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Attributes in The Elder Scrolls Legends are listed here. Attributes define the colors and qualitiesof the cards and determine the types of cards that can be used in decks. When cards from 2 Attributes are combined to build a deck, the resulting color combination is called a Class. Furthermore, each Attribute pair has a theme associated with one of the Races of Tamriel.

Most cards are defined by 1 of the 5 Attributes. Some cards are of 2 Attributes and can only be used in a specific Class deck. You can choose to forgo the two-attribute deck structure altogether, and craft a deck using a single card color.

 

Attributes

 

  • Agility (Green)

    Agile creatures might not be goliaths on the battlefield, but they make sure their hits count, thanks to card abilities like Lethal and Pilfer. With their strengths lying in movement and speed, Agility cards may also give you the opportunity to shift your creatures from one lane to another.
  • Endurance (Purple)

    Gather cards designed to increase your magicka supply in the Endurance set. This is incredibly valuable, because the Endurance attribute contains quite a few high-cost, high-power creatures. Endurance also plays host to a bevy of Guard creatures and actions that can heal both player and creature.
  • Intelligence (Blue)


    Intelligence creatures aren’t power hitters, but they often have more tricks up their sleeves than their beefier counterparts. Intelligence also boasts a wide assortment of magic and chaos, including a high concentration of spells with random and unpredictable outcomes.
  • Strength (Red)


    The name pretty much says it. When you’re dealing with Strength cards, you’re likely delivering the most pure power of all the attributes. Strength creatures attack with considerably more force and typically have lower defenses than creatures in an attribute like Endurance.
  • Willpower (Yellow)


    Willpower has the greatest ability to deal with opposing threats. In card games it’s known as “going wide” – amassing a lot of tinier creatures that end up helping each other out.
  • Neutral


    Neutral cards are not aligned with any of the other attributes and can be included in any deck.



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