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Dive Into The World Of Soulbound

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**Soulbound is a physical card game. Any depictions of the game in a digital format are from Tabletop Simulator.**

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No Linear Combat

Unlike popular combat card game experiences, Soulbound introduces a new dynamic: ranged combat. This means that it really matters where you play units on the field, and that your field is more than just a line of units. Master the might of Melee units, the adaptability of Ranged units and the versatility of Support units in order to claim victory.

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Interactive Resource

Gone are the days of linear resource gain and having to generate resource from your deck. In Soulbound, players get to pre-construct a dedicated deck exclusively for resource that they can access once per turn. Players will have to manage their own resource curve while simultaneously trying to disrupt their opponent from doing the same. 

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Movement Matters

With the introduction of a ranged combat system, players will also have to master unit manipulation through movement. Many units will have the ability to move around the field to provide key offensive and defensive advantages. How you play and position your units is just as important as what they do, similar to games like Chess and the Fire Emblem Strategy RPG video game series.

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Affinities And Subclasses

Every unit in the game belongs to an Affinity and has a unique subclass ability. Affinities all have special combat interactions with another Affinity, while the subclass abilities allow players more strategic options to play the game. How you manage these interactions and abilities will play a large role in your success.

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A World That Makes Sense

All of the units in Soulbound are based off of traditional pop culture mythology. The majority of the units you will recognize, and what they do will just make sense. Playing cards should feel good and logical, like how a Grim Reaper with a scythe should be able to harvest the souls of many enemies.

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Play The Game Your Way

In Soulbound, you will find very few options for Take That tactics. Instead, you will find powerful, rewarding cards that allow you to play the game the way you want. The strategic options are endless and will satisfy players of every player style. Be assured that your super awesome combo won't be interrupted by your opponent, but will instead be matched by a super awesome combo of their own.

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