My Little Pony CCG: Patch Notes

There are a good number of changes with this patch to improve and speed up gameplay.  The biggest one is probably the ability to Tab through the game phases along with adding some automation for common things that happen during each phase.

Set Changes:

  • Promo Set: Pinkie Pie, Ear To Ear has been added.

Gameplay Changes:

  • Next Phase (TAB) – Hitting tab now will let you easily cycle through the phases of the game. At the start of your turn you can hit TAB once and the game will Ready all your cards, draw you a card, and give you action tokens.  After that it will trigger the Troublemaker Phase, Main Phase, Score Phase, and then let you End your Turn.

  • Starting the Troublemaker Phase will now check if you have facedown Troublemakers on the table and prompt you to flip them up. If you select “Yes” it will automatically flip them for you.

  • Starting the Main Phase will now check if you have any Inspired on the table. If so it will prompt you to use Inspired.

  • Pay 1 To Draw (Ctrl+A) – This new function will spend a token to draw you a card, and clearly state in the log that’s what you’re doing.  If you need to draw without spending tokens you can still use Ctrl+D and Ctrl+Shift+D.

  • Enter and Ctrl-Enter will now spend and gain action tokens. While most people use the arrows, this might be easier for some to have a simple keyboard shortcut.

  • Ctrl+Q and Ctrl+W will now increase and decrease your points. Again you can still use the up and down arrows on the counter itself, but this might be easier for some.

  • Ctrl+P is now an alternate shortcut way to do a faceoff flip. F10 still works as well.

  • Roll an X-Sided Die (Alt+X) – Let’s you choose the number of sides – default is a D20.

4 thoughts on “My Little Pony CCG: Patch Notes

  1. I cannot seem to find or add Pinkie Pie Ear to Ear to my deck, despite it claiming I have verstion 2.15. Also forgive me but do I need to re-download the image pack when we get a new image?

    • The current version is and should definitely have Pinkie Pie – Ear to Ear as a usable card.

      This plug-in does not come with any images – it merely implements the game rules to allow playtesting. Images are managed within the OCTGN software itself – they can be added by creating and installing image packs directly into the OCTGN software or (if an OCTGN subscriber) dragging and dropping scanned images on top of the proxy you wish to replace within the Deck Editor. At that point, OCTGN will replace all instances of the text-only proxy with the picture of whatever you want whenever that card would show up in the game or deck editor.

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