#12383284, By OnlyJoeKing Slay The Spire

  • OnlyJoeKing 8 Feb 2019 08:23:09 840 posts
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    @AddyJB yeah you don't need to take a card every time, it's tempting to keep picking good cards but then you end up with a bloated deck and you'll get terrible hands more often - eg no defence.

    Lots of the cards work together in specific combinations too, particularly for the silent and the defect. So when you have an idea if what kind of deck you're building you can pass on cards that don't fit.

    If you get it right (and get a bit lucky) then you can end up cruising through hard fights. Some of the combinations are crazy.
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