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Subject: 6 wild cards is an intended strategy of faction? rss

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Ondrej Mour
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Hi. It is OK that Marie from The pit fighters faction and Garen from The guild faction have a 2 wild card? Thats mean this faction have 6 wild cards. Other fraction have only 5. Each character has one wild card with own ilustration. It is OK or it is a mistake of publisher? Thanks!
 
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Remus Rhymus
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I think that this situation absolutely requires
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a really futile and stupid gesture be done on somebody's part!
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Every faction has 30 cards. My understanding is the 6 wild cards in those two factions are intended.
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Raul Chavez
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The art on the cards is really irrelevant, every card has multiple icons that can activate multiple characters. Six wilds for wizards and pit fighers is correct.
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Richard Dewsbery
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It's definitely intended. And it might be a function of the fact that these two factions are the most one-dimensional of the four factions in the base game.

The Guild do well at running around and picking up crystals; their combat kills tend to happen where figures from other factions end up in the same space too close to a Guild mage.

The Pit Fighters fight. Which means that they sometimes need to chase down a quarry who runs away. They need the wild movement to cover extra ground to generate the combat kills.
 
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