Rogue Adventure is a roguelike deckbuilding game that can be played on both iOS and Android devices. It’s a lot like other roguelike deck builders, such as Slay the Spire or Roguebook, and it uses a lot of the same concepts. Things will fall into place easily if you’ve played any of those games before.
In these types of games, there’s a lot to take in, and you rarely win simply by playing good cards at the correct time. So, we’ve put together this detailed guide and tips article to help new players ease into the complexities of Rogue Adventure. Build a powerful deck and crush your enemies.
Rogue Adventure Tips and Tricks
1. Counter enemy attacks using Intents
While understanding your enemy is usually a good idea in any game, in Rogue Adventure, enemy intents are used to indicate exactly what an enemy is planning to do. This means you’ll usually always be able to come up with a strategy to counter anything the game throws at you.
Mastering the game requires the ability to read intents. These are located above the portrait of their respective enemy, so you’ll know who’s preparing what.
- The sword’s icon is seen above the butterfly’s head. This indicates that the enemy will attack. The number represents the amount of damage that the attack will cause.
- Above the cocoon’s head is the shield icon. This indicates that it will gain a shield on its next turn.
- The purple swirl above the electric moray’s head indicates that during its turn, the enemy will apply a debuff to you. The number next to the debuff icons represents how many turns the debuff will persist.
- The red star intent of the Goblin King indicates that it will use its turn to summon more monsters to the field. Summoner-type foes can quickly spiral out of control, so make a plan to explode them or chip away at them with status ailments before things spiral out of control.
- The clock indicator on top of the black sea snake indicates that it will do nothing throughout its turn.
2. Understand Keywords
On cards, keywords are written in yellow lettering. Because the game constantly offers one of three cards at the end of each match, you can get a little lost at first. Keywords can affect status effects, buffs, and debuffs, as well as how cards function. On a side note, you can touch on a card’s portrait to see its effects before adding it to your deck. Some of the keywords are mentioned here
- Armored: Armored is a status effect. Your shield is not reset to 0 at the start of your turn if you have armored.
- Blind: You cannot see enemy intent while blinded.
- Block: It is a single-target status effect that can only be applied to the player. Your battle cards have no effect while blocked, but they still cost mana.
- Burn: Burned characters take damage equal to their burn stacks at the end of their turn, and their burn stacks are reduced by one.
3. How to add more cards?
Adding cards to your deck is the first and most obvious way to improve it. You’ll be handed three cards to put in your deck at the end of each fight. These cards come in a variety of rarities (bronze for common, silver for uncommon, and gold for rare). However, silvers come from elite fights and golds from boss fights. It is also advised that you obtain the Torch skill from the merchant as soon as possible. It raises the prize pool to four cards, which can make a big difference.
For the time being, that is all we have to say. Keep checking back for more information. You can download Rogue Adventure from here for Android.
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