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One Deck for all Duels

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One Deck for all Duels

Postby doenerchef » 01 Sep 2019, 19:17

This is a special rule in some dungeons.

It seems to imply that it is otherwise possible to adjust your deck in dungeons. How?
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Re: One Deck for all Duels

Postby Clockwork Gnome » 03 Sep 2019, 13:40

This is something I have been wondering about as well. Sadly I don't know the answer.My guess is it just doesn't mean anything.

Another interesting thing is that Castles can have a "Remaining life added to next duel" rule, which means your life total after each duel is the number of Mana Links you have, regardless of any damage/lifegain. However they also have "Life losses carried over"... Which would seem to contradict it, but it just doesn't seem to do anything in that case.

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Re: One Deck for all Duels

Postby doenerchef » 03 Sep 2019, 14:41

I would have to investigate what exactly "Remaining life added to next duel" does, because I've never noticed this. But "Life-losses carried over" means that you begin the next duel with the life total you finished the last duel with. Which is actually the toughest rule in any dungeon.
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