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Promises by Firelight Set Review

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay. Today I will be walking you through all the new cards from the new campaign Promises by Firelight.

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isochroneternal

Meta Monday: November Week 1

Editor’s Note: HA, “Monday” The following people made this article possible: susuexp t3544 LIFactor bA1ance Mancio1982 ThePlatypusKing Injulander Nephromancer Doobs shawnreed343 Quitschi Kekswal Blessio sleepfighter Crafty Muso Foreword This is Isochron presenting Meta Monday As always, if you’d like to contribute data and have your name featured in the article, make sure to submit your games to both the Throne Ladder and Expedition Ladder forms. Please specify the deck list the opponent was on each game in the form. If you have a large

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Calebovitsch

Eternal Drafting Guide

Created by Calebovitsch 1. Foreword and forward! Eternal Card Game is currently one of the biggest digital card games out there and is widely known as one of the best free-to-play ones. The amount of free content the developers are throwing at players is just enormous. One of the best ways of building your card collection in Eternal is just playing the game – usually either in ranked mode or draft mode. Given my long history with playing limited formats in

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noverb

The Flame of Xulta Set Review

Hello everyone, my name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay. Today I bring to you my set review for the new Eternal Card Game set The Flame of Xulta. This review is targeted at was once called the Ranked ladder meta, but is now dubbed Throne. These judgments are based on my initial thoughts on the cards. If you would like to hear my constantly evolving thought processes on cards you can join me on my stream. Without further ado, I bring

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noverb

The Flame of Xulta Set Review – Fire

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay and today I will be walking you through the Fire cards of The Flame of Xulta. For the rest of the set review click here. This set features six new keywords, to find out more about them click here. My rating system is somewhat pass/fail and goes as follows: Playable: I think this will see play in a relevant capacity. Borderline: This card is close to playable. Often just shy of the

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noverb

Flames of Xulta Set Review – Shadow

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay and today I will be walking you through the Shadow cards of The Flame of Xulta. For the rest of the set review click here. This set features six new keywords, to find out more about them click here. My rating system is somewhat pass/fail and goes as follows: Playable: I think this will see play in a relevant capacity. Borderline: This card is close to playable. Often just shy of the

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Flame of Xulta Set Review – Primal

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay and today I will be walking you through the Primal cards of The Flame of Xulta. For the rest of the set review click here. This set features six new keywords, to find out more about them click here. My rating system is somewhat pass/fail and goes as follows: Playable: I think this will see play in a relevant capacity. Borderline: This card is close to playable. Often just shy of the

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noverb

The Flame of Xulta Set Review – Justice

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay and today I will be walking you through the Justice cards of The Flame of Xulta. For the rest of the set review click here. This set features six new keywords, to find out more about them click here. My rating system is somewhat pass/fail and goes as follows: Playable: I think this will see play in a relevant capacity. Borderline: This card is close to playable. Often just shy of the

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The Flame of Xulta Set Review – Time

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay and today I will be walking you through the Time cards of The Flame of Xulta. For the rest of the set review click here. This set features six new keywords, to find out more about them click here. My rating system is somewhat pass/fail and goes as follows: Playable: I think this will see play in a relevant capacity. Borderline: This card is close to playable. Often just shy of the

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The Flame of Xulta Set Review – Everything Else

Hello everyone! My name is Nathan “noverb” Overbay and today I will be walking you through the multi-faction, faction-less, and Power cards of The Flame of Xulta. For the rest of the set review click here. This set features six new keywords, to find out more about them click here. My rating system is somewhat pass/fail and goes as follows: Playable: I think this will see play in a relevant capacity. Borderline: This card is close to playable. Often just

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The Mantid Man

Power Bases and Speed

The following is a guest article by RousseausDisciple. Greetings, fellow players of Eternal! I am RousseausDisciple, and today I would like to talk about power bases and deck speed in the game. To begin, I have a question for you: have you ever played a power on autopilot, only to kick yourself seconds later because it prevented you from making a play you just drew, or that could have been played next turn? I know I have (and still do,

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isochroneternal

Eternal and Archetypes

Just today I saw this Reddit thread, this had constant mentions about how FJS is a control deck and discussions about why it is a control deck or not. Reading it made me feel like I have to give my own input on the matter, and my own thoughts were too long for a Reddit comment, so I’m posting them here in the hopes that I can start a more educated discussion on the issue. Card Advantage and Quality Figuring

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The Mantid Man

Market Theory

An article by CalebovitschCheck out his Stream 1. Historical notes Collectible card games come in all shapes and forms. I have played my fair share of them over the years, both casually and competitively. They all have one thing in common – you have your own deck and play against an opponent’s deck. Either you build yours beforehand or right on the spot in case of the so-called limited events such as drafts, sealed decks, arenas etc. There are restrictions

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Calebovitsch

Eternal Drafting Guide

Created by Calebovitsch Table of Contents 1. Foreword and forward2. What does asynchronous drafting look like?3. What changed from the previous draft formats4. How to approach picking cards?5. What should your deck look like?6. What are the main strategies and synergies?7. What cards to look out for during games?8. How to be Excellent9. Any last words? 1. Foreword and forward! Eternal Card Game is currently one of the biggest digital card games out there and is widely known as one of

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Mitch Gross

Magikarp’s Praxis Tokens INTRO DECK No Legendaries!

Hello all! My name is Magikarp and I stream on Twitch as well as competing in the Eternal tournament scene.  I filmed a short intro video on one of my most beloved decks, Praxis Tokens.  Inside, I’ll give you a rundown on a tokens deck list that contains zero Legendary rarity cards, and is a great starting point for new players in Eternal.  I hope that you will enjoy the aggressive tokens strategy as much as I do!    

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