Fantasy Rivals

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  • Fantasy Rivals: deck

    Fantasy Rivals: deck
    Your deck consists of at least 8 heroes. Keep in mind that cards of the same faction often synergize well together. If you can sti...
    Fantasy Rivals: deck

    Fantasy Rivals: evolve

    Fantasy Rivals: evolve
    Playing games of Fantasy Rivals rewards you with gold and experience. Use that gold to 'evolve' or level up cards. Leveling up inc...
    Fantasy Rivals: evolve

    Fantasy Rivals: pick

    Fantasy Rivals: pick
    There are 3 decisions to make every turn. The first is picking a hero from your hand. One will be placed in your key area until yo...
    Fantasy Rivals: pick

    Fantasy Rivals: combat

    Fantasy Rivals: combat
    Finally we have 2 choices. I can pick from either of these two heroes. Remember to keep in mind what your opponent is showing you....
    Fantasy Rivals: combat

Fantasy Rivals Gameplay First Look - HD

Fantasy Rivals Gameplay First Look - HD
Overview

Fantasy Rivals is a CCG browser MMO developed and published by Boostr. The gameplay is based on matches against the computer or other human opponents. Starting players are encouraged to complete the Fantasy Rivals tutorial and try a few matches against the computer. The challenging part is testing your skills in encounters against other Fantasy Rivals players. There is a background story but Fantasy Rivals is not a PvE lore driven game. Players build decks of heroes. The first 12 heroes are unlocked after completing Fantasy Rivals tutorial. A Fantasy Rivals hero is the same thing with a card. A deck contains 8 heroes. Each hero belongs to a certain Fantasy Rivals faction. There are 6 different factions: Abyss, Alliance, Shadow, Spectre, Draken and Empire. All heroes possess unique talents and abilities.

Fantasy Rivals has 3 games modes. Training mode is available right from the start. It’s a good mode for new players to get used to Fantasy Rivals mechanics or to test new decks of heroes. League and Classic modes are PvP modes. When playing Classic mode matches, players have limited time to choose their heroes. League matches are ranked and count towards players rating. The League ranking system is divided into 6 tiers: bronze, silver, gold, platinum, diamond and master. Only a small percentage (less than 3%) of Fantasy Rivals players is ranked in master league.

Winning Fantasy Rivals matches rewards players with XP, gems and in game money (gold). XP is needed to level up. Fantasy Rivals heroes are upgraded using gems. An upgraded hero has better combat capabilities and increased chances of success. Credits are a type of currency used at the Fantasy Rivals MMO market. Fantasy Rivals offers alternatives to premium options so all players have equal chances. Players can also use gold for Fantasy Rivals market transactions. To acquire credits players must win League matches or they can purchase them in exchange for real money. New heroes are bought from the market. The prices vary depending on hero quality: common, uncommon, rare and epic.

Mastering combat is one crucial Fantasy Rivals gameplay element. A match has 4 rounds. The winning condition is simple: the player that has more Life Points after these 4 rounds wins the match. In each round, one of your heroes will duel the opponent’s hero. Some heroes are good for offense and some are better for defense. Strategies vary from player to player. The only way to improve your skills is playing (and winning) Fantasy Rivals matches. The matchmaking system looks to pair up players with similar rating. Fantasy Rivals is one of the free browser games that have 2D graphics and a really nice art style. Numerous artists worked on Fantasy Rivals hero cards. Fantasy Rivals has support for mobile systems like iOS and Android.

By Rachel Rosen

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