Cards: Cards are the basis of this game. They can be used for many things, such as healing items, weapons, and most importantly, Syncing. There are some cards that are useless until they are Spliced with other cards.
Pokemon Cards: These cards contain the tamed spirits of Pokemon. This is the only type of Card that can Sync.
Weapon Cards: These Cards will turn into weapons or armor that you can use in battle. Some examples are swords, helmets, guns, shields, bulletproof vests, etc.
Location Cards: These Cards allow you to teleport to different Locations when you are in a Warp Zone.
Splice Cards: This Card allows you to Splice together other Cards.
Item Cards: These Cards contain an item that you can use. Some examples are Potions, Repels, XAttacks, Pokeballs, etc.
Blank Cards: A Blank Card is just a plain white Card. Who knows what potential it might have...
Junk Cards: A Junk Card is the waste product of a Card that has already been used/destroyed. They are for the most part worthless, but they may have some uses...
Sync: You can Sync with your Pokemon Cards, meaning that you can gain some of their abilities and moves.
Sync Rate: This is how connected you are your Pokemon Cards. The lower the number for Sync Rate, the more powerful your abilities with that specific card will become. For example, a Sync Rate of 6 is better than a Sync Rate of 15. The most powerful Sync Rate is 0. When your reaches 0, you can perform a Perfect Sync. You can also Evolve your Pokemon Card if it is at level 0. However, if you evolve a Pokemon, it’s Sync Rate will go to the SSR of the new Pokemon. Every time your Pokemon’s Sync Rate is decreased by 5 points, your Pokemon Card will gain another move from it’s Moveset.
Perfect Sync: Perfect Sync is the ultimate attack. When used, it can destroy almost anything. However, it adds 5 points to your Sync Rate.
SSR: SSR stands for Starting Sync Rate. SSR is the Sync Rate that a Pokemon will have when you first get it or evolve it.
Splicing: Splicing is the act of fusing Cards together to create new Cards. This can only happen when you use a Splice Card. A Recipe can help you know which Card you will make when Splicing.
Recipes: A Recipe shows you which Cards you need to Splice together to make certain Cards.
Location: An area of the Playing Field that you can teleport to from Warp Zones.
Warp Zone: When you are in a Warp Zone, you can use a Location Card to teleport to a Location.
Beach: A costal beach next to an ocean, near some high cliffs and west of the forest.
Forest: A huge forest west of the plains, east of the beach, and north of the desert.
Cave: A series of tunnels near the southeast border. You cannot go over it, because it is impossibly tall from the outside.
Snow Fields: A flat, snowy terrain that is relatively high up in the mountains. It is located in the southeast.
Plains: A flat, grassy plains, covering a huge amount of space on the Playing Field. It is east of the forest and north of the desert and snow fields.
Desert: A desert that is roughly in the center of the Playing Field.
Mountain: A mountain that is decently tall. It has the desert to the north, the caves to the east, and the ocean to the west.
Savannah: This is a small strip of land separating the desert from the forest and plains.
Islands: These islands have small beaches, and then have terrains much like the ones on the mainland. Unlike the caves on the mainland, the caves on the island are completely underground.
Great Game: This is a contest, in which participants fight for their lives.
Playing Field: This is the area where the Great Game takes place.
Waystations: A Waystation is a place where you can rest and stock up on survival items. If you stay in a Waystation for to long though, bad things might happen...
Moveset: A Moveset is a selection of Moves that you can pick from when you decrease your Sync Rate by 5 points. There are 4 different Moveset groups. You can get a move from the first Moveset group when you first get the opportunity to get a new move. You can get a move from the second Moveset group when you get the opportunity to get a new move for the second time. The same concept goes for third and fourth. You can still pick from previous Movesets if you wish to get a move from them that you didn’t learn but wanted anyways. Once you learn a move, you can never forget it (excluding if you evolve your Pokemon Card).