This feature or item has been removed from the game since this article was first written.
Magic Classes were a modification of the original Magic system in Everybody Edits that allowed players to rank up by collecting Magic Coins. In prior versions, Magic decayed over time meaning that it was possible to drop a class when the players are not active. Magic is found in a shape of a Coin. When a player touched a Coin, there was a chance for it to be a Magic Coin. The Magic Coin then went towards the player's total Magic, points required for them to level up.
Magic Classes were announced November 14, 2012 and given to beta users, under the name of Woots. This name was quickly changed when confusion about the difference between Magic Classes and the Woots system rose.
Magic classes were made public November 21, 2012, now under its current name.
On February 24, 2015, Magic Classes were removed from the game.
If a player were to find a Magic Coin, it would add one point to the player's total Magic bar. When the bar was full, the player would rank up, with the highest rank being 12. In older versions of the system, total Magic would fade over time, which was displayed by a circle graph. Builders Club members were the only ones who did not suffer from Magic decay. It was later removed for all players. There was also a tab that showed how much Magic the player had collected in a single day. The tab could be found on top of the screen whenever a player was in a level. If the mouse cursor was held over the tab, it would scroll down to show how much Magic the player had collected that day.
When a player ranked up, the player's maximum Energy increased and a badge temporarily appeared above the player. This badge was displayed on the user profile and was different for each class.
There was no limit to how many Magic Coins a player could get in a single day, and the chances to get Magic Coins were high compared to the original Magic system.