Gwent is very different from other games in a multitude of ways, to say it has turned into another game just simply isn't true.I haven't seen any information about that, yes cards has been change but no one ever from CD Red said you can destroy cards like that. If you really can do it like that, means :
* CD Red turned great original (completely new fresh idea) into Hearthstone (Huge minus from me to the game rating)
* CD Red broke the game, why? (below) (another minus)
* You can now destroy even up to 10 cards with two simply bronze cards (any weather bronze card plus any bronze card that remove 1 or 2 strength - they add huge number of these cards lately so would be very easy to do that with two simple moves)...yes, you could react quickly with "clear weather" but if you don't have any - game is over.
That would turn into stupid game, you would be force play it only with factions immune for weathers, that great tactical game would turn in a game without strategy...you know your opponent gonna play clear weather now if he have any, you know he gonna try go it the same to you (too big predictability)...and on the end all the weathers and clear weather they do not have a sense of being in the game and the same time they MEGA overpowered. If they really did that, they broke the game.
I just don't like idea at all that cards can by destroyed when the strength go to value 0. This is not what Gwent was about at the very beginning.Gwent is very different from other games in a multitude of ways, to say it has turned into another game just simply isn't true.
We've evolved and improved a great many aspects of Gwent, which we've stated we would do in order to turn it into a fun and competitive multiplayer experience.
Please play the game and hopefully you will provide constructive criticism after doing so. What you've stated here is hyperbolic and not based in actual experience or facts.
I think they should work like scorch. Deal damage to highest strength unit or row. Giving option to choose your target really make this ability powerful.Play one BRONZE CARD - Biting Frost
Play one BRONZE CARD - Biting Frost
Next turn play next BRONZE CARD - Stammelford's Tremors
or some other BRONZE CARD that can take damage to opponent's card (is plenty of them and they quite common now)
With this two simple moves (using two common bronze cards) you will be able to take enormous hit points to the cards 50-70 points and destroy cards completely.
To have longevity and more player vs player excitement some rules had to change, we're very happy with this change. It also bring some exciting possibles to our single player campaigns that otherwise wouldn't be possible.I just don't like idea at all that cards can by destroyed when the strength go to value 0. This is not what Gwent was about at the very beginning.