As you are victorious against computer opponents and other real-life players, your cards stats increase.
Game rules can also be toggled.
In these situations, a player may appear to be losing, when in fact he may be arranging his arrows in a way where he can reclaim all of his captured cards.As with any game, there is a reward for the victor.All cards must be built up to a battle class of "A".This means in a three-player game, the first player will take a card that ended the game in their color from both other players, and the runner-up will take a card that ended as their color from the loser.These cards are useful because they are less likely to be involved in combo moves, and may hold immunity of cards wedged in a corner.The game rules are the same with a few modifications so that it can be adequately used on paper.
Each player has five cards, neither knowing the other player's hand.
In the scenario above, even Card B, with low stats, was able to defeat Card.
The minigame in, final Fantasy IX was originally called "Quad Mist" in Japanese versions, with its name written in English text in the center of the board.
This is best exemplified when we look at who won the mega jackpot the Zidane card at the bottom right of the screenshot.
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Receiving a higher attack power within limits per card, an X type (if attack type is currently P or M an A attack type (if attack type is currently X one higher physical defense within limits per card, or one higher magical defense within limits.The card type (Physical, Magical, Exploit, Assault) cannot change on a card, and are listed on a card has P, M, X, and A respectively.The card with the highest stat in the battle has the highest chance of winning, however an element of randomness is used to make the result not guaranteed.Say, 71 A random number is chosen between 0 and the defense value chosen for the defending card (23).Blocks (causes a random effect to your cards; usually powers them up or down).When a card is defeated and captured in a battle, any enemy cards pointed at by the arrows of the defeated card are also captured.