Magic cards greyscale 1.3.1_EN1

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PDF file containing all magic cards, with rules version 1.2.This file contains greyscale cards, without fluff text included.

Standard spells come first, grouped by Path, with a specific card for the path rule if it has one.
Bound spells come next, grouped by army that has access to them.
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    Corrected Rune of Swift Striking.
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    Magic cards for version 1.3
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    "Focused" added to Breath of Corruption (Occultism) and Cleansing Fire (Thaumaturgy).
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    Updated Druidism attribute.
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    Runecraft was missing - fixed.
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    Many fixes found after review.
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    Fixed bound spells (no boosted version).
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  • Kisscool -

    Just to be sure. These are not up-to-date with 1.3.4 path version ?

    • Iluvatar -

      Probably not... I'm not sure what's different in the paths doc though. Minor wording here and there probably, and the marking of the changes from 1.2 has disappeared.