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Hi, I'm a newbie just started the first scenario after the tutorial with the default characters provided of the cleric and elf going into the woods but got confused at this point in the game with my cleric at the moment in the Woods when the game is telling me to exchange cards and I don't know what to do next and believed the game is stuck and the user interface is not clear to me what I need to exchange. Here are two snaps from my iPad using shared Dropbox links. https://www.dropbox.com/s/rw7zlkwoltwenbs/File%2020-12-16%2C%209%2042%2039%20pm.png?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/olsuioa7ukn3e9l/File%2020-12-16%2C%209%2044%2010%20pm.png?dl=0 My device is an IPad 2 with iOS 10.2 with game pass and play turned off. Model is IPad tablet 2. Using game version number 740-20161214, PFID-204D6CFA6040A1B1.
http://www.gamebansh...iew/page-3.html We felt the beast before anything else - a trembling of the earth rising up through the soles of our feet. Only once we stopped and held our breath did we hear the slightest sounds of its passage through the forest. Immediately Johan, our scout, melted into the trees to circle out ahead of us. Kurt looked at me, pointed to a clearing not far ahead, and simply nodded. I didn't need any more instruction. The others moved into protective positions while I shrugged off my backpack and started unbuckling the various belts and bags around my person. With reverence I removed Kaleh from her oiled wrapping. The blunderbuss gleamed as it caught the light, drawing a scowl from Kurt. He should have been watching the trails, but I can't blame him for stealing a glance at her - almost as pretty as me, and just as temperamental. Nevertheless, I waited for his gaze to move on before retrieving the powder bag from my breast - 'keep it high, keep it dry'. The charge, wadding and shot were put down the barrel and packed down with the ramrod, yes, the boys usually enjoyed watching that bit too, but as the sounds begun to grow louder and more urgent they were keeping their eyes peeled. "Bastard's bringing it in too quick." Abe grunted quietly. "Can't you hurry up?" I didn't answer. You don't rush these things. I levelled the gun and carefully primed the flashpan with a little powder. Slowly, I got to my feet. "Ready" We edged forward the remaining distance to the entrance of the clearing. A soft chanting began behind me and I felt my spirits lift. Before I could nod my thanks Johan suddenly burst into the clearing, grinning. He rolled out of vision just as the bush to the left of the clearing exploded and the beast thundered into view. Its momentum almost took it past us before it noticed us and hesitated for a fraction of a second. Which was just what I was waiting for. The world erupted into a cacophony of noise as I pulled the trigger. The echo rolled around and the sky went black as everything capable of flight in a mile around us lept to the air. I have no idea if I actually hit the beast or not, but the effect was the same either way - it rocked back, too stunned to move. The rest of the party piled in and had the fight almost won before it had recovered. So yeah. I’m worth the wait.