Chinese diplomats, medical staff and technicians from conflict-ridden Yemen as the situation continues to get worse, the Ministry

Lucky Day Lucky Day: One of the fixed Divine Power is set to be Pray or Ritual. You will not be favored by God of Pride or Goddess of Calamity. All chance ability casted upon your allied units will cause the benefit result.

Faith Faith Faith Negate target player's Divine Power (Once per turn).

Awe Awe Awe If any player has casted Divine Power in the last turn, deal 2 damage to one of the player's units, and prevent the player from casting Divine Power in the next turn

Explore Explore Explore If a player has activated an event or successfully casted a chance ability in the last turn, +1 to Explore's normal attack damage aginast any units of this player

Desire Desire Desire Activate: +1 normal attack damage to Desire. You may cast Pray or Ritual twice in one turn. The second ability is cast without any cost, and replace the first Lord


Gnomes descended from humans. In the ancient era, back when the planet Kaindell still had four continents, humans lived mostly on the continent of Naborbell. A branch of humans braved the vast seas to reach the northwestern continent known as Caboya. There they came into conflict with the Bloodplume. With help from the God of Greed, the mad Bloodplume turned the leafy Caboya continent into a sandy wasteland. They also poisoned the remaining humans with a deadly toxin that caused both shrinkage and bodily spasms. The Goddess of Hope intervened and saved these humans' lives, but their height had shrunk drastically—they became the first gnomes. The Goddess of Hope taught gnomes how to use optimism and a love for the arts—such as music and literature—as weapons against the harsh environment. She also bestowed on them both abundant knowledge and great wisdom. All gnomes have an inexhaustible zest for life. From poetry to painting, these artistic souls are well-versed in all art forms. They also love traveling to all corners of the world, enriching their lives by digging up lost treasures and listening to strange tales.