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Коды (cheats) к игре Heart of Crown

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Beginners Guide:
Written by Gray Embrace

A guide to some strategy fundamentals in Heart of Crown.

So you want to help your waifu become queen? Great, this guide will attempt
to teach you some of the general concepts to help you succeed at Heart of
Crown. Before we start, I'll assume that you have completed the in-game
tutorial and maybe played a few games.

At its core, Heart of Crown is a race to 20/30 Succession Points. Consider
a game of Heart of Crown without a supply deck. The fastest way to reach 20
Succession Points in this game would be to only buy Cities until you reach
6 coins. After that, only buy the most expensive Succession cards. Once you
have 20 Succession Points in your deck, start putting them in your domain.
If you follow this strategy with pretty much any princess you'll win in 17
or 18 turns, though Lulusaika and Laolily are slightly faster. This is the
Rush strategy, and since this doesn't use any cards from the supply deck,
you can use this strategy in any game.

Any strategy involving the supply deck must be able to beat the Rush strategy,
otherwise it is not viable.

-=Advanced Strategy: Looking Ahead=-
Because of how your deck grows over the course of the game, a strategy in
Heart of Crown is defined by what you want your deck to look like. The Rush
strategy wants money in the Backing Phase and Succession Points in the
Succession Phase and tries to get it in the simplest way possible. Making
a strategy starts even before the first turn by looking at the supply set
you'll be using. I recommend playing single player games with various
premade sets to help come up with strategies.

When looking at a supply set, you want to have an idea of what cards to
aim for, which princess you should back, and how you should back them.
As an example, the Beginner supply set is very good for building a card
cycling engine, or a deck that aims to draw as much of itself as possible
each turn. You can use Post Horse + Trading Ship to keep the cards flowing,
City Development to improve your buying power each cycle, and Wishing Well/
Alchemist to filter out Apprentice Maids. Ideally you'd like to back
Bergamotte in order to reuse key actions, and back her with 1-2 Cities in
order to keep actions like Post Horse/Trading Ship. A Beginner set cycling
strategy can win a single player game in 15-16 turns, which will beat Rush
a majority of the time.

-=Adapting to Change=-
Of course, in a game with strong players, everyone will know that cycling
is strong on the Beginner set and will try to use that strategy if possible.
Your opponents might buy certain cards before you are able to, or important
cards will not be available to everyone simply due to luck of the draw.
It is therefore also important to adapt your game plan as the game goes on.

A common situation in a high-level Beginner set game is that someone will
beat you to backing Bergamotte when you're trying to make a cycling deck.
What then? I'm a fan of using Klam Klam as a backup strategy and changing
my focus to Large Cities and Imperial Capital/Crown if it's available.
You can also do things like buying Infantry Batallion and Battering Ram
to try and delay the Bergamotte player from completing their engine. Or
you can simply fall back on a Rush strategy and hope the Bergamotte player
gets unlucky. There are many strategies you can try when things don't go
your way. Having to plan and adapt to strategies is what makes Heart of
Crown an interesting game.

There is a lot of Heart of Crown strategy that I haven't covered, but
knowing how to make a good plan and how to change it on the fly should
help you at least beat the AI. Good luck in your quest for succession!

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