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Scourgewar is the tenth normal World of Warcraft TCG set, released in November 24, 2009.[1]

Loot Items:


Players in the online realms have been hard at work in Northrend for almost a year now, with the Wrath of the Lich King letting adventurers land on the frozen continent and take on everything it has to offer. Now the action is coming to the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game on November 24th, when Sourgewar freezes things over at your local game store.

Amid the powerful new Death Knight cards and other secrets we have waiting for players in the next expansion, you're probably dying to get a look at the newest additions to the Loot card assortment. Without making you wait any longer, let's dive right into things.

Set 1 of 3 in the Scourgewar Block

Release Date: 24 November 2009

Set Size: 270

  • 120 Commons
  • 60 Uncommons
  • 60 Rares
  • 10 Epics
  • 20 Heroes

Loot cards


Say hello to our newest little friend. Tauren and Draenei, we have the ultimate irony you've been waiting for. The newest super-common loot card will give you a mini mount that will carry you around as fast as his little legs will take him—which isn't any faster than your character can run, but hey, it's the thought that counts. Horde characters will get a baby raptor version of the mount, and Alliance will get a pony version. Each code will be redeemed for 50 uses, so you'll be able to get lots of work out of Tiny for each card you get your hands on.

Tuskarr Kite

One of the coolest factions to make their appearance in Wrath of the Lich King, the Tuskarr are a Walrus-like species of humanoids that like to fish. One of the things you've probably noticed while running around and doing their errands is the cool decorations they have around their towns. With Tuskarr Kite, you'll be able to own your own decorative kite that functions just like the Onyxia Kite from March of the Legion's Kiting Loot card. This uncommon Loot card also counts towards your companion pet achievements, so if you're still working towards your new pets, the Kite will help too!

Spectral Tiger Cub

The Spectral Tiger is the quintessential Loot card for collectors out there, and now they'll have a little kitten to add to their spectral menagerie. This companion pet comes with tiny little armor to match his size, and lets out a haunting meow when you click on him. Stop to check your mail and it will wait patiently for you, and then run to catch up to you when you head on your way after business has been attended to. As the rare Loot card of the expansion, this is one kitty that plenty of fans will be wanting to get their hands on!


  1. ^ Scourgewar. Retrieved on 2011-06-08.

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