Most Detailed Beginner’s Strategy Guide of Mabinogi Duel
Mabinogi Duel is already gearing up to be the hottest “true trading” TCG on Android and iOS. From my latest article - Face-Off: Mabinogi Duel VS Hearthstone, nearly 65% readers vote for Mabinogi Duel. So it's the high time to bring the most detailed hints, tips and tricks for beginner of Mabinogi Duel. Here we go!
When starting, you’ll been given the choice between two free decks: Starter Pack Type A and Type B, each with 12 basic cards to get you started.
Both are perfectly acceptable at this point in the game, but if you ask my opinion, the cards in Type A are a little bit more powerful. They are more flexible in the heat of battle, so you have more options available to you and that’s always better than a deck that is less flexible.
Nevertheless, both decks will do the job nicely at first, and since you’ll outgrow most of these cards fairly quickly, it’s not an end-of-the-world decision. (Whatever you do, do not buy the other pack for 70 Gems in the shop when it offers it to you — this is way too expensive for a deck that is mostly common cards, and it’s money better spent on booster packs that contain much stronger and rarer cards.)
The contents of each Starter Pack are listed for you below so you can decide which one you’d rather use. Click the image to get a full-sized look at what’s inside each one!
● Which one you choose is ultimately up to you. ‘Type A’ features the Gold, Mana, and Dark Camps, while ‘Type B’ contains some Gold, Nature, and Light Camp cards.