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Mystic Vale


Mystic Vale, the card-building game from AEG where players slide semi-transparent pieces into their cards to build them as they play, has a new expansion. It's called Harmony, and it adds plenty of new elements to the game, especially for those who love updating cards to more-powerful levels.

Mystic Vale is an interesting take on the deck-building genre, as you actually change your cards in your deck, instead of changing the overall count of cards in the deck itself. In the physical world, this relies on sleeved cards that you'll insert transparent other cards into. However, in the Digital version that's available now, it is as simple as changing the cards for "real." You can download and play this version now.

Mystic Vale lets players actually customize their cards as they play. Using the clear sleeves, players will insert clear upgrades to their cards, building their deck in an entirely new way. The game already has several expansions, but more is on the way. In this case, it's Conclave, and it will be available in April.
Plus, the box will be able to hold all your current sets.
AEG's got two new releasing that they've posted up for the month of October. They're even taking pre-orders. One's Mana Storm, a new expansion to Mystic Vale, the deck-building game where you actually alter the cards as you're playing (though not permanently like a Legacy game). The other is Cutthroat Kingdoms (had to keep myself from typing Cutthroat Kitchen there). Here, you're leaders of one of six noble houses looking to take over the throne after the king's death.
AEG has announced a new expansion for Mystic Vale coming out this month. Vale of the Wild will give players more options for when upgrading their cards. They'll also come with Leaders that players will put into their decks at the beginning which will give them new abilities. Also, Eclipse Advancements can cover over other Advancements, letting you further customize your deck.
The Valley of Life is under a terrible curse. It's only through the dedicated healing powers of the druids that they will be able to save the inhabitants. But caution must be taken, for the curse will drain those that carelessly use their powers. No, it's the wisest who will be able to bring the most healing.
That's the story behind Mystic Vale, a new card game coming from AEG.
 

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