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Dapuma

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non mage creatures
« on: September 26, 2012, 11:25:41 PM »
What is considered a non mage creature

the Wizard has an epic obilisk that makes all non mage creatures have 1 mana upkeep

Does that refer to anything that you did not cast, or would some of your own creatures be non mage?

Or does that refer to any Arcane creature which would be considered a mage creature

If you specialize in Lightning, and you have Arcane, would the Lightning be considered a mage creature since it is your specialty

thanks
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Re: non mage creatures
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2012, 01:32:38 AM »
A non-mage creature is any creature except a mage (Beastmaster, Priestess, Warlock, or Wizard), so any creature you or your opponent has cast is considered a non-mage creature. If it has an action marker but no quickcast marker, it's a non-mage creature.

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Re: non mage creatures
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2012, 09:05:26 AM »
Quote from: "Lothar" post=1404
A non-mage creature is any creature except a mage (Beastmaster, Priestess, Warlock, or Wizard), so any creature you or your opponent has cast is considered a non-mage creature. If it has an action marker but no quickcast marker, it's a non-mage creature.


 If it has an action marker but no quickcast marker, it's a non-mage creature. Well said. Another thing is mages do not have casting cost. So this would help confirm if a creature is a mage or not.
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