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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

How do you make a wizard101 spell card?

Question here from Bryan:
hi FN
i was wondering:
how can you make a wizard101 spell card?

If you're talking about the cards I did for my happy dueling game, I used the big huge labs site. If you're talking about enchanted treasure cards, there are two ways, Bryan . . . one is easy, and one involves extreme pains.

The first method, I talk about here. Just note that you can't trade these cards anymore. You can make them, you just can't trade them. You can read the reason why from this beautifully written explanation from J. Todd Coleman in the latest Ravenwood Newsletter.

The second way you make a Wizard101 Spell Card is by picking up the crafting skill and visiting your class tree to obtain a recipe. These recipes are much more expensive than the 50 gold you spend on a tough or keen eyes treasure card.

For instance, here is the horrible recipe to craft a simple Centaur card.


The initial cost of the recipe is 1,200 gold and you must also craft (or find) 2 seraph cards. Here is your horrible recipe for Seraph cards:


The initial cost of the recipe is 550 gold and you must also craft (or find) 1 Nature's Wrath card. Here is your horrible recipe for Nature's Wrath cards:


The initial cost of the recipe is 400 gold and you must also craft (or find) 1 leprechaun card. Here is your horrible recipe for Leprechaun cards:


The initial cost of the recipe is 150 gold and yo must also craft (or find) 1 imp card. Here is your not so bad recipe for imp cards:


Whew, only 50 gold plus the cost of 4 components. yay. Hope you enjoyed your painstaking journey of crafting a single Centaur card. wee!

As you can see . . . making your own treasure cards through crafting isn't cheap. (hint, these cards are really only made as a part of crafting awesome furniture items like the carousel . . . darn those earthquake cards.)

Thanks for the question!

Happy Dueling!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, one can always use the bazaar to get the lower level cards for a semi-cheap amount. It doesn't always work, but it is worth a shot.

Sierra Starsong said...

As if crafting all those cards to use for ingredients in other cards wasn't bad enough, you can only buy the recipes for cards from your own school.

Fist of Fire said...

The only reason I'm not making a carousel is because I need 6 earthquake treasure cards.

Anonymous said...

I tried the first method it doesn't work (I just wasted my only tough card) :(.