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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Spell of the Week -- Judgement

BEHOLD THE MIGHTY SPELL OF THE WEEK!

Judgement

That's right! Lady Judgement in the hizouse! Balance wizards pick up this spell as early as level 28 if you can believe that. It's been known in Wizard101 from the beginning as the best single target killer spell out there, and that's because of it's "X damage" nature. A full row of power pips in front of a balance wizard usually equates to something being very deaded very quickly. To block this spell, it's usually necessary to tower shield and debuff the caster (you know with things like plague, weakness, unbalancer, etc.) since there is no balance shield to guard against its power.

You can find this spell on treasure cards and items as well if you aren't a balance wizard, and if you absolutely love casting this spell outside of your class, then perhaps the balance mastery amulet would be your best friend. :)

I asked readers of The Friendly Necromancer to supply me with a few screenshots of them casting a Judgement spell, and they did not disappoint! Thanks everyone for your pictures! (You can click on those to make them bigger and get a good look at what they're saying.)

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Rachel Windtalon:


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Gorman Ravenhunter:


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Seth Shadowcloud:


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Valudus Lifeheart:


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Chris Battleblood:


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Shocker1217:


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Destiny Stormstone:


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Jason Thundershield:


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Terri Nightshield:


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Seth Hunter:


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Those are great! Thanks again everyone!

Happy dueling

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Um hello. The person who posted the picture with the judgement killing the Rat Magician, that belongs to me. I am Okay101 on w101 central. I made that picture by freezing my screen while casting an Immolate so it would over. Kinda disappoints me that someone used my screenshot as their own work.