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8-28-2010 @ 7:54PM
There's an online version? That sounds like a good way to learn the basics. Where might it be? :o
8-29-2010 @ 1:22AM
The 'online version' he refers to is World of Warcraft.Quotes like, "which are characters based on the classes and factions from the online game," do explain that it references a larger thing than the TCG itself (as I'm not sure why a card game would reference an online version of a card game.) I think the article was poorly worded in that this was slightly confusing, but there are enough context clues.
8-29-2010 @ 6:20PM
I really do wish there was an online version of the card game. I've read up on it and it seems really interesting and fun but finding people to play with and then going out to play will cut in to the little free time i do have. )o:
8-29-2010 @ 11:42AM
@EddyAh, yes, now I see it. How embarrassing. >_< Thank you for clearing that up!
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