Not sure if this is the right place to comment about it, but I really like these new cards with badge-level-specific effects. It gives a lot more incentive to level up the badges. I was just going to focus on shared skills, but if i can get my hands on some of these cards, I might have to rethink my strategy. I wonder if there are more cards than just these forge cards with that feature.
On another note, I would love to throw some money at this game if there’s another good lunchbox coming (like the helios). I was on the tail end of that and didn’t get to spend much of anything on it, but if there’s something in this game that I’ll put real money toward, it’s that.
Is Faster Than the Eye bugged? When I use it, it puts two copies over in the opponents “Active Effects” area, but then it doesn’t seem to block the 2 damage it says it will. The cards just stay over there in the active effects area for the rest of the match.
From what I can gather, when you win king of the hill, other players play against your deck. When someone can’t beat your deck, you receive imperials (I believe the entry fee the player that lost payed). So the longer that you’re “king of the hill” the more imperials you get.
In dragon fight (which I’m less sure of), I believe you also play the deck of the player that last won, but when you win, you don’t receive imperials after that point. I think you also get the imperials from the entry fees of the players that lost to the deck you beat.
Don’t quote me on any of this, but this is how I understand it.
I’ve been buying the standard boosters, but most of the strong decks I’ve seen have been dark decks. Some people have told me they use one, two, and three dark decks exclusively. I was wondering what some of you guys do. Do you buy standard boosters, or dark boosters?
So I talked to Isaac at the beginning, then I needed to refresh my page. After I did that, Bear is telling me to finish my quests for Isaac and Flora, but I can’t talk to either and the exclamation point is above Bear.
I was reading through the rules (yes I am bored) and I found this,
“In compliance with Canadian law, Canadian winners will be required to correctly answer a mathematical skill question as a condition of being named a valid winner”
…what? Is this really Canadian law? I’m not from Canada, so I don’t know, but is this a way to convince students that math really matters? By not letting them win things without knowing math? Haha, it just seems funny to me.
I’ve been playing against t50, and I just got done playing a deck that was obviously put there for people to win rares. He ended up running out of cards and they were ALL rare. When I was doing the slots ALL of the cards were not rare. I’ve herd of people farming for rares from t50 but is that only weapons?
I did this one last year, but its still my fav.
Debt and GDP aren’t necessarilly great measuring sticks for weather or not our country is the best. It should be based on it’s inhabitants and how it is to live in it. “Is the American dream still alive?” with the widening gap between rich and poor, it’s hard to tell.
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