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Eternal Card Game Cheats

Eternal Card Game

Cheat Codes:
Submitted by: David K.

Deck Building Tips & Tricks:
* First and foremost, consistency is key to making your deck function. It’s best
to include all 4 copies of an imporant card for your deck, or craft a few more
copies of an ideal card, rather than including a bunch of one-offs that just fill
the space.

* If you’re building a multi-faction deck, be sure to include some cards that will
draw specific sigils (like Seek Power), or grant specific colors of influence.
Usually some of the dual-faction power cards will be enough for a two-color deck,
but Seek Power, the 2-cost Influence strangers, and some of the cards found in the
Time faction are great ways to ensure that you get all the influence you need to
play your cards.

* Keep your deck to 75 cards if possible. it’s not the end of the world to go over,
but your deck will typically perform less consistently the more cards you have in it.
This may mean making a few painful cuts of cards you want in your deck, or dropping
down to 3 copies of less-important cards.

* On that same note, enable advanced deckbuilding in the options menu. By default,
the game adds power sigils automatically based on the cards in your deck. While this
isn’t a bad thing, sometimes it can add more than your deck needs, and it also won’t
use some of the power cards that are optimal for your deck (such as waystones,
diplomatic seals, or banners, if you have them).

* Sometimes, simple is best. When you’re starting out, try to have your deck focus
on one specific goal or theme.

* Pay attention to how much power the various cards in your deck cost (see the chart
shown on the deck builder!). While the minimum you can have is 1/3 of your deck, if
you’re running a bunch of high-cost cards, you may need extra power in order to
ensure you curve smoothly into the cards you’re trying to play. Trust me, having
enough power (and influence) can make all the difference.

* On that same note, think about what your goal is and compare it to the relative
cost of cards in your deck. If you’re trying to play aggro but most of your cards
are 3-4 mana, you’re probably not going to do well. If you’re playing tempo or
control, you should probably have a fairly even amount of cards at all ranges of
mana. If you’re ramping into big creatures, you should have mostly high-cost
cards, etc.

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