LeoGlossary: Land Rarities

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SplinterGlossary: Land Rarities

Each plot of land will also have a rarity - Common, Rare, Epic, or Legendary - just like the existing Monster and Summoner cards. The rarity will determine how abundant the natural or magical resources are on the land, or how many monsters there are on an Occupied plot, and will be indicated by a modifier that is part of the plot's name.

You may receive a Fertile (Rare) Plains, an Abundant (Epic) Swamp, or an Overflowing (Legendary) Jungle. Common rarity plots will not have any modifier before the terrain type. A land plot that is both Overflowing (Legendary rarity) and is either the Magical or Occupied category can be thought of as similar to a Gold Foil Legendary Monster or Summoner card.


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