The Elder Scrolls: Legends™ is a new strategy card game based on the world and lore of the award-winning Elder Scrolls series. Play for hours or minutes across many game modes that are easy to learn but challenging to master.
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Release Date: May 31, 2017

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July 26

Game Update 1.66: Patch Notes



Card Changes

  • Alduin – Card art improved and VFX attached.
  • Bandit Ringleader – Text changed to “Summon: Other friendly creatures in this lane gain “Pilfer: Draw a card” this turn.
  • Barbas - Creature type changed from Beast to Daedra.
  • Breton Conjurer – Text changed to “When Breton Conjurer's Ward is broken, summon a 5/5 Frost Atronach with Guard.”
  • Daggerfall Mage – Text changed to “When Daggerfall Mage's Ward is broken, put a Tome of Alteration into your hand.”
  • Ghost Sea Lookout - Creature type changed from Nord to Breton.
  • Icewing Dragon – Now uses ice-flavored shackle effects.
  • Iliac Sorcerer – Text changed to “When Iliac Sorcerer's Ward is broken, double his power.”
  • Legate Rikke - Creature type changed from Imperial to Nord.
  • Niben Bay Cutthroat – Text changed to “+2/+0 while there are no enemy creatures in this lane.”
  • Shornhelm Champion – Text changed to “When Shornhelm Champion's Ward is broken, he gains +3/+3.”
  • Wildfire Dragon – Card art improved and VFX sped up.

Card Bug Fixes

  • Barter – Now interacts properly with cards that dynamically update based
  • on broken runes.
  • Crusader’s Assault – Should now draw cards in all the proper situations. Let the assaults continue!
  • Dragon Mound – Dragons that return to hand will now continue to have their costs reduced.
  • Forsaken Champion – Now plays well with Dragon Priest Mask.
  • Grandmaster Delphine – Now remains immune to Dragons after changing zones.
  • Heirloom Greatsword – Should now gain a keyword from Arcane Enchanter when returning to hand after its Last Gasp effect.
  • Lockpick – Now when your deck is empty, it is possible to draw the Out of Cards “card” – no more infinite lockpicking!
  • Lydia – Playing under specific circumstances will no longer cause the AI to stop functioning. She will now let the AI finish the game!
  • Move in Shadows – The sneaky creature should now move back at the end of the turn.
  • Night Talon Lord – When this summons an Ulfric’s Zealot and then that Zealot dies, only one Heavy Battleaxe is created instead of two.
  • Riften Pickpocket – Will now show three different cards whenever possible.
  • Riverhold Escort – No longer fails to move if the opponent’s lane is full.
  • Serpentine Stalker – This misbehaving Dragon will now be able to attack enemy creatures in its own lane even if there is an enemy guard in the other lane.
  • Shearpoint Dragon – Cost-reduced actions should now work properly in tandem with this Dragon.
  • Thief of Dreams – Now will not choose a card in deck that is also in hand. This should make for less confusing dreaming.
  • Ulfric Stormcloak – Now will not draw a Nord from your deck when your opponent uses a Shout. Not everyone is on Ulfric’s side.
  • Underforge – Cards that change form (such as Little Girl) after becoming a werewolf will now retain the Werewolf creature type. This strain of lycanthropy is resistant to change.

General Bug Fixes
  • All five Skyrim Theme Decks have new deck tile art, which can be changed by players. Also, these deck art images are now available for use with all decks of the appropriate classes.
  • Many card hangers have had their text and images improved.
  • Many Solo Arena decks have had Titles added to their opponents.
  • The description for Beast Form has been updated to "Changes into a Werewolf when an enemy rune is destroyed."
  • The icon for Beast Form has been added to its Glossary entry.
  • Tooltips for buttons in the Social menu have been fixed.

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July 26

Monthly Card Reveal – Ulfric’s Housecarl


This month’s card is a Skyrim native son who has decided to follow the strong Nordic tradition of aggression and glory in battle. He believes that to hang back on the defensive is cowardly and not befitting a brave warrior such as yourself, preferring instead to rush into battle to prove your honor, and earn your place in the Halls of Glory. And why shouldn’t he? After all, he’s sworn his life to protect one of the most controversial figures in all of Skyrim: Ulfric Stormcloak.


That is quite the payoff for breaking enemy runes! One of the biggest weaknesses of aggressive decks can be that they sometimes empty their hand very quickly and then run out of steam when the opponent answers the first onslaught. Not so with Ulfric’s Housecarl! Drop this bad boy, break a few runes, and he should be able to provide you with enough gas to finish your opponent off.

The Housecarl himself doesn’t even have to be the one breaking the runes to get the card drawing benefit, so he’s going to be particularly effective when you already have a board of creatures ready to attack when you play him. Of course, if your opponent has been answering your creatures as you play them, Ulfric’s Housecarl will do a perfectly fine job of breaking the runes on his own as well with a respectable 3 power.

Ulfric’s Housecarl does not have to be relegated entirely to aggressive decks. Slower Crusader decks still tend to be interested in powerful rune-break payoffs like Dawnstar Healer or Burn and Pillage, and the Housecarl should fit in nicely there as a way to keep up pressure while maintaining a full hand to help answer opposing threats as they appear. Imagine a board involving Dawnstar Healer, Ulfric’s Housecarl and Haafingar Marauder; every time you break a rune you’ll be gaining 3 health, drawing a card, and getting an item to bolster your army!

No matter how you decide to shatter your opponent’s defenses, hop into ranked mode this month to claim your copies of Ulfric’s Housecarl and remember: SKYRIM IS FOR THE NORDS!

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New DLC Available

Heroes of Skyrim

Welcome, travelers, to the Throat of the World.



As civil war wages and a newly resurfaced threat descends from the skies, we are pleased to introduce our first expansion set, Heroes of Skyrim, featuring 154 new cards. Whether you choose to rebel alongside the Stormcloaks, unleash your Beast Form with the Companions, disappear into the libraries of the College of Winterhold, traverse the land learning powerful Shouts, or take advantage of the mayhem to find yourself some easy marks, we hope you will enjoy your time here being bathed in Dragon flames.

About This Game

PLAY ON YOUR OWN
Story mode provides hours of solo gameplay in which you’ll earn new Legends cards, decks, and packs. Or draft a deck from scratch and battle a series of computer opponents.

PLAY AGAINST OTHERS
Test your decks against friends, challenge online opponents in ranked play, or draft a deck from scratch and battle other players who have done the same.

PICK YOUR BATTLES
Legends gameplay features a divided battlefield with “lanes” that deepen your strategy options.

LEVEL UP!
You can upgrade certain cards in Legends by winning games with decks that contain them. Level up your cards to improve your decks, give you more flexibility, and tailor them to your play style.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel Pentium D or AMD® Athlon™ 64 X2
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 (256 MB) or ATI™ Radeon™ X1600 Pro (256 MB) or better
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse
    Recommended:
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.8 (latest version)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT (256 MB) or ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro (256 MB)
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse
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