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Offline fortheloveofcake

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Magic Wands
« on: September 04, 2012, 07:54:05 PM »
There are 9 magic wands available for purchase in Buy mode. Not yet sure if there are others elsewhere. I have yet to play with a witch so all I have for info so far is a screenshot and prices and ability levels of each wand. All wands appear to be recolorable.



From top left across each row...

Classic $360
Spell Accuracy: Lowest
Magic Cost Efficiency: Lowest

Argent $540
Spell Accuracy: Low
Magic Cost Efficiency: Low

Azure $540
Spell Accuracy: Low
Magic Cost Efficiency: Low

Crimson $540
Spell Accuracy: Low
Magic Cost Efficiency: Low

Ivory $720
Spell Accuracy: High
Magic Cost Efficiency: Medium

Verdant $720
Spell Accuracy: Medium
Magic Cost Efficiency: High

Crystal $900
Spell Accuracy: Medium
Magic Cost Efficiency: Highest

Elegant $900
Spell Accuracy: Highest
Magic Cost Efficiency: Medium

Iridescent $1,080
Spell Accuracy: High
Magic Cost Efficiency: High


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Offline Coocoo girl

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Re: Magic Wands
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2012, 01:32:47 AM »
Nice!  The wands are so cool.  My wich uses the crimson one, Why?  Because it looks cool.  So, exactly what are the most noticable differences between wands?  I've never understood that kind of thing in the sims.
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Re: Magic Wands
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2012, 06:01:10 AM »
The wands have two metrics - Spell Accuracy and Magic Cost Efficiency. The higher the Spell Accuracy metric is, the rarer a spell backfire will be. Magic Cost Efficency refers to how much the magic bar gets drained each time a spell is used. if the Magic Cost Efficency is high, the spell won't cost your sim as much magic.

Offline Cas

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Re: Magic Wands
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2012, 12:23:35 PM »
I use the crystal when levelling up my magic skill, as it's the most power efficient, then i think its probably best to switch to the Elegant, or iridescent for the better spell accuracy, unless you're planning to cast a lot of spells at once.