Here are Hearthstone’s new 1000-win class portraits

Blizzard teased a Hearthstone Halloween Event that would include, among other tricks and treats, new class portraits that will require 1000 wins per class to be earned. The big event got underway today, which means players can finally get a look at what all that effort is going toward.

The good news is that any wins earned prior to the launch of the Hallow’s End Event will count toward your total, so you won’t necessarily have to crank out 9000 fresh wins to claim all these classy pics. The bad news is that only wins in Ranked or Arena count: Casual, PvE, and Tavern Brawls do not.

 

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