Magic: The Gathering - Puzzle Quest Tips and Tricks
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Magic: The Gathering - Puzzle Quest is the latest iteration of the popular matching game hybrid role-playing game, featuring familiar tenets of the Magic: The Gathering universe with familiar magic, mana, and even cards you might recall from the real-life collectible card game. If you're stuck and needing a little pick-me-up so you can get further the next time you decide to play, try out some of these tips and tricks to propel yourself further.
Make sure you're completing all of the extra campaign objectives.
When you complete each level of the story campaign, you'll find there are two more objectives for you to finish off. They might require you to finish a fight without using so many turns or taking minimal damage, or something of that nature. Conquer these objectives to get more mana crystals and experience tokens. It's hard to do some of these things, but in the end you'll find that you benefit greatly from doing so. This way you can save up precious resources in order to spend them when you're ready to make use of those mana crystals.
Keep your support cards close to you.
When it comes to placing support cards, you've got to remain extremely strategic. Make sure you protect them by shifting other elements. Don't give your opponent a simple way to get to you by placing your support cards in a chain-like combination. You want your opponent to end up burning out trying to get rid of the support card, not trying to get combos off of you because you've placed it just so for them.
Don't be afraid to experiment.
There are tons of different combinations to work with in the game, so don't get hung up on the same cards and elements over and over. There are plenty of cards for you to form different strategies with over and over. It's in your best interest to create a deck that can accommodate every type of opponent you come up against. Keeping things varied is always a good idea, and you should keep that philosophy alive here.