The Naga Fire Wizard is one of those cards that is not bad but also rarely that useful in battles. Based on my last Season Report, the card was not in my top 100 used cards even though I have it at Level 5 which gives 3 Magic Damage and the Thorns ability. I guess a combination of this card in the last place with the Flame Monkey to repair the 1 armor is an option. The main weakness of this card is magic damage and magic reflect.
I did end up playing the Naga Fire Wizard in a game with a high mana cap where all monsters got a Divine Shield and only even monsters were allowed. The inevitable Chain Golem was again my main first place tank Followed by 3 Magic attack monsters The Spirit Miner, Naga Fire Wizard & Beetle Queen. I ended the line-up with the Fire Demon & the Cornealus.
The match again turned into a pretty easy win against a player with a fairly similar line-up. My Chain Golem is stronger (more expensive) compared his Golblin Mech and the same went of my Fire Deamon & Cornealus compared to his Etting Spearman & Centaur.
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