B n’D card game
Start with rank C. Only the basic amount of cards available, but you can get more cards by defeating other card players in the gambling hole. Throw coins to decide who will play first and select a card deck (up to 3 card decks can be customized). Each player places 6 cards on the grid, and the one who has more control over the area by the end of the match (or when both players are unable to use the cards) wins.
The card has a bright green color that represents the area that can be occupied on the grid. Special cards like job cards are very useful cards with special additional effects. Character cards are even more special than job cards. These cards are permanent until overwritten by another character card.
Tip: To start the tutorial battle again, talk to the player in the bar in Savaron’s Gaming Hall. You can also check these rules in the travelogue of the tutorial menu.
Press X to view card details and R to view active permanent effects currently on the map.
How to win a’B n’D’ card game
There are several ways to claim territory on the grid.
Look at the green square on the selected card. If the green squares can be placed so that they overlap the enemy squares, playing the card will return the card to an empty state.
Tip: When a square containing a token indicating an extended effect is disabled, the effect is removed in addition to returning to the empty area of the square.
By enclosing the squares occupied by your opponent horizontally, vertically, or diagonally between you to own your opponent’s tiles. Use the sides to occupy a lot of space at once.
Tip: Neutralization negates flanking maneuvers. Neutralization always takes precedence when the neutralizing and side effects work on the same square.
Rule set settings
Once you’ve requested all the cards from your opponent, set rules when you play against that particular opponent so that you can specify the conditions of engagement the next time you play. You cannot request additional cards by defeating an opponent who has already requested all the cards.
Note: You can * can * defeat Shirley at Rank C early in the game, but save what you gave before trying. If you win, she will wipe the floor at your party if you are not ready.
Some rules, when used correctly, offer additional point bonuses, so it’s worth trying out additional challenges.
In addition, after graduating from Rank C to Rank B, card battles will begin to pre-create sensitive rule sets. These rule sets can be viewed by viewing them on the first B n D encounter screen (“Battle” screen) (press X to view the rules) before attempting a card battle with an NPC. This screen also includes information such as rank, overall win / loss / draw record, accumulated B n D points, and a summary of the win / loss / draw results for the selected NPC.