All boxes contain five Rares with 12 copies each, five Epics with 6 copies each, and 5 Legendaries with 2 copies each. Many boxes also contain some number of bonus Vindicators or Legendary Progenitors, at one copy each.
Box Format ChangelogEdit
The first box, the Tartarus Box, boxes had five Legendary cards at two copies, five Epic cards at six copies, and five Rare cards at twelve copies. One pull cost 60, it could only be bought out once and was on sale for 7 days.
With the Harvest Box, boxes could be bought out more than once, and dual fuses were available.
With the Carnage Box, some cards were re-released from earlier boxes.
With the Ancient Box, the number of new cards per box stabilized at five and quad fuses were available.
The Mega Box was a different format box, costing 120 with no Rares or new cards and five Vindicators at one copy each, one Legendary per faction at four copies, two Epics per faction at eight copies each.
The Savage Mini-Box was the first Mini-Box, costing 60, containing three Legendary cards at two copies each, one of which was new, three Epic cards at six copies, one of which was new, and six Rare cards at twelve copies each. All cards were of the same faction.
Since the Carnage Box, many cards in event packs are repeats of cards in previous packs. When a card is re-released in a new pack, it will get new fusions up to the current maximum fusion level.
For example, when Templar was originally released in Tartarus Box, it had no fusion. When it was re-released in the Carnage Box, it was given a level 1 fusion, High Templar. When it was re-released again in the Ancient Box, it was given a level 2 fusion, Grand Templar.
Starting with the Ancient Box, all cards were released with quad fusions. By the Bounty Box, the last Event card without a quad, Abunis, received a quad and fusions were no longer added on re-release.
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