If I somehow give Windfury to this pretty boy

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(for example by getting Windfury from an enemy mage playing a Spellslinger), what is going to happen if I kill one of the opponent's minions? Do I get two more attacks? Or is the additional attack from Windfury wasted in this case?

  • My guess would be it just adds another 'normal' attack, so windfury would just be pushed back. Interesting question for science, though – two bugs May 10 '16 at 12:25
  • @twobugs definitely doing it for science, the chance of this happening is VERY low, but it still could be an interesting interaction – Kappei May 10 '16 at 12:32

It can attack the opposing hero twice and any number of minions before. (As long as it kills them.) I tested this in a practice game via Enhance-o Mechano.

Before attacks: enter image description here

After first (minion) and second attack (hero): enter image description here

After third (minion) and fourth attack (hero): enter image description here

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    So potentially it could "double tap" an opposing big minion to kill it, then keep attacking afterwards. Thanks for testing this out! – Kappei May 10 '16 at 12:55
  • After it killed a minion with it's 3rd attack shouldn't it of chained into a 5th attack? Since the card says "whenever it attacks and kills a minion". The order of chaining seemed to be going base -> windfury -> bonus base -> windfury. Even in the situation where it goes base -> bonus base -> windfury -> bonus base, it seems like that last bonus base should of triggered another windfury. – Ryan May 10 '16 at 20:30
  • This wasn't on the wiki, so I added it as a reference. Thanks! hearthstone.gamepedia.com/Giant_Sand_Worm#Notes – Patashu Jun 23 '16 at 6:54

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