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In Warcraft II


A mage tower in World of Warcraft.

Serpentine spires of living rock form the foundation of the mage towers where glowing spheres of mystic energy serve to replenish and focus the awesome magiks wielded against the Orcish Horde. These towers hold ominous secrets that none but the mages of Lordaeron dare to explore. As extensions of the Violet Citadel in Dalaran, these towers allow the mages to research arcane spells, unfettered by the affairs of the temporal plane.[1] (WC3man 54)

In the Third War, their function was replaced by the arcane sanctums.

Also, they look a lot like the Guard Towers of the Third War, except without the ballista arrows and with a taller point.

In Warcraft II Edit

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A Mage Tower is a human building that requires a Castle to build and can produce Mages as well as serves as the research center for the Mage spells: Flame Shield, Invisibility, Slow, Blizzard and Polymorph.

In World of Warcraft Edit

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Many mage towers (of a different design than the ones used in the Second War) exist in WoW, the largest being Wizard's Sanctum in Stormwind City.

Other mage towers:

In Warlords of Draenor Edit

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The Mage Tower is a large building available in a garrision.

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