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In Ascension, you and your opponent will start with 10 cards in your deck and will use these decks to draw cards to create your hand. By playing your cards, you’re given either a special ability to use during your turn such as adding more cards to your hand, or the cards may generate Runes or Power which allow you to purchase or defeat cards in the Center Deck. Purchasing cards with Runes will usually provide you with a special ability of some sort that you can use to aid you in your game, while defeating a card with Power removes the card from the game and will award you with Honor Points which are used to score the game. The strength of the decks the players create will be based off of their decisions during their turns.

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#22 highest rated AND strategy game (#147 on AND, #8264 overall)

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54.55% of 11 total votes

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#47 longest AND strategy game (#199 on AND, #8106 overall)

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