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Before reading this guide, it's recommended that you complete the [[Tutorial|Game Tutorial]], or read trough it's page on this wiki, to get a grip at the basics of the game.
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Before reading this guide, it's recommended that you complete the [[Tutorial|Game Tutorial]], or read through it's page on this wiki, to get a grip at the basics of the game.
  
 
== Starting out ==
 
== Starting out ==
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==Creating decks==
 
==Creating decks==
 
To play most of the gamemodes available in Artifact, you'll have to construct a deck. to Learn more about it, visit the [[Deckbuilder]] page.
 
To play most of the gamemodes available in Artifact, you'll have to construct a deck. to Learn more about it, visit the [[Deckbuilder]] page.
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==Gamemodes==
 
==Gamemodes==
The full list of gamemodes Is unknown right now. in Valve's words, there will be multiple gamemodes available, such as draft or sealed deck.
 
  
 
===One versus One===
 
===One versus One===
The main gamemode, in which you face off another player in a battle to destroy each other's Ancients.
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The main game mode, in which you face off another player in a battle to destroy each other's Ancients.
  
 
====Differences between ranked and casual====
 
====Differences between ranked and casual====
:Casual, the default setting, is prefered for players who are only starting to learn the game, or for people who wish to relax and play the game in a less serious enviroment.
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:Casual, the default setting, is preferred for players who are only starting to learn the game, or for people who wish to relax and play the game in a less serious environment.
  
 
:Ranked, unlike casual, uses a rating system to match players of similar skill, providing for a fair and challenging matchup.
 
:Ranked, unlike casual, uses a rating system to match players of similar skill, providing for a fair and challenging matchup.
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==Tips and tricks==
 
==Tips and tricks==
*In order to win, you must destroy 2 of 3 enemies towers, or destroy a tower and then the enemy Ancient.
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*In order to win, you must destroy 2 enemy towers, or destroy a tower and then the enemy Ancient.
*You may need to destroy other buildings first before the ancient can be attacked.
 
  
 
==Strategies==
 
==Strategies==
 
Visit the [[Strategy|Strategies]] page to learn of community-created guides.
 
Visit the [[Strategy|Strategies]] page to learn of community-created guides.
  
Recommended both for newer players learning to play the game, and for more skilled players wishing to learn more diffictult and rewarding Strategies.
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Recommended both for newer players learning to play the game, and for more skilled players wishing to learn more difficult and rewarding Strategies.
  
 
Recommended starting desks are X and Y
 
Recommended starting desks are X and Y
  
 
[[Category:Help]]
 
[[Category:Help]]

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Before reading this guide, it's recommended that you complete the Game Tutorial, or read through it's page on this wiki, to get a grip at the basics of the game.

Starting out[edit]

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Creating decks[edit]

To play most of the gamemodes available in Artifact, you'll have to construct a deck. to Learn more about it, visit the Deckbuilder page.

Gamemodes[edit]

One versus One[edit]

The main game mode, in which you face off another player in a battle to destroy each other's Ancients.

Differences between ranked and casual[edit]

Casual, the default setting, is preferred for players who are only starting to learn the game, or for people who wish to relax and play the game in a less serious environment.
Ranked, unlike casual, uses a rating system to match players of similar skill, providing for a fair and challenging matchup.

Draft[edit]

Sealed Deck[edit]

Tips and tricks[edit]

  • In order to win, you must destroy 2 enemy towers, or destroy a tower and then the enemy Ancient.

Strategies[edit]

Visit the Strategies page to learn of community-created guides.

Recommended both for newer players learning to play the game, and for more skilled players wishing to learn more difficult and rewarding Strategies.

Recommended starting desks are X and Y