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Drums of War (TCG)

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For the leatherworking item, see  [Drums of War]. For the warrior talent, see [Drums of War]. For the patch with the same name, see Patch 1.12.

Drums of War is the seventh normal World of Warcraft TCG set, released in 28 October, 2008.[1]

WoW TCG Sets
Standard Sets

Heroes of Azeroth Block

March of the Legion Block

Drums of War Block

Scourgewar Block

Worldbreaker Block

Aftermath Block

Timewalkers Block

Reprint Sets


Raid Decks

Onyxia's Lair
Molten Core
Magtheridon's Lair
Black Temple
Assault on Icecrown Citadel
Battle of the Aspects
The Caverns of Time

Dungeon Decks

Shadowfang Keep
Scarlet Monastery
The Deadmines

Preconstructed Decks

Death Knight Deluxe Starter
Class Starters

Champion Decks

Box Sets

Feast of Winter Veil
Darkmoon Faire
Arena Grand Melee
Epic Collections


Badge of Justice Redemption
Burning Crusade Promo Set
WotLK Promo Set
Cataclysm Promo Set
Blood of Gladiators Promo Set

Set Details

Not much is known about this set, but the items available for redemption can be found on the 2.4.3 PTR.[2] [3]

A Drums of War PVP Battle Deck is available for two players to start playing. Unlike the Heroes of Azeroth, the starter Heros are fixed:

  • Alliance Spellweaver Jihan (Human Mage)
  • Horde The Longeye (Troll Hunter)

New in Drums of War

  • Locations are a new card type that can be placed face up in your resource row like Quests, but they stay face up even after you use their powers.
  • Allies have four new racial keywards: berserking (Troll), diplomacy (Human), shadowmeld (Night Elf), and war stomp (Tauren).
  • Armor sets are equipment cards that occupy multiple uniqueness slots.
  • Dual-class abilities can be included in the decks of two different classes.


The numbering is based on a priority of:

  1. Exclusive Cards
  2. Heroes
    1. Alliance
    2. Horde
  3. 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
  4. Allies
    1. Alliance Allies
    2. Horde Allies
    3. Neutral Allies
  5. Equipment
    1. Armor
    2. Items
    3. Weapons
  6. Quests
    1. Alliance Quests
    2. Horde Quests
    3. Neutral Quests

Each section is then ordered alphabetically.

Card List


  1. ^
  2. ^ Landro Longshot chat dialog image showing expansion listed as an option
  3. ^ Landro Longshot chat dialog image showing list of possible loot card turn-ins