infall2 Guide to May Cast Pet Talents

The “May Cast” pet talents are some of the most wanted, and for good reason. They can be incredibly useful. This guide will let you know every currently available “May Cast” pet talent. Every category comes with an info box containing information about the talent’s trigger rate, the difference between the trained spell and the “may cast” and a list of currently non-existent “may cast” talents of the same category. Most of these talents need extensive testing before we can make a thorough list of all the triggers.

 

1. May Cast Aura

Trigger rate: High — Auras are triggered by casting a shield, a blade, a minion or a bubble. Passing (by choice or because of a stun) may also trigger this “may cast”.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: The effect is of the same strength as the trained spell, but “may casts” last for one round longer than the trained spell or treasure card version (5 rounds instead of 4).

Currently non-existent aura “may casts”: Every Aura available in Celestia is also a “may cast”. The Aztecan school-specific auras are also available now.

 

Ace Avenger

Pet aura increases critical rating by 20% for 5 rounds.

Amplifier

Pet aura increases damage by 15% for 5 rounds.

Ardent Amplifier

Pet aura increases damage by 15% for 5 rounds.

Berserker

Pet aura increases incoming damage by 40% and outgoing damage by 30% for 5 rounds.

Brazen Berserker

Pet aura increases incoming damage by 40% and outgoing damage by 30% for 5 rounds.

Cycle of Life

Pet aura increases outgoing healing by 25%, power pip chance by 5% and incoming Death damage by 10% for 5 rounds.

Fearless Fortifier

Pet aura increases resist by 15% for 5 rounds.

Expert Empowerer

Pet aura lets you gain one pip whenever you get attacked with a spell of 4 pips or higher for 5 rounds.

Furnace

Pet aura increases Fire damage by 25%, accuracy by 5% and incoming Ice damage by 10% for 5 rounds.

Galvanic Field

Pet aura increases Storm damage by 25%, accuracy by 5% and incoming Myth damage by 10% for 5 rounds.

Incredibly Infallible

Pet aura increases accuracy and pierce by 15% for 5 rounds.

Mender

Pet aura increases outgoing heal boost by 20% for 5 rounds.

Magnificent Mender

Pet aura increases outgoing heal boost by 20% for 5 rounds.

Reliquary

Pet aura increases Myth damage by 25%, accuracy by 5% and incoming Storm damage by 10% for 5 rounds.

Sleet Storm

Pet aura increases Ice damage by 25%, accuracy by 5% and incoming Fire damage by 10% for 5 rounds.

Vehement Vanquisher

Pet aura increases stun block by 90% and adds 90 critical block for 5 rounds.

Virulence

Pet aura increases Death damage by 25%, power pip chance by 5% and incoming Life damage by 10% for 5 rounds.

Punishment

Pet aura increases Balance damage by 25%, Death, Life and Myth damage by 5% and power pip chance by 5% for 5 rounds.

 

 

 

2. May Cast Heal

Trigger rate: Varies — In descending casting rate order: Fairy, Spritely, Energizing Battery, Unicorn, Batusi.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Pet heals are usually more potent than the trained equivalent.

Currently non-existent heal “may casts”: Minor Blessing, Satyr, Regenerate and Rebirth, Helping Hands and Availing Hands.

 

Fairy

Pet heals you for 480 hp (higher values than the trained spell).

Spritely

Pet heals you for 50 + 300 hp over 3 rounds (higher values than the trained spell).

Energizing Battery

Pet heals you for 100, 400 or 1000 hp (same values as the trained spell).

Unicorn

Pet heals all team members for 315 hp (higher values than the trained spell).

Batusi

Life_Bat

Pet heals all team members for 10 + 90 hp over 3 rounds (doesn’t exist as a trained spell).

Snow heal for you!

Steals one heal over time, such as Availing Hands or Sprite. Triggers unknown.

Sprite Queen

Pet heals all team members for 60 + 333 hp over 3 rounds.

 

 

3. May Cast Blade

Trigger rate: Varies — Very low for most of the school specific blades, but apparently higher for Balanceblade

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Same values.

Currently non-existent blade “may casts”: Bladestorm, Dark Pact

 

Fireblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Fire attack by 35%.

Iceblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Ice attack by 40%.

Stormblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Storm attack by 30%.

Deathblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Death attack by 40%.

Lifeblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Life attack by 40%.

Mythblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Death attack by 35%.

Balanceblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Death attack by 25%.

Dragonblade

(Spell)_Dragonblade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next attack by 35%.

Element Blade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Ice, Storm and Fire attack by 35%.

Spirit Blade

Pet blade increases the damage of your next Life, Myth and Death attack by 35%.

Sword and Shield!

sword_and_shield

Pet casts a random +25% school blade and a random -50% school shield.

Ally Dragonblade

Pet casts a +35% dragonclade on someone else on the team.

 

4. May Cast Trap

Trigger rate: Low. Triggered by outgoing attacks.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Same values.

Currently non-existant trap “may casts”: Spirit Trap, Elemental Trap, Ice Fuel, Death Fuel, Storm Fuel, Balance Fuel, Feint

Fire Trap

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Fire attack by 25%.

Ice Trap

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Ice attack by 30%.

Storm Trap

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Storm attack by 25%.

Death Trap

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Death attack by 30%.

Life Trap

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Life attack by 25%.

Myth Trap

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Myth attack by 25%.

Hex

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Fire attack by 30%.

Curse

Pet trap increases the damage of your next attack by 20%.

Fuel

Pet trap increases the damage of your next 3 Fire attacks by 25%.

Life Fuel

(Spell)_Life_Fuel

Pet trap increases the damage of your next 3 Life attacks by 35%.

Myth Fuel

(Spell)_Mythic_Fuel

Pet trap increases the damage of your next 3 Myth attacks by 35%.

Windstorm

Pet trap increases the damage of your next Storm attack by 20%.

 

5. May cast shield

Trigger rate: Low. During testing, Death Shield was only triggered by incoming multi-pip attacks.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Same values.

Currently non-existent shield “may casts”: Elemental Shield, Bronze Armor, Ice Armor, Frozen Armor

 

Fire Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Fire attack by 80%.

Snow Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Ice attack by 80%.

Storm Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Storm attack by 80%.

Death Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Death attack by 80%.

Life Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Life attack by 80%.

Myth Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Myth attack by 80%.

Guardian Wall

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next attack by 50%.

Spirit Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Life, Myth and Death attack by 50%.

Defender’s Rampart

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next attack on all team members.

Element Shield

Pet shield decreases the impact of the next Ice, Storm and Fire attack by 50%.

Sword and Shield!

sword_and_shield

Pet casts a random +25% school blade and a random -50% school shield.

Ally Dream Shield

Pet casts a -70% Life and Myth shield on someone else on the team. (currently only a jewel)

Ally Ether Shield

Pet casts a -70% Life and Death shield on someone else on the team.

Ally Glacial Shield

Pet casts a -70% Storm and Ice shield on someone else on the team. (currently only a jewel)

Ally Thermic Shield

Pet casts a -70% Ice and Fire shield on someone else on the team.

Ally Volcanic Shield

Pet casts a -70% Storm and Fire shield on someone else on the team.

Ally Tower Shield

Pet casts a -50% tower shield on someone else on the team. (currently only a jewel)

Ally Spirit Shield

Pet casts a -50% Life, Myth and Death shield on someone else on the team. (currently only a jewel)

Ally Elemental Shield

Pet casts a -50% Ice, Storm and Fire shield on someone else on the team. (currently only a jewel)

 

 

6. May Cast Spear

Trigger rate: Low. No information about the triggers at the moment.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Same values.

Currently non-existent spear “may casts”: Elemental Spear and Spirit Spear

Balancespear

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Pet Balancespear gives 10% pierce to one outgoing attack.

Deathspear

Pet Deathspear increases pierce by 10% for one outgoing Death attack.

Firespear

Pet Firespear increases pierce by 10% for one outgoing Fire attack.

Icespear

Pet Icespear increases pierce by 10% for one outgoing Ice attack.

Lifespear

Pet Lifespear increases pierce by 10% for one outgoing Life attack.

Mythspear

Pet Mythspear increases pierce by 10% for one outgoing Myth attack.

Stormspear

Pet Stormspear increases pierce by 10% for one outgoing Storm attack.

 

7. May Cast Charm/Ward

Trigger rate: Low. Some testing revealed that Weakness and Smoke Screen are triggered by outgoing attacks.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Same values.

Currently non-existent charm/ward “may casts”: Precision, Brilliant Light, Guidance, Virulent Plague, Mass Infection

Black Mantle

Pet Black Mantle reduces one opponent’s accuracy with 45%.

Cure Crusher

Pet Infection reduces one opponent’s next outgoing heal with 50%.

Smoke Screen

Pet Smoke Screen reduces every opponent’s accuracy by 40%.

Weakness

Pet Weakness reduces one opponent’s outgoing damage by 25%.

Plague

Pet Plague reduces the outgoing damage of all opponents by 20%.

Ally Precision

Pet casts an accuracy buff on someone else on the team. (currently only a jewel)

Guiding Light

Pet Guiding Light increases the owner’s next healing spell’s value by 30%.

Light Strike

Pet Lightning Strike increases the owner’s Storm accuracy by 10%.

7. May Remove Charm/Ward

Trigger rate: Low. During testing, enfeeble was triggered by casting blades, Pierce Train by casting traps.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: No difference.

Currently non-existent charm/ward removing “may casts”: None.

 

Pierce Train

Pet removes one shield or absorb from opponent.

Clean Ward

Pet removes one trap from owner.

Clean Charm

Pet removes one Infection/Weakness/Dispel from owner.

Drop It

Pet removes one blade from opponent.

Ward Wrecker

Pet removes all shields from opponent.

Charm Chopper

Pet removes all blades from opponent.

8. May Steal Charm/Ward

Trigger rate: Low. During testing, Steal Charm was triggered by the opponent casting a blade and by the pet owner casting a weakness.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: No difference.

Currently non-existent steal “may casts”:  None.

 

Steal Charm

Pet steals one blade from opponent.

Steal Ward

Pet steals one shield or absorb from opponent.

 

9.  May Cast Attack

Trigger rate: Low. During testing, Snow ‘N Tell was triggered by outgoing damage and traps.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: None.

Currently non-existent attack “may casts”: Too many to list 🙂

Interesting: Only Sunbird can be found on a first generation pet these days.

 

Cloud O’ Bugs

Pet casts Locust Swarm.

Snow ‘N Tell

Pet casts Snow Serpent.

Sunbird Call

Pet casts Sunbird.

 

 

10. May Cast Dispel

Trigger rate: Low. No further information available at the moment.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: No difference.

Currently non-existent dispel “may casts”: Elemental Defuse, Spirit Defuse

 

Quench

Pet casts a Fire dispel.

Dissipate

Pet casts a Storm dispel.

Entangle

Pet casts a Life dispel.

Strangle

Pet casts a Death dispel.

Melt

Pet casts an Ice dispel

Vaporize

Pet casts a Myth dispel

Unbalance

Pet casts a Balance dispel.

 

11. May Cast Bubble

Trigger rate: Average – Triggers by things cast by the pet owner (attacks, weakness, etc.)

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: Different values.

Currently non-existent bubble “may casts”: The critical pierce bubbles.

 

Pyromania

Pet casts a Fire damage bubble.

Storm Front

Pet casts a Storm damage bubble.

Green Thumb

Pet casts a Life healing bubble.

Might of Myth

Pet casts a Myth damage bubble.

Power Up

Pet casts a Balance bubble for increased pip chance.

Biting Cold

Pet casts an Ice damage bubble.

Evil Eye

Pet casts a Doom and Gloom bubble, which decreases all heals by 75%.

 

12. May Cast Fishing/Gardening Talents

Trigger rate: We currently don’t have any information about the trigger rate of these spells.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: None.

Gardening Pixie

Pet casts a pixie that will influence your garden for 48 hours.

Reveal Fish School

Reveals the school of all fish.

 

 

 

13. Other May Casts

Trigger rate: We currently don’t have any information about the trigger rate of these spells.

Difference between trained spell and “may cast”: None.

Currently non-existent other “may casts”: Blinding Light

 

Freeze

Pet stuns an opponent.

Stun

Pet stuns an opponent.

DoT Doctor

Pet removes a tick of DoT from owner.

Taunt

Pet taunts all enemies.

Distract

Pet taunts an enemy.

 

Tick Kicker

Pet casts cooldown.

Calm

Pet casts calm, reducing aggro.

Ally Stun Block

Pet casts stun block on an ally.

All the May Cast Talents in a Row

    1. May Cast Aura
      • Ace Avenger
      • Amplifier
      • Ardent Amplifier
      • Berserker
      • Brazen Berserker
      • Cycle of Life
      • Fearless Fortifier
      • Furnace
      • Galvanic Field
      • Expert Empowerer
      • Incredibly Infallible
      • Mender
      • Magnificent Mender
      • Punishment
      • Reliquary
      • Sleet Storm
      • Vehement Vanquisher
      • Virulence
    2. May Cast Heal
      • Batusi
      • Energizing Battery
      • Fairy Friend
      • Spritely
      • Unicorn
      • Snow Heal For You!
      • Sprite Queen
    3. May Cast Blade
      • Balanceblade
      • Deathblade
      • Dragonblade
      • Element Blade
      • Fireblade
      • Iceblade
      • Lifeblade
      • Mythblade
      • Spirit Blade
      • Sword and Shield!
      • Ally Dragonblade
    4. May Cast Trap
      • Curse
      • Death Trap
      • Fire Trap
      • Fuel
      • Hex
      • Ice Trap
      • Life Trap
      • Life Fuel
      • Myth Fuel
      • Myth Trap
      • Storm Trap
      • Windstorm
    5. May Cast Shield
      • Death Shield
      • Element Shield
      • Fire Shield
      • Guardian Wall
      • Life Shield
      • Myth Shield
      • Snow Shield
      • Spirit Shield
      • Storm Shield
      • Sword and Shield!
      • Defender’s Rampart
      • Ally Dream Shield
      • Ally Ether Shield
      • Ally Glacial Shield
      • Ally Thermic Shield
      • Ally Volcanic Shield
      • Ally Tower Shield
      • Ally Spirit Shield
      • Ally Elemental Shield
    6. May cast Spear
      • Balancespear
      • Deathspear
      • Firespear
      • Icespear
      • Lifespear
      • Mythspear
      • Stormspear
    7. May Cast Charm/Ward
      • Black Mantle
      • Cure Crusher
      • Smoke Screen
      • Weakness
      • Plague
      • Light Strike
      • Guiding Light
      • Ally Precision
    8. May Remove
      • Charm Chopper
      • Clean Charm
      • Clean Ward
      • Drop It
      • Pierce Train
      • Ward Wrecker
    9. May Steal
      • Steal Charm
      • Steal Ward
    10. May Cast Attack
      • Cloud O’Bugs
      • Snow ‘N Tell
      • Sunbird Call
    11. May Cast Dispel
      • Dissipate
      • Entangle
      • Melt
      • Quench
      • Strangle
      • Unbalance
      • Vaporize
    12. May Cast Bubble
      • Biting Cold
      • Evil Eye
      • Green Thumb
      • Might of Myth
      • Power Up
      • Pyromania
      • Storm Front
    13. Fighing/Gardening May Casts
      • Gardening Pixie
      • Reveal Fish School
    14. Other May Casts
  • Freeze
  • Stun
  • Taunt
  • Distract
  • Triage
  • Tick Tricker
  • Calm
  • Ally Stun Block

What’s to come?

By looking at the “may casts” that currently don’t exist, you get an idea of what is to come. May cast Spirit Shield, for example, is currently a talent on the first generation Bronze Golem, so a “may cast” for Elemental Shield can’t be far behind. Another example would be the dispel talents. There are currently may cast dispel talents for every school except Myth, so it’s logical that that schools will get its dispel as a may cast talent sooner or later.

 

What do you think of may cast talents?

Which “may casts” do you have experience with? Do you find them useful? Which ones would you like to give a try? Tell us in the comments!

 

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7 COMMENTS

  • Please update the information for may cast enfeeble and shatter.
    Enfeeble triggers- player casts a negative charm on the opponent, opponent casts a bubble, or opponent casts a blade.
    Shatter triggers- player casts a trap on the opponent, or opponent casts a shield.

  • What Pet cast Snow ‘N Tell? o.O

  • I did not find this overly helpful at all. still no answer as to what WILL trigger deathblade.
    all 5 of my death school pets and beloved ultra ghost dragon has deathblade m.c but rarely ever see it cast. my scarecrow original mega has spritely, and death blade, and death shield may cast.
    I see spritely used a couple times in a long battle,(ie. 40 min.)
    Richard dragonHammer lv 123, daily player, as at/on jan 7th 2019

    • Yes, there is not a lot of information available on the maycasts that trigger only rarely. As you noticed, spritely is more common. Getting reliable information on maycasts that trigger so rarely would require a huge amount of data.

      I’m pretty sure the trigger for the maycast blades is only you attacking an enemy. Spritely is triggered by more things than just you attacking, so that’s why you see it more. I’ve seen it be triggered by incoming and outgoing attacks, and by shields.

  • Very nice so far. I learned a lot just from reading this amount. It’s awesome someone is testing all of these. Thankss!

  • Could you please update this guide? It’s very helpful and I like the setup but it’s missing quite a few talents.

    • Noted, thanks!

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