Refreshing Mana Crystals is the refilling of a player's empty Mana Crystals, thus restoring their mana. This effect is distinguished from gaining new Mana Crystals: refreshing the player's mana only refills existing Mana Crystals, and does not grant new ones.
Currently, there is only one card capable of refreshing the player's mana: Kun the Forgotten King.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Effects that grant temporary filled Mana Crystals (such as The Coin or Innervate) appear similar to a limited refreshing of the player's mana: in fact, although temporary Mana Crystals are usually displayed to the right of regular Mana Crystals, if there is no room they appear to refill empty Mana Crystals (if any).
- Effects that clear current pending Overloaded mana (Lava Shock and Eternal Sentinel) are similar to a limited refreshing, since the Overloaded Mana Crystals they unlock are refilled.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Refreshing the player's Mana Crystals acts to counter the mana expended in playing the card, effectively making the card free to play, provided the player has enough mana to play it in the first place.
Cards[edit | edit source]
|Name / Desc||Rarity||Type||Subtype||Class||Cost||Atk||HP||Description|
|Kun the Forgotten King||Legendary||Minion||General||Druid||10||7||7||Choose One - Gain 10 Armor; or Refresh your Mana Crystals. Aya siphons a bit of Kun's soul to animate each golem in her Jade army. To his credit, he's being a great sport about it.|
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