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Magic: Legends Getting Dimir Assassin Class


The newest Planeswalker class to join Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Games’ Magic: Legends is the Dimir Assassin.

This stealthy and agile assassin epitomizes Ravnica’s House Dimir, possessing the ability to set up enemies for devastating combo attacks. They always fight on their own terms, and carry with them a strong sense of control before exploiting weaknesses.

The Dimir Assassin Costume is unlocked account-wide and is equippable at any Tailor in-game. Meanwhile the Disinformation Trait (which is unlocked at class Level 30) makes creatures you control gain Lesser Resistance for five seconds whenever you draw a spell. Alternatively, when you discard a spell, enemies within 15 feet will gain Greater Vulnerability for five seconds.

Finally, the Nightveil Stalker (which is unlocked immediately) is a Mythic Rare spirit Assassin Creature spell with Hexproof. Upon entering each battlefield, it deals damage to foes and stuns them. For every third spell you draw, it will teleport to an enemy and damage them, losing its hexproof ability for a brief period of time.

Learn more with the overview trailer below:

Magic: Legends | Dimir Assassin Class Overview

Players will be able to unlock the Dimir Assassin class (and the Nightveil Stalker Spell and Dimir Assassin Costume) at Level 50 with both the free and premium tiers of the Battlepass.

Source: Press Release
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