An In-Depth Look at Attributes – Part 2: Intelligence

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  1. Ectar says:

    It’s a crime that you didn’t mention that this attribute has something like 90% of all the damage based removal spells and abilities in the game. It’s clearly a focus of Intelligence cards.

    • waynemcpayne says:

      Thanks for the feedback, Ectar! I actually did mention this in the article in the 4th section when I talked about the School of Destruction magic.

      “While Intelligence does have a wide array of removal in the form of actions and creatures, all of it is damage based, which can be a big drawback when facing down massive creatures or creatures with ward.”

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