Card map – Guide to Cards in Legends of Elysium
In the world of Legends of Elysium, each card is a treasure trove of information, strategy, and potential. However, to fully understand the capabilities of cards and use them to one’s advantage, it is crucial to learn the basic mechanics of cards. This guide will teach you how to read information on cards, so you can use it to your advantage on the battlefield. In this guide you will learn about mana, lands, card types, offensive values, and their abilities. By combining this knowledge with practice, players can create their own invincible strategy.
The mana cost, found in the top left corner, shows how much a player needs to spend to play a card. This is crucial for successful strategy, as players must manage their mana pool wisely to get the most out of each turn. Card mana costs can range from 0 to 20, so it’s important to use resources wisely and know your deck well. Alongside mana, lands are another key resource.
In each turn, a player can use their mana twice to terraform one of the empty hexes into the land of their choosing. There are three types of land available in the game – Mountain, Forest and Farmland. Lands stay on the board until the end of the game, allowing the player to summon their unit cards on them. Additionally, in order to summon a unit, the player needs to meet the requirement in lands.
|Turn Activity in Legends of Elysium
|Mana Usage for Terraforming
|Player can use mana twice per turn
|To transform one of the empty hexes into a chosen land type
|Types of Lands
|Mountain, Forest, Farmland
|Lands stay on the board until the end of the game
|Requires meeting the specific land type requirement
For example, if a unit has a requirement of 1 Forest, 1 Farmland and 1 Mountain land, a player can summon it to the battlefield only if he has each of these lands already present on the board.
In Legends of Elysium, there are two types of cards: unit cards and spell cards. When building a deck, players can fully customize the amount of each card type according to the needs of their strategy. Unit cards are directly summoned onto the battlefield, while spell cards, when played, trigger the effects specified in their description. For detailed information, you can visit the Card Types page.
Below the card name, you’ll find a description of its abilities and skills. For detailed information, you can visit the Card Abilities page.
Attack and Health
Values located in the bottom corners of unit cards, indicate their offensive and defensive capabilities. The left-bottom value next to an orange gem represents the unit’s attack strength. The right-bottom value next to a red gem represents the unit’s health. During regular gameplay, both values can constantly change, especially under the influence of played spell cards, enemy attacks, or various special abilities.
Card rarity is an aspect not essential on the battlefield itself, but crucial when creating a deck. In Legends of Elysium, there are four card rarities: Common, Rare, Epic, and Legendary. Each deck can have up to 24 cards. You can include as many Common and Rare cards as you want, but you can have only 2 copies of exactly the same card. Epic cards are unique; you can have one copy of each Epic card in your deck. Legendary cards, being the most powerful, are limited to just one Legendary card per deck. For detailed information, you can visit the Card Rarity page.