The Stream Team: A first look at Elder Scrolls Legends

If you just can’t get enough Elder Scrolls goodness between the single player games and Elder Scrolls Online, you can dive into the new The Elder Scrolls Legends card game. Massively OP’s MJ is dipping her toes in for the very first time to check things out. Tune in live at 8:00 p.m. as OPTV‘s infamous Stream Team brings you a first look at…

What: The Elder Scrolls Legends
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 8:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

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donvweel

I have been playing this for a while. Game has a lot going for it. Can be very grindy getting the cards yoy want and there is no way to trade cards. Not as deep as Magic the Gathering but has the Elder Scrolls lore. Solo arena is not bad for progression, but takes a while. I would like to get the Clockwork City story line but I think it is priced high. I am into building a Dwemer deck and mostly there. I recomend playing this on tablet, I find it plays better on my iPad then PC surprisingly, this lets you loose the Bethusda launcher which is total crap.

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Darthbawl

From watching the stream: the lane and guard mechanics are interesting. Looks like only one resource type (Magicka?) and it is not buried in the deck and left to RNG to get them out. Also looks like creatures don’t heal up at the end of a turn/round. Also looks like you can directly send creatures at your opponent and bypass their creatures (unless a mechanic prevents it).

Graphically, game looks nice, voice work is superb and the sound effects/music are nice. Also a nice lightweight download as well.

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Joey Morrone

Yeah it is similar to Hearthstone as far as mechanics. But it has deeper gameplay with the colored decks, lanes, and rune system. I say it fits right in the middle of hearthstone and magic as far as depth. But is just as accessible as Hearthstone imo.

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Joey Morrone

I love this game. I think there is a great diversity in viable meta decks. Something Hearthstone lacks and the reason I stopped playing that game.

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donvweel

I thought Hearthstone was fun till I had to play real people. The presentation was great good starting game experience then very limited gameplay.

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