In our article today we will tell you everything that you need to know about the Tales of Wind Mage class and the Mage promotion classes, the Pyromancer and the Frostweaver. Much like the Warrior class in our Warrior guide previously posted, this class is also beginner friendly because it is extremely safe, and also fun to play.

The Mage is a pure damage dealer, no matter which promotion class you will choose. Whether you go for Pyromancer and choose to have fire by your side, or go for the Frostweaver and bend the ice in ways that only you can, it is still going to be fun and damage focused and awesome.

So, are you ready to learn a thing or two about the Tales of Wind Mage class? Then let’s dive right into our guide right here below! 

Tales of Wind – Mage Class

Being the foundation class, the Mage is a powerful one no matter which sub class (or promotion class) you choose afterwards. The Mage is a ranged attacker (or damage dealer, depends how you like to call it) and does AoE damage, which means that it will attack multiple enemies at once. 

It works very well on its own, as well as in a team. It is not super tanky however, so you need to constantly be on the move and try to avoid as many enemy hits as you can, because the Mage was not made to take hits (that’s the Warriors’ role). 

The Mage has a skill which allows you to get out of a sticky situation, and that’s especially because the class can die pretty easy if you get hit by multiple enemies or by a powerful one.

Skills:

– Ice Storm: Summon a blizzard for a period of time which deals damage and slows the enemies continuously in the given area. It also has a chance to freeze the enemies.

– Frostbird: Summons an icebird which flies across the battlefield, dealing great damage to the enemies in its path.

– Blink: Dashes forward in a gust of howling wind, dealing damage to nearby enemies and freezing them, while also healing the caster.

Since the Mage has a combination of both of the promotion classes’ skills, it gives you the opportunity to try and get better with it, because it is super good! It will be super powerful, no matter which promotion class you will choose.

Tales of Wind – Pyromancer Class

While this is the fire mage, it doesn’t have fire skills per se. It is of course blessed with the might of fire, having huge damage dealing AoE skills, but it also has an ice skill, the Frostbird. This class has a super high self sustain, amazing attack, and of course crowd control. 

The crowd control is AoE also, so no matter which battle you will fight, it will come in handy because it is useful in every situation. Since the Pyromancer doesn’t need a healer all the time because of the great self sustain, it can of course benefit from some support!

Skills: 

– Firebird: Summons a firebird which soars across the battlefield instantly, dealing great damage to the enemies in its path.

– Enhanced Fire Storm: A burst of flames that deals damage instantly to up to six targets, stunning them.

– Frostbird: Summons an icebird which flies across the battlefield, dealing great damage to the enemies in its path.

The Pyromancer is an amazing class if you want to kill enemies left and right, and also support your team with crowd control skills. However, it doesn’t have as much crowd control as the Frostweaver. 

Tales of Wind – Frostweaver Class

The ice mage is an amazing class to play if you want damage and crowd control to support your team, or to simply keep all of your enemies at bay at all times. I like the Frostweaver more than the Pyromancer, because it can constantly keep the enemies frozen, so in very demanding situations you can easily get out by simply taking advantage of the frozen enemies.

It is also very good when dealing with enemies that apply crowd control, because it doesn’t need a support to remove negative effects off them, because they can simply use the Enhanced Blink for that.

Skills: 

– Ice Ward: Summons an ice ward which deals great damage to up to 6 targets and freezes them for some time. 

– Enhanced Blink: Dashes forward in a gust of howling wind, dealing damage to nearby enemies and freezing them, while also removing all crowd control debuffs and healing the caster.

– Ice Storm: Summon a blizzard for a period of time which deals damage and slows the enemies continuously in the given area. It also has a chance to freeze the enemies.

As you can see, the Frostweaver is a very crowd control focused class, mostly because it can have the enemies frozen most of the time. It is amazing for multiplayer dungeons, especially if you can use the Enhanced Blink to get yourself to safety and heal (and remove crowd control if you have any applied).

Do you like the Mage? Which is your favorite promotion class? Let us know down in the comments below! Also, don’t forget to check out our game guide and class promotion guide to learn everything about getting these classes!

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