A Little On The Side


It’s hard to believe that I never used treasure cards when I originally quested up my myth wizard. Now I take full advantage of them and the opportunities that they offer. Many treasure cards are useful, but there are some that stick out from the pack. Whether questing or assisting, sometimes having a card that you can pull up right away can be the difference between winning and losing. Here are my must have treasure cards:

1. Pierce/Shatter


Especially in the lower levels of the game, shields are a pain. Some players like to knock off shields with wand hits, but doing that will also use up any universal blades and traps. For a quick and easy fight, have some shatter or pierce TC handy to clear shields without any trouble.

2. Cleanse Charm


Weaknesses and plagues can easily add up and substantially affect your attack. This applies even more so in tougher areas such as Khrysalis where mobs and bosses use efreet (-90% debuff). I always make sure to pack at least one cleanse charm in my sideboard when facing fire enemies. However, even if there are no fire opponents, having this card ready to go is always a good option.

3. Vaporize


I think it’s safe to say we’ve all been a victim of earthquake at least once. If you find yourself with a ton of blades on and a myth opponent high on pips, cast a vaporize to eliminate the threat. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

4. Dissipate


Not long ago just earthquake was a threat to our blades. That isn’t so anymore! Storm enemies are also a huge threat to our precious buffs with spells like sirens, leviathan, and glowbug squall. Just like vaporize, throw on a dissipate to neutralize the possibility of a blade-stealing spell.


Please note that this is meant to be a recommendation list for PvE battles. I’m sure PvP side decks would look much different. Of course, TC decks will also vary depending on if you’re fighting a cheating boss or not. The above TCs are useful in just about every fight!

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