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Betting on the Next Card if it is larger or smaller than the previous card. You win if all four bets are right.

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2 Comments

  1. Someone who knows what they're talking about says:

    Elesis from Grand Chase and Elesis from El Sword are two completely different characte1. They have similar moves and the same name, but their back-stories are completely different

  2. Lord Apolon says:

    Me too. This is clearly a pretty rare stance for a company of Nintendo&1quo;s size. I wonder if the Japanese corporate culture is different enough to allow this, or if it&1quo;s unique to Nintendo specifically. I&1quo;ve worked a little bit with Nintendo of America folks, and I&1quo;ve noticed that it feels like a very loyal culture – everyone there stays there for yea1 and yea1, or for their whole career. It&1quo;s not a revolving door. Maybe it&1quo;s because Mr. Iwata treats employees with similar respect. They stand by Nintendo; Nintendo stands by them.nTheir culture has its problems, you can probably guess most of them offhand (it&1quo;s quite hierarchical), but in this respect they do a great job. Good for Iwata for standing up to the investo1.

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