Elements is a complete free
new fantasy card game online. You control the creatures of different elements,
design your winning deck, cast powerful spells, to duel the foe on the deck. It
has smooth gameplay based on Flash technology and you can also have PvP in
Elements. This is a collection of some helpful tips of Elements for those who
wish to start their way in Elements' world.
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Advice from Players
From the elements.wikia.com
- Don't play with the original deck. When you've just started
the game, don't play with the original deck. Try to sell the cards that don't
fit in with your deck, and buy cards that are according to the elements you want
in your deck. For example, if your element is poison, sell cards that are
non-poison and buy new poisons cards with the coins that you get from selling.
(On the other hand, I regretted selling too many early cards: I needed to buy
them back later after I found out they were actually useful ... especially
Dragons, which are expensive.)
- Reduce your deck size to 30 cards! By far the cheapest way
to improve your deck is to take the less-effective junk out (costs you
nothing!). By reducing your deck to 30, you increase the chances of drawing
cards you want. Small decks are less vulnerable to randomness, and perform far
more smoothly than a bloated many-colored deck.
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- Don't sweat about 'choosing the wrong Mark.' Almost every
color can field a simple (zero upgraded cards) mono-color deck that can crush
Level 3. Most colors can field a simple deck that can take on the AI-top50s,
once you learn how to exploit your opponent's foolish AI.
- Your deck doesn't have to be complicated to win. Lots of
pillars, enough dangerous creatures, and some decent defense/control is all you
need. For example, the deck of "18 aether pillars, 6 phase dragons, 6
dimensional shields" gets a lot of flak as a mind-numbingly boring grind vs the
- Your electrum reward depends on your final health. If you
win a match with a higher health, you get more coins as a reward. If you finish
with only 1 health, you get only half the listed reward. If you finish with 100
HP (full health), you get the "Elemental Master bonus" -- twice the amount of
electrum and twice the score improvement in rankings. So I started out with a
life (green) deck, and since low levels are relatively easy to beat, I could
beat them and heal all the damage they inflicted, and got masterys (winning the
game with 100HP). However, mono-life deck is a bit outdated when it comes to
higher levels/PVP, so keep that in mind.
- Be willing to try something new. When you start out go
through your deck and remove the cards you don't like. Single color decks are
easier to play than multiple colors so start with that. As you win matches you
will gain coins and even some new cards. Look at what you have, get different
cards from the bazaar if you need, and put together your own favorite deck.
Remember that you can play AI 1 and 2 whenever you want so test new decks on
easier opponents to see how they draw. Move to AI 3 when you're comfortable and
keep tweaking it until it's the next great deck that everyone wants to steal.
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