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<center>'''Flame Blast'''</center>
 
<center>'''Flame Blast'''</center>
 
<center>'''[[Uncommon]] Spell'''</center>
 
<center>'''[[Uncommon]] Spell'''</center>
 
<center>'''[[Fire]] x 3'''</center>
 
<center>'''[[Fire]] x 3'''</center>
 
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<center>Powersurge: Deal damage equal to your power spent.</center>
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<center>Powersurge: Deal 1 damage. Spend your remaining power to increase the damage dealt by that much.</center>
 
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This is a powerful direct-action that is often a key part of a deck build aimed at burning the enemy [[character]] in the face. It's three Fire [[influence]] requirement means that it is usually seen in decks which are primarily Fire based.
 
This is a powerful direct-action that is often a key part of a deck build aimed at burning the enemy [[character]] in the face. It's three Fire [[influence]] requirement means that it is usually seen in decks which are primarily Fire based.
  
When you play this card it does damage directly to your opponent's main character. How much damage? Well, that depends. This is a [[Powersurge]] card. When you play it, it takes all your remaining [[power]] for the turn... and that's how much damage it does. So if you have 7 max power and play this card at the beginning of you turn, it does 7 damage. If you first play a 3 power cost unit then play this card, it will do 4 damage.  
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When you play this card it does damage directly to your opponent's main character. How much damage? Well, that depends. The base damage done is. 1 point. However when you play it, it takes all your remaining [[power]] for the turn adds that much damage. So if you have 7 max power and play this card at the beginning of you turn, it does 1 + 5 = 6 damage. If you first play a 3 power cost unit then play this card, it will do 1 + 2 = 3 damage.  
  
 
The damage from Flame Blast can't be blocked, however the card's effect will be negated if the opponent's main character is protected by an [[Aegis]]. In that case your Flame Blast will do no damage but will remove the Aegis - leaving your opponent open for another Flame Blast next turn if you have one.
 
The damage from Flame Blast can't be blocked, however the card's effect will be negated if the opponent's main character is protected by an [[Aegis]]. In that case your Flame Blast will do no damage but will remove the Aegis - leaving your opponent open for another Flame Blast next turn if you have one.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 07:56, 16 August 2017

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Flame Blast
Uncommon Spell
Fire x 3

Cost:    2+

Powersurge: Deal 1 damage. Spend your remaining power to increase the damage dealt by that much.

Flame Blast

Flame Blast is an Uncommon spell card from the Eternal card game. It belongs to the Fire faction.

What Does Flame Blast Do?

This is a powerful direct-action that is often a key part of a deck build aimed at burning the enemy character in the face. It's three Fire influence requirement means that it is usually seen in decks which are primarily Fire based.

When you play this card it does damage directly to your opponent's main character. How much damage? Well, that depends. The base damage done is. 1 point. However when you play it, it takes all your remaining power for the turn adds that much damage. So if you have 7 max power and play this card at the beginning of you turn, it does 1 + 5 = 6 damage. If you first play a 3 power cost unit then play this card, it will do 1 + 2 = 3 damage.

The damage from Flame Blast can't be blocked, however the card's effect will be negated if the opponent's main character is protected by an Aegis. In that case your Flame Blast will do no damage but will remove the Aegis - leaving your opponent open for another Flame Blast next turn if you have one.


This page written for Eternal version 1.23, Card Sets 1 & 2    Last updated: 16-08-2017