Thursday, October 25, 2007

Destiny of Cards


Today, the last card will be revealed. The complete set of 32 cards will be ready to fight. But many questions are arising...

Are there going to be new cards?
Will hard-challenges for points come to replace them?
Will there be challenges at all?
Will the old cards pop up again?
If they do, will they have a second edition sign on them?
Will the challenges repeat with the old games or with new ones?

Hopefully, these questions will be answered soon...

11 comments:

Nqkoi1 said...

I heard that there is going to be a pirate set.

Focus said...

Everything is possible.

MRH the pie said...

The vampire/undead set has so few characters... and since I joined at the end of the tribal set it means I only have like 4 characters and a shed load of items. -_-"

Focus said...

Few characters? It has 4 characters and 4 items, just as the others.

r3p3nt said...

We know that the old cards will be popping up again, and quite frankly this is a very good thing as most people are missing the old cards. It appears that fewer have them then do.

VertFire said...

Greg himself said that for wave 2 each set will get another character and that there will be 3 more sets. Pirates, Witches, and robots.

Focus said...

WTF that's going to be a big deck. Can you get the link, vf?

Milskidasith said...

Emily greer SAID there would be more cards. It is not the last card. Maybe the last card in series one, but not the last card.

sprint45_45 said...

i hope they still have weekley challenge that you get something special for completing besides points.

also, i am mad because i am only missing one card(stupid family vactions)

VertFire said...

http://www.kongregate.com/forums/1/topics/2882

Thats where I got my Info Check it out!

Milskidasith said...

That topic was made on the assumption that was never even mentioned, even indirectly, by the staff that there was 4 items and characters for each set. Furthermore the topic was posted by the respected but not administrative staff member Fragm3nt, and even further in that topic emily greer herself, or the creator of kongregate, said there are more cards.