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Rules Discussion / Rune of Power discounts
« on: May 07, 2015, 03:38:53 AM »

I'm not sure if the Rund eof Power grants a discount on changing bound spells.
The FiF-Rulebook says concerning the Rune:
Rune of Power: Once per round, you may pay 1 less mana when casting a spell bound to this equipment or using a spell action provided by this equipment.
While Elemental Wand reads: As a quick spell, you may pay 3 mana to change the bound spell.

Does this already count as a spell action provided by the wand?

Thanks in advance

Spellbook Design and Construction / Sniper-Master
« on: March 17, 2015, 04:46:18 PM »
Sniper-MasterA Forcemaster Spellbookbuilt by the OCTGN SBB
Attack1 x Force Hammer1 x Surging Wave2 x Acid BallConjuration1 x Battle Forge1 x Mana Crystal1 x Suppression Orb1 x TanglevineCreature1 x Grimson Deadeye, SniperEnchantment1 x Falcon Precision1 x Forcefield1 x Armor Ward2 x Bear Strength1 x Block1 x Agony1 x Divine Protection1 x Hawkeye1 x Mongoose Agility2 x Nullify2 x Akiro's Favor1 x Brace YourselfEquipment2 x Dancing Scimitar1 x Force Ring1 x Galvitar, Force Blade1 x Psi-Orb1 x Eagleclaw Boots2 x Dragonscale Hauberk2 x Gauntlets of Strength1 x Wand of Healing1 x Enchanter's Ring1 x Colossus BeltIncantation1 x Sniper Shot3 x Dispel3 x Dissolve2 x Force Push2 x Knockdown2 x Purify1 x Purge Magic1 x Teleport
Total cost: 120 pts

This book is meant to bring out Battleforge and Mana Crystal in Turn 1 and Grimson by Turn 2. After that the FM can bring out some equipment and Bear Strength to go aggressive on the opponent.

I only played one game on OCTGN with it so far, in which my battleforge got destroyed turn 2, which REALLY slowed me down.

Since FiF is yet to be released in Germany and I don't have any access to promos, I need something to replace Akiro's Favor and Brace yourself if I want to use it on a real board.

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