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Ambrose66
Ambrose66
Posts: 72

23 days ago
I really hate how building up nightmares: dreaming about a fire sermon is extremely difficult, as it is the rarest card in the game, only got this a few times last months and how easy you can lose it all, from level 2 to 0 with a bad choice in the nightmare world. There is no warning and it's not the result of bad luck, just a dump option.
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NotaWalrus
NotaWalrus
Posts: 462

23 days ago
It definitely doesn't take months to build up The Fire Sermon up to level two.

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amalgamate
amalgamate
Posts: 710

23 days ago
Level 0 to level 2 is just three cards, but Fire Sermon early cards do seem pretty rare.

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Ambrose66
Ambrose66
Posts: 72

22 days ago
NotaWalrus wrote:
It definitely doesn't take months to build up The Fire Sermon up to level two.


It did for me.
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Toran
Toran
Posts: 446

21 days ago
For what it's worth, your total cards will go down eventually (especially as your other dream qualities increase) and then you'll loathe seeing the Fire Sermon card as one you can't trim from your deck.

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fishandchips
fishandchips
Posts: 225

19 days ago
I always check the wiki first before clicking. Especially if quirks are increased/reduced, rewards are involved, or your choice determines an irreversible (or hard to reverse) outcome.

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Ambrose66
Ambrose66
Posts: 72

14 days ago
fishandchips wrote:
I always check the wiki first before clicking. Especially if quirks are increased/reduced, rewards are involved, or your choice determines an irreversible (or hard to reverse) outcome.


This takes away the surprise element. But I agree, it is necessary in this game. Still no dreams about fire.
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