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The Hunt for Illidan
The Hunt for Illidan
Publisher(s) Upper Deck Entertainment
Type Standard
Release date July 1, 2008
Total cards 252
Trading Card Game
This article contains information from the Trading Card Game which is considered non-canon.

The Hunt for Illidan is the sixth standard set in the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game, and the third part of the Burning Crusade Block. It was released on July 1, 2008.[1]


Upper Deck Entertainment[1][2]

Shadowmoon Valley erupts with activity as the forces of the Illidari rush to secure their defenses against the encroaching threats to their master. Surrounded on all sides, the gates of the Black Temple will soon be assaulted by the Heroes of the Horde, Alliance, and the Burning Legion. The balance of power is tipping, but which side will gain the upper hand? The battle for control of Outland is at hand, the hunt for Illidan has begun! You are not prepared!

Diamond Comics preview[3]


Illidan Stormrage, the Betrayer, has returned to Azeroth, and Upper Deck's World of WarCraft TCG: Hunt For Illidan Booster Packs bring this new threat into the game! With factions across Azeroth hoping to gain control of Illidan's powers – or banish him from Azeroth forever – gamers will find new threats, new quests, and new gameplay mechanics! Veteran players and new fans will want to look for the World of WarCraft TCG: Hunt for Illidan Booster Packs on page 532 of the March PREVIEWS!

Set info[]

  • Set Size: 252
    • 80 Commons
    • 60 Uncommons
    • 73 Rares
    • 15 Epics
    • 24 Heroes
  • Demon Heroes
    • Servants of the Betrayer introduced Traitor heroes, but The Hunt for Illidan takes things to the next level with Demon heroes. Take control of powerful members of the Burning Legion that each have innovative deckbuilding rules and restrictions.
  • Rewards for Loyal Heroes
    • With all of the heroes being rewarded for being Traitors in Servants of the Betrayer, the Loyal heroes may have felt a little neglected. The Hunt for Illidan brings new quests, equipment, and allies that are only available to heroes that have remained loyal to the Alliance or Horde.


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

Each section is then ordered alphabetically.

Card List[]


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Number Name Type Faction Class
089 Lightning Arc Ability Neutral Shaman
102 Finishing Shout Ability Neutral Warrior


Number Name Type Side
147 Blood Knight Kyria Ally Horde
187 Battlemage Vyara Ally Neutral: Scryer Reputation


Number Name Type Side
236 Akama's Promise Quest Neutral

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