Tuple Spell

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Tuple Spell
Type Multicast

Simultaneously casts 2 spells Spell burst 2.png
Mana drain 0

Simultaneously casts 3 spells Spell burst 3.png
Mana drain 2

Simultaneously casts 4 spells Spell burst 4.png
Mana drain 5

Simultaneously cast 8 spells Spell burst 8.png
Mana drain 30

Simultaneously casts as many spells as you have left uncast in your wand Spell burst x.png
Mana drain 50
Uses remaining 30

The normal multicast series of spells (not to be confused with the Multicast spelltype) is the regular, no-frills incarnation of this particular class of spells. Any modifiers placed before or within the affected spells will apply to all of them at no extra mana cost.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • The 'Double' variant does not cost any mana to use, and so is a great choice for rapid-fire wands.
  • You can chain multicasts together to be able to cast more spells at the same time (at the cost of wand slots).
  • The Myriad Spell variant is the only one that is charge limited, but its capability is only eclipsed by the Wand of Multitudes in The Tower.

Unlocking[edit | edit source]

  • Double, triple and Quadruple spell are unlocked from the beginning
  • Octuple and Myriad Spell are unlocked by opening the Coral Chest

See Also[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The term 'tuple' originated as an abstraction of the sequence: single, couple/double, triple, quadruple, quintuple, sextuple, septuple, octuple, ..., n‑tuple, ..., where the prefixes are taken from the Latin names of the numerals. Wikipedia