It seemed a morning like any other, if you chose to ignore the thousand and one catastrophes raining down on Clint City, which was definitely a thousand too many.
After having read the mysterious letter posted under your door in which you are asked to SAVE the World, you throw yourself into this final fray to Rescue Clint City.
Fill up the Community Rescue Gauge to win the trust of this character and see him added to your collection!
Click here to find out all there is to know about this new cataclysmic event and save Clint City from catastrophe!
edited by elocau friday 08/02/2013, 22:06
I'd have to disagree with you on that one.
Pilzken's missions required you to have certain ability cards in groups of 8 and win. No beginner could have had 8 +pills cards, 8 + life cards, 8 poison cards etc. Romana and Uchtul's missions were more friendly towards the beginners. Romana's mission required you to buy 1 cheap card and just win, and for uchtul you only needed a deck of an single category and just use it.
Romana and Uchtul required for you to do good in only 1 guage.
Whereas for Pilzken you needed to do good in all categories of abilities, in all gauges, and end up in the top 100/200 of the overall rankings.
There is no way beginners could accomplish that.
Actually it didnt ''require'' anything, you got 3 points for winning a fight throughout the event, 2 bonus points were given if you applied the correct ability or competed in the correct room etc, and to be fair, no level 8 player will be winning a card in events like this anyway, even the uchtul and Romana events.
Of course not. And to be fair, you would also need to stay up playing UR at least 18 hours out of 36. Maybe even more. And it favoured those who happened to be on a such timezone that allowed playing during the hours that had the event on during both of the days. And those who had to work during the weekend were at a clear disadvantage.
I never saw anythinga bout how to win the card... no message about how far a bar needed to go, or the total bar. I broke 200 for two events (I had to work both days, so squeezing 6 hours of my limited time off into that was *quite* hard!) but I didn't get anything.
I have no idea how the points worked. How they were earned, yes, but not what the progress bars meant.
Confused, Snake Plisken-less, but ready for whatever comes next. Yar!
i was just making a point that i got Uchtul when i was level 35 or less, and due to that i was able sell him and buy respectable cards and progress in UR. With such resources i had then i could never have gotten Pilzten now.
Nice points.But I compared the Romana Uchtul events with the pilzten event to show that they were more beginner friendly than this one. What you compared was...well... nothing.