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2-16-2011 @ 7:57AM
It's a TCG, it's like Magic:The Gathering (if I had to compare it to anything) except instead of you being a wizard that conjures and summons your deck to defeat the other wizard (read, player) you have a hero card and use your other cards to buff your hero and help them out in defeating the other player's hero. Alternatively, there are also raid decks in which case one player plays as the raid (the equivalent of D&D's DM or dungeon master I suppose) and other players play as the heroes fighting their way through the raid.I hesitate to compare it to D&D in any way as it obviously has little to nothing in common with it in terms of how the game is played. It's (obviously) a TCG.By "what's the point" I don't know what you want. It's a game. If you don't see why it's such a big deal then to you it isn't, who cares.
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