Mystic
Asset. Hand

Item. Tome.

Cost: 3. XP: 1.
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Exhaust Book of Shadows and spend 1 resource: Add 1 charge to a Spell asset you control.

Dimitri Bielak
The Unspeakable Oath #154.
Book of Shadows
Reviews

The creators of this card are the same masterminds behind the upcoming Level 1 version of the Springfield M1903 seen below:

Springfield M1903

Guardian
Asset. Hand x3
Item. Weapon. Firearm. Hex.

Cost: 9. XP: 1.
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Uses (3 ammo).

Spend 4 ammo: Fight. You get -1 and deal 0 damage for this attack. Cannot be used to attack enemies.

bricklebrit · 29
I was impressed by the designers' ability to create a worse Book of Shadows. Not easy, but they did it. — CaiusDrewart · 976
Errrh. Okay. Its sees a lot of play in Daisy decks for good reason. Its a strong card there - a charge for a coin aint a bad deal. — aramhorror · 67
It's not a charge for a coin. She's giving up her tome action, which is super valuable, too. — CaiusDrewart · 976
'Tome action' being a Book of Lore, which is good early game, not so interesting late game. And Book of Shadows is handy lategame. Anyway. Think what you want. I think this card is a cornerstrone for somedecks. — aramhorror · 67
Her tome action is grand but so is the option to trade it in to infinitely refresh shriveling, or guiding stones. Especially with Dr Milan around Daisy can be a hyper-Rex and a caster rolled into one. It’s nothing to sneeze at — Difrakt · 519
Your lv 1 version of Springfield M1903 is great, i laughed hard. However the book isn't as bad as it seems. I know both are rather action ineffective, but it can be useful for daisy (free tome action) and sefina (lots of ressources + leo) and running out of spell charges.. — Django · 1718