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Do you think that the Skylords Reborn team should make some of the non-usable enemy creatures and buildings into usable and collectible cards for players? If so, how do you think new cards should be introduced to the game? If not, why would you be against such a decision? All of the non-usable creatures and buildings from the Twilight, Bandits, Stonekin, Lost Souls and Amii factions can be found in these enemy lists: http://battleforge.wikia.com/wiki/The_Twilight http://battleforge.wikia.com/wiki/Bandits http://battleforge.wikia.com/wiki/Stonekin (pretty sure most, if not all Stonekin are usable by players) http://battleforge.wikia.com/wiki/Lost_Souls http://battleforge.wikia.com/wiki/Amii (not too sure what the Amii are about. I think I stopped playing before the 4th edition was released) Honestly, I think all of the non-usable entities should eventually be put into the game. The Skylords Reborn team could have their own custom edition content patches that introduce a small handful of new cards into the game with each new edition. If only a small handful of custom cards are introduced into the game per patch, the players and devs will be able to clearly see how the new additions impact the meta and will thus have a better idea of how to balance them. Once balance is deemed sufficient after several months of settling in, the next wave of custom cards could be considered. I already know that there are players out there that want the game to retain its vanilla stature, but I personally believe that adding all of the unusable entities as cards over time in waves will keep the game fresh, exciting and alive. Of course, many – if not all – of the unusable enemy entities will need to be tweaked, as some of them are likely overpowered or underpowered with their current stats and abilities. Thus, it may take some time and multiple tweaks in order to get each individual custom card to feel right. I believe that any possible short-term instability of balance caused by introducing new cards, by using the non-playable enemy entities, is worth enduring in the long run. What do some of you think?