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Space cowboy and StarCraft veteran Jimmy Raynor was one of the very first heroes to join the Nexus in Heroes of the Storm, which means his rework is very welcome news for Heroes fans. Same goes for Azmodan, or Azmodunk, which thanks to not really being all that powerful end-game wise has seen the Diablo villain missing from most competitive play.

Well, not anymore. As the reworked Azmodan looks to rectify things by making his abilities and strength grow over time, kind of like his Diablo cohort The Butcher - where the more he hits enemy minions and other heroes his damage gets buffed. Which is only fitting for one of the Lords of Hell.

Check out the below preview that goes over the major changes coming.

As for ol' James Raynor, the rework is more streamlining to suit as auto-attack style of play. As detailed in the video below, the changes to self-healing and bonus damage shots should make Raynor a go-to hero once again.

The reworks for both Azmodan and Raynor don't have a specific release date as of yet, but are both expected to drop sometime in July.

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