GrymReaper wrote:What's the deal? I can't see any difference between the silver cards and the regular cards. Do they do something special? Can I use a silver and regular card in one battle? Are they just there for collecting madness?
I'm guessing you might have found out by now but just in case you haven't the silver cards are special cards and yes they have quite a few differences (some of which are as follows):
McDohl, Annabelle and Gorudo's silver cards are characters and can be used on missions as opposed to them just being masterminds. Do bear in mind though that if an opponent you face uses one of those characters as a mastermind your silver card version of it will be unique.
Several silver card characters have now become leaders which they were not originally. Examples of this include Mukumuku, Bardeaux, Adlai and I'm pretty sure Neclord is as well.
Several silver card characters now possess runes which they didn't before. Examples of this include Bardeaux, Killey, Neclord and Luca.
You can use both silver and regular cards in battle. Not every character has a silver card but take it from me if you get a silver card of one of your favorite characters then use the silver version instead.
The most important thing about virtually all the silver cards is that virtually all of them have stat increases.
Neclord's normal card only has an attack of 5 whereas Neclord's silver card has an attack of 5, a military strength value of 1500 and I'm pretty sure he might even have a building value too.
Flik's normal card only has an attack of 3 and a military value of 1000 but his silver card has an attack of 5 and a military value of 1500.
As far as I can remember none of the silver card's texts are changed with the exception of the mastermind characters who have become characters as they gain texts.
I had a virtually complete deck of silver cards (along with some plot twists and locations) which worked excellently against most of the opponents.