I wanted to take a much closer look at the Hero and Basic Unit cards with you guys. Lets start with the basic unit first, which is on the right. Each basic unit is fairly simple to understand. As you can see there are four rows of different colored studs. These studs represent that units stats. Red represents health, blue is physical strength/magic damage, yellow is armor, and gree is magic resist. the clear studs that are added are used for when you use either stat increasing items or for when your unit is hit by a stat decreasing effect. Each unit also comes equipped with a small backpack which can carry some potions and a few weapons. And that basically covers all there is for the basic unit.
Now moving onto the Hero card. Like the basic unit, its stats are represented by the same four colors, but are much higher. you'll notice on the bottom that there are three brown tiles and one while one. Those are the spots where you would place the tiles that depict your hero's abilities. The brown tiles are for the activatable abilities, and the white one is the passive ability thats always active. Like the basic unit, the Hero also comes with a backpack to carry things, but this one is double the size, so you can carry items like treasure chests back to the shop to reap their rewards inside. I actually have one of those chests sitting in this hero's inventory right now. It's the brown box with a yellow tile on top. That tile also signifies that that chest is magically sealed and can't be opened without a barrier breaker key. One last thing to point out is the red tile next to the Hero. That tile is used to pair any basic unit up with your hero. When you pair a unit up with a hero, that basic unit can't attack anymore while paired up, but grants the Hero a stat boost based on what the basic units most dominant stat is. What ever it is, it is always a +2 to the hero.