(Update) Update on July 30

The update on July 30 includes the following:

- New chapters to the main story
Play Chapters 12-14 for Rowen, Isabelle, and Urias.

- New prebuilt decks added
Check out the shop to find the second series of prebuilt decks (seven in total).
Each deck can be purchased for 500 crystals the first time and 750 crystals for the second and third times. Prebuilt decks can only be purchased up to three times.
Prebuilt decks include a Legendary card with special art. Special Legendary cards cannot be created or liquefied (even if changes are made to the card in the future).
Prebuilt decks have a six-digit deck code, which you can use to create a complete 40-card deck. While you can use prebuilt deck codes without making a purchase, please keep in mind that cards not already in your inventory will not be included in your deck.

- Changes to download format for the app
With this update, the download format for the Steam version of the app will be changed. Due to this change, the displayed file size before installing or updating the app will be smaller than before. For more details on space requirements, please see the Changes to App Download Format announcement.

- Vials gained for liquefying Shadow Reaper and Test of Strength changed back to their original values
The temporary vial bonus for liquefying Shadow Reaper or Test of Strength will end. Shadow Reaper will yield 250 vials for a normal card and 600 vials for an animated card. Test of Strength will yield 10 vials for a normal card and 30 vials for an animated card.

- Phoenix Roost can now be used again
The Dragoncraft gold card Phoenix Roost has been in maintenance since the April 26 update. It will be taken out of maintenance during the July 30 update.

- Changes to card interaction/adjustment to card mechanics
Phoenix Roost’s effects have been adjusted when interacting with cards with similar effects. Here is an example:
[Pre-adjustment] You have a 10-cost Prince of Darkness in your hand. You play a Phoenix Roost, reducing the cost of Prince of Darkness to 5. Then you play a Wyvern Cavalier, finally reducing the cost of Prince of Darkness to 3.
[Post-adjustment] You have a 10-cost Prince of Darkness in your hand. You play a Phoenix Roost, so the cost of Prince of Darkness will display as 5. You play a Wyvern Cavalier, reducing the original cost of Prince of Darkness to 8. Due to Phoenix Roost’s effect, Prince of Darkness’s cost will display as 4. It no longer matters what order these cost-reducing cards are played in; Phoenix Roost’s effect will always be counted last.
(Update)
Phoenix Roost’s effects have also been adjusted when interacting with cards that change card costs to a specified value. Here is an example:
When you play Phoenix Roost while there is a 6-cost Draconic Lance in your hand, Draconic Lance's cost will be reduced to 3.
If you play a follower that originally cost 5 or higher after that, Draconic Lance's cost will then change to 4, overriding Phoenix Roost's ability on this card.

It may take longer for some people to get the update. If you’re not able to update the app, it may be due to the cached data on the device. Please try turning off and restarting the device after a couple of minutes and try again.
Saved replay data will be deleted after maintenance.

Thanks for playing!
Shadowverse Team