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CMON Previews God of War: The Card Game

In God of War: The Card Game, you are looking to find a way to stop Ragnarok. You'll do that by going on quests, but what does that actually look like? The game uses a mosaic system of cards to create almost a board-game like feeling as you move your figure back and forth, deciding which cards you want to direct your attacks at. In this article, we get a little more detail about how that all works.

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As the Norns look to stop Ragnarök, they must see if the heroes can complete different Quests. In God of War: The Card Game, these Quests are played out in Scenes. Each Scene is created using a mosaic of double-sided, oversized cards that form a playing space that the Heroes will move around, creating a thematic battleground as players combat the forces of evil. In this article, we take a deeper look at how the Scene mechanics work and how they create a dynamic, exciting experience on the tabletop.

God of War: The Card Game is fully cooperative. As such, the Scenes take on the role of the enemy that the players will fight, as well as the battlefield upon which they will be engaging in combat. Each Scene is made up of eight or more oversized double-sided cards.

The cards are numbered, so players know which Quest the individual cards belong to, as well as marked with a grid, showing where in the mosaic it should be placed. This grid is also color-coded, with white squares representing the front side of the card, and red representing the back. When put together, the cards form the Scene’s location, be it a lava field filled with angry elves, a giant dragon, or a frost-covered plain with enemy giants. The cards have different information on them based on their overall role in the Scene. For example, many have enemies that the Heroes must defeat if they want to stop Ragnarök. The card will display the enemy’s health total, as well as what type of attack it will make when activated and how much damage it does. Melee attacks have arrows indicating which columns they deal their damage into, while ranged attacks go against the column farthest from them. Enemies may also potentially deal special damage, such as Stun or Poison, which will result in cards going into a player’s deck that will hinder them when drawn.

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