlord

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Al’Akir the Windlord None Swatting Insects

Al’Akir’s Hero Power can also be used to protect your key minions by giving them Taunt, making it harder for your opponent to target your more vulnerable minions.

Pros:

  • Al’Akir’s Hero Power grants a massive buff to the left-most minion.
  • The buff can grant powerful abilities such as Windfury, Divine Shield, and Taunt.
  • Players can strategically select minions that work well with the leftmost position to maximize the effectiveness of the Hero Power.

Cons:

  • Al’Akir’s Hero Power is passive and doesn’t provide any additional benefit outside of combat.
  • The left-most minion may not always be the strongest minion on the board.
  • Opponents can use positioning to counter Al’Akir’s Hero Power by placing their strongest minions on the right side of the board.

Malygos

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Malygos Arcane Alteration None

Malygos is a hero in Hearthstone Battlegrounds whose Hero Power can be used on minions on your board, not just those for sale in the Tavern, allowing for strategic upgrades and efficient composition building.

Pros:

  • Using token generators on turn one can provide a valuable advantage.
  • Rerolling for improvements on turn two and refreshing higher tiers for specific minions can increase the chances of finding powerful minions for a strong composition.
  • Malygos’s Hero Power can be used to upgrade weak minions.

Cons:

  • It may not always be possible to find the desired minions.
  • Focusing too heavily on one strategy may make players vulnerable.

Lord Barov

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Lord Barov Friendly Wager None

Lord Barov’s Hero Power allows players to guess the winner of combat each turn, granting a significant tempo boost if correct, but it can be affected by changes in the meta.

Pros:

  • Lord Barov’s Hero Power can be used every turn from turn two.
  • If used correctly, it can grant a significant tempo boost by correctly predicting the winner of combat.
  • It refunds the Gold cost in the case of a tie, preventing players from losing Gold for no gain..

Cons:

  • If the prediction is incorrect, the player gains nothing, making it a risky option.
  • Lord Barov’s performance can be affected by changes in the meta.
  • The Hero Power may become less useful in the late game as players develop stronger compositions.

King Mukla

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
King Mukla Bananarama None

King Mukla’s Hero Power generates two Bananas for one gold, which can provide a +1/+1 boost to a chosen minion and the possibility of rolling a Big Banana for a +2/+2 buff, creating an unpredictable playstyle with potential advantages and disadvantages.

Pros:

  • Mukla’s Hero Power generates two Bananas for only one Gold.
  • Bananas provide a significant +1/+1 boost to a chosen minion.
  • Mukla’s Hero Power also has the potential to generate a Big Banana, providing an even greater +2/+2 buff to a chosen minion.

Cons:

  • The buffs provided by Mukla’s Hero Power also apply to all of Mukla’s opponents.
  • The unpredictability of Mukla’s Hero Power can make it difficult to plan a strategy.

Edwin VanCleef

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Edwin VanCleef Sharpen Blades None

Edwin VanCleef’s Hero Power is a low-cost targeted buff that grows stronger with each minion purchased in a turn, making it ideal for mid-game power boosts and gradual stat increases of key minions.

Pros:

  • Edwin VanCleef’s Hero Power is affordable and can be frequently used throughout the game.
  • The targeted ability allows you to improve any minion, including difficult-to-buff ones.
  • The buff is permanent, allowing for a gradual increase in a minion’s stats.
  • It can be used to safeguard crucial assets or boost up cleave minions.

Cons:

  • Edwin’s Hero Power is dependent on purchasing minions in a single turn.
  • The buff is only applied to one minion at a time, limiting its overall impact on your board.
  • It can be challenging to determine which minion to buff with Edwin’s Hero Power.

Sneed

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Sneed Sneed’s Replicator None

Sneed is a hero with a Hero Power that allows players to summon a random minion of a lower Tavern Tier and grant a powerful permanent buff to their minions.

Pros:

  • Sneed’s Hero Power provides players with a powerful permanent buff to their minions.
  • Summoning a random minion of a lower Tavern Tier can provide players with additional minions.
  • As players progress through the tiers, it becomes more potent, allowing them to summon stronger minions with more powerful effects.

Cons:

  • The random nature of the Hero Power means that it may not always provide players with the minions they need.
  • The option to summon minions of a lower Tavern Tier may be less useful in the later stages of the game.

Murloc Holmes

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Murloc Holmes Detective for Hire None

Murloc Holmes’ Hero Power reveals the last minion used by your future opponent in the previous turn, allowing you to make an educated guess about their tribe.

Pros:

  • It allows players to make more informed decisions when buying and positioning minions.
  • Efficient resource management and analytical skills are necessary to make the most of the Hero Power.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power is only useful if your opponent used a minion in the previous turn.
  • The information provided is limited to the last minion used, so players cannot rely solely on the Hero Power to make decisions.

Onyxia

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Onyxia None Broodmother

Onyxia’s passive hero power summons a 3/4 whelp after the activation of Avenge(4), making Deathrattle and Reborn minions a strong choice for the early game, while Beasts synergize better in the late game.

Pros:

  • The Hero Power synergizes well with Deathrattle and Reborn minions in the early game.
  • The Hero Power can provide a consistent stream of minions without requiring any additional resources.

Cons:

  • The 3/4 whelp summoned by the Hero Power may not be powerful enough to take down larger minions.
  • The Hero Power’s effectiveness may diminish in the late game.

Heistbaron Togwaggle

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Heistbaron Togwaggle The Perfect Crime None

Heistbaron Togwaggle’s Hero Power can be optimized by reaching Tavern Tier three by turn four, using a Token generator, upgrading Tavern on turn two and three, and using the Hero Power on turn four to grab all available minions at once.

Pros:

  • This strategy can lead to a very strong mid-game board if executed properly.
  • Heistbaron Togwaggle’s Hero Power can potentially give access to very powerful Battlecry minions early on.
  • By upgrading the Tavern early, players can have a wider selection of minions to choose from.

Cons:

  • This strategy relies heavily on luck and the availability of strong minions to choose from.
  • It requires a lot of Gold investment early on.

Tavish Stormpike

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Tavish Stormpike Deadeye None

Tavish Stormpike’s Hero Power “Deadeye” weakens opponent minions by targeting the highest-health minion first and becomes stronger each turn.

Pros:

  • The Hero Power becomes more powerful as the game progresses.
  • The player can choose which opponent minion to target, giving them control over the direction of the game.
  • Targeting the highest-health minion can weaken the opponent’s strongest minion.

Cons:

  • Deadeye’s effectiveness depends on the player’s ability to choose the right target.
  • The player must weigh the benefits of using Deadeye against the opportunity cost of using their gold for other purposes, such as purchasing minions or upgrading the Tavern.

Drek’Thar

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
Drek’Thar Lead the Frostwolves None

Drek’Thar’s Hero Power grants an Attack boost to minions and is best used with Mechs due to their Divine Shields, Reborns, and Deathrattles.

Pros:

  • The Hero Power becomes more powerful as the game progresses, allowing you to gain more value over time.
  • Since Mechs typically belong to lower Tavern Tiers, you can frequently have many of them on the board at the same time.
  • By prioritizing inexpensive minions during the early game and quickly leveling up, you can acquire more formidable minions to benefit from the Hero Power.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power requires a specific tribe (Mechs) to be effective.
  • The Avenge Hero Power may not be as effective on non-Mech minions.

B Tier

The B Tier minion of the guide contains pretty average heroes. They are not extraordinary, but if played in the right way, as explained in this guide, they can be turned into match-winning minions. Strategy is all these minions would want from the players, and if played right, they would not be disappointing.

  • Hearthstone Battlegrounds B Tier Heroes List
    B Tier Heroes in Hearthstone Battlegrounds [Image Credits: eXputer]

Tickatus

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Tickatus Prize Wall  None

Tickatus’ Hero Power, “Darkmoon Prizes,” allows you to discover a prize spell every four turns, which gets stronger as the game progresses, providing some powerful spells, such as Ice Block, making it unpredictable but effective in mid to late-game.

Pros:

  • Tickatus’ Hero Power provides access to powerful spells, which can give an edge in the mid to late game.
  • The spells you can discover become stronger as the game progresses.
  • Tickatus can be unpredictable due to the large pool of prize spells, making it difficult for opponents to anticipate your next move.

Cons:

  • The effectiveness of the Hero Power can be inconsistent.
  • The power level of the prize spells can vary widely.
  • The Hero Power is only available every four turns.

Tess Greymane

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Tess greymane Bob’s Burgles None

Tess Greymane’s Hero Power, “Bob’s Burgles,” allows refreshing the Tavern with minions from the opponent’s Warband, making it useful for discovering valuable minions and building a strong composition.

Pros:

  • The cost of Tess Greymane’s Hero Power is only one gold, making it relatively cheap to use.
  • You can potentially discover higher-tier minions that you don’t have access to yet.
  • Bob’s Burgles can be a powerful tool for discovering valuable minions.

Cons:

  • You’re reliant on your opponents having strong compositions that you can potentially discover minions.
  • If everyone is avoiding overlapping compositions, Tess’s power diminishes as you won’t have as many options to choose from.
  • The randomness of Bob’s Burgles can sometimes work against you.

Patches the Pirate

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Patches the Pirate Pirate Parrrty None

The strategy for playing with Captain Hooktusk involves upgrading the Tavern on turns 2 and 5, using the Hero Power on most turns starting from turn 3, and utilizing Patches the Pirate to add a third pirate to the board if you discover pirates on both turns one and two.

Pros:

  • Using the Hero Power regularly can provide a steady stream of minions to choose from.
  • Delaying the Tavern upgrade to Tier 3 and using Patches the Pirate can give you an early advantage.
  • Pirates can be a powerful tribe.

Cons:

  • Relying too heavily on Pirates can make your team vulnerable to counters and weaknesses.
  • The strategy of delaying the Tavern upgrade to Tier 3 may not work.
  • Using the Hero Power every turn can quickly deplete your gold reserves.

Alexstrasza

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Alexstrasza Queen of Dragos None

Alexstrasza’s Hero Power “Queen of Dragons” lets you discover two Dragons from any tier when you reach Tavern Tier 5, making it essential to upgrade to Tier 5 early and prioritize Dragons to increase chances of finding a triple.

Pros:

  • Alexstrasza’s Hero Power can potentially provide high-value Dragons, which can be game-changing.
  • Discovering two Dragons of any tier at Tavern Tier 5 is a significant advantage.
  • The free minions provided by reaching Tavern Tier 5 can save you Gold.

Cons:

  • The power of the discovered Dragons can be inconsistent, which can lead to unpredictable outcomes.
  • Alexstrasza’s strength relies heavily on getting to Tavern Tier 5 quickly, which can be challenging.
  • Focusing on Dragons can limit your ability to build a diverse and flexible team.

Trade Prince Gallywix

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Trade Prince Gallywix Smart Savings None

Trade Prince Gallywix’s passive Hero Power, “Smart Savings,” increases your Gold by one for each minion sold in turn.

Pros:

  • Smart Savings provides a steady stream of Gold that can quickly accumulate.
  • The extra Gold can be used to buy more minions or upgrade the Tavern.

Cons:

  • His Hero Power is passive, so he doesn’t have direct control over which minions he can buy or upgrade.
  • Gallywix’s early game can be weak.

Nozdormu

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Nozdormu None Clairvoyance

Nozdormu’s Passive Hero Power “Clairvoyance,” allows the first Refresh each turn to be free, making it a versatile and useful power throughout the game.

Pros:

  • Nozdormu’s Hero Power, “Clairvoyance,” makes the first refresh each turn free.
  • The Hero Power is passive and doesn’t require any action to activate.
  • Nozdormu works well with any meta composition in Hearthstone Battlegrounds.

Cons:

  • While Nozdormu’s Hero Power is versatile, it doesn’t provide any direct benefit to your board.
  • Nozdormu’s Hero Power doesn’t have a consistent effect like some other heroes.

Kael’thas Sunstrider

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Kael’thas Sunstrider Verdant Spheres None

Now comes Kael’thas. He should upgrade Tavern on turns two and five, sells the initial minions on turn three to purchase two new ones, and keep track of minion buffs and spheres for an advantage in future battles.

Pros:

  • This strategy allows for a smooth early game progression and can provide an advantage in future battles.
  • By keeping track of minion buffs and spheres, you can make informed decisions.
  • The second minion purchased on turn three benefits from a +2/+2 buff, which can make it stronger and more valuable.

Cons:

  • This strategy may not work well if you don’t get the right minions in the initial offerings.
  • The strategy requires careful monitoring and decision-making.
  • Depending on the RNG of the game, following this strategy may not always be the most optimal way to play Kael’thas.

Patchwerk

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Patchwerk None All Patched Up

Patchwerk is a Hero with no good Hero Power or special ability. Still, his advantage comes from a higher Health pool of 60, making him ideal for taking early-game risks and going greedy.

Pros:

  • A higher Health pool of 60 makes him a good choice for taking early-game risks and going greedy.
  • Effective with Menagerie, Beasts, or Demons, as his higher Health pool makes it tougher to defeat him in the early game.

Cons:

  • Does not have a Hero Power or any special ability.
  • Vulnerable to being overwhelmed by opponents who focus on building up their board early on.

Dinotamer Brann

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Dinotamer Brann None Battle Brand

Brann’s Hero Power triggers Battlecry twice, making him ideal for Battlecry-focused compositions, and he should prioritize buying Battlecry minions and try to triple them for even more value.

Pros:

  • Brann’s Hero Power can double the Battlecry effects of your minions.
  • Brann works well with other Battlecry minions.
  • As Dinotamer Brann, you can prioritize buying Battlecry minions and try to triple them for even more value.

Cons:

  • Brann is not very strong on his own.
  • His Hero Power is a one-time use per game, so you should use it strategically.

Millificent Manastorm

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Millificent Manastorm Tinker None

Millificent’s Hero Power, “Tinker,” buffs any Mech you summon, making her strong in the early and mid-game and a good fit for Menagerie compositions.

Pros:

  • Tinker is a powerful Hero Power that buffs any Mech you summon, providing additional stats to your board.
  • The Hero Power works on any Mech, not just ones that you buy, which can lead to additional value.
  • Millificent’s early and mid-game strength, combined with her Hero Power, can allow her to build a dominant board presence.

Cons:

  • Millificent’s Hero Power is only useful if you’re playing Mechs, which limits her versatility.
  • If you can’t find Mechs early, Millificent can struggle to keep up with other Heroes in the late game.

Zephrys, the Great

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Zephrys, the Great Three Wishes None

Zephrys is a versatile hero with a powerful Hero Power, making him a good choice for any composition, especially Elementals.

Pros:

  • Zephrys is a very flexible hero that can work well with many different compositions.
  • His Hero Power, Three Wishes, allows him to easily upgrade and find strong minions to fit any strategy.

Cons:

  • While Zephrys is versatile, he doesn’t excel in any one particular strategy or composition.
  • His Hero Power can be unreliable at times.

Illidan Stormrage

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Illidan Stormrange None Wingmen

Illidan’s Hero Power, “Wingmen,” buffs the left-most minion’s attack, making him strong with high-attack compositions like Dragons, Beasts, and Demons, as well as with Poisonous minions.

Pros:

  • Illidan’s Hero Power provides a consistent damage boost to one of your minions.
  • His power can be used strategically to activate effects that trigger off of attacks.

Cons:

  • Illidan’s Hero Power only affects one minion per turn, which can be limiting in terms of overall board strength.
  • The power doesn’t help with board development or discovering new minions.

Captain Eudora

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Captain Eudora Buried Treasure None

Captain Eudora’s Hero Power allows her to quickly acquire Golden minions. It is important to use her Hero Power every turn from turn two and prioritize Tavern upgrades while delaying the first upgrade until she turns three or four.

Pros:

  • Captain Eudora’s Hero Power can provide a quick path to powerful Golden minions.
  • With a Golden minion in hand, you get access to higher-tier Discover options.
  • Eudora’s Hero Power can work well with any composition.

Cons:

  • Relying on Eudora’s Hero Power can be risky.
  • Eudora’s Hero Power requires careful management.

Lord Jaraxxus

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Lord Jaraxxus Bloodfury None

Lord Jaraxxus in this Hearthstone Battlegrounds Tier list with his Hero Power allows you to consume a minion in Bob’s Tavern to gain its stats, making him a strong choice for Menagerie with a Legion Overseer or Demons comps, but not necessary for Undead comps.

Pros:

  • Lord Jaraxxus’ Hero Power allows for some powerful tempo swings by adding the stats of a minion in the tavern to a friendly Demon, potentially creating a very powerful unit.
  • Using the Hero Power can help you quickly buff up a weaker unit into a strong carry.

Cons:

  • You need at least one Demon in your comp to use Lord Jaraxxus’ Hero Power, which can limit your options.
  • The Hero Power costs 1 Gold to use, which can be expensive.
  • Using the Hero Power can be risky if you consume a valuable minion in the tavern and then lose the battle, effectively wasting the Gold you spent on the Hero Power.

Y’Shaarj

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Y’Shaarj Embrace your Rage None

Y’Shaarj’s Hero Power allows for reliable access to high-tier minions, making an aggressive leveling strategy a priority to gain an edge in Hearthstone Battlegrounds.

Pros:

  • Provides reliable access to high-tier minions early in the game.
  • Can quickly level up and find powerful minions with a strategic Tavern upgrade strategy.
  • The Hero Power can help create a strong board presence and gain an edge in combat.

Cons:

  • Requires an aggressive leveling strategy, which can be risky if the right minions are not found.
  • Reliance on the Hero Power can limit board space and make it difficult to balance minion types.
  • Not as flexible as other heroes and may struggle against certain compositions if the right minions are not found.

Shudderwock

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Shudderwock Snucker Snack None

Shudderwock’s Hero Power allows you to summon Shudderlings that repeat all Battlecries played during the game, providing a significant tempo boost if used strategically.

Pros:

  • Shudderwock’s Hero Power is a low-cost way to generate additional value by repeating Battlecries.
  • The repeated effect can be used to double the effects of powerful Battlecries.
  • Two Shudderlings in hand after two turns provide a consistent source of additional value.

Cons:

  • Shudderwock relies heavily on finding powerful Battlecry minions, which can be inconsistent.
  • The power level of Shudderwock can vary greatly depending on the available Battlecry minions in the pool.
  • Shudderlings can clog up the hand and limit the number of other minions that can be played.

Deathwing

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Deathwing None All Will Burn!

To make the most of Deathwing’s Hero Power, focus on building a wide board with tokens and minions that can take advantage of the attack buff, but be aware of opponents who may also be using similar strategies.

Pros:

  • Deathwing’s Hero Power is a powerful offensive tool that can give all minions on the board a significant boost in attack.
  • Divine Shield, Deathrattle, and Reborn minions work particularly well with Deathwing’s Hero Power.

Cons:

  • Deathwing’s Hero Power affects all minions on the board, including your own.
  • Deathwing’s Hero Power is less effective when you have fewer minions on the board than your opponent.

Sindragosa

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Sindragosa Stay Frosty None

Sindragosa’s passive Hero Power “Stay Frosty” allows for early game board control through selectively freezing minions to purchase heavily-buffed ones, requiring strategic planning and adaptability.

Pros:

  • Strong early game due to the ability to purchase heavily-buffed minions with the Hero Power.
  • Selectively freezing the minions can be used to set up powerful plays and disrupt opponents’ strategies.

Cons:

  • The strategy can be difficult to execute and requires careful planning to maximize its effectiveness.
  • The decision-making process can be chaotic and unpredictable, requiring players to frequently reevaluate their options and adjust their plans.

Skycap’n Kragg

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Skycap’n Kragg Piggy Bank None

Skycap’n Kragg’s Hero Power may start weak but increases in strength with each turn, making it ideal for a late-game swing. Efficiently upgrading your Tavern is key to maximizing its potential and preparing for a big play on turn seven or eight.

Pros:

  • Skycap’n Kragg’s Hero Power has high potential in the late game.
  • Upgrading the Tavern efficiently can help prepare for a big swing.
  • Hero Power increases in strength with every turn.

Cons:

  • Skycap’n Kragg is initially weak in the early game.
  • Struggles against early aggressive minions.
  • Requires careful planning to maximize the effectiveness of the Hero Power.

Varden Dawngrasp

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Varden Dawngrasp Twice as Nice None

Next hero in our Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List is Varden Dawngrasp whose Hero Power, Twice as Nice, copies and freezes the highest-tier minion in Bob’s Tavern after each Refresh, making it easier to find strong pairs.

Pros:

  • You can avoid keeping a frozen minion by freezing and unfreezing your Tavern.
  • Copying the highest-tier minion ensures that you will have access to the best minions available, and they will be frozen, giving you time to purchase them.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power can be less helpful in the early game when there are not many high-tier minions available.
  • The reliance on pairs can make it difficult to build a board with a diverse set of minions, potentially limiting the synergies available.

Galakrond

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Galakrond Galakrond’s Greed None

Galakrond’s Hero Power allows for early access to high-tier minions through Discover, giving an advantage in the early game.

Pros:

  • Galakrond’s Hero Power offers access to high-tier minions, giving an advantage in the early game.
  • It allows you to Discover high-tier minions, increasing the chances of finding strong and synergistic options.
  • Freezing the Tavern is helpful in upgrading a minion and holding onto it for the next round.

Cons:

  • Galakrond’s Hero Power becomes less effective in the late game.
  • Galakrond’s Hero Power may not offer enough board presence in the early game.

Sire Denathrius

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Sire Denathrius Whodunit None

Sire Denathrius lets you complete a Quest to unlock a powerful Hero Power, but prioritize building a strong deck first and avoid getting too greedy.

Pros:

  • Sire Denathrius introduces a new and unique mechanic to Battlegrounds with the Quests.
  • Completing a Quest unlocks a powerful Hero Power that can turn the tide of the game.
  • Players have a choice between two Quests, allowing for strategic decision-making based on the current game state.

Cons:

  • Completing a Quest takes time and resources that could be used to build a stronger board.
  • Players may get too focused on completing the Quest and lose sight of other important aspects of the game.

Ozumat

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Ozumat Tentacular None

Ozumat’s Hero Power, “Tentacular,” summons a Tentacle with Taunt at the start of combat and gains a permanent +1/+1 buff each time a minion is sold, making it effective for early-game defense and Theotar Menagerie compositions.

Pros:

  • Ozumat’s Tentacle provides a free Taunt minion at the start of combat, making it an excellent defensive tool.
  • The Tentacle gains a permanent buff for each minion sold.

Cons:

  • Ozumat’s Hero Power is heavily dependent on the number of available board spaces.
  • The Tentacle does not have any abilities beyond Taunt, making it less useful for offensive strategies.

Bru’kan

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Bru’kan Embrace the Elements None

“Embrace the Elements” is Bru’kan’s free Hero Power that grants a +3 Health and Taunt buff to his right-most minion during the first round of combat, making it a valuable tool to use every turn.

Pros:

  • Bru’kan’s Hero Power is free to use every turn, which means that it is a great tool to have in your arsenal.
  • The temporary effects provided by the Hero Power can be very useful in certain situations.
  • The +3 Health and Taunt buff provided by the Hero Power during the first round of combat can be a strong defensive boost for your right-most minion.

Cons:

  • Bru’kan’s Hero Power is limited to only providing temporary effects.
  • The Health and Taunt buff provided by the Hero Power is only applied to one minion.

C Tier

Here comes the below-average minion’s Tier list. You would not be happy having any of these minions on your board, but still, there’s a way with everything. These C-Tier minions can be pushed to give a better performance by following the strategy explained to each minion.

  • C Tier Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes
    C Tier Heroes in Hearthstone Battlegrounds [Image Credits: eXputer]

Chenvaala

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Chenvaala Avalanche None

Chenvaala’s Hero Power, “Avalanche,” reduces the cost of Tavern upgrades by playing three Elementals, requiring players to prioritize Elemental compositions while remaining flexible for other key minions.

Pros:

  • Chenvaala’s Hero Power can help players to save gold on Tavern upgrades.
  • Chenvaala’s Hero Power is free, allowing players to use it every turn without costing any gold.

Cons:

  • Chenvaala’s Hero Power requires players to have a sufficient number of Elementals on their board.
  • Chenvaala’s Hero Power is less effective in the early game.

Guff Runetotem

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Guff Runetotem Natural Balance None

Guff Runetotem’s Hero Power, “Natural Balance,” is best utilized by building a diverse board with minions from multiple tiers and continually using the Hero Power while upgrading the Tavern to acquire stronger minions.

Pros:

  • Guff’s Hero Power can provide a powerful boost to multiple minions on the board at once.
  • Refreshes the available minions for purchase each turn.
  • Guff’s Hero Power can help players save gold by buffing lower-tier minions instead of having to continually purchase higher-tier minions.

Cons:

  • Guff’s Hero Power requires careful planning and consideration to use effectively.
  • Guff’s Hero Power is heavily reliant on having a diverse board.

Pyramad

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Pyramad Brick By Brick None

Pyramad’s Hero Power, “Brick by Brick,” gradually increases the health of your minions with each turn not used, making it a powerful tool when used strategically in the mid-game, especially when paired with certain builds like Titus Rivendare or Impulsive Trickster Deathrattle.

Pros:

  • Pyramad’s Hero Power provides a significant health boost to minions, making them more difficult to kill.
  • The longer you wait to use Pyramad’s Hero Power, the stronger it becomes.
  • Pyramad’s strategy can be very effective in the mid-game.

Cons:

  • The strategy requires patience and careful planning, which may not suit all players’ playstyles.
  • Pyramad’s Hero Power only affects health and not attack, making it less useful for offensive-oriented builds.
  • Pyramad may struggle against opponents with powerful board-clearing abilities that can quickly eliminate minions despite the additional health.

Aranna Starseeker

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Aranna Starseeker Demon Hunter Training None

Aranna Starseeker’s “Demon Hunter Training” allows her to discover minions after refreshing the Tavern for five turns. Still, success depends on balancing the power with traditional gameplay and adapting strategy based on the unique minions discovered.

Pros:

  • Aranna’s Hero Power can provide a range of unique and powerful minions, offering a lot of flexibility in building a Warband.
  • Discovering minions can help players adjust their strategy based on the options available.
  • Her Hero Power is free to use, allowing players to use their gold on buying and upgrading minions instead.

Cons:

  • Relying too heavily on the Hero Power can result in a weaker warband.
  • The Hero Power can be less effective in the early game.

A.F. Kay

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 A.F Kay None Procrastinate

A. F. Kay requires strategic use of the freeze ability to succeed and can gain an edge by discovering two minions for free from Tavern Tier 3 on turn three.

Pros:

  • A. F. Kay’s freeze ability allows for strategic decision-making and can give her an edge in the early game.
  • Discovering two minions from Tavern Tier 3 for free can help A. F. Kay quickly build a strong board.
  • If A. F. Kay discovers a powerful minion, it can set her up for success in the mid-to-late game.

Cons:

  • A. F. Kay’s reliance on discovering specific minions can limit her flexibility in building a Warband.
  • A. F. Kay’s playstyle can be challenging and may not be suitable for players who prefer a more straightforward approach to the game.

The Curator

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 The Curator None Menagerist

The Curator’s Amalgam can become a formidable threat in Tier List with buffs and synergies from different minion types, making it a key component in many successful buff-based and Undead compositions.

Pros:

  • The 2/2 Amalgam starting minion gives The Curator an early advantage.
  • The Amalgam has all minion types and can be buffed by anything.
  • Pairing The Curator with a buff-based composition can result in a very strong board that can dominate the game.

Cons:

  • The Curator’s success is largely dependent on its ability to find buffs for the Amalgam. 
  • The Amalgam’s versatility can also be a disadvantage if The Curator struggles to find a cohesive strategy or lacks the right buffs to make the Amalgam truly powerful.

Lich Baz’hial

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Lich Baz’hial Graveyard Shift None

Lich Baz’hial’s Hero Power is a valuable tool for early game success but must be used strategically to maintain its usefulness as the game progresses. Pairing with Demons can further amplify its strengths.

Pros:

  • The Hero Power can be used to quickly cycle through the Tavern and purchase desired minions or upgrade the Tavern on turn two.
  • The Hero Power’s damage can be turned into extra gold when paired with Demons and Kathra’natir.
  • With careful management of the Hero Power, Lich Baz’hial can maintain a tempo advantage in the early game.

Cons:

  • The usefulness of the Hero Power decreases as the game progresses.
  • Using the Hero’s Power too much can drain the hero’s health and put them at a disadvantage.
  • Lich Baz’hial’s success is heavily reliant on the early game, making it vulnerable to falling behind if the early game doesn’t go well.

Queen Wagtoggle

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Queen Wagtoggle Wax Warband None

Lich Baz’hial is a high-risk, high-reward hero in Hearthstone Battlegrounds with a Hero Power that sacrifices Health for immediate Gold gain.

Pros:

  • Lich Baz’hial can generate extra gold quickly in the early game with their Hero Power.
  • Token generators and minions with beneficial effects can provide early-game advantages.
  • Baz’hial’s Hero Power can be used to cycle through the Tavern and purchase desired minions or upgrade the Tavern on turn two.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power sacrifices health, making it a high-risk strategy
  • The usefulness of the Hero Power decreases as the game progresses.
  • Baz’hial’s success is heavily reliant on the early game.

Overlord Saurfang

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Overlord Saurfang For the Horde None

Overlord Saurfang is a hero with a Hero Power that boosts the Attack of purchased minions, becoming more potent over time and benefiting from cleave and Divine Shield minions.

Pros:

  • Overlord Saurfang’s Hero Power can provide a significant boost to the Attack of purchased minions.
  • The power increases in potency as the game progresses.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power requires careful decision-making and planning.
  • Overlord Saurfang may struggle against opponents who can easily remove his boosted minions.

Mr. Bigglesworth

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Mr. Bigglesworth None Kel’Thuzad’s Kitty

Mr. Bigglesworth’s Hero Power grows stronger as opponents are eliminated, making him a formidable force in the Hearthstone Battlegrounds’ Tier List of heroes if he can survive the early game without any abilities.

Pros:

  • Mr. Bigglesworth’s Hero Power grows stronger as opponents are eliminated.
  • Mr. Bigglesworth is particularly powerful in new patches.

Cons:

  • Mr. Bigglesworth does not have any early-game abilities, making it challenging to reach the late-game.
  • Mr. Bigglesworth’s Hero Power requires eliminating opponents to become stronger.

Elise Starseeker

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Elise Starseeker Lead Explorer None

Elise’s Hero Power in Hearthstone Battlegrounds requires quick leveling, using a sell-into-double-buy strategy on turn three, and upgrading to Tavern Tier three on turn four to acquire powerful tier-three minions.

Pros:

  • Elise’s Hero Power allows for a wider selection of minions to choose from.
  • The sell-into-double-buy strategy on turn three can provide a significant advantage in the early game.
  • With the right timing, Elise’s Hero Power can help acquire higher-tier minions earlier in the game.

Cons:

  • The early game can be challenging for Elise as she needs to level up quickly to access stronger minions.
  • Elise’s reliance on leveling up quickly can leave her vulnerable if she falls behind in the early game.
  • Elise’s Hero Power is less effective in the later stages of the game as higher-tier minions become rare.

D Tier

These are the worst minions in Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes Tier List. The ranking is according to the best of our knowledge and experience, and you can find some of these minions to be highly useful for you. But there’s not much that you’ll be able to extract from these heroes. 

  • D Tier Hearthstone Battlegrounds Heroes
    D Tier Heroes in Hearthstone Battlegrounds [Image Credits: eXputer]

Cariel Roame

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Cariel Roame Fragrant Phylatercy None

One liner: Cariel Roame’s Hero Power is highly effective in the early game, and upgrading the Tavern Tier enhances its impact, making it a game-changer in the late game.

Pros:

  • Cariel Roame’s Hero Power is highly effective in the early game, making it easier to gain early board control.
  • Upgrading to Tavern Tier three upgrades the Hero Power to buff four friendly minions.
  • The Hero Power continues to scale into the late game, buffing all friendly minions on Tavern Tier five.

Cons:

  • Cariel Roame’s Hero Power is less effective in the late game if the player has a small board presence.
  • The hero is reliant on having multiple friendly minions on the board for the Hero Power to be effective.
  • The Hero Power can be less effective if the player is unable to find or purchase minions.

Rakanishu

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Rakanishu Tavern Lightening None

Optimizing the use of Rakanishu’s Hero Power involves using it with higher-tier minions and upgrading the Tavern early, starting on turn three.

Pros:

  • The Hero Power is highly effective in the mid to late game when paired with higher-tier minions.
  • Using the Hero Power from turn three can give an early advantage in the game.
  • Upgrading to Tavern tier two on turn two increases the chance of finding a better minion on turn three.

Cons:

  • Upgrading to Tavern tier two on turn two may delay purchasing a minion.
  • The Hero Power requires careful management.

The Rat King

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 The Rat King A Tale of Kings None

The Rat King is a versatile hero, able to discover and build around various minion tribes for a reduced cost with its Hero Power.

Pros:

  • The Rat King’s Hero Power allows for discovering minions of different tribes at a reduced cost of two gold.
  • The minion type available for discovery changes every turn.
  • The potential to discover high-value minions early in the game can lead to a strong board state and an advantage over opponents.

Cons:

  • The unpredictability of the Hero Power can make it difficult to plan and may require more adaptability from the player.
  • The reduced cost of discovering minions may also limit the pool of available minions.

Enhance-o-Mechano

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Enhanc-o-Mechano None Enhancification

Enhance-o-Mechano’s random buff can create powerful synergies with certain minions like Divine Shield Murlocs and Deathrattle minions with Reborn, making it important to consider which minion is receiving the buff while staying open to pivoting strategies.

Pros:

  • Enhance-o-Mechano’s random buff can be very powerful and can often turn a weak board into a strong one.
  • Divine Shield Murlocs can become incredibly strong with Enhance-o-Mechano’s buff.
  • Deathrattle minions with Reborn can also become powerful threats with Enhance-o-Mechano’s buff.

Cons:

  • Its random buff can also be unpredictable and may not always provide a useful buff to the minion it targets.
  • Enhance-o-Mechano’s buff is dependent on which minion is receiving the buff, so it requires careful consideration of which minion to target.
  • Enhance-o-Mechano can be a high-risk, high-reward choice.

Sylvanas Windrunner

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Sylvanas Windrunner Reclaimed Souls None

Sylvanas Windrunner’s Hero Power provides a simple +2/+1 buff to a minion that died in the previous round for one gold in Hearthstone Battlegrounds.

Pros:

  • The Hero Power is straightforward and easy to use.
  • It can be used to quickly buff a minion that already proved its worth in the previous round.
  • It can be an efficient way to keep strong minions on the board for longer.

Cons:

  • It may not always be possible to have a minion die in the previous round, especially in the early game when minion deaths are less frequent.
  • The +2/+1 buff is not as powerful as some other hero powers, which can create disadvantages in the late game.
 

The Jailer

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 The Jailer Runic Empowerment None

Runic Power’s limited impact and difficult upgrade condition make it a low-priority hero power, but it offers some flexibility in its usage

Pros:

  • The Hero Power only costs one gold, making it relatively cheap to use.
  • A +1/+1 buff can make a significant difference in the early game, potentially allowing a minion to trade more effectively.

Cons:

  • The upgrade condition of nine friendly minions dying is difficult to achieve early on and can take until turn six to become useful.
  • Runic Power is ranked in the D Tier, indicating that it is not considered a top priority to focus on.

Rokara

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Rokara Glory of Combat  

Rokara’s passive Hero Power provides a +1 Attack buff to the minion that deals the final blow to an enemy, making her well-suited for Mech compositions but ranked low.

Pros:

  • A permanent Attack buff can stack up and make a minion extremely powerful.
  • Particularly useful for minions with high Attack, Divine Shield, or cleave.
  • Well-suited for Mech compositions, which are often focused on high-Attack minions.

Cons:

  • Relies on delivering the final blow to an enemy, which may not always be possible.
  • Limited in its usefulness for tribes other than Mech.
  • Does not provide any immediate benefit and requires time to build up.

Tamsin Raome

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Tamsin Roame Fragrant Phylactery None

Tamsin’s Hero Power can be very powerful if used strategically, especially if you have weaker minions that you don’t mind sacrificing.

Pros:

  • Tamsin’s Hero Power can help remove weak minions from the board and prevent opponents from gaining advantages through board control.
  • The temporary stat buff given to friendly minions can turn the tide of a battle or even win the game in some situations.

Cons:

  • Tamsin’s Hero Power is highly dependent on luck and the enemy board composition.
  • It may not be useful in some situations where the opponent has only strong minions on the board.
  • It can be difficult to make strategic decisions regarding which minion to destroy.

Queen Azshara

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Queen Azshara Naga Quest None

Queen Azshara’s Hero Power “Naga Conquest” allows discovering a Naga minion that matches the current Tavern Tier for just one gold after reaching 30 Attack with your Warband.

Pros:

  • Queen Azshara’s Hero Power can help you discover powerful Naga minions for just one gold.
  • Naga Conquest can give you access to higher-tier minions than your current Tavern Tier.
  • The Hero Power is activated when you reach 30 Attack, which can be achieved with scaling minions or through combat.

Cons:

  • Activating the Hero Power requires effort and focus on scaling your minions to reach 30 Attack.
  • The Hero Power is only useful if there are strong Naga minions available in the game.
  • Menagerie or Undead compositions may be just as strong or stronger than relying solely on Naga minions.

Lady Vashj

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Lady Vashj Relics of the Deep None

Lady Vashj’s Hero Power, “Relics of the Deep”, allows players to discover a Spellcraft spell of their current or lower tier and makes the first Spellcraft permanent, providing a versatile tool to enhance their Warband.

Pros:

  • Versatile Hero Power offers the chance to find useful Spellcraft spells.
  • It can be used to discover Spellcraft spells of the current or lower tier.
  • The first Spellcraft is made permanent, giving a reliable boost to one of your minions.

Cons:

  • Relies on having Spellcraft minions available.
  • Requires some planning and strategy to make the most of the Hero Power, as well as a bit of luck to get useful Spellcraft spells.
  • The +2 Attack bonus from the first tier Spellcraft may not be as impactful in the late game.

Ini Stormcoil

Hero Hero Power Passive Hero Power
 Ini Stormcoil Mech Gyver None

Ini Stormcoil is the final ranked hero, and he has the “Mech gyver” Hero Power, which rewards players with a random Mech from their Tavern Tier or lower after 12 of their minions die, making it ideal for a Mech-based composition.

Pros:

  • The steady stream of free Mechs from “Mech gyver” can help the player build a formidable warband.
  • The Hero Power is passive, so the player doesn’t need to spend gold or take action to use it.
  • Ini Stormcoil is well-suited for a Mech composition, which can be powerful if built correctly.

Cons:

  • The Hero Power requires 12 of the player’s minions to die before it can be used.
  • The player has no control over which Mech they receive from “Mech gyver.”

Our Tier List Criteria

The foundation of our tier list criteria is experiencing the game and carrying out its research. Our team invests a lot of time first in playing the game and then carrying the maximum amount of research on the subject. The tier list you’ve read has also been written, followed by the same procedure.

Our team has made every possible effort to develop the best possible end result for the readers. This guide, like any other tier list guide on Exputer, will give the reader the most useful information regarding our subject.

Changes Due To Updates

Last Update: Patch 26.4.3

Here are all the relevant changes that took place in recent Hearthstroke Battlegrounds patch updates:

Aranna Starseeker:

  • Old Hero Power: [Passive] After you Refresh 5 times, Bob always has 7 minions.
  • New Hero Power: [Passive] After 16 friendly minions attack, the first minion you buy every turn is free.

The Curator:

  • Old Hero Power: [Passive] Start the game with a 2/2 Amalgam with all minion types.
  • New Hero Power: [Passive] Start the game with a 1/1 Amalgam with Venomous and all minion types.

In a game like Hearthstone Battlegrounds, where the players have a lot of options to choose from, players must know which character is suitable for what role. Knowing your character before you play will increase the output from the character by many folds. This guide explains each character quite well and will help you ace the game in no time. Tier lists are the best possible way to get an insight into any aspect of the game.

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