No point in making a new thread about it because only the devs can answer this one, hence it's better to post the question in the ask a dev thread, like already done here: https://forums.cdprojektred.com/index.php?threads/gwent-ask-a-dev.8684150/post-11752139No challenges in this month?
It's all explained (and more) here: https://forums.cdprojektred.com/index.php?threads/the-unofficial-gwent-glossary-update-pending.10992550/#post-11280892What is rank 0 and is it impossible to reach from rank 27. I think that's my rank
I've already answered your question here.first i dont remember what the 3 icons means on top of the deck creation (book helm wine&bread) ?
Same way you always do, but now you can also select a different leader skin in the same way you can select a different board.how you pick leader skill ?
The expansion is basically a new set of cards which can be crafted or collected from the new Iron Judgement kegs.is the last expansion free or you have to pay ?
No. The Steam version of Thronebreaker is not connected to GWENT (because GWENT is not on Steam).Is it possible to import a Thronebreaker save from Steam to Gwent?
Thanks for the reply, when GOG Galaxy 2.0 is released, will this still be true? So when I link my Steam library to GOG, will GWENT recognize Thronebreaker, or would I still need to purchase Thronebreaker through GOG?No. The Steam version of Thronebreaker is not connected to GWENT (because GWENT is not on Steam).
If you have Thronebreaker on both Steam and GOG, you can import saves between the two versions but GWENT will only recognise the GOG version.
Galaxy 2.0 won't change anything in that regard, unfortunately. It only imports your library from other applications.Thanks for the reply, when GOG Galaxy 2.0 is released, will this still be true? So when I link my Steam library to GOG, will GWENT recognize Thronebreaker, or would I still need to purchase Thronebreaker through GOG?
Most games that have achievements do not reward them retroactively. In some cases, that would also be undesirable because of the amount of stats that need to be tracked and the unintended side-effects that it might cause (on a technical level). Thronebreaker is no different here and, to be honest, I wasn't surprised either.So I repurchased Thronebreaker through GOG (it was on sale) so that I could import my save (from Steam) and claim the benefits, only to find that the Thronebreaker contracts were not available.
You will have two copies of the game in your library, but you have the option to hide one (or both, if you so desire).how will GOG 2.0 handle users who have multiple copies of the same game?
There is no list at the ready, but if some abbreviation is unclear, you can ask about it here.I do have a few questions. I've read the stickied glossary thread, but is there a companion glossary post for some of the abbreviations/slang used on the forums?
Kinda, 2 for bronze and 1 for gold cards. Do note that there are cards that can create more copies during the game, like Queen Adale.I *think* there's a limit of just 2 copies per deck of any individual card? Is that correct?
Because Defender is a status. All icons on the card are statuses, like bleeding, resilience, shield, poison, bounty and, ironically, locks. Statuses need to be purified. On the other hand, locks only work against units that have an (order) ability.Locking a unit is meant to disable abilities given by card text, isn't it? Any reason defender still works when locked?