|Ep 3 Cards & Obtaining
|How do I read cards?
will show you all card attributes and information. This
will show you explanations of card abilities.
|Do character card stats ever
go up as you level up?
| No, they never change.
|Can I combo cards in a battle?
| Yes, this
will show you how.
|How many cards do I get after
will show you the breakdown of battle rank and the number of cards you get.
|What do the different colored
booster decks you get after a battle mean?
will explain it to you.
|I keep getting low rarity cards,
how do I get better cards after battles?
| The cards you get after a battle are affected by your Clevel.
In order to get better cards you need to raise your level. This
is a listing of the levels at which you begin to recieve each rarity of cards.
Also read this
| People say they bought cards,
where are they selling them, and what can I buy?
| You can buy cards in a shop in the morgue near where you
edit your decks. On the opposite side of the counter where you edit your decks,
or behind the person, you can purchase cards. Here
is a listing of what cards are available and at what price level. It's called
Pinz's shop and requires Meseta that you get from playing and winning tournaments
online. Because of this, you can only do this online.
| I got a card after a battle
and it started to flash and change, what just happened?
| Your card evolved or came close to evolving. Sometimes
after battle the cards you get will evolve into a better card, and sometimes it
will begin to evolve but won't actually change. This
chart shows you the chances of you card evolving, and the chance of what it
rarity it will evolve to.
| I just got something called
a VIP card, how does this make me important?
| Your important because you now can access the card aution
stage. You can also invite up to three of your freinds to join you in the auction
explains how the auction stage works, and this
chart shows you what cards you can get.
| I have a few cards someone
wants, and he has some cards that I want. Is there any way we can trade them?
| Yes, EpIII does have a built in trade function This
is a step by step pictorial guide that will walk you through the trade function.
Remember that you need at least two copies of the particular card to be able to
trade it. As such. you cannot trade E rank cards.
| How come I get different numbers
of cards after each battle?
| Your rank after the battle effects how many cards you'll
chart shows how many cards you get for each rank.
| What cards can I get from
starting my EpIII game on a card with exsisting Sega games?
is a list of cards you can get, and which game generates them.
| Do I get cards from Quests?
|Yes, you get them from offline story mode quests. This
will show you which quests to play.
| Are certain cards only available
|Yes, for example, some E cards are only available as part
of an online event. Such as the Dengeki
Magazine card and the Famitsu
| Can I get all cards online?
shows you the playing modes that you need to be in in order to obtain certain
| What do I get when I get all
You get the Del
Rappy card. Del is a Reward for getting all 477 standard cards. When you get
a set of cards (all items, all action, etc) you will get the card associated with
it on the deck draw screen like you would get any other E rank card. It'll just
show up as an extra undrawn card.
You get the Red
Ring card for having all item cards.
You get the Recky
card for having all the enemy cards.
You get the Parry
card for having all the action cards.
You get the Dice
Fever + card for having all the assist cards.
You must get the above 4 cards also before getting the Del Rappy card.
| How many cards are there?
| 477 normal total, 481 with available E cards, 484 if you
have Sonic Heroes or Ep 3 Trial, and if in 100% total (E cards for collecting
sets) there are 488 cards out at the moment.
| Can I get boss cards?
| You cannot get these
boss cards nor control them. You can control Ep 1 & 2 miniboss cards like
Mericarol and Gibbles.
| Why do my cards have a little
letter and sometimes a number in the corner?
| That's little number is the card rarity. This
chart will show you what each of the rarity letters stands for.
| How do I get E cards?
| Sometimes ST will hold special events. During these events,
you may get special E cards that are available only online. Some E cards are also
available if you have an existing Sega game saved on the memory card that you
have EPIII on.