So you've deicided to play a battle. Good choice.
Your first choice is your wizard.
You want to pick a fast, agile wizard, preferably with a long range attach weapon such as a bow.
Therefore Vex is a good choice.
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with your charcter options set up
you move on to the portmanteau to pick your spells.
It is a good idea before picking spells to decide on your game tactics - see playing the game.
finally you'll need some non-summoning spells to compliment your spell armoury.
You'll want some offensive spells like dragon's breath or
And you'll want some defensive spells like teleport or
heal to get your wizard out of trouble
you'll need some summonable spells to produce creatures
Options here include the
inexpensive but fast paced skeleton,
the mediumly expensive, but strong and agile minotaur,
and the very expensive but devastating dragon.
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playing the game
There are 2 recognised styles of play,
which are more usefully decided prior to choosing your spells.
- defensive wizard (uses more summonble spells)
- offensive wizard (uses more non-summoning spells)
A defensive wizard will hide,
and attempt to take control of the map (places of power) with summonable creature spells,
saturating the landscape with creatures.
This approach is more usual in the inexperienced player.
An offensive wizard will go on the hunt for other wizards.
The mobility of the wizard means that spells can be used, however the wizard is more vunerable to attack.
This approach is particulary useful in scenarios where the creature count has been set low.