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This thread is for comments about our Chess guide for One Night in Karazhan.

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On Heroic mode, you basically only have a chess board's worth of "pieces" (i.e. 8 Pawn cards, 2 Knight cards, 2 Rook Cards, 2 Bishop cards and one Queen Card; with you, the player, being the King), 15 cards total where your opponent still has a full deck worth of pieces.

Tight. Very tight, especially with that blackguard on the other side still cheating. Quite challenging to eke the most out of your pieces by shuffling them around and win. By far the most original 'alternative' battle they came up with.  

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This fight is no fight, this is just waiting until u have the perfect card-draw and the luck u need. However just bullshit. This is again a sensless and unfair game and like a the most heroic´s ist JUST YOU vs. the Carddraw, i hate that. You Need just time and luck and try again until the internal cardraw give u the right draw.

Come on? U have 15 Card? WTF? The Opponent has 30 Cards? And this hero-power? Are they kidding me? Just frustrating and time wasting. I dont know how this can be fun?

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5 hours ago, Ddevil said:

This is again a sensless and unfair game and like a the most heroic´s ist JUST YOU vs. the Carddraw, i hate that. You Need just time and luck and try again until the internal cardraw give u the right draw.

Come on? U have 15 Card? WTF? The Opponent has 30 Cards? And this hero-power? Are they kidding me? Just frustrating and time wasting. I dont know how this can be fun?

I disagree here. While it is draw dependent, it can be won with a not-so-good draw as well. You need to plan several turns ahead and expect what your opponent does, just like real chess.

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I beat him after 20-25 trys, but i still think thats one of the most worst and unfair Encounters. There is no sense behind that. And that Encounter makes realy no fun - it is still wait until u have enough 1minion and get the right Position and and and....  and come on.. hahah...there is defenatly no compare to real chess.... are u kidding me???

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