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Achievement Errata: A Warrior's Dance

by Rogue Shindler, Achievement Master

23rd January 2014

This notice is to inform our Tribbles players that we are enacting an adjustment to the requirements for the achievements Dance Player and A Warrior's Dance.

As initially written, this achievement only required the Dance card in what was thought to be a prohibitively high quantity to include in a deck that wasn't already actually trying to trigger the card's text. However, the possibility is still left open to earn these achievements with a deck for which it is literally impossible to trigger the Dance Tribble power. This is contrary this spirit of these achievements in particular, and the achievement system in general.

As such, we have rectified the qualifying requirements to suit the intended spirit of the achievement. To match the level of other theme achievements of this type, a requirement of 8 Skip cards and 8 Reverse cards will be added to the existing 8 Dance cards needed.

I have already been in touch with those who have already received credit for this achievement to notify them of the change. As I told them, our apologies go out to anyone retroactively losing this achievement, but I'm sure we can all agree that in the interest of fair play, nothing of merit was truly "achieved" without endeavoring to complete the actual Dance.

In addition, this general announcement is to make sure players who have decks built but yet to be played aren't surprised by the change without a chance to alter their decks. We apologize for the inconvenience, but hope you will have more fun actually attempting to complete these achievements as originally intended.

 


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