This glossary was compiled, written, and edited by Lothari and SwanDive with the help of these amazing people: Damorquis, Danman233, Green Cricket, Gvuardya, Gwent2town, ImpairedTuxedo, Kai_a, lordgort, Molegion, Santtu2x and shinmiri2.
Special thanks to Gnurrgard for inspiring this project by sharing his knowledge on CCG theory and giving us continued feedback.
A way of distinguishing a card’s crafting cost.
There are four card rarities in Gwent, each with a set crafting cost. Rarities are also colour-coded and indicated by a small triangle in the top left corner of a card.
Common cards cost 30 Scraps (one such premium also costs 30 Meteorite powder on top of the Scrap cost),
Rare cards cost 80 Scraps (plus 80 Meteorite powder for the premium),
Epic cards cost 200 Scraps (plus 200 Meteorite powder for the premium),
and Legendary cards cost 800 Scraps, with additional 800 Meteorite powder for the premium version.
Card rarity colours - white for Common, blue for Rare, purple for Epic and yellow for Legendary.
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