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Card positioning and other concepts

A topic by Madine created 31 days ago Views: 71 Replies: 6
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Hi there! I just tried the game and I have to say I'm impressed by the premise, gameplay and aesthetics of the game, very very promising!

Now, I've done the tutorial but there's some things that I need a little guidance:

I don't know how positioning affects cards (i know the tutorial told me how to, but can't remember because I didn't read carefully).

Also what are Exhausted and Refreshed units?

And finally, is there a way to redo the tutorial?

Thanks, and keep up the good work!

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Thank you for your feedback. These may be things I need to make more clear. I am thinking about a help screen that explains the keywords and everything. That's a bigger feature to get right though. 

You can however redo the tutorial by going to the options and deleting all your progress. That will restart it.

And positioning: only the units that are first in their row can attack/be attacked

Hey! Thanks for the lightning fast response. 

I indeed deleted both my save and progress in the options menu, but the tutorial didn't seem to happen again, maybe i'll check it out again.

Also about the positioning: you say that i can attack with a unit that is the furthest from the frontline column as long as there's no other unit in the same row?

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Correct, as long as there's no unit in front of them you should be able to attack.

I'll double check that progress-tutorial issue. That should not happen - or rather the Tutorial SHOULD happen.

EDIT: Yeah, that's in fact a bug. It deletes the progress file but doesn't clear the progress in memory, and then saves that again when starting a new game. A workaround is to delete progress and then quit the game. Starting it again there will be no stuff in memory and you can start a brand new game. Sorry about that. Will be fixed in the next patch/update.

Also: Exhausted means the unit can not act, Refreshed is the opposite of that.

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Many thanks, I'll keep giving all the feedback i have as I continue playing.

Have a nice day!

please do! I'm looking forward to it.