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February 2018 Ranked Play Season – Savage Sparkles

February 2018 Ranked Play Season – Savage Sparkles

The February 2018 Ranked Play Season is now live—and we’re unveiling a new card back you can add to your collection!

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Black iron? Spikes? SKULLS? Bah! These are the accoutrements of the uncertain. The greatest warriors know that nothing exemplifies absolute fearlessness on the battlefield like a generous coat of glitter! Let your foes see you coming from miles away—dazzle them with an array of glimmering SPARKLES*—and they will know that a truly savage foe is upon them! Add the Sparkles card back to your collection by playing Hearthstone during the month of February—and get savage!

These card backs replace the art decorating the reverse side of your cards and are a great way to show off your Hearthstone accomplishments. Add the Sparkles card back to your collection by hitting Rank 20 in either Standard or Wild Ranked Play modes. You’ll receive the Sparkle card back at the end of February’s Ranked Play Season in your Ranked Play reward chest.

You earn Ranked Play reward chests based on your highest earned rank over the course of a Ranked Play season. Reward chests may contain seasonal card backs, Arcane Dust, and golden cards, and can be obtained by playing in either Standard or Wild Ranked Play modes. You’ll be awarded one chest per Ranked Play season based on your highest rank between the two modes.

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Don’t forget—the further you move up the Ranked Play ladder, the higher your rank will be next season. You will be reset to four ranks below the highest rank you achieved for the season, and if you were skilled enough to reach Legend, you’ll be reset to Rank 4. 

Show your opponents how spectacularly sparkly you can be in February’s Ranked Play Season, Savage Sparkles.

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*Cute little stars are a particularly terrifying touch!

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