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The ratio between the values for [token potential]? at two different points on the map is described using a token gradient. Being at a higher token gradient than an opponent can have profound benefits, but usually results simply in accruing more tokens during play.
The ratio between the values of the [token potential]? at two different points on the map is described using a token gradient. Being at a higher token gradient than an opponent can have more profound benefits, but the usual result is simply to accrue more tokens during play.

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The ratio between the values of the [token potential]? at two different points on the map is described using a token gradient. Being at a higher token gradient than an opponent can have more profound benefits, but the usual result is simply to accrue more tokens during play.

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Categories: A to Z

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