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Fields of Honor (TCG)

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For the subzone of Burning Steppes, see Fields of Honor.
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This article contains information from the Trading Card Game which is considered non-canon.

Fields of Honor is the ninth normal World of Warcraft TCG set, set for release on June 30, 2009.[1]

Loot cards

Loot cards:[1]

Theoretically, you can try the loot cards on the PTR with the following codes given to Neutral Landro Longshot <The Black Flame> at Booty Bay:

  • Path of Cenarius: 1111
  • Ogre Pinata: 2222
  • Magic Rooster Egg: 3333


Card Numbering

The numbering is based on a priority of:

  1. Heroes
    1. Alliance
    2. Horde
  2. Abilities
    1. Class Abilities
      1. Druid Abilities
      2. Hunter Abilities and Pets
      3. Mage Abilities
      4. Paladin Abilities
      5. Priest Abilities
      6. Rogue Abilities
      7. Shaman Abilities
      8. Warlock Abilities and Pets
      9. Warrior Abilities
    2. Alliance Abilities
    3. Horde Abilities
    4. Neutral Abilities
  3. Allies
    1. Alliance Allies
    2. Horde Allies
    3. Neutral Allies
  4. Equipment
    1. Armor
    2. Items
    3. Weapons
  5. Quests
    1. Alliance Quests
    2. Horde Quests
    3. Neutral Quests
  6. Loot

Each section is then ordered alphabetically.

Card List

Abilities

Number Name Type Faction Class
038 Roaring Blaze Ability Neutral Mage
084 Essence of Mending Ability Neutral PriestShaman
087 No Man's Land Ability Neutral DruidWarlock

Allies

NumberNameTypeSide
100Gromble the Apt AllyAlliance
112Noxel Shroudhaggle AllyAlliance
119Vurkeran AllyAlliance
121Blood Knight Haeleth AllyHorde
130Grugthar Sharpblade AllyHorde
136Morkad Sharptooth AllyHorde

Equipment

NumberNameTypeSide

Quests

NumberNameTypeSide
190Call to Arms: Warsong Gulch Quest: BattlegroundNeutral
197Rise and Be Recognized QuestNeutral

Loot

NumberNameTypeSide
Loot001Path of Cenarius AbilityNeutral

References

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