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Runemaster
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Runemaster

Interactive. Half-elf. During phase 3, Runemaster can cast runes via the Spellfire app. Artifacts do not work when Runemaster is "in play".

Properties

Type
Cleric card type
Power
5
Rarity
Legendary
Element
Earth
World
Holy Deadlands
Edition
Prime
Level
1
Race
Elf/Half-Elf Female
Cult
Worshipper
Phases
3/4
Version

Copyrights:
Art by: Edgaras Guršnys

Extended description

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This interactive card is unique because you can choose your upgrade path yourself. You have two options to choose from at every level, and only one of them will be available to use in a match. Choose wisely!

Story

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The Runemaster is a true guardian of the forest gifted with ancient powers. From the fourth century, she's been making runestones, and the first was placed upon the graves of well-known forest inhabitants. The main purpose of a runestone was to mark territory, explain inheritance, bring glory to heroes, and notify of important events. Runes keep the energy and wisdom of ancestors. With the help of runes, this cleric performs certain rituals to protect creatures from evil. These days, runes are becoming a rare phenomenon; that is why Runemaster's work is highly appreciated. Being a half-elf, she must guard the forest. With the help of runes and her elven power, the forest and its population are under complete control.

Terms explained

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Elf - Champions and allies designated as elves gain bonuses or penalties on other card's special powers. Elves can be of any champion type. Any cards designated as elf (drow), half-elves, high-elves are considered to be elves, but might gain special bonuses or penalties on other card's special powers for their sub-class.

Half-Elf - Half-elf champions and allies are treated as both elves and half-elves for card interactions. Any bonuses or penalties that apply to half-elves also affect them. It's important to note that half-elves are also considered half-human, which means they can receive bonuses or penalties as humans.

Interactive - Card special powers are controlled by the Spellfire app. Scan QR code to see the powers. Interactive cards lose their interactivity when switched sides.

Worshipper - If a worshipper is in a player's pool, an Avatar can be brought into play by discarding an ally instead of a cleric. If 3+ worshippers are in the same pool, an Avatar can be brought into play without discarding any card.