offline Drexylsaurus Senior Legendary Domination
Thursday 14/04/2011, 21:09

If you are playing in no random and your attack is the same as your opponent it comes down to two factors.

1. level: the stars on your character are the first factor, the lower level will always win
2. turn: if your card was played first in the round and the cards level and attack are the same then it comes down to who played their card first.

these tips seem simple and were probably explained in some of the beginning lessons they teach u when you start but many forget them and are surprised when they lose the round.

offline 0 Xavi Titan Wise Men Distracted
Friday 15/04/2011, 05:16

smiley I never knew!

offline 0 Pride Imperator URBAN MADNESS
Friday 15/04/2011, 09:17


offline Avoid-50-50 Titan E X C A L I B U R
Friday 15/04/2011, 11:05

Thank you kind sir for your words of wisdom

offline Kate Urban Rivals Staff   starstarstarstarstar
Friday 15/04/2011, 12:27

It's in FAQ. And some other useful things to know too. People should read it.

offline HotShot888 Guru  
Friday 15/04/2011, 13:02

This should be sticky.. We get a "OmG I alWAYs lose WhN atTaKC is eqUklal in no-RNdmom" thread every single day

offline Shook 0nes Veteran Evolution
Friday 15/04/2011, 13:48

Also don't 4get the pills!!!! another factor that affects who card defeats the other is which card used the most pills that round, it is a random factor that occurs and can only come to a conclusion with the above listed(and what i said)smiley

offline Soundtrack-HW Imperator humanoid weapons
Friday 15/04/2011, 15:19

the pills determine the attack of the cards not who wins the round,
I could use 12 pills on a card and lose to card a card who only used 4.

offline Kyledon Veteran  
Saturday 16/04/2011, 02:12

What Soundtrack said. LOL

offline HonorGuard Titan  
Saturday 16/04/2011, 17:29

@Soundtrack: Yep gotta love Bob Joby
@OP: Since the intelligence level in this thread is not revoltingly low, I think I'll give you a bump, and honestly UR should at the very least update their tutorial with a "for more details, refer to FAQ" message or something

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