These are the simplest type of card to play; pay the price of the invocation and apply the card’s effects.
Effects could be instantaneous (the effects are applied immediately and do not last), or temporary (they are applied immediately and last as long as indicated on the card).
Once played, the cards are discarded (put aside and not played again).
These cards are unique in that they are played only during the opponent’s turn and only when he has just played a card. The consequences are two-fold: the effects of the Interruption card are applied before the those of the card played by the opponent, and his or her Card Placement Phase ends immediately.
As such, these are powerful cards that you need to know to play at the right moment.
The effects of these cards relate to Armor, Weapons, or Fury, or they are Tactical. The effects of an Equipment card last as long as it is in play.
An Equipment card is not discarded after being resolved. They have an “effect level” of 1, 2, or 3.
When played, an Equipment card starts at Level 1. These levels can be raised with the help of Upgrade cards. Equipment cards have several casting costs. When they are played, the first level is used to determine the cost of the card, and likewise for the levels that follow.
The Fury is the Drako’s most powerful attack, but also the most difficult to execute.
It is necessary to play this type of card to set off a Fury. This card’s effectiveness will also depend on the Fury Pool reading that appears on the interface.
These only target Equipment cards and are used to change their levels, either by upgrading your Equipment or by lowering the level of your opponent’s Equipment.
If the equipment is at level 1 and it has been minimized (dropped to level 0), the equipment will be destroyed and discarded from play.
Arcane cards cannot be targeted by an Interruption card.
an Upgrade (example 1)
The special characteristic of Upgrade cards is that the cost of executing them corresponds to the level of the Equipment that they affect (occasionally there is a modifier indicated on the card). Upgrading a Manamaniac at level 2 will cost 3 Mana with a Simple Glyph. Upgrade cost (example 1)
an Upgrade (example 2)
With the Vita Glyph, it will cost 6 Mana (3 for the cost of the equipment + 3 Mana for the Upgrade cost with the Vita Glyph, which also gives you 100 Health Points).
Note: if you put down a new Weapon when you have already equipped yourself with a Weapon, the new Weapon replaces the old one. If you put down the same Weapon twice, the Weapon in question is replaced but you pay the cost in Mana!