Game Intro: Rage of Bahamut

Posted Aug 17, 2012 at 2:44 pm in Threads > Games

I installed this game about two months ago, and as a result have had to purchase a couple of extra chargers. I now have one at home next to the couch, and another on my desk at work. That should give you an indication of how addictive this game is.

The premise is pretty simple:

Do quests to gain cards and experience.
Use those cards to build decks.
Use the decks you create to battle other players.

The execution of the premise however is anything up simple. There are many different ways to evolve or enhance the cards that you gain, and just as many skills the cards can have. Anything from a minor boost to a certain cards attack, to a massive hit to all of your opponents attacks can be granted. This leaves you with a very complex game that is deceptively simple to play.

One of the best things about the game is the fact that the developers run Holy Wars (More on them later) and other special events every couple of weeks. This does a lot to break up the monotony of questing over and over again.

Holy Wars are run every month or so and pit Player created and run Orders against each other in full on Player vs Player battles. Each war lasts a weekend and rewards high ranking players and orders with more powerful cards and items.

Special events last a lot longer and are designed more for individual players to go through on their own. Generally it is another set of quests with a story line linking them together, punctuated by Boss battles as you move through. In some of the past events players have been tasked with killing dragons, and climbing a tower to the moon.

The game can be pretty time intensive, but it also lets you jump in and play for short periods if you so desire.

If you want to give it a shot use my referral code to give both of us a bonus!
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  • Taylor Wimberly

    Looks like Magic the Gathering card game I played as a kid. I just saw this was the #1 grossing title on Google Play the other day, but I don’t know if I have the free time to really get into it.

    • Jason Toering

      It’s similar but you only have 5 cards to your deck and battle is instantaneous.

  • kazahani

    I play this game obsessively. It’s really fun, but I cany

    • kazahani

      Ok that should say:

      I play this game obsessively, but I can’t understand why they charge so dumb much for an in app purchase! It’s $3 for ONE CARD. Or $16 for six cards… Simply ridiculous. A pack of 12 cards in a REAL TCG only costs $5 to $7.

      • Jason Toering

        I completely agree with you. If the cards were priced more like they are in the real world I would be much more inclined to invest my money into it.