Begebt Euch mit diesem fantastischen Online-Strategie-Kartenspiel ins legendäre Universum von Might & Magic. Wählt aus annähernd 770 Karten einen Helden, stellt für ihn eine Armee aus Kreaturen, Zaubern, Bauwerken und Schicksalen zusammen und besiegt schlaue Gegner in Schlachten von epischen Ausmaßen.
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Veröffentlichung: 7. Nov. 2013

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2. Oktober 2015

Feature Spotlight: Draft Mode



Champions!

The new Draft mode is just around the corner, as we approach the new version release we will take a look at the new tournament mode.

In this mode players are able to build a deck of 45 cards from a limited set of cards, from Base Set 2 to Time of Renewal. Once a player has built their deck they can face off against other Draft players to compete for rewards.

Just like with the Jackpot and Swiss tournaments, the Draft will be available once unlocked at the Squire rank. Entry costs 1 tournament ticket.



From the tournament screen you can see your Draft Mode progress, as well as rewards available, we’ll talk about rewards later in the article.



Deck Building

Upon entering the Draft Tournament, you must build a deck. Your first pick will be the hero, this will dictate what cards you will find in your future picks.



After picking your hero, you will be presented with the pools of cards that will build up your deck. In addition to your active pick row, you receive a preview of upcoming picks, use these previews to plan your picks and make your decisions.

To help you with your decisions, we display various stats for the cards picked so far.



With your final pick you will be move to the next phase of deck building. At this point you will have 50 cards, a valid Drafting deck requires 45 cards; 40 Normal cards, 4 Event cards, and 1 Hero card, leaving 5 for your sideboard. Between your matches you can tweak your deck, swapping out cards for those in your sideboard. When you’re happy, confirm your deck and battle other Draft players!



The Draft

Matches in Draft mode progress just like normal games, there is no time limit. For each game you will receive the usual XP and Gold you would expect in a Quick Game.



Between games you will find the lobby, you can see the current progress of your Draft tournament, your current rewards as well as apply XP and Gold boosts for your next match. You can even tweak your deck from this screen. At any point while in the lobby you can take a break from playing in Draft mode to compete in other game modes. Returning to your Draft tournament from the Tournament screen.

After achieving 10 victories in Draft mode you will complete your tournament. The tournament ends early if you lose 3 times. Any rewards earned will be given, and if you unlocked the Buyout you will be given the option to buy cards from your pool.



Rewards

Every tournament has rewards and prizes, Draft mode is no different.

In Draft mode, the better you do the greater the prizes. After two wins you will unlock the Buyout option for your card pool.



As well as the Buyout option you will receive a sizeable gold payout on top of those earned in the games.

Your final rewards for competing increase with the more victories you achieve. Prizes range from Base Set 2 packs to Time of Renewal Super packs, and a barrel of gold!



We look forward to playing with you in the new Draft Mode when it arrives. Soon we will announce, when the new version will be available. Stay tuned for further information!

Your MMDoC Team

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Das Entwicklerteam von Might & Magic: Duel of Champions präsentiert voller Stolz: "Zeit der Erneuerung", eine neue Erweiterung mit zusätzlichen Karten, Features und Fixes!

Beinhaltet 170 karten

24 neue Karten und 146 angepasste Karten. Zusätzlich zum Kartenpaket kommen ein paar Anpassungen von Karten, welche nicht zum Set gehören, neue Leistungen, Animationen und Effekte sowie Verbesserungen an der Client-Stabilität.

Neue Features

Zusätzliche neue Kartenrücken-Designs:
  • Zuflucht Design
  • Inferno Design
  • Nekropolis Design
  • Sanktuarium Design
  • Akademie Design
  • Bastion Design
  • Neutral Design

Neue Karten:

  • AKADEMIE
    • Geladener Golem
    • Manasturm-Titan
    • Kraftstrahl-Titan
    • Roter Zauberer
  • ZUFLUCHT
    • Greif Hauptmann
    • Heiliger Falken-Priester
    • Falken-Prätorianer
    • Blinder Justikar
  • INFERNO
    • Schattenlilim
    • Schatten-Brüterin
    • Abyssische Lilim
    • Erzeuger-Brüterin
  • NEKROPOLIS
    • Skelett-Meister
    • Nekromanten-Verstärker
    • Sekret-Spinnerin
    • Sekret-Weberin
  • SANKTUARIUM
    • Ushio Naga
    • Shinobi-Dieb
    • Shinobi-Gunshi
    • Shinobi-Flüsterer
  • BASTION
    • Sahaar-Schütze
    • Harpyien-Schamanin
    • Knochen-Vorfahr
    • Zürnender Sahaar-Häuptling

Außerdem haben wir bisher existierende Karten aus dem Spiel neu angeglichen. Die vollständigen Änderungen könnt ihr hier finden.

Über dieses Spiel

Begebt Euch mit diesem fantastischen Online-Strategie-Kartenspiel ins legendäre Universum von Might & Magic. Wählt aus annähernd 770 Karten einen Helden, stellt für ihn eine Armee aus Kreaturen, Zaubern, Bauwerken und Schicksalen zusammen und besiegt schlaue Gegner in Schlachten von epischen Ausmaßen.


DETAILLIERTES FANTASY-UNIVERSUM

Erlebt die bewährten Fraktionen des Might & Magic-Universums in einem völlig neuen Format. Entdeckt eine Vielfalt wunderschön illustrierter Spielkarten mit allen wohlbekannten Charakteren, Zaubern und Helden aus der Might & Magic-Spielreihe.


WERDET EIN MEISTER

Spielziel: 
• Besiegt den Helden Eures Gegners, indem Ihr Kreaturen ausspielt, Zauber wirkt und Euch Bauwerke, Schicksale und Ereignisse zunutze macht. 

Wählt eine Fraktion: 
• Es gibt 6 verschiedene Fraktionen mit jeweils eigener Geschichte und eigenem Spielstil: Zuflucht, Inferno, Nekropolis, Bastion, Sanktuarium und Akademie. Entdeckt sie alle und meistert ihre Strategien.

Wählt Euren Helden:
• Ihr könnt aus über 46 Helden wählen. Der von Euch auserkorene Held bestimmt, aus welcher Fraktion Ihr Eure Einheiten rekrutiert, Eure Anfangsstufen und Eure Lebenspunkte. Jeder Held hat außerdem Zugang zu bestimmten Magieschulen. 

Stellt Eure Armee für die Schlacht zusammen: 
• Mit dem Stapel-Editor stellt Ihr neue Stapel zusammen und verwaltet sie: Die Möglichkeiten sind unbegrenzt, und Ihr könnt so viele Stapel zusammenstellen, wie Ihr wollt. Ein Stapel besteht aus 1 Heldenkarte, 8 Ereigniskarten sowie einer Mischung aus 50 bis 200 Kreaturen-, Zauber- und Schicksalskarten.

Meistert das Schlachtfeld: 
• Zieht mit Eurem Stapel in die Schlacht! Das Schlachtfeld bietet 16 Positionen, um Karten auszuspielen und zu versetzen, was viele verschiedene Herangehensweisen und strategischen Tiefgang ermöglicht.

Wählt zwischen verschiedenen Spielmodi: 
• Tretet online gegen zahlreiche Gegner in Ranglisten- oder Übungsduellen 1 gegen 1 an. Nehmt an täglich stattfindenden Turnieren teil oder richtet Euer eigenes aus. Gewinnt Belohnungen und vollbringt Leistungen, während Ihr in den Ranglisten aufsteigt.


KNÜPFT KONTAKTE UND SPIELT ONLINE

• Chattet beim Spielen mit Freunden und Gegnern und besucht die offiziellen Foren, um mit der DoC-Community in Verbindung zu bleiben.
• Verfolgt Duel of Champions auf Facebook, Twitter, YouTube und Twitch und informiert Euch über aktuelle Neuigkeiten und Updates.
• Fordert Eure Freunde direkt heraus oder lasst Euch vom Matchmaking-System einen würdigen Gegner suchen.
• Nehmt an verschiedenen Online-Turnieren und Ranglisten teil.


VERGRÖSSERT EURE SAMMLUNG

• Spielt und steigert Eure Stufe, um Belohnungen zu gewinnen wie Karten, Stapel, Boosts, Spielwährung, Turniertickets und Jokerkarten.
• Holt Euch umsonst exklusive Karten, indem Ihr Leistungen vollbringt und Turniere gewinnt.
• Besucht Emilios Shop und nutzt Sonderangebote aus, um Eure Kartensammlung zu vergrößern.


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Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP SP3
    • Prozessor: 2 GHz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: 256 VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Netzwerk: Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Speicherplatz: 300 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
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189 von 199 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
10 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
251.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Oktober 2015
One of the best Digital Collectible Card Games out there... until Ubisoft let it fall into the dreaded hands of the endlessly incompetent Blue Byte. After almost a YEAR with absolutely no support (including ignoring GAME-BREAKING bugs that any COMPETENT developer would fix in DAYS at most), they finally release the long-overdue draft mode.... together with an announcement that they wouldn't be developing any more content for the game, so it's basically dead (oh, but of course they're leaving the servers up so suckers can still buy cards with real money, because THAT doesn't take any effort). Hey, Blue Byte? YOU NEVER DEVELOPED ANY CONTENT FOR THE GAME AT ALL! Oh and just to add insult to injury, this last patch broke the blasted game, introducing more game-breaking bugs and crashes than they managed to fix! The uselessness on display is simply JAW-DROPPING! They took the game and KILLED it because they simply didn't care. A heinous display of incompetence by an utterly worthless developer squandered a potentially fantastic game. Damn you to hell, Blue Byte. Damn you to hell.
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67 von 72 Personen (93%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
83.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Oktober 2015
I've been playing this game for less than a week, but I gotta say, it's probably the most fun I've had playing a card game in years. Now, granted, I haven't tried Hearthstone or Shadow Era or any of the other online card games that seem to be popular, but I used to play a ton of Magic: the Gathering and have watched a lot of friends play Hearthstone. Honestly? This game has just as much strategic depth as MTG, if not more, and both MTG and Duel of Champions blow Hearthstone out of the water if you like complexity in games like I do. The one thing that MTG has going for it though is that it's been out far longer and there are way more cards to play around with and collect (though there's no shortage of cards in DOC either). With a little more investment from its developers in terms of expanding the content and team, I can definitely see this game becoming one of the best/most popular card games around.

EDIT 10/12/15: Welp, they've just announced that they'll no longer be supporting this game with updates. Honestly, screw Ubisoft. They've proven that they have no idea what they're doing, and can't handle games that have potential, especially with how HOMM 7 turned out on release. Still holding out hope that eventually they'll turn it around with expansions, but definitely not gonna waste my money on it for now. Tl;dr: don't buy anything related to Ubisoft ever. Wait until it's in the bargain bin if you must.
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56 von 59 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
10 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
475.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Oktober 2015
Don't bother. The devs have abandonned the game, but not before releasing a final patch that broke just about everything.

The game now crashes more than my cat driving my car.

Sad end for a game that could've trumped Heartstone anyday if Ubisoft bothered enough to give it a dedicated team instead of leaving the commands to a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ group of nobodies that didn't care.

Otherwise, best CCG when it works. Artwork is quality too.
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45 von 49 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
657.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Oktober 2015
I have played this game since the early days, having 1500 hours more or less between the standalone client and the Steam client.

This game has been completely ruined by greed Ubisoft and the lack of effort by developers to maintain a decent game, with poor design of monetization.
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9 von 9 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
172.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Januar
MMDoC is a digital Card Collection Game (CCG) with cards belonging to six different factions, each having their unique heroes, crreatures, fortunes and buildings. Each hero can use spells from 1/2/3 schools out of a total of 7. There are also 8 event cards in play from both sides. A duel is a fight to death between two heroes, each having 18/20 Hit Points. Each card uses resources. Spells, creatures, buildings, events and heroes have synergies. One good combo can change a 25 turn long game. Nearly every game for the first 100 games teaches you something if you are experimenting. Just imagine. All this, for free. Paying money only to get in game currency that buys premium packs, or buying premium packs as-is. The best CCG concept, with the most balanced and innovative F2P model.

Only I have any clue how painful it is to mark a thumbs down on this game; because, this is was hands down the BEST digital CCG ever. Don't get me wrong, it still uses essentially the same game mechanics - easy to learn, complex to use and difficult to master - that made loyal users and fans of a lot of players. But just when everyone thought "Hey, Ubi isn't ****ing this up!", they did exactly that. And after botching it up, instead of fixing it, passed this game to a third-grade dev that goes by the name "BlueByte". Seriously, I don't say this lightly, but ROT IN HELL BlueByte. You sucked the life out of my beloved game. If you didn't want to manage the game, why acquire it?

In 2013 to early 2014 this was a lively game, with a great community, good CMs and responsive devs, regular tourneys. 1000+ concurrent players. Weekly, and by winning touneys, it was possible to earn a healthy amount of both, coins (for buying stuff) and seals (for premium packs - basically, packs with better chances of better cards and 2 wildcards). Alas, I came in JUST as that party was about to end. When I joined, UBI had "overhauled" the economy and made it impossible to earn seals (except for a couple of one time achievements). They also made the older decks restricted to "Open" format, so for the standard mode (used in tourneys) people had to start anew. Thus, player numbers were falling. And still, without putting in any cash, I was having fun playing both, ranked and unranked. It was so much fun making strategies, multiple decks, tactics and gimmicks to surprise the opponents, making knockout move combos. It had a few bugs and the guide was old and unintuitive so I even collaborated on a huge guide. That was how much I was into it AFTER the economy got restrictive.

But then, for a long time, Ubi didn't fix known bugs. No innovation, no balancing, no new cards, no interesting announcements. As people got used to it, a few decks came out too OP and the meta-game stagnated at all levels. Still, for a newbie like me, it was all fun and games. Then they released a new pack and more stackable units and cards that made stackable viable, which was enough for me to tinker but not higher level play. Basically, people wanted Draft mode and the devs were silent. Then one fine day, the dev changed from Ubi to BlueByte. BB wreaked havoc with the community. Absent CMs, no updates, just weekly epic cards in the infernal pit that only got more and more laughable each week, followed by mindless, childish, puzzles posted via facebook regularly only angered the playerbase more. Then BB released a couple new series, but about 80% cards were recycled from the older sets, bringing into the standard game the older, unusable cards. Of course, ♥♥♥♥ hit the fan as veterans with fine tuned OP decks with 10 epics gathering dust since an year and a half grabbed the matchmaking, and balance issues were everywhere. On top of that, when the draft mode was finally released, there were more bugs than players could possibly "adjust" to. Most of them giving the opponent an insta-win.

Soon, an announcement followed, that basically said "We're closing down all dev work on this game, you can still give us your money if you want by buying stuff in the game shop but we're officially killing the game from our side. So as long as you suckers want to play, you can, but we don't care." And that was it. An amazing CCG killed by stupid, lazy devs and utter greed, mismanagement and abandonment of a AAA developer like Ubi. I really loved this game and like many others, I've spent hours in game and in my mind thinking up good decks. Alas, the game is no more now that even the resilient guys (like me) have also started to uninstall it and play other games.
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