Doomcaller is a card in the new Whispers of the Old Gods expansion, that reads "Give your C'Thun +2/+2 (wherever it is). If it's dead, shuffle it into your deck.".

This is a scenario that I will probably encounter soon: I play my C'Thun. It dies. My opponent plays C'Thun as well. I cast Entomb on it, which shuffles his C'Thun into my deck. Now I have a dead C'Thun, and another one in my deck.

If I play Doomcaller now, will it shuffle the dead one into my deck?

(similar situations occur with other cards, e.g. cards that make copies of C'Thun before it dies)

  • From what the wiki says, the battlecry will work in this situation.
    – FoxMcCloud
    Apr 28 '16 at 12:56

Yes, it will work.

Doomcaller just checks if C'Thun is dead, without caring about the presence of any other copy in your deck or hand.

A reddit user had a similar experience to the one you explained in your question: he got a C'Thun from A light in the darkness, played it and it subsequently died. After played a Doomcaller he got a second copy of C'Thun added to his deck.

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    What if you have 2 dead C'Thun's, will it shuffle both back in or choose one (i.e. the first one it reaches)
    – nickson104
    Apr 28 '16 at 14:40
  • @nickson104 honestly I don't know and I don't have a Doomcaller to do some testing. I'll try to find further informations.
    – Kappei
    Apr 28 '16 at 23:30
  • I have the same problem, else I would test too. I just felt it would be a good addition to the answer
    – nickson104
    Apr 29 '16 at 7:02
  • I have just tested this in a dungeon run. If two C'thuns are dead and you play a Doomcaller, one C'thun will be added to your deck. Aug 31 '18 at 17:50

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