Articles for March 2016

Learning From Our Peers – Iconic

Communication and language can be a difficult thing to get right. If you’ve been playing Redemption for very long I’m sure you’ve noticed the progression of card wording over the years as the game’s creators have attempted to have cleaner wording.

Today we’re going to take a look at something that a lot of games have implemented that can help with clean wording and clear communication. Whether it’s a CCG, a board game, or something else that uses cards as one of it’s tools, most modern games make use of symbols in the card text.

Do You Wanna Build a Type 2? – In Summer: Part 1

These articles will be the final articles of the “Do You Wanna Build a T2?” series, but don’t worry—more exciting things will be coming! I truly hope you’ve enjoyed these articles and that they have given you new ideas or insights into building your decks. Even if you’re still a T1 player for the most part, I do hope you’ll give T2 a try at some point.

Lifetime RNRS Update 2015

In 2001, Redemption revamped it’s tournament structure. With that revamp came the implementation of the Redemption National Ranking System (RNRS). The goal of the RNRS system was to recognize and reward players that performed well at tournaments throughout the year.