NEW TCG WEBSITE!

CrowCrow Posts: 2,693PlayFusion Team
As the Lightseekers TCG races towards its first ever major competitive tournament we decided it was high time that we expanded the card information we have available. After a lot of hard work we are overjoyed to launch our brand new TCG website!

On this new website you can find all the information you need for the Lightseekers TCG! Included are such resources as:
  • A lore page to teach you about the different races in the card game
  • A getting started guide
  • A full FAQ page on some of the most commonly asked questions
  • A dedicated events section featuring an events calendar, player list and official tournament rules!
  • A list of known retailers and learn to play events that are coming soon
  • A store locator to help you build your decks!
We’ll be adding new articles and updates to the page over time so there will always be a reason to keep coming back and checking out the page! Our events section will have new events added regularly so be sure to keep eye on it to find the next event near you!

This is just the beginning for the Lightseekers card game and if you have any feedback on our new website we’re always happy to hear it on our forums!

Comments

  • NoogaNooga Posts: 100 ✭✭
    Good site. Can't wait til the envoy thing's up, I'd love to take part. The new formats sound interesting as well.
  • WantonNerdWantonNerd Posts: 257 ✭✭✭
    I think I technically count as an envoy already after the weekend I had :D
  • JamcobJamcob Posts: 27
    Do we have a web address for the site yet?
  • CrowCrow Posts: 2,693PlayFusion Team
    Jamcob said:

    Do we have a web address for the site yet?

    www.lightseekers.cards . You can also access it by clicking the 'Cards' option on the main Lightseekers website.
  • FauxtempsFauxtemps Posts: 31 ✭✭
    Cool! While I'm not interested in competitive play, I really want to meet other Lightseekers fans in the area. I'm also interested in trading cards with people so I can complete my collection! But I don't know what the etiquette is for tournament events - would it be rude or weird to go to one to watch others play and hopefully find peoplke to trade with?
  • NoogaNooga Posts: 100 ✭✭
    Fauxtemps said:

    Cool! While I'm not interested in competitive play, I really want to meet other Lightseekers fans in the area. I'm also interested in trading cards with people so I can complete my collection! But I don't know what the etiquette is for tournament events - would it be rude or weird to go to one to watch others play and hopefully find peoplke to trade with?

    Not at all! People tend to like it when you show interest in their activities. Tourneys are a great place to do this.
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