It bugs me a little, it’s a pet peeve. As far as I can tell, “Mystic” is a troop type. “Mythic” is a rarity. I could use both of them in many senses in the same paragraph:
Warlock is a Human/Mystic Common. It can be ascended to Mythic. Fallen Valdis is an Undead/Mystic Mythic. Infernus is a Mythic, but not a Mystic.
So like, I’ll see someone say, “I got my first Mystic at level 800” and I’m like, “Wow, that’s a long time to be stuck without Apothecary.” It’s only later I realize they mean “Mythic”.
I see enough people using one word where the other goes to make me wonder if that’s a localization artifact? Is there a language where the rarity comes through as the literal word “Mystic”? I’m not trying to shame anyone here, I’m trying to beat a pet peeve out of my head by getting an explanation.