What would it be like if you could work for malistare. What would it be like if instead of saving wizard city you could attack it. Imagine if you could choose to be a student of malistare. What would you think if when you become a grand master and you beat malistare the game is only half over. I've heard grand masters complain that once you finish the game there isnt much left to do. Well what if you could choose to become an evil wizard. And you would be able to keep all your friends but your level would drop back to one and you lose all your spells and have the option to choose from a new school .
If you look at the game it seems like the whole spiral is against you. its all because of malistare......or is it? malistare has to be a very busy man to be able to go to each world of the spiral and cause mass chaos and destruction. what if he sent his own students to do it instead.
There could be new schools and previous schools to learn from in malistare's version of ravenwood. it could be Drake Acadamy 8) 8) 8) 8) 8).
Just something to think about. if you think this would be a good idea message this topic or add some ideas you think would be good for this. and this isnt to betray ambrose but i'm just sayin what if malistare got to you first.
And i do apologize if i posted this before. i couldnt find it for some reason till now. Wolf DarkBlade,
Thats a crazy epically cool idea. Especially if like you fought the marleybone soldiers and the order of the fang. Those guys are cool and for example you had to penetrate the balance school and defeat alhazred, shalek, general khaba and khai ahmate the great and you had to get into Barkingham Palace and fight the princes and the queen and her loyal knights. This is like impossible but would be soooooooooooooooo cool.
Sean Ironflame Lvl 50 Grandmaster Pyromancer Sean Stormblade Lvl 30 Magus Diviner See ya in the Spiral
what if you were your own boss? You worked for malistair and was his best student so he let you be your own boss. Other wizards still battling agenst malistair would battle you. But this wouldn't be like pvp. You get the advantages of a boss. Lots of health, unlimited cards, and a natural attack. There could also be a back story to the whole other side. You could find out that malistair's wife knew a secret about headmaster ambrose that could ruin he for good. A secret plot to take over the spriral so his home world could rule it. Malistair wanted to bring her back to life so she could stop that from happening. You found that out by a note the head master drops when he go's to do something. Then you go to the other side.
Yeah, that would be a pretty cool edition. I have some ideas for if you were on Malistaire's side bosses:
Wizard City Guards
We could study in Dragonspyre academy, and learn the same magic, just from different people, like Dean Darkflame, Professor Malistaire, etc.
We could have a dungeon we have to fight through called Ravenwood, lol.
You have to fight guards and professors, and not real wizards called, Ranger Wizards. Here are some bosses and stats for the enemies in the dungeon:
Says: Give up wizard! Though we were both taught by the same man, you must give up!
Minions: Necromancer Ranger x3
Says: Leave our land! Students, make sure to keep defending!
Minions: Sorcerer Defender x3
Says: You have no right to go to my classroom. Be gone, wizard
Oh man, i gtg sry!
Those are some good ideas, although i think the one id look foward to the most is Merle Ambrose.
Minions: Minotaur, Wraith, some kinda upgraded Fire element, And any teacher but only once.
Says: You dont want to do this young wizard, I will not allow you to get past me.
Rank: 25 boss
every spell would be too tough
Thats what the fun part would be. I dont think fighting merle should be a tower though. I mean he's the head master of the school for a reason so fighting him would be like fighting up the celestial tower.
I dont really plan for KingsIsle to do this or even comment on it but they should atleast read this and others like this and understand that this would be a good ad on to the game and that there's other's who agree.