The history is something like this:furrida;n9497511 said:Would it be possible to get version histories for the cards? My friend wants to make a video about Kambi, but he's having trouble finding the exact changes.
I would say that's unlikely because your account still needs to be validated through GOG Galaxy when you start the game.SynVolka;n9500001 said:Will Thronebreaker and all the other solo campaigns be playable offline?
If you strengthen her (number stays white), the base strength buff will stay when she returns to your hand because she doesn't have regressing. If you boost her (number turns green), then she will lose the buff and return to her base strength because boosts are always lost when a unit leaves the field or the round ends.qbim;n9505901 said:I am sorry if I am at the wrong thread. The topic is about gwent questions anyway, right?
I wanted to ask about Ciri (vanilla one with brave). Will she return to her initial strength (when buffed) if you get her back into your hand? I haven't encountered that scenario due to my luck so I couldn't test it myself.
So because she was female and nobody could understand her form of speak, I'll paraphrase. When is this game going to come out of beta, and when it comes out of beta will less radical changes be made?MilliganX;n9505541 said:I am a chick that plays Gwent. I t is only an information point to state not only dudes play. Gwent is the first on line card game I have been interested in playing because I am a big fan of the Witcher games. So here is the deal: I think that every time there is an update to the game it becomes almost an entirely new game. I understand that it is up against other card games like Hearthstone, (which I tried and didn't care for).
When the Gold cards can be affected by any non special card, the gold card ceases to be Special in its own creation. It becomes just another fancy card. Having to learn new rules every time there is a tweak to the game is frustrating to say the least. I start to get a handle on a set of cards then some changes are made and I have to start ALL over again. Surely I am not the only "average" fan that feels this way?
Gerbid;n9372181 said:Are the alternative Dandelion/Triss avatars permanent content of the ranked ladder or they are exclusive, unique season rewards like the unmasked Imlerith portrait? Guess they are permanent, but didn’t find any clear information about this.
Vattier;n9387851 said:The possible rewards will change between seasons. At the moment we cannot give you a definite answer, but it is possible that the rewards like Imlerith, Dandelion or Triss avatars would be obtainable at a later date.
I couldn't aggree more with you!GenLiu;n9595021 said:Hi dear developers, first of all, I love you, thx for your job on every game you make really, from the Witcher series to Gwent, this is always top quality game. Thx a lot for that.
Now my question is that, the pro ladder system has a system that "forces" players to play different decks and in fact, I found it really cool and refreshing as a concept because it gives us more variety in the match up encountered and here is my question. Do you plan into globalizing this "rule" to the regular ranked mode (maybe by giving special rewards for anyone playing different decks or something like that)?
Presumably to synergize with the Nilfgaardian Standard Bearer:Ricardomug;n9652621 said:Why, then, does the Nauzicaa Brigade card have the tag of soldier and not officer?
Whenever you play a Soldier from your Hand, Boost an Ally by 2.
Deploy: Boost an Ally by 2.