Magic Shield

Summary: Here is the last of 5 first expansion.

Magic Shield

Type – Conjuration

Cost – 1

– Select an affiliation.  All allied creatures with the selected affiliation gain +1 Magic Protection.

Comment: It would be nice to have similar spell that gives Physical Protection, but that may be a bit overpowered perhaps.

So it looks like the expansions are part of total 30 new cards promised for PSP version rather than in addition to them, which is a bit disappointing.   But of course if the game sells well, they would continue to support and make more expansion.

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6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by WARBEAR on March 17, 2010 at 8:55 am

    Yorgas prayer

    cost 1
    conjuration

    choose allied creature on board, that creature gains protection equal to number of allies of same element on board.

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  2. @Warbear: Wow, that one is powerful. Imagine a just summoned Sacred with it, quite indestructable

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  3. I mean a Saint, not a Sacred

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  4. Posted by drizzle on March 18, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    Yorgas prayer could be very good if you summon watch tower then the following turn ascention scion then play Yorgas prayer. You would have both watch tower and scion with at least 2 protection generating mana for you at the end of your turn. This would be a tough pair to kill but something you would need to get rid of in a hurry.

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  5. Posted by WARBEAR on March 18, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    These are good ideas. The concept of protecting mana generators of any kind is very interesting. Mana is the key (obviously) to everything.

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  6. Posted by Houshasen on March 18, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    @Warbear

    Thanks for the info. That looks like a very good card and doesn’t seem like overpowered at first glance. As it only applies to a single creature and to get the best benefit for it, you need to have unielemental or single element weighted deck. Definitely, another card that supports the unielemental deck.

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