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    Gwenneth Truesight

    How in the hell do you attack with Gwenneth Truesight? Anyone?

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    You must equip (play) a weapon in order to deal damage with your Heroes. (Unless they have a damage dealing ability i.e. Nishaven, Zaladar etc.)

    Weapon cards usable by Gwenneth are: Soul Seeker, Guardian's Oath and Beetle Demon Bow.
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    how do you equip play a weapon?

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    You play it like any other card; pay its casting cost.

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    when choose her, i do not have the option to attack with her. How do you pay the casting cost? Mine rises throughout the game.

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    Junior Member doodoopoop's Avatar
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    O wait I see... I gotta buy a stinking card right? haha no wonder

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    You can only attack when you have a weapon on board. From the FAQs:
    Q: How do weapons and armor work?
    A: Weapon and Armor cards are special items that can be used by Heroes. One of the icons in the top right of the item card must match the icon on the Hero card, as these items can only be used by certain classes they were designed for. Weapons will allow the Hero to attack and defend, while armor will absorb melee damage. Both weapons and armor have a durability rating, as shown on the anvil icon, which is used up for every attack or defend action. When the durability reaches 0, the weapon or armor is destroyed. Also, only one weapon and one armor card can be in play at a time, and any old items are automatically destroyed if a new one of the same type is played.
    The weapons available for Gwenneth are Beetle Demon Bow, Soul Seeker and Guardian's Oath.

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    I'm going to use this opportunity to promote the idea again that starter decks should come with at least one weapon, to avoid this sort of confusion among new players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringel View Post
    I'm going to use this opportunity to promote the idea again that starter decks should come with at least one weapon, to avoid this sort of confusion among new players.
    Makes a good point though. I did exactly the same thing when I first played. Picked Amber Rain, and was sat there wondering why the hell I couldn't use her ability without spending. Not much of a "starter" deck if you don't get what you need to start.

    As a side note, I bought a "First Fish" Starter kit the other day.... Got the stones, a little castle, a nice fishy in a bag (with water), a water filter and some food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringel View Post
    I'm going to use this opportunity to promote the idea again that starter decks should come with at least one weapon, to avoid this sort of confusion among new players.
    Agreed
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