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Combat-rule aim-true.png Aim True Attacks won't miss. Abilities like evade or flight or phase won't give any advantage. Similarly de-buff like Blind will be rendered useless.
Combat-rule armored-up.png Armored Up Monsters get +2 added to their armor stat.
Combat-rule back-to-basics.png Back to Basics Monsters lose their own abilities. Summoner effects such as those that give abilities to monsters still take effect.
Combat-rule broken-arrows.png Broken Arrows No monsters with ranged will be available to choose from.
Combat-rule close-range.png Close Range Range units can attack from position 1. Ranged monsters are the new Melee monsters.
Combat-rule earthquake.png Earthquake Monsters without flight ability will be hit with 2 melee damage after every round ends. Snared monsters will take 2 melee damage from earthquake per turn too.
Combat-rule equalizer.png Equaliser The initial Health of all Monsters is equal to that of the Monster on either team with the highest base Health.
Combat-rule equal-opportunity.png Equal Opportunity All monsters will attack from any position (range monsters cannot attack from position 1) and will target the enemy Monster with the lowest health.
Combat-rule even-stevens.png Even Stevens Only even mana cards can be used. Your options to choose cards will be halved. You'll be forced to use cards that you really don't use much. But same goes for your oppoent.
Combat-rule Explosive-Weaponry.png Explosive Weaponry All monsters get the Blast Ability which does additional damage to Monsters adjacent to the target Monster. Additional damage is equivalent to main damage/2 rounded up.
Combat-rule fog-of-war.png Fog of War Snipe and sneak abilities are gone.
Combat-rule healed-out.png Healed Out No type of healing is allowed in the battle. So, abilities like Tank Heal, Triage, Heal are rendered useless. This de-buff cannot be removed by using Cleanse. Summoners Like Byzantine Kitty, Scarred Llama and Chanseus The Great cannot perform Heal and Cleanse either.
Img combat-rule heavy-hitters.png Heavy Hitters All monsters do double damage when attacking an enemy that is stunned.
Combat-rule Holy-Protection.png Holy Protection All monsters get the Divine Shield ability. The first time the Monster takes damage from a monster it is ignored. It works in Earthquake but NOT Noxious Fumes.
Combat-rule keep-your-distance.png Keep Your Distance Monsters with Melee attack type can't be used.
Combat-rule little-league.png Little League You can only use Monsters and Summoners with 4 or less mana.
Combat-rule lost-legendaries.png Lost Legendaries Legendary Monsters can't be used. Legendary Summoners are still available though.
Combat-rule lost-magic.png Lost Magic Magical Monsters can't be used. Your armor will play a very important role here. Get summoner which provides armor. (Drake of Arnak, The Peakrider, Chanseus the Great, Tyrus Paladium, Lir Deepswimmer). Or maybe one that takes armor away from your opponent. (Wizard of Eastwood) And, if possible use a monster that can penetrate.
Combat-rule melee-mayhem.png Melee Mayhem Melee attack from anywhere. We recommend using your strongest melee attackers with abilities like blast, opportunity, retaliate and inspire. You could also select a summoner that will lower your opponents melee power, Zintar Mortaus or Camila Sungazer.
Combat-rule noxious-fumes.png Noxious Fumes All monsters start the game poisoned and will take 2 damage each turn unless cleansed. Big HP and cleanse are going to be your best bet here. However there may be some cases where you ignore and go for a big offensive attack and wipe out your opponent before the poison becomes a factor.
Combat-rule odd-ones-out.png Odd Ones Out Only odd mana cards can be used. Your options to choose cards will be halved. You'll be forced to use cards that you really don't use much. Don't force a build just to win a daily quest. Dragons can be a gamechanger here.
Combat-rule reverse-speed.png Reverse Speed Slower monsters attack first. Try to pick monsters with speeds of 1. Speed effects how soon your monster will attack in battle and how effective it is at evading attacks. So a monster with a speed of 1 would normally attack last now will attack first. A speed of 1 will also have the best chance of dodging if paired with evade and flying as well.
Combat-rule rise-of-the-commons.png Rise of the Commons Only Common and Rare Monsters may be used in battles. Make a well balanced team. Tank > Magic > Ranged Find you a nice tank with heal to lead your lineup. Try to focus your attack on a specific part of there team. Spreading out your attack thinly over their team is not a good idea.
Combat-rule silenced-summoners.png Silenced Summoners Summoners do not give any stat buffs or debuffs or grant/use any abilities.
Combat-rule Spreading-Fury.png Spreading Fury All Monsters get the Enrage ability. Has increased Melee attack and Speed when damaged. Values are multiplied by 1.5 and rounded up.
Combat-rule stampede.png Stampede The Trample ability can trigger multiple times per attack if the trampled Monster is killed.
Combat-rule standard.png Standard No modification to the standard gameplay rules and mechanics.
Combat-rule super-sneak.png Super Sneak All monsters have the Sneak ability. Targets the last Monster on the enemy Team instead of the first Monster.
Combat-rule taking-sides.png Taking Sides Neutral Monsters may not be used in battles.
Combat-rule target-practice.png Target Practice All Ranged and Magic attack Monsters have the Snipe ability.
Combat-rule unprotected.png Unprotected Monsters do not have any armor and do not get armor from Abilities or Summoner Buffs.
Combat-rule up-close-personal.png Up Close and Personal Only Monsters with Melee attack may be used in battles.
Combat-rule weak-magic.png Weak Magic Magic attacks hit Armor before reducing Health.

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