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Enrique Morodo
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I'm having a really hard time differentiating between the green and the blue enemy cards backs.

As far as I was aware I'm not colour blind, but I didn't find any other post regarding this, so I just wanted to check with you, a nice random assortment of people on the internet instead of a doctor , if any body else is having this problems or am I finding out now that I'm colour blind.

If it turns out anybody else is having this problem, a good and easy way to separate the decks with out having to look at their number is by the art on it, on the bottom left corner of the portrait there are some features that help identification them, red have a rock, blue have a branch or something, greed doesn't seam to have any consistency but is the only one left so that's that. (I'm writing this out of memory, there is a chance I have mix the colours/features up)
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Rainer Ahlfors
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I don't have a problem differentiating between the two, though I agree they could've been slightly more different.
 
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Miguel Guijo
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No pronlems here. I diferntiate them, but i agree ,they are too close.
 
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Julian Slater
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There are pretty similar I must admit.
 
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Kin Hassar
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I agree that they are very similar.
In daylight I make the difference easily but at night it's hard for me.
The green is probably too dark.
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Brian Pierce
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Side by side I am able to easily tell them apart. However, if I am just looking at one of the decks I can convince myself that it is either green or blue.
 
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Gertjan Horsthuis
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The cards have also a description describing the enemy type including the color description.
 
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Enrique Morodo
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Thanks for all the replays, actually as Kin said, on daylight or with good lightning is easier to spot them apart, though in my opinion the shade of the colours should had been different to tell them apart easier.

And as Gertjan say, the easiest way to tell them apart if you are having problems with the colours is to just read the description of the card, I have no idea how I could mistfall that the firs time that I was sorting everything in the box.
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Robert Ruescher
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It depends on the lighting, definitely similar.
 
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Richard A. Edwards
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I have difficulty telling them apart too. Should have been highly differentiated. Maybe Green/Yellow/Red?
 
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