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I love this game because of all the reasons stated in suggested recommendations here and more. There was recently a f2p challenge that consisted of starting fresh with a new account. You didnt have to create a real new acc, you just entered your main email with "2" at the end-this made it much easier! In less than 2 weeks i have managed to go from nothing but a starter deck to putting together top 5 world championship decks (and a few other decks too) without paying a dime-unlike the elder scrolls or mtg arena(this one's still beta but i dont like it so far). This month theres another cool challenge with great prizes! This goes to show how user friendly this game is. The new leadership is constantly improving stuff and organizing cool competitions and challenges AND it is the only CCG that can be played competitively f2p. the community is based on telegram-explore the options on the official forum ;) See More
Tomislav Pleše's Experience
The best card game i ever played serious Graphics Serious gameplay + The best is card Sacrifice resource system makes u think twice before sacrificing a card really awesome not like other card games which probably are nearly same and seems like candy rush lol I would recommend to everyone who loves to play card games. Also the best part of the game is a loyal community and loyal players who are with game in bad and good both times See More
Itachi Uchiha's Experience
The card pool has grown to a very decent size, spread across Neutral, two factions (Human/Shadow) and seven classes (Warrior, Mage, Hunter, Priest, Rogue, Wulven and Elemental). Each of the 32 heroes belongs to a faction/class combination, where they can use Neutral cards and cards from the faction or class. This gives each hero access to approximately 250 cards, which allows for great variety of decks. See More
Aside from a handful of cards from the original set that had "at random" on them, the developers have gone out of their way to bring more control into the hands of players. Effects will specify they damage "the ally with the lowest health", for example, and on a tie there is a Standard Resolution Order (the ally closer to the hero takes priority), so always know which one will be affected. Sometimes on other games you might think the RNG is skewed/faked, but that can't happen in Shadow Era. This means the main element of randomness and luck is the shuffle of the deck, which is how a card game should be. See More
There are already 120 missions to play through with dialogue, telling the story from the very beginning, for 10 Human heroes and 2 Shadow heroes (at the time of writing). Over time, more dialogue is being added to other missions for the remaining 6 Human heroes and 14 Shadow heroes, and then more maps with more missions will be added in future. The campaign mode is completely free and gives generous rewards for playing. See More
New to Shadow Era? Curious about how the top players in the ladder have their position? Simply click on their profile in the ladder ranking and it will show you their statistics and an option to view their last 30 games played. This way you have a better understanding of strategy utilized by top players. See More
A variety of player and developer organized tournaments, with prizes rewarded by devs, in both competitive and casual formats provides opportunities for players of all skill levels. It all culminates in the annual World Championship, a brilliant display of skill and deck building. See More
There's no significant first-turn or second-turn advantage in Hearthstone. The player going second gets an extra card from his deck as well as "The Coin", a card that gives one extra mana crystal for one turn. This subverts the advantage that would be gained otherwise by the player going first. See More
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