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Keep in mind this game is notorious for its dislike of finicky internet connections, so if you are having trouble connecting to the game, try it again later when you are either on a strong WiFi network because any sort of connection issues and the game becomes nearly impossible to play.
There are two main ways to boost your cards:
Augmentation - you’ll be able to pick one card that you have equipped (the rarer the card that you use for this, the better), then sacrifice any of your unwanted and unused cards in order to increase its experience level and power it up. You can sacrifice a large number of cards at the same time as long as you have the coins to make it happen.
Ally Merge - allows you to merge two identical Ally cards together in order to make a stronger, evolved version of that card. This also sends the Ally card’s experience level back down to 1 while keeping all of the base stat boosts from past augmentations. Use this wisely in conjunction with augmentations for some seriously HUGE boosts to your cards.
When you get more equip points go to your equip menu and use them right away, then go to the auto-equip function and choose a stat that you want to use as your base stat.





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