Aegwynn was appointed Guardian by the Order of Tirisfal in the earlier days of Azeroth's history. She accomplished more than a few astounding feats during her time as Guardian, including the defeat of the Avatar of Sargeras in Northrend. But what she didn't realize was that Sargeras' spirit then leapt to her body, and later, to her unborn son. When Medivh, Aegwynn's heir and the next in line for Guardian, was born, he was born with that piece of Sargeras' spirit slumbering inside of him, waiting for the right opportunity to wake up and take over.
But enough about Aegwynn's history. Let's take a better look at that gorgeous card after the break.
This makes this particular block of the TCG a pretty fascinating one even just from a lore perspective -- the idea that mortals are taking over where the Dragonflights can no longer serve is honestly pretty cool. But it's really the opportunity to go back to the days of earlier Warcraft games and do battle with the TCG that makes this block one of the coolest I've seen introduced. The ability to play old heroes long thought forgotten, like General Turalyon, and in places that have had their faces permanently changed, like the capital city of Lordaeron.
And of course, the ability to play with legendary weapons as well. It just wouldn't be a Guardian expansion without Atiesh, after all. For more information on Betrayal of the Guardian, including a look at those tasty loot cards, check out the official page over at Cryptozoic.