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How To Unlock All Other Classes In Magic: Legends

How To Unlock All Classes In Magic: Legends
The Magic: Legends Open Beta has arrived and with it, your own Planeswalker. This guide on How To How To Unlock All Other Classes In Magic: Legends will tell you how to unlock all of the additional classes as initially, you’re restricted to choosing one class that then locks the others.

When you start your adventure in Magic: Legends there are starting classes you can pick. When picking a class, be sure to check their primary abilities. While you can unlock new cards of multiple colors as you progress through the game, the core starting abilities are fixed to that particular class. You can eventually unlock all classes in Magic: Legends, so don’t worry about the initial choice too much. It does take a lot of grinding to unlock the classes later, but the options are there.

How To Unlock All Classes In Magic: Legends

There are five total classes in Magic: Legends but after your initial choice, they will become locked. You will have to progress through the game to unlock more. Everyone in Magic: Legends begins in the same region, Tazeem. This acts as the central tutorial for all players. This is where you unlock your 12 basic cards for your Planeswalker class, as well as being introduced to various features and mechanics within the game. It’s quite lengthy, and will likely take you a few hours to complete.

Eventually, after you complete the Tazeem region and progress through to the next area, you will soon unlock The Realm. It is here that the game will introduce the mechanics to unlocking your next Planeswalker classes. It’s not a part of the game that can be missed.

  • Create your first character and choose your class
  • Complete the tutorial area of the game in Tazeem
  • Once you have completed Tazeem, progress until you unlock The Realm
  • The realm is where you unlock classes but you need to follow the main story
  • When you upgrade the Mystical Study to level 2, you can unlock classes.

Your realm has a lot of cool features to explore, but we don’t want to spoil it. Just rest assured, you will unlock the other classes before too long. Once you have the realm unlocked, you will need to spend a lot of resources to open the planes associated with that particular class.

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