Slugfest VII Semi-finals match between TJ SamuelJ and ED Surprise. Our very own, TJ SamuelJ, won the round 4-1.
Having trouble dealing with Garth, Jericho, or Zaladar in the current meta? In this episode, we look at counters to these popular Tier 1 decks.
The first 67 cards from Lost Lands, the 4th Shadow Era set, have now been released onto live server as a mini-expansion (Lost Lands Part 1). They can be found in Lost Lands booster packs or from the in-game Merchant when other players have sold them to him, in version 3.10 onwards.
At the end of that list, you’ll see the new card type, Location, which comes with its own set of rules, which you can find here.
In the coming weeks, we’ll be bringing you Lost Lands videos and articles, so stay tuned!
In advance of public test server and eventual live server release of Lost Lands Part 1, there is a preorder deal on ShadowEra.com.
It’s probably going to appeal to newer players the most due to the 30 packs from sets 1-3, but the extras on offer (epic avatar, colored global chat name, sleeves and playmat) and gold value from selling any spares should make it an appealing deal for most people.
Over the past ten weeks, spoiler articles have been released for Shadow Era’s forthcoming 4th set, Lost Lands, including 29 spoilers.
These are rather under-represented in the spoilers so far, but that has tended to be the way for all sets, so let’s not panic just yet. This is Shadow Era, after all.
A total of seven Shadow allies have been revealed so far. Let’s take a look.
Yes, Shadow Era will finally have some fully neutral allies, including a predominantly neutral tribe in the shape of the Aldmor.
Also new to Lost Lands, we have a brand new card type, of which six instances have been revealed so far:
It’s been hinted that artifacts will play a much larger part in Lost Lands than in any other set. Here are two such items spoiled so far:
One Shadow ability and two Neutral abilities have been revealed so far:
If any of those cards don’t make sense to you, the associated articles should help out!
As more cards are revealed, we’ll update this post so be sure to bookmark it and check back each week to see what’s new!
As you might have read, the new update of Shadow Era should be released this week. We would like to issue a two-week contest to all of the competitive community members out there. Here is how it works:
Master Challenge Points = Your rating at start of your first 2.91 game + 30 points per rated game win on 2.91 – 25 points per rated game loss on 2.91 + your rating at the end of the two-week period
Unrated games will not count!
Sound too difficult to keep track of? We agree!
Simply sign up with the IGN you would like registered and we will handle the rest!
Top 3 scoring players will receive SC matching their SEN Challenge Points total (rounded up to nearest 100SC, but 5000SC max)
Ranks 4-10 in SEN Challenge Points will receive SC matching half their SEN Challenge Points total (rounded up to nearest 100SC, but 2500SC max)
Top 16 ranks will be invited to a 16-man invite only tournament.
For each of the top 5 players, their deck with the best win-rate from all their qualifying games will be published on ShadowEra.net
SIGN UP ON THE SHADOW ERA FORUMS BY FOLLOWING THIS LINK!
July 1st was quite a day for Wulven Game Studios, making two major announcements.
The first was about the upcoming release of version 2.91 (more here).
The second unveiled the name and an overview of the set that’s currently in closed beta testing.
According to the announcement, Lost Lands is a set based around the themes of ruination, resurgence and rediscovery, where the landscape of the game as we know it will be changing and shifting, with its characters on the move, intentionally or otherwise. This will be achieved primarily through the introduction of a new card type: Location.
Two other spoilers were shown in the announcement, both for allies from the Aldmor alignment, who represent the first revealed fully Neutral allies in the game (there will be 20 Neutral Allies in total).
For more information and see the community reactions, head over to the official website.
It’s just been posted on the official forum that v2.91 will be rolling out over the next few days.
– Artwork on the remaining 17 Shattered Fates cards that were still using placeholders.
– In-game chat-room, so you can talk to other players about the game and set up custom matches without leaving the app.
– 14 balance changes, predominantly aimed at widening the meta from what it became after the 2.90 balance changes.
– 25 bug fixes, leaving no known card bugs at this time.
– Unrated quick match option – perfect for beginners or those wishing to experiment without risking their rating.
– Improved User Interface for several screens within the game.
We look forward to seeing you on 2.91 !
In this episode we give Ythan a chance.
Music is “Could Be Worse – Remix” by Steve Combs, licensed under a creative commons attribution license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)