Magic Legends Classes and Worlds | Which Planeswalker will you be?

Magic Legends Classes

The Magic Legends gameplay reveal didn't exactly light the world on fire. The choice of a Diablo-like action RPG style came as a shock to many players, who were expecting a game closer to Cryptic Studios' previous outings, such as Neverwinter and Star Trek Online. However, players were treated to a brief pre-alpha trailer showing the game from a top-down perspective. Only a couple of Magic Legends classes were seen in this reveal, but the Magic: The Gathering MMORPG is going to launch with five classes in total, and they are all out there right now.

Magic Legends Classes | What are the five playable classes?

Magic Legends is presumably going to follow the known template where each class is a manifestation of a MTG color. If you find the choice a tough one, you don't have to worry; you can switch between the five classes at will. Magic Legends is an MMO that is fit for solo play, but you can also fight with two friends by your side.

You must pick your deck of spells from a selection before heading into the action. Your choice has to be careful, because these spells will be drawn at random during combat, forcing you to adapt your strategies as you are faces with different foes and spells.

Here are the details on the five Magic Legends classes:


Magic Legends Geomancer class

The Geomancer draws upon the power of the earth to pummel enemies in close quarters with devastating stone and lava attacks. They are capable of absorbing blows that would otherwise incapacitate other Planeswalkers with their rock shield. Geomancers prefer to call upon creatures like goblins, kavu, and earth elementals.

Mind Mage

Magic Legends Mind Mage class

The Mind Mage personifies cool intellect. As a planeswalker that focuses on psychic powers, battle enemies from a safe distance, controlling projectiles with telekinetic powers, and lock down dangerous foes with spells that puts them to sleep, or turn them against their allies.


Magic Legends class Beastcaller

The Beastcaller is the embodiment of primal might and savagery. Vanquish hordes of foes on the battlefield with crushing blows from your massive spirit axe, while coordinating your attacks with an Aether Fox companion – and other summoned beasts.



The Sanctifier is equally adept at smiting foes with searing bolts of light as they are with mending the wounds of fallen comrades. Summon forth angels, paladins and those dedicated to a noble cause to protect you in battle, while you lay waste to your enemies with righteous light.



The Necromancer uses deathly rituals to devastate enemies and raise undead hordes for their own purposes. Utilize your unique connection with death to tear the life from the living, and sap your enemies’ strength with terrible curses.

Magic Legends Worlds | Where will you fight?

To save the Multiverse, you have to explore various planes, such as Dominaria. Here are the details on the Magic Legends worlds that are known so far.

  • Shiv – A volcanic island on the plane of Dominaria – inhabited by Ghitu tribes, goblins, ogres, and dragons.
  • Benalia – A church-state city on the plane of Dominaria, where rolling plains meet dark swamps. The Benalish people are at war with the Cabal fanatics and their demons.
  • Tazeem – The jungle continent on the plane of Zendikar, featuring mystical Hedron stones, massive trees, and lush rivers – inhabited by merfolk, elves, and a host of wild creatures.
  • Tolaria – A tropical academy on the plane of Dominaria – teeming with aspiring wizards, Homarid beasts, and artifact constructs.
  • Gavony – A province on the plane of Innistrad, where the settlements and townsfolk are constantly under attack by the likes of werewolves and undead.

The Magic Legends release date is scheduled for 2021 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms. The PC open beta started on March 23, 2021.

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