DanTheTimid wrote:Rad!oZonde wrote:DanTheTimid wrote:8) My card has a RNG (range) of 3. Why can’t I hit the enemy in row 3?
A good way to think of RNG is this: with a RNG of 1, you can only attack the person right in front of you. With a RNG of 2, you can attack over his head and hit the guy behind him. With a RNG of 3, you can attack over two people and hit the guy behind them. The number of rows between you and your target doesn’t matter, the number of Units between you and your target does matter.
This sounds a little confusing to me, could you clarify that I'm understanding this correctly? Are you saying because the card has range of 3 it can only hit the enemy if he has 3 card in a row and even then only the back enemy? So as long as my opponent never puts more then 2 units in a row, regardless of what row they are in, all my range 3 cards are completely incapable of attacking? That seems overly restrictive.
the range [from what I understood from the akon booth demo] just explains the 'reach' of a character card. It can still attack any other part of the field
|_| |r| |_|
|o| |_| |_| <enemy field
|_| |_| |m|
|v| |_| |_|
|_| |x| |_| <your field
|_| |_| |_|
now lets say that card x has a range of 3, there are two enemy cards that card x can attack, enemy card m and enemy card o.
card v also has a range of 3, in it's current position it can attack any card on the enemy field.
Now if card x has a range of 4 it can do so as well.
let's say that card o only has a range of 2. It will only be able to attack the first row. This would basically be a waste of range in this type of situation. However if the other player only has range 1 characters on the field you can use this to your advantage since they will not be able to reach the range 2 card
I appreciate the reply but this explanation seems to contradict the FAQ. According to the FAQ "The number of rows between you and your target doesn’t matter, the number of Units between you and your target does matter." However based on your example its the rows that matter since the only difference between v and x is the number of rows between them and the enemy units.
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