Battle Cry

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    • Immerse yourself in the world of Battle Cry! Command your very own army to battles against all who oppose you. Includes a 3 act single player campaign, a player versus player ladder system and an intricate army management system.

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One Review to Battle Cry

  1. TheJudicata on March 2nd, 2013 6:28 am

    Good idea on re-rolling 40g quests.nI’ve had the game for year and a half and have probably done the daily quests 70% of the time (I took about a 3month break from the game). I have not spent $1 on the game.nA week ago I did an “accounting” of all cards I had.nThe end result:n-About 50% of Single Player quests completed (I now realize really you should target these because of the guarantee of cards, not duplicates)n-90% of Common cards, oddly there are a few common cards I’ve never got 1 of. Co1tantly get duplicatesn-About 50% of Rare cardsn-About 20% of Epic cardsn-About 10% of Legendary cards, all class specificnI’ve accumulated enough dust to get one Legendary (Dr. Boom, purchased January of this year)nSo yeah, without spending $1 and being fairly diligent with quests you end up with 20-25 cards of all the “expert” decks posted online. But missing some really crucial cards to those decks is a major crippling blow (for example, I don’t have one Big Game Hunter!).nI’ve tracked my win rate for the past month, and I hover between 50-55% (but oh man a few of those losses I swear to the Whisering Gods if only I have X card to put in the deck to turn the game around!)