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    All cards are equal, but

    some cards are more equal than others.

    those cards are mostly class specific...

    Group 01: ally 223
    Puwen Bloodhelm
    Cinderborn Fatebreaker
    Yari Bladedancer
    Pack Wolf
    Skilled Ironmonger

    Group 02: ally 231
    Blake Windrunner
    Bloodpack Shaman

    Group 03: attachment armor
    Reinforced Armor
    Stoneskin

    Group 04: attachment attack
    Extra sharp
    Backstab

    Group 05: ability remove
    Sever Ties
    Shriek of Revulsion
    Spectral Sabre

    Group 06: ability destroy
    Change of Fortune
    Stop, Thief!
    Smashing Blow
    Focused Prayer

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    not sure what you're getting at here...yup some cards do similar things...
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    The reason some of the cards you mention are better than the others is mostly because, as you say, they are class specific. This means they can afford to be a little more powerful than non-class specific cards with same stats/similar ability, because they are restricted to a narrower card pool. For example if Yari Bladedancer was just a generic Human ally like Puwen it would be too good, and clearly outright better than Puwen. But since it is a Warrior-only card it is fine for it to have the ability, cause there are only the 7 Warrior heroes who can use it, as opposed to the 16 Human heroes who can potentially use Puwen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tman507 View Post
    The reason some of the cards you mention are better than the others is mostly because, as you say, they are class specific. This means they can afford to be a little more powerful than non-class specific cards with same stats/similar ability, because they are restricted to a narrower card pool. For example if Yari Bladedancer was just a generic Human ally like Puwen it would be too good, and clearly outright better than Puwen. But since it is a Warrior-only card it is fine for it to have the ability, cause there are only the 7 Warrior heroes who can use it, as opposed to the 16 Human heroes who can potentially use Puwen.
    To expand on that, some class cards are intentionally better than faction or neutral ones where the extra part beyond whatever they have in common with another card (e.g. Bladedancer vs Puwen) is aligned with a speciality of that class.

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