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Xenith Monk
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Base level
Max level
Xenith Monk Price Information:
Regular Foil Price (per BCX): $0.104 | Single BCX: $0.134 (1.29x)
Gold Foil Price (per BCX): $0.714 | Single BCX: $0.794 (7.63x)
Gold Foil vs Regular Foil: 6.87x
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Abilities
1 1 - 3 1 0 0 0 6
2 5 1 3 1 0 0 0 6
3 14 2 4 1 0 0 0 6
4 25 4 4 1 0 0 0 7
5 40 7 4 2 0 0 0 7
6 60 11 4 2 0 0 0 7
7 85 16 4 2 0 0 0 8
8 115 22 4 2 0 0 0 8
Skill analysis
Heal
Restores a portion of the Monster's health each round.

Restores 1/3 of the max health, rounded down.
Void
Reduces damage from Magic attacks.

Attack damage gets halved (rounded up), except attack 1 which deals 0 damage.
Magic Reflect
When hit with Magic damage, does reduced Magic damage back to the attacker.

Deals damage equivalent to the attacker's damage divided by 2, rounded up.
🌟 Xenith Monk ratings
Bronze league
6.5 / 10
Silver league
6.7 / 10
Gold league
7.5 / 10
Diamond league
7.8 / 10
💞 Top cards to play with Xenith Monk
Xenith Monk's Magic Reflect ability receives a boost from Queen Mycelia's Amplify ability.
Xenith Monk's Heal ability is a great combination with the River Nymph's Cleanse ability since it does not have to worry about being Afflicted.
Xenith Monk's Heal ability is a great combination with the River Nymph's Cleanse ability since it does not have to worry about being Afflicted.
Xenith Monk benefits from Truthspeaker's Protect, Cleanse, and Tank Heal abilities.
Xenith Monk's Magic Reflect ability receives a boost from Venator Kinjo's Amplify ability.
💀 Best counters against Xenith Monk
Shadow Snitch is a good counter against Xenith Monk.
Grim Reaper is a good counter against Xenith Monk.
Fire Elemental is a good counter against Xenith Monk.
Magma Troll is a good counter against Xenith Monk.
Cursed Windeku is a good counter against Xenith Monk.
Ruleset analysis
Good rulesets for Xenith Monk
Amplify increases the damage of all counters, making Xenith Monk a good choice in this ruleset.
Xenith Monk has Void, which is useful for the 'Broken Arrows' ruleset.
Xenith Monk has Heal, making it helpful for survivability in Noxious Fumes.
Xenith Monk has Heal, which make it a good choice for 'Equalizer'.
In the 'Unprotected' ruleset, Xenith Monk's damage no longer needs to fight through armor. Furthermore, Xenith Monk doesn't have any armor, so it gets no disadvantages from this ruleset.
Xenith Monk is a good tank but doesn't have Taunt. In the 'Fog of War' ruleset, it is more likely to receive most of the damage from the enemy team.
Xenith Monk costs 4 mana to cast, so it is eligible for Little League.
Bad rulesets for Xenith Monk
Xenith Monk is a good tank, however in the 'Aimless' ruleset where everyone has Scattershot it's less likely to take the brunt of the damage.
Xenith Monk is a melee unit without Reflection Shield which means it will take damage every time it attacks in the 'Thorns' ruleset.
Xenith Monk has Void, but is a melee card, therefore it's more difficult to get enemy Magic casters to focus on it in the 'Target Practice' ruleset.
Xenith Monk loses its healing abilities in the 'Healed Out' ruleset.
Ineligible rulesets for Xenith Monk
Xenith Monk is Neutral, so it cannot be played in the 'Taking Sides' ruleset.
Xenith Monk has melee damage, so it cannot be played in the 'Keep Your Distance' ruleset.
Xenith Monk has an even mana cost, so it can't be used in 'Odd Ones Out'.
Xenith Monk has no magic damage, so it cannot be played in the 'Wands Out' ruleset.
Xenith Monk has no ranged damage, so it cannot be played in the 'Going the Distance' ruleset.