Hearthstone’s biggest minions are here, what are the new Colossal monsters? Join us while we explore this Voyage to the Sunken City keyword

The latest Hearthstone game expansion brought new mechanics to the game, one of the most impressive ones, the Colossal Keyword. This new Voyage to the Sunken City keyword will make a splash in the meta. But, how does the Hearthstone Colossal mechanic work? Take a deep breath as we dive into this new Keyword.

Colossal Keyword

The new Hearthstone Colossal Keyword is a brand new mechanic of Voyage to the Sunken City expansion. Minions with the Colossal keyword are so huge that they don’t fit in a regular Hearthstone card. These minions have extra appendages that synergize with their main body and are summoned with it when the main body enters the battlefield.

Colaque new Hearthstone Colossal Druid Minion
Colaque new Hearthstone Colossal Druid Minion
Colaque's Shell, Colaque's appendage
Colaque’s Shell, Colaque’s appendage

Minions with the Colossal Keyword will summon their appendages whenever they are summoned. It doesn’t matter if you play them from hand, you recruit them from your deck, or if you just hit a lucky evolve or summon from a spell. Once a Colossal minion enters the battlefield, its token will do it too, doing something Hearthstone has never seen before.

Hearthstone Associate Game Designer Gallon, in an interview with Esports.gg gave some insights about the Colossal Keyword. For him, the Colossal could be Hearthstone’s best Keyword outside Discover. Moreover, he explained his view on Colossal minions:

“Colossal minions are minions that are just too big to fit onto just one card. So whenever you summon them—not just play them—whenever you summon them like if you recruit them or summon them in your deck, they will spawn with their extra appendages. And these are unique limbs that will play off the main body’s textbox in very interesting ways.”

Gallon to Esports.gg on Colossal minions

As you will see, these Colossal minions will be something unique. Its main powerful body with the extra appendages can resemble facing a boss in an old retro video game.

Every Hearthstone Colossal Minion

Every Hearthstone Class will have its signature Colossal Legendary minion. They will probably be build-around cards for many archetypes and probably one of the things players will rush to test when Voyage to the Sunken City expansion launches on April 12th.

Enjoy all the Colossal minions released so far and their appendages. They are not only powerful cards but also have unique card art flowing across the board.

Crabatoa Rogue's new Colossal Minion Hearthstone Voyage to the Sunken City
Rogue’s new Colossal Minion

Gaia the Techtonic Mage's new Colossal Legendary in Voyage to the Sunken City Hearthstone Expansion
Mage’s new Legendary in Voyage to the Sunken City Hearthstone Expansion

Blackwater Behemoth Priests new Colossal Legendary Minion  Hearthstone Colossal
Priest’s new Colossal Legendary Minion

Druid's new Colossal minion
Druid’s new Colossal minion

Demon Hunter's new Colossal Legendary minion and its Appendages Hearthstone voyage to the sunken city
Demon Hunter’s new Colossal Legendary minion and its Appendages

Nellie, the Great Thresher and its Pirate Ship Hearthstone Colossal
Nellie, the Great Thresher and its Pirate Ship, Warrior’s new Colossal minion

Gigafin, Warlock's Colossal Legendary Minion Hearthstone Colossal
Gigafin, Warlock’s Colossal Legendary Minion

Enjoy all the Colossal minions released so far and their appendages. They are not only powerful cards but also have unique card art flowing across the board.

If these Colossal minions aren’t enough for you, check all the other Voyage to the Sunken City Hearthstone cards in our special article. Furthermore, if you want to go deeper into this expansion, we have an interview with all the secrets of the new expansion’s mechanics.

This is all for now, but stay tuned to Esports.gg for more Hearthstone news and updates. See you next time in Sunken City.

Manuel

Manuel "Rane" Delgado

Writer of the Month: August | Twitter: @RaneTDF

Manuel “Rane” Delgado is an experienced Hearthstone caster, content creator, and tournament organizer from Argentina. He started his career on Esports casting his own tournaments, now he currently covers Hearthstone Grandmasters’ Americas region for LATAM, among other content creation. Besides esports, he works in a construction company, which made him kind of a "handyman" when fixing everyday house problems.