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    Rarities

    Back with more dumb questions but it seems like there are 6 rarity types?

    Grey
    White
    Green
    Blue
    Orange/gold
    Red

    Do we know the values? and do we know if there are different break down within each category like a G1 or G2 meaning one or the other show up more?

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    Gray = Created card/token
    White = Common
    Green = Uncommon
    Blue = Rare
    Red = Legendary
    Orange = Exclusive/Promo
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    What about the other question are there Uncommon 1 and uncommon 2's meaning the 2's show up twice as often?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moondancer View Post
    What about the other question are there Uncommon 1 and uncommon 2's meaning the 2's show up twice as often?
    Straight rarities in Hex. Do other games even do that anymore at least overtly. I know in WoW TCG certain commons were technically more common in some sets to help facilitate draft but it wasn't by a large amount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houjix View Post
    Straight rarities in Hex. Do other games even do that anymore at least overtly. I know in WoW TCG certain commons were technically more common in some sets to help facilitate draft but it wasn't by a large amount.
    That is exactly the reason its done and am just curious if its being done here because it can really change a draft format if its not. Making it much higher Variance and more about what you happen to open as opposed to pick.

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    Except Orange also looks faction related based on the last article unless I mistook that flask as a promo. Your move kyle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance View Post
    Except Orange also looks faction related based on the last article unless I mistook that flask as a promo. Your move kyle
    Promo/Exclusive. Getting it from one faction and only with that character fulfills the Exclusive bit.
    "A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men."

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    Well I guess that falls in the definition of Exclusive though I think people would confuse that with Kickstarter, at least until we start to play. Promo/Exclusive/Faction Reward seems more clear but yeah I suppose I'm wrong

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    Faction Question: If you unlock a faction card (say, a card from The Ashen) using one character, can all of your champions (such as one who joined the Horns) use it in their decks? Or will there be a reputation requirement to playing certain cards? Also, are they tradeable?

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