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    Can we slow down this one part?

    Would it be possible to slow down the instances where one player takes a card from the other? Or those instances where a card moves from one zone of play to another? For instance, if I'm attacked by Serena using Cutlass, and a card is taken from my hand, can there be a pause long enough for me to see what the card is, before it's transferred to the opp's hand? Something simple as a "click to continue" button?
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I've added to the nice-to-have list.

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    Well for that 1 elemental card forget the name I can see that card
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    I think this could be incorporated and expanded in action log that will remember previous turn. Something like HS and Shadowverse have. In this case it would show Serena dealing 4 damage to hero with Cutlass and Cutlass discarding and putting exact card in Serena players hand.

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    Just as an old player, I say....

    Hell No

    Part of the fun is not knowing what ya lost, but if it's stolen from your hand, you should know. Besides. It's been that way forever. I'd rather have new cards and such,
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    It’s taken from your hand thus you should know which one was stolen.

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    NO No and NO
    If you cant remember what was taken from your hand then that's your fault.
    You can see him play the card so you know whats coming, just look at your hand.
    Nothing should be added to slow down gameplay.

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    it's not a matter of remembering the card. There are times when real life intervenes and you take your eyes from the game. Love the condescending answers, by the way. The cards that are stolen, in the instance of Serena, move too damn fast to see. It's the same for when someone removes something from a graveyard. Part of the fun? As if. It wouldn't slow down game play any more than when someone takes their sweet time during a turn. Plus, this wouldn't take all that much time to implement, so your precious new cards wouldn't be delayed any more than they already are.
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    I really like this suggestion, there are many of us who have a busy life and multi-tasking when you play a game. But even without that, if someone steals a card from your deck or the graveyard it's almost impossible to see what it was and I do agree that sometimes even from your hand is hard to tract as Serena's steals replenish a card most of the time. I think a pause and close up of the stolen card for 1 second will be enough for the player to see and doesn't require interaction during opponent's turn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veles View Post
    I think this could be incorporated and expanded in action log that will remember previous turn. Something like HS and Shadowverse have. In this case it would show Serena dealing 4 damage to hero with Cutlass and Cutlass discarding and putting exact card in Serena players hand.
    I like this idea. If you could even get access to it after, it could help you analyse your play to see what you could have done better. Also I think it could be quite helpful for bug finding when it occurs "randomly".

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