How to play Reign of Dragons for iOS (part 2): Walkthrough, FAQ and Beginner’s Guide

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Welcome to part 2 of the beginner’s guide to Reign of Dragons! Click here to go back to part 1 of the guide.

Another way to enhance your cards is to evolve them. In order to evolve a card, you need to have two of the same card. Each card has four forms – look in the lower right corner of a card and you’ll see anywhere between one green dot and four green dots. The green dots represent what form the card is. The rarity of the card is measured by stars in the upper left corner, and when you evolve the card to level 4, the rarity will increase by one.

There are six possible rarities of cards, from one star, which is common, to six stars, which is mega rare. The more rare a card is, the more powerful it is, and the more difficult it is to acquire it. Check your “My Page” for all of the limited edition events that are going on in which you can earn rare cars.

To edit your attack and defense decks, go to the Menu button, tap it and then tap “Edit Deck” and you will be able to set multiple attack and defense decks. The game automatically selects your most powerful deck otherwise, based on your attack power and your defense power. Each card has a certain “cost” in power, and your deck of cards will be the best deck that can fit within the number of attack points or defense points that you have.

You can strategize the decks, through, based on the type of card (Genesis, Justice or Chaos). For example, having multiples of the same card in your active deck will enhance the attack power of each of that type of card. In general, though, it’s best to leave it to the game to pick the deck, since it changes based upon the stat points that you get.

Battle mode is where you can battle against other players for Dorri, experience points, and treasure pieces. In general, you should pick players based on how many allies and attack points they have, although their defense points are actually what will determine how powerful their deck is.

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