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Faeria Review

By BwwDtt | 30 May 2020
Average: 10 (1 vote)

Faeria is an online RPG strategy with elements of tactics and collectable card games.

  • Unique combinations of RPG and TCG games
  • Immersive combat mechanics
  • Diverse game modes
  • Advanced battle AI

Faeria Gameplay

Faeria is an online RPG strategy with elements of tactics and TCG mechanics. The players are placed on hexagonal fields, and battles take place in turn-based mode. You will need to be engaged in the extraction of gold and mana, as well as acquire buildings and units to surpass other players and become the most skilled player.

Faeria is much like the mechanics of Magic: the Gathering. Heroes' spheres are located at both ends of the gaming table, and there are also spells and creatures summoned for mana points; the primary goal of the match is to deal twenty units of damage to the opponent. On the other hand, there are also many differences. The hexagonal map is surrounded by water, and both players must create lands every turn to summon creatures. No cards required for this action and the magic ball contains all the tools. At one time you can draw two neutral earth hexagons, a steppe, or one of the four coloured hexagons, desert, forest, mountains, or lake.

The second significant difference between this game and other digital TCGs does not attract the attention of players but radically changes the gameplay. The energy (it's called Faeria) doesn't burn at the end of the turn and doesn't increase by itself. At the beginning of the round, speller gets three mana points and one for each character (four on the map, two on each side). You can make several moves without betting anything, so you can then play a powerful card. It opens up opportunities for the use of combat combinations.

The mana curve is very different from other classic TCGs. Almost any card you can play on the second or third turn, but without a well-thought-out economic strategy in the middle of the game, you can remain without cards. Besides, in Faeria you will need harvesters. These characters are not involved in the battle because they collect additional energy and sometimes have useful passive abilities. Of course, you can put any creature at the well, but when you create a well, it's better to separate responsibilities.

One of the critical points can be called the fields. In the game, they are not divided into zones, as in many other projects. They are marked by players who gradually fill the cells and expand their territory with the formation of the right area. Static elements on the field can include player areas and places with a resource to use maps; their loss can lead to defeat. Thus it turns out that each new battlefield is formed during the game and is unique.

There are over 100 hours of single and joint missions and puzzles waiting for you. In this game, you will pass a variety of tests that will bring you unique awards. Faeria allows players to fight against other players or challenge the artificial intelligence of the game to test their skills.

There's also 'Pandora', a unique Faeria Booster selection mode in which you'll be able to apply all your deck-building skills. You can play against the computer or fight against another player, earn rewards based on your success, expand your collection or enjoy the game.

Faeria System Requirements

Minimum Requirements

  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics Card: OpenGL 3.3 or DX10 compatible, 2GB+
  • CPU: 2.2GHz Dual Core
  • File Size: 2 GB
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1+