Hello, hello. Welcome to my beginner’s guide to Shadowverse where I’ll be introducing this game while looking at it from a new player’s perspective. In this episode, we’ll be going over the different classes in Shadowverse from both aesthetic and gameplay perspectives. Without further ado, let’s get started.
Shadowverse has a selection of classes to choose from, each with its own distinct playstyle. The seven classes are Forestcraft, Swordcraft, Runecraft, Dragoncraft, Shadowcraft, Bloodcraft, and Havencraft.
Shadowverse has been out for a year now and new players are starting to play even now as Cypress graces with us with perfect expansions with absolutely zero broken Spawns. I mean cards (thank god for nerfs). With new players joining the game, I wanted to see the game from a beginner’s perspective. Are new players just too far behind in the card acquisition race or do new players have a chance on the ladder?
Shadowverse recently distributed a free copy of Gabriel and Prince of Darkness (RIP Satan) to all players. This means the ladder is full of midrange Swordcraft beatdown decks and cancer Havencraft control decks. Here at YouthfulLaughter, I like to go against the grain as a strong independent loli vampire sadist who don’t need no meta decks and play decks that best handle these meta decks. Of course, by loli vampire sadism, I’m referring to control Bloodcraft (loli optional for 800 rupees or if you’re crazy like me 700 if you buy every leader at once).