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RE: The @KidSisters' Initial Thoughts Of Splinterlands

in Splinterlands3 months ago (edited)

Yea, this is something that I've been trying to bring up - there needs to be a bigger division between Novice and Bronze. The $10 starter has some okay cards, but you too readily get paired up against opponents that you have no chance of winning against due to card power.

In general, Fire is probably the strongest set of cards from the Spellbook - at least in my opinion.

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I agree, and it was a frustrating period for my oldest daughter. She was definitely wondering how the game can be fun if all you do is lose, even when you've made the best possible arrangement.

Thanks for the tip about Fire, although because our daughter is Khmer, she's hooked on the Khmer Princess card, so Forest/Green is her favorite. !ENGAGE 35

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