These factors in my opinion count for both PvP and PvE. We will go further into detail later on with a possible scenario [4. Ingame interface] The next factor is your energy management. This one is my opinion the most important factor in the early game especially in PvP or difficult PvE challenges e. Every Unit, Spell or Building costs energy so keeping and eye on it is pretty much your bread and butter in the game. The Third major factor is card knowledge.
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These factors in my opinion count for both PvP and PvE. We will go further into detail later on with a possible scenario [4. Ingame interface] The next factor is your energy management. This one is my opinion the most important factor in the early game especially in PvP or difficult PvE challenges e. Every Unit, Spell or Building costs energy so keeping and eye on it is pretty much your bread and butter in the game.
The Third major factor is card knowledge. The next step would be to not only know your cards rather knowing your enemies cards. This is very important in PvP in PvE the enemy might have different effects and strength depending on the scenario. Group management is the last factor that is equally important in PvP and PvE.
Basically you can divide your Troops in different groups via an ingame button thus making your Unit movement easier but hard to master. For me personally there is a huge difference between PvP and PvE. So the main difference is the swiftness of the game in PvP you need to get the fastest start possible so spawn your fastest unit and rush to the next orb the energy well or straight to the enemy depending on your playstyle but nevertheless you need to play fast in PvP and get an advantage as early as possible.
In PvE however you have most of the times a straight tactic with special units. Unlike in PvE you can stick with one type of deck for rPvE. So like I said I loved both it is up to you what you want play. Some things are kind of self explanatory. The name of the unit in this Case Nightguard. This number indicates the energy cost of the card pretty simple. You need 65 energy to summon the Nightguard. In this case it is a Tier 1 pure shadow card so you need one shadow monument to summon this unit.
It goes all the way from Tier 1 to Tier 4 4 Dots. If the dot is fully covered in one color, then you need that type of monument. This Number indicates how many times you can spawn the Nightguard before it goes on cooldown. In this case you can summon three nightguards and after the thrid is spawned you have to wait a little until you can spawn another one.
This is your active ability in the Nightguards case she is able to swap the control with an enemy unit permanently. Not every Unit has a active ability.
Not every Unit has a passive. The bow symbol indicates, that this unit has range auto attacks. And the letter next to it is pretty important.
This means that the unit deals extra damage against L-Units Large-Units. You need to keep an eye on your enemy if he spawns many XL creatures try to counter them with units that deal extra damage against XL units. Diversity is the key. This is the damage done in 20 seconds. The displayed damage is not the actual impact damage. Here we see what size our unit is in this case medium and how much hit points she posses.
The size is pretty important you need to keep an eye on enemy units and try to counter them. Is the affinity of the card not every card has that. The affinity changes certain effects and is pretty important, because some cards a basically completely different just because of the affinity. There are 4 different types, but there are only 2 versions e. Gifted and Tainted Nightguard no Blessed or Infused. You can always upgrade your card for more charges or stronger active effects and so on.
To upgrade a card you need another copy of the same card. And at the bottom of the Text It shows you in which mission you can farm the Upgrade card. In This case it would be the 4 player mission Empire. I split buildings into two categories Tower and Normal Buildings to prevent confusion. Tower Tower are essential in PvE for most lower missions they are not so common in PvP or only certain towers with special abilities. I took the Necroblaster as an example just because he has many abilities.
However not every tower has to have abilities there are many towers with just basic attacks. Ne Necroblaster has a special mechanic his auro collects energy from nearby corpses and can fire with that energy if there are no dead units then he wont be able to fire.
He also possesses a active ability which is also his affinity difference with this ability you can basically sacrifice your own unit so that the tower can fire. Pretty common in shadow decks to sacrifice your own units. Normal buildings unlike towers have no attack damage shown they mostly have only one or two effects which can be actives or auras.
Ingame Interface. Now we are going to take a look ingame and whats important there I already explained some things at the start but I think its better to have it visually. This is going to be the last part of this guide. I choose a Screenshot from the tutorial and numbered a couple of things I hope it is not to much of a mess.
The Bell-button has a single and simple use by clicking on it you select every unit in your control. This is mostly used to gather your units or to go all in for a hopefully finishing blow on your enemy.
This is the group management. You can create groups by holding the left mouse button and select your units then you click on the Plus-button Number 3. This feature is great for PvP and PvE you can for example but your healing units in an extra group and let them move behind your main group that way they are harder to hit for your enemy. Here is you whole deck displayed you can see that the playable cards are higher than the non playable the last 2 cards. In this case you used all your charges on your eruption spell third card and you can see that it is on cooldown.
This is your Tower completely build and ready to fire you can see a small green health bar over it. Is a melee tier 1 Only one orb required unit behind the wall they obviously cant attack over the wall. This is the active ability from the wall that you target. You can click on it to lower the gates and let your melee units go through. Here we can see your range units you can but s units on top of walls they will get a bonus on their def stats. Number 10 displays your team in this case you are in a single player mission so there is no one else.
The small hammer is used to repair buildings. Click on a damaged building and the on the hammer to repair it. This process consumes energy so be careful sometimes a wall is not as important as a new unit. The Skull-button is used to destroy selected units or buildings.
Is your minimap you can see the parts of the map that you explored the rest is still hidden. Always keep and eye on your minimap. I personally used to navigate a lot via the minimap. This displays your Void Energy. Long story short if your units die your void energy goes up and decays back down so if you lose a lot of units you will get more energy for a short amount of time. Void Power explained Shows your total energy you are able to use. Shows the other part of gaining energy through energy wells.
Displays how many Monuments you have and which type. In this case you own one fire and one ice monument. Different elements are needed for different cards. This shows you goal in a mission.
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