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  • Limited deck space - an idea

    The new cards and combos are great. However, having 30 new cards emphasizes the problem with deck space being limited to 200 cards (or 250 on GK level 9). I already have more than 250 unique cards, so some of them are destined to sit in the vault in their sad tier-1, level-1 form. I believe that that's not the purpose of new cards.

    I know that several people asked for the deck space to be increased or for an option to send cards back to vault. I have a different idea (and I don't know if it has already been proposed or not).

    Add a new button similar to the Lock button. The new button would Disable/Enable cards in the deck. Disabled cards will stay in the deck but will not count towards the deck size limit. The player would not be allowed to play the card until it is enabled again, for which the player might need to disable another card to make sure that the limit is not exceeded. In my opinion, implementing this feature should not be harder than the Lock feature that is already in the game.

    Thoughts?

  • #2
    I will bring up 2 things with the team.

    1. Can we increase deck space? (that can cause loading issues).

    2. Can we get a feature to put cards back into your vault?



    option 1 is a quick fix, but could be an issue.

    option 2 is much more ideal but would require time to build.

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    • #3
      Alright, so you don't like my idea? Anyway, any means of circulating more cards through the deck would be welcome. Thanks.

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      • #4
        if can we vote it then my vote is to put carda back.

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        • #5
          I would suggest increase the deck space to 300 now and you can continue working on a fix to move cards back to your vault. Because right now, for guys who don't have gk its really difficult to enhance without feeding our old t4 cards. I hope you increase deck space as so many cards are being released

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          • #6
            the problem with increasing the deck space is that uses a lot of ram, and could make the game to crash, so i prefer the "back to vault" button, and a way to sort the cards in the vault would be nice too.

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            • #7
              I actually think your idea is clever, but we have to think of what systems are already implemented. If we can use a portion of an already existing system it would speed up the development of the new feature.

              Plus "disabling" and "enabling" the cards doesn't change the size of data. It would just change whether or not the code was active. The goal is to keep the size of the game and load times down while creating a better experience.

              I have confirmation from Dash that we will be bring this to the game team tonight. ETA on update = soon.

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              • #8
                Being able to dump cards to vault would be a great idea, but would like to add onto it. Can the cards that have been evolved be "highlighted" in the vault? Perhaps even stored in the beginning of the vault?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Kabam_sp4zrocker View Post
                  I actually think your idea is clever, but we have to think of what systems are already implemented. If we can use a portion of an already existing system it would speed up the development of the new feature.

                  Plus "disabling" and "enabling" the cards doesn't change the size of data. It would just change whether or not the code was active. The goal is to keep the size of the game and load times down while creating a better experience.

                  I have confirmation from Dash that we will be bring this to the game team tonight. ETA on update = soon.
                  OK, it didn't occur to me that removing the limit could hurt the performance that badly, but of course I don't know how the game is implemented so I take your word for it. As I wrote earlier, any improvement would be welcome, so thanks for bringing this up with the game team.

                  Of course, having less cards in the deck because I could transfer them back to the vault would mean better navigation through the cards, but it would also mean that the vault would be even harder to operate, since there is no sorting or filters.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by LordCronus View Post
                    Being able to dump cards to vault would be a great idea, but would like to add onto it. Can the cards that have been evolved be "highlighted" in the vault? Perhaps even stored in the beginning of the vault?
                    That's a totally different discussion. Vault is awesome addition to this game but it lacks some basic functionality. Such as selling cards directly from vault, card sorting and filtering.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Kabam_sp4zrocker View Post
                      I will bring up 2 things with the team.

                      1. Can we increase deck space? (that can cause loading issues).

                      2. Can we get a feature to put cards back into your vault?



                      option 1 is a quick fix, but could be an issue.

                      option 2 is much more ideal but would require time to build.
                      yes option 2 is better i think even if it takes time to build

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                      • #12
                        We are going to proceed with option 1 (increase deck size) while Option 2 (send cards to the vault) is put through the pipeline. Option 2 is being considered by the game team and they are looking into ways to effectively implement this system.

                        We are going to increase the deck size soon AND we are working on a feature to send cards back to the vault.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Kabam_sp4zrocker View Post
                          We are going to proceed with option 1 (increase deck size) while Option 2 (send cards to the vault) is put through the pipeline. Option 2 is being considered by the game team and they are looking into ways to effectively implement this system.

                          We are going to increase the deck size soon AND we are working on a feature to send cards back to the vault.
                          We don't want to new bugs in game. Please don't anything. U should do fix cheaters problem before new things.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Kabam_sp4zrocker View Post
                            We are going to proceed with option 1 (increase deck size) while Option 2 (send cards to the vault) is put through the pipeline. Option 2 is being considered by the game team and they are looking into ways to effectively implement this system.

                            We are going to increase the deck size soon AND we are working on a feature to send cards back to the vault.
                            thanks sp4z!!!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Kabam_sp4zrocker View Post
                              We are going to proceed with option 1 (increase deck size) while Option 2 (send cards to the vault) is put through the pipeline. Option 2 is being considered by the game team and they are looking into ways to effectively implement this system.

                              We are going to increase the deck size soon AND we are working on a feature to send cards back to the vault.
                              very nice sp4az , i hope the deck increase will not make a delay when opening the cards

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