DanTheTimid wrote:Lastly, why exactly is your attack target randomly chosen? This weakens the strategy of the game alot and unnecessarily injects a large amount of luck into determining the winner. Is there a good reason why my target is chosen randomly? I can understand letting the attacker choose the target or the defender choose the target, both are things you can strategically prepare for, but making it random takes away most of that strategy and is something I can see leading to alot of frustration due to bad luck. I just don't really see a good reason for this to occur.
First, do I only attack those directly infront of me, or in the entire row infront of me. For example, my card has range 1 and my opponent has 2 cards in his front row, ones directly in front of my card, ones to the front right. Are both cards considered in my range or just the one directly in front of me?
Second, based on the FAQ range is base on enemies position and not on row. So does this mean my cards in my back row with range 1 are still capable of attacking a card in my opponents back row assuming there are no other opponents cards in the first 2 rows?
DanTheTimid wrote:Still a little confused about whether or not your own rows are counted by range
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