Genshin TCG: Genie Summoning Tips & Tricks for Beginners - Genshin Impact Guide - IGN (2023)

Genius Invokation is Genshin Impact's own collectible card game, utilizing a similar elemental reaction system to defeat enemies in the main game. Rather than focusing on reflexes, this game focuses more on strategy. The purpose of this guide is to offer some tips and tricks for any newcomer to get and get some wins in this exciting new way to play Genshin Impact.

  • Purpose of the Game - The Victory Condition
    • What is a Round?
    • Types of shares
  • Resources to follow
    • controlling time
    • control cards
    • Control Data
    • controlling the energy
    • Damage and Balance Resources
  • Other tips and tricks


Each player starts the game with three character cards (some of which are familiar enemies you've seen on your journeys fighting by your side). You win by defeating all three characters your opponent controls, reducing their health to zero.

That said, many of the best decks aim to wipe out their opponents' characters as quickly as possible. Each game round counts for more than you'd expect! Expect matches between competent champions to end at round 3-5, unless a specific strategy is used to purposely interrupt the game.

What is a Round?

In most card games, players take "turns" in which the active player casts spells, summons creatures, and/or attacks. Genshin's invocation works differently in the sense that turns are shared. We call these rounds.

At the start of the round, players are given eight Elemental Dice to serve as fuel that is expended to perform actions such as using Character Skills, Explosions, Attacks, and Action Cards. These dice are random elements and you have the opportunity to reroll any number of dice per round.

The data sides are as follows:

  • scored
  • Water
  • electro
  • cry
  • Soft
  • Here we are
  • geo
  • Omni (can be used for any elemental cost)

Whenever a player attacks or switches characters, the opponent also has the opportunity to perform an action. Once a player chooses not to take further actions, they can choose to end the round, in which case the opponent can use their remaining resources as they wish until they, too, end the round.

At the end of a round, some effects take place, depending on your cards, and the next round starts from there.

Types of shares

There are two "speeds" of actions.

  • Combat Actions - Attacks, Skills, Explosions and character switching.
  • Quick Actions - Play Action Cards, equip Artifacts or Weapons, and use Food or Support cards.

Combat Actions transfer control of the round to the opponent until he performs a Combat Action. Quick Actions allow you to continue your turn until you take a Combat Action or end your half of the round.

CatarinaLeave it to me!Jean

Some letters like "Katherine" and "Leave it to me!" change Combat Actions such as switching characters to Quick Actions and are often used when a player wants to switch before the opponent can react to a strategy.


An example of this is quickly switching to Jean and using her Elemental Skill, which deals damage and forces the opponent to switch characters. Without these tools, the opponent can predict your moves and react accordingly. Use cards like these to ambush your opponents.

All card games have features that allow players to perform actions during the game. Mastering the flow of these resources between you and your opponent is key to winning any battle.

  • Tempo
  • cards
  • Data
  • Energy

controlling time

Tempo involves control over how many actions you can take per round. Sometimes it speeds you up; others, it slows down the opponent. Cards like "Katheryne" and "Leave it to me!"butyour pace, allowing you to perform more actions at once than you would normally be able to.

Jean's skill, however,take awaypace your opponents, forcing them to use a combat action to get back into character or spend resources to readjust their battle plan. Other examples include using Hydro and Cryo attacks to freeze an opponent in place, rendering them unable to perform attacks, or overload reactions with Pyro and Electro to force switches while dealing damage.

control cards

Almost all card games operate under the "card advantage" economics. Card advantage is usually measured by how many cards you use compared to the amount of cards you win and/or the cards your opponents lose.

For example, let's say I use "Strategy". It costs one die to draw two cards.

  • I lose a card - "Strategy"
  • I gain two cards from my deck.
  • (-1) + 2 = 1

Thus, I gained +1 advantage card.

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Another card, "NRE", allows me to draw a random Food card from my deck after playing it for two dice of any elements. So, for every Food card I play (once per turn), I draw another Food card from my deck.

  • I "lose" a card - "NRE"
    • (stays on the field, but is no longer in my hand)
  • I draw a Food card
  • (-1) + 1 = 0

Here, I have zero card advantage, which some might think is a bad thing; most of the time it is not. We call letters like these "cantrips". Tricks smooth your hand by filtering one card for another.


Finally, we have a card like "Raven Bow", which is equipped to a character by two matching elemental dice and allows a character wielding the bow to deal +1 damage on their attacks.

  • I lose a card - "Raven Bow"
  • I don't gain cards (unless this 1 damage is enough to defeat a character)
  • (-1) + 0 = (-1)

here i havelostcard benefit.

In many card games, losing the card advantage is a big loss, but not so much in Genius Invokation. Losing card advantage doesn't matter if you win the game on the same turn or stop your opponent from winning on a crucial turn.

That is, don't waste cards unnecessarily; do this only with purpose in your strategy.

Control Data

Data is needed to perform almost any action in the game. There are two ways to take advantage of data:

  1. To takemoredice than a turn normally allows.
  2. Change thetypeof your dice to allow character attacks.

Ensuring you have the right data elements to take the necessary actions can be the difference between winning and losing. If you need six Cryo dice for Ayaka's ability to be used twice, each attack defeating an enemy, and you only have four Cryo dice and two Dendro, Ayaka won't be able to close the game, leaving her open to a KO of your opponent.

Dice are also a random element of the game; you can't always control whether or not you have the right data. Fortunately, Genius Invokation allows players to discard a card in their hand at any time during their turns to convert a useless die into a die of their active character's element. Remember, this is a loss of card advantage, but sometimes it's a necessary loss.

paimonMeat Rolls with MintThe best travel companion!

"Paimon" is a card that costs three dice of the same element, but gives two extra omni-dice (which can be used for any element cost) for the next two turns. You lose three dice for a total of four in two turns. Several "One-Turn-Kill" decks (OTK's) rely on this card to attack multiple times in a row on subsequent turns to eliminate the entire group in one round. Since almost every type of attack costs at least three energy, having 10 dice allows for at least three attacks in a single turn.

If there are cost reduction effects like "Minty Meat Rolls" (which makes normal attacks require one less misaligned die per turn), that number increases to four or more consecutive attacks!

Finally, "The Best Travel Companion!" requires a card and two dice of any elements to give two omni-dice. Here, we miss a letter to filter elemental features.

controlling the energy

Energy is needed to use the characters' Elemental Bursts. An Elemental Burst, as with the rest of Genshin Impact, is usually a character's most powerful attack. Each time an Attack or Skill is used, the active character gains one energy.


Bursts usually cost between 2-3 energy, which means that, unassisted, performing a Burst is dependent on your character staying alive for several turns, after which it may be game over!

Fortunately, there are cards that manipulate energy to help characters explode as soon as possible, adding not just a damage advantage, but a timing advantage in their own way.

skills of calxsignsLiu Su

"Calx's Arts" is an end-game reward that can add up to two energy to a character at the cost of one energy from each of your other characters. This is often a good way to surprise an opponent with an unexpected Explosion at a low dice cost.

Starsigns cost more dice, but grant an energy to your active character unconditionally.

Liu Su then offers a cumulative energy advantage; whenever a character is switched (once per turn, two uses), if that character has no energy, he gains one energy. Teams that use a lot of trade effects will be able to build team-wide energy quickly and with little dice cost.

Damage and Balance Resources

In the end, it's the losses that lead to the wins. All those resources you manage are valuable in that they defeat enemy characters faster than they defeat your own.

Depending on your strategy and howyour deckis built to win, certain features will be more valuable. Here is an example...


A deck with these three characters focuses on ensuring that Fischl and Collei can call in allies to deal damage from Electro and Dendro in order to create a Quicken reaction, which allows attacks from Dendro and Electro to deal more damage. Keqing then exists to close out the game with its powerful attacks and Burst.

In this deck, triggering Quicken as soon as possible is important, otherwise the characters alone are weak. That said, Fischl wants to summon Oz and leave the battlefield immediately. Cards that allow her to quickly switch into Collei can help Collei follow up with a Dendro attack on the same turn, keeping Quicken's reaction going for the rest of the game.

Energy, Dice, and Timing are important to this deck's game plan, with card advantage being neglected. The reason card advantage is overlooked is to make the first turn of the game as impactful as possible.

Running two Electro characters allows for many ways to grant characters energy for their flurries, but the first turn requires 3 Electro dice and 3 Dendro dice. Considering you only get eight dice each turn, that takes a lot of luck! To fix this, we use cards like "The Best Traveling Companion" to make sure our strategy runs smoothly.

However, because the deck neglects the card's advantage, the deck "burns out" if it fails to defeat opponents fast enough. When your opponent has way more resources than you, it's all over. The reason this aggressive strategy works is because characters are also a resource. If you manage to knock out someone's key character in the first two rounds of the game, the rest can be an easy pick.

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This trio of characters, on the other hand, focuses on a later turn (usually turn 3) to be the game's most impactful turn. With Yoimiya's Burst, damaging allies will have a follow-up Pyro damage after their attacks.

Since Pyro and Cryo create strong Melt Reactions, and Ayaka's Normal Attacks deal Cryo damage the turn she enters the field, the goal is to set Yoimiya's Burst in the first round, along with using a card like " Paimon" to build dice for future turns. After switching to Ayaka, the plan is to knock out all three characters at once with cryo-infused normal attacks.

Naturally, this deck prioritizes dice advantage and maximizes damage with food and artifacts at the cost of card advantage and early-game pacing.

Then notice how different strategies prioritize different resources over others, and change the support cards in your decks to match that strategy. Also, notice how the above strategies focus on elemental reactions, just like the rest of the game!

Resource management is the key to any card game, but there are, of course, other game tips.

  • Stay away from cards that do nothing the first turn or two unless the bounty isveryIt is worth it.

Most basic artifacts cost two dice to reduce the die cost by one for attacks, once per turn. This means that you are spending cards (-1 card advantage) to cost one less each turn (-1 die on the first turn), just totieon the next curve. then takesthree whole lapsto take advantage of these artifact sets. At this point, the game may be over before you get any equipment advantage.

Some artifacts, however, such as "Gambler's Earrings", more than pay for themselves with dice refunds after each kill. The Liben support card is also an exception, as it costs no dice to collect unused dice each turn. After three dice, you are dealt two cards and twoomni-data! This again helps stack dice for future turns, as well as giving the cards an advantage. Here, the trade-off is the card does nothing the instant it is played.

  • Don't feel obligated to use Elemental Bursts right away once you have them ready. Focus on exactly how each action will contribute to winning in the moment. Think long term instead of short term.

This may seem contradictory to the first point, but we are looking at "long term" and "short term" in a different way here. Using an Elemental Burst that heals, for example, might be better when your characters are really damaged; it would be a waste to use it right away.

Also, if the Burst is very powerful and you have gear, it might be wiser to build up buffs on your character before unleashing it, as it will take a lot of time and resources to burst a second time.

  • Finish your side's round first (when you can) in order to jump over your opponent in the next round.

When you finish the round before your opponent does, youto doopen yourself up to attacks you can't respond to before your opponent ends the round. If you predict the amount of damage your opponent can do, keep track of the cards in your opponent's hand and the dice they have, it's usually safe to let them get that extra normal attack if you're prepared to backtrack for the next round. when you have the data.

Caution is the key here.

  • In each game, depending on the board position, make a conscious choice between running or fumbling.


Both players are usually proactive in trying to end the game as quickly as possible. Sometimes, regardless of the deck, there is a way to interrupt the opponent's strategy (as in the previously mentioned freeze and overload reactions). If you've seen the opponent build up buffs on your character, it might be best to remove them from combat as soon as possible to trip your opponents up.

Otherwise, you'll just need to focus on hitting harder and faster. Know when to be beaten and when to control the board, even if a deck leans heavily towards one strategy as opposed to the other.

  • Think about what your opponent can do as much, if not more, than you think about what he can do.youcan.

TCGs are strategy games, which means you must anticipate likely moves to stay one step ahead of your opponents. Familiarize yourself with all the cards in the game. Keep an eye on popular strategies and analyze popular game lines. Often you cannot defeat your enemy unless you understand him first. Many TCG players forget this fact!

Again, how many cards are in their hand, what characters they're using, how much dice they have, and what cards they've used in the game so far are extremely important to keep track of. Use a notebook and pen if you have to!

For example, if your opponent uses two "Leave it to me!" cards in a game, you don't need to play about a third, as a player can only have two copies in his deck. If your opponent has already used a card once, and a deck contains 30 cards, 5 of which go into your hand to start the game, then the chances of your opponent drawing a second copy are about 5% (considering the draw normal cards and effects).

Mastering these skills, however, will come with time. There are no shortcuts!

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How do you win genius invocation in TCG? ›

You win by defeating all three characters your opponent controls, reducing their health to zero. That said, many of the best decks aim to wipe out their opponents' characters as quickly as possible.

How do I get more TCG cards in Genshin? ›

To increase your collection of cards in Genshin Impact, you can either buy them with lucky coins or receive them as a reward. Only action cards and cosmetics can be bought with lucky coins. These are earned by challenging and defeating the Genius Invokation NPC players you find in the big cities in the game.

How do you get to level 5 genius invokation? ›

Battle & Defeat Available NPCs

The best way to level up in Genius Invokation TCG is simply defeating NPCs. You can find them all over Teyvat that are marked by a card icon on the map.

How to play Genshin effectively? ›

The best way to level up characters in Genshin Impact is to use EXP books called Wanderer's Advice, Adventurer's Experience, and Hero's Wit. Purple books are the best character EXP sources. Here's how much EXP you get from using one of each: Wanderer's Advice - 1,000 EXP.

Can you get Primogems from Genius Invokation TCG? ›

1 Playing Genius Invokation Also Gives Primogems

Additionally, extra Primogems can be earned by completing the TCG Players Handbook missions and Achievements.

What is the best character card in Genius Invokation? ›

Genshin Impact: Best Character Cards in Genius Invokation TCG
  • 8 Bennett.
  • 7 Yoimiya.
  • 6 Ganyu.
  • 5 Ayaka.
  • 4 Xingqiu.
  • 3 Collei.
  • 2 Maguu Kenki.
  • 1 Cyno.
Feb 4, 2023

Who is the strongest in TCG Genshin? ›

These are the strongest character cards to build your decks around in Genshin Impact's Genius Invokation TCG.
  • Kamisato Ayaka – strong passive and easy completion of Cryo reactions.
  • Ganyu – superior area damage and shield penetration.
  • Mona – easier character switches and constant Hydro application.
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How many Primogems will TCG give? ›

Not to be confused with your Adventure Rank, your Player Level increases as you gain Experience Points from playing the TCG. Each time you level up, you'll net a nice 60 Primogems.

What is the current max level in Genshin TCG? ›

The current max level cap in TCG is level 10.

How do I unlock the Vanarana quest? ›

Genshin Impact Sumeru: How to unlock Vanarana and its Statue of the Seven. Genshin Impact players first need to complete the Woodland Encounter and Dream Nursery quests before they can unlock the Statue of the Seven in Vanarana and on the map.

What does TCG stand for Genshin? ›

A tabletop card dueling game that is all the rage in Teyvat.

How many hours a day should you play Genshin? ›

Basically, you can do whatever you want — as long as you spend a maximum of one hour a day playing, you're golden. When Genshin Impact first launched, I was playing for three or four hours a day — and I really enjoyed it. At the beginning, there's a huge amount of material to get through.

How many hours should I play Genshin Impact? ›

When focusing on the main objectives, Genshin Impact is about 57½ Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 569 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Is there a cheat to get Primogems? ›

The code is GENSHINGIFT, and it grants 50 Primogems and 3 Hero's Wit. It also works on all servers. However, it's worth noting that this code has been active in the game for some time.

How to get 11000 Primogems? ›

How to get 11000 Primogems in Genshin Impact 1.5: Detail of all sources
  1. Update Compensation. Players can expect 300 Primogems from the five hours of update maintenance.
  2. Bug Fix. Bug Fix in Genshin Impact 1.4. ...
  3. Daily Commissions. ...
  4. Stardust shop. ...
  5. Spiral Abyss. ...
  6. Character Test Run. ...
  7. New Story Quests. ...
  8. Energy Amplifier Initiation Event.
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Can you get banned for generating Primogems? ›

If the amount is not compensated via legit purchase within the given time, the involved Genshin Impact account gets banned. Genshin Impact account banned after not compensating the deducted Primogems within the given time.

Who is the best healer in TCG Genshin? ›

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  • Fischl Is a Formidable Summoner and Attack Card.
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Who is the best character to invite in Genshin? ›

If you're new to the game, then Xingqiu is easily the best Fortuitous Invitation character in Genshin Impact. Using the power of Hydro, he can create Rain Swords that affect the active character, ensuring that their attacks will proc additional Hydro damage from projectiles.

How tall is Cyno Genshin Impact? ›

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CynoYoung Man5'3" / 161cm
DehyaYoung Woman5'6" / 168cm
Diluc22²5'10" / 180cm
Diona12²4'7" / 140cm
62 more rows
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Who is the No 1 powerful character in Genshin Impact? ›

In terms of HP scaling, Hu Tao is unparalleled, and she is one of the strongest DPS characters in Genshin Impact currently. Not only does she have great HP scaling, but her DEF value is also incredibly high, allowing her to stay at low HP without taking too much damage that would otherwise be fatal.

Who has the strongest DMG Genshin? ›

Hu Tao and Raiden Shogun are considered the best DPS characters in Genshin Impact, as they can trigger multiple elemental reactions with their Pyro and Electro abilities. DPS stands for Damage Per Second, and these characters will be responsible for the majority of damage dealt in your combat rotations.

How many Primogems is 70 pulls? ›

So, If players get lucky with soft pity and pull a five-star in 70 wishes, they may only need 12,200 Primogems to get Zhongli. Or, if they miss a 50/50, they'll need around 24,400 with soft pity.

How many Primogems is 22 wishes? ›

That's 22 Intertwined Fates, which is the equivalent of 3,520 Primogems.

How many wishes is 6480 Primogems? ›

The maximum amount you can buy in one go is 6480 Primogems for $100, which is 40.5 Wishes — and Genshin doesn't do half Wishes.

Will TCG be permanent in Genshin? ›

Much like the Serenitea Pot, Genius Invokation TCG is now a permanent mainstay in Genshin Impact's endgame. It's also the game's first foray into the wonderful world of collectable card games.

Is level 80 enough Genshin? ›

there's just a huge difference between leveling to 80 (and ascending) and leveling to 90. Getting that last ascension to 80/90 gets you your last boost to your character's innate substat, plus unlocks talent levels 9 and 10. Leveling to 90/90 from 80/90 doesn't get you anything except like 15 points of base attack.

What level does Genshin end? ›

How Long It Takes To Get To Genshin Impact's Ending. Currently, the final story quest in Genshin Impact is unlocked at Adventurer Rank 29, although there are side quests and other content that go to at least Adventurer Rank 36.

How to get 1600 Primogem? ›

  1. Daily commissions and the reward from Kathryne give a total of 60.
  2. Finishing a Story Quest gives 60 primogems.
  3. The Spiral Abyss floors 1–1 to 8–3 give 100 primos for every 3 stars. ...
  4. Some quests give primogems.
  5. Some adventure ranks give primogems as well as the Adventurer's Handbook.

How do you beat Genshin algorithm fast? ›

There are three methods players can use to beat the Algorithm of Semi-Intransient Matrix of Overseer Network boss in Genshin Impact:
  1. Using a Quicken team (Electro + Dendro)
  2. Using Electro only.
  3. Relies on Brute Force.
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How to get 100 percent Genshin? ›

The Exploration progress will be displayed right under the sub-area name. You will achieve 100% world exploration progress after completing all Exploration progress in these sub-areas. Each nation in Genshin Impact has many different sub-regions. Go to see the NPCs and check your reputation rank.

How do you unlock Sumeru Tree? ›

To access the Tree of Dreams in Sumeru you'll need to progress through the Aranyaka World Quest. You'll need to completely finish Aranyaka: Part 1, and then make a fair bit of progress in Aranyaka: Part II as well. Once you enter the true version of Vanarana, which you'll do after helping out Arama a few times.

Where is Dendro Tree? ›

Head up through the nearby cave in the northeast of Vanarana to find the Tree of Dreams. You can now offer any Dendro Sigils you find from opening chests in Sumeru for some great rewards.

Why can't i unlock Dragonspine Statue? ›

Scarlet Quartz in Genshin Impact

To put things simply, Genshin Impact players that are looking to unblock the Dragonspine Statue of the Seven must first pickup a Scarlet Quartz, and there is one located very near to the tower.

Why is Genshin a 12? ›

This game has received a PEGI 12 because it features depictions of non-realistic looking violence towards human-like characters. Not suitable for persons under 12 years of age.

What does vanilla mean in TCG? ›

Vanilla is a slang term used by players in various Trading Card Games to refer to creatures or cards that have no abilities.

What does BP mean in Genshin? ›

One of the features included in the game is a "Battle Pass" (BP), that unlocks once you reach Adventure Rank 20. This pass provides rewards at level thresholds for completing daily/weekly/BP period tasks, which each refresh after their respective periods.

What is the longest quest in Genshin? ›

Genshin Impact's Soheil's Wish World Quest marks the end of one of the longest questlines introduced in version 3.1's Sumeru desert. The three-part questline begins with Golden Slumber, then continues into Dual Evidence before finally ending with Soheil's Wish.

How many resins a day? ›

You get original 180 resin a day, but can only hold 160. This means you have to play twice a day to use all your resin, with at least 3 hours between.

Does Genshin Impact have an ending? ›

Every video game has an ending, but the ending of Genshin Impact is still faraway.

Am I too old to play Genshin? ›

Genshin Impact is an open-world role-playing game (or RPG) by game developer miHoYo. The open-world element allows players to explore the world freely at their own pace – there is no one way to play. It has an age rating of PEGI-12, but no strict age verification process, so nothing stops younger children signing up.

Do I have to play Genshin everyday? ›

8 Do Daily Commissions

Obviously, the main thing Genshin Impact players need to do daily is the Daily Commissions. Each day, four different tasks will be available, each granting 10 Primogems upon completion. Then, if all four quests are finished, Travelers can speak to Katheryne to earn an extra 20 Primogems.

Is Genshin Impact still worth playing 2023? ›

As of 2023, Genshin Impact has released multiple updates, including new story chapters, characters, and gameplay features. If you are someone who enjoys exploring open-world environments, engaging in battles, and experiencing a compelling story, then Genshin Impact could be a game worth playing as a new player in 2023.

Which Genshin twin is better? ›

You might be wondering what the difference is, or what you missed out on by choosing one gender, but the answer is simple: nothing. Aside from aesthetics, there is no difference between each twin.

Who is better Aether or Lumine? ›

Aether is faster at climbing than Lumine. You can decrease stamina usage when climbing with anemo resonance.

Who are the easiest characters to draw in Genshin Impact? ›

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How do you play genius invocation in coop on TCG? ›

The host of the world is the only one who can interact with the board. Choose Co-op match once you see the prompt and after that, simply select Invite Teammate and a pop up will show up for both of you to get ready to battle!

Will Genius Invokation TCG be permanent? ›

Much like the Serenitea Pot, Genius Invokation TCG is now a permanent mainstay in Genshin Impact's endgame. It's also the game's first foray into the wonderful world of collectable card games.

What are the three ways to win Pokemon TCG? ›

You can win the game in 3 ways: Take all of your Prize cards. Knock Out all of your opponent's in-play Pokémon. If your opponent has no cards in their deck at the beginning of their turn. Shake hands with your opponent.

How do you win the Pokemon TCG tournament? ›

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  1. The most common path to victory is to knock out six of your opponent's Pokémon and collect prize cards. ...
  2. If you defeat an opponent's active Pokémon and they have no available Pokémon on their bench to replace it, you can also claim victory.
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What is the max level in Genshin TCG? ›

The current max level cap in TCG is level 10.

How many primos does TCG give? ›

Assuming each level grants that many Primogems and there are 10 levels, this means people can get 600 Primogems from maximizing their TCG level.

How do you level up fast in genius invocation TCG? ›

Genshin Impact Genius Invokation TCG: 10 Tips For Quick Leveling
  1. 4 Event And Support Cards Can Be Game-Changing.
  2. 5 Unlock The Required Characters. ...
  3. 6 PvP Doesn't Give You Experience. ...
  4. 7 Pay Attention To Enemy Lineup. ...
  5. 8 Reaction-Based Teams Are Great. ...
  6. 9 Make Sure You Do Your Weekly Tasks. ...
  7. 10 Fight All The NPCs. ...
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Will Pokemon TCG shut down? ›

The servers for Pokemon TCG Online will be shut down on June 5, 2023, at 12 PM EST / 11 AM CST / 9 AM PST.

Will Pokemon TCG end? ›

To devote resources to the Pokémon Trading Card Game Live, card set development for the Pokémon TCG Online will end on March 1, 2023.

How to get Primogems fast? ›

Here are some tried and proven strategies to help you out in this mysterious journey.
  1. Genshin Impact: Daily Commissions Earn Primogems Quickly.
  2. Unlocking Hidden Achievements.
  3. Participate in Events to Earn Primogems Faster.
  4. Level Up Your Adventure Rank.
  5. Redeem Codes to Earn Primogems Faster in Genshin Impact.
Jan 22, 2023

What is the most skill based TCG? ›

Bridge is always mentioned as the most skill-based card game. It could be said that all card games require at least some skill. However, there are card games where luck is a concluding factor. Typically, those are the card games that you are able to play in a casino, online or off.

What is the most powerful Pokémon in TCG? ›

1. Mega Mewtwo EX (BREAKthrough) Finally, number one on our list of most powerful Pokemon cards, we have this Mega Mewtwo EX, a card that wields one of the most absurd abilities we've ever seen. “Psychic Infinity” does 30 more damage times the number of energy cards attached to the Pokémon on hand.

How do you get good cards in TCG? ›

In the Pokémon TCG Online, you can earn more cards through challenging and beating computer opponents in Trainer Challenge battles. Each win unlocks a new card in your deck until you have unlocked them all. You can also buy specially-labeled theme decks or booster packs that unlock new decks in the Pokémon TCG Online!

How many V cards are allowed in a deck? ›

As long as you adhere to the 4 named rule per deck. You could have 60 cards that are all different Pokemon V. Assuming there's that many. There's no rule against deck building other than 1: You must have 1 naturally basic Pokemon.

Who won the Pokemon TCG World Championship? ›

Arceus and Flying Pikachu soared to victory in Pokémon TCG's 2022 World Championships.

How do mega Pokémon work in TCG? ›

In battle. In any battle, each Trainer may Mega Evolve a single Pokémon once. Mega Evolution is essentially a free action a Pokémon may make in addition to its normal move, but if a Pokémon will not use a move, it cannot Mega Evolve.


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