For those people that have trouble deciding on a Leader, I've made an interesting discovery.
Since having more than one Leader on the team cancels the effects, it's easy to think that you shouldn't put more than one Leader in your team. But actually, I've calculated differently.
70 possible teams can be made from a deck of 8 cards.
If you have one Leader in your deck, 35 teams (i.e. half) can be made that include the Leader.
If you have two leaders, then 15 teams can be made with no leaders, and 15 with both.
That leaves 40 teams with only one Leader.
I'm not sure where exactly to post this, but I keep having an issue where I get a pop-up box telling me "A Script In This Movie Is Casuing Flash To Run Slowly" and asks if I want to abort the script. No matter what I do the window freezes and I have to open a new one. I have downloaded the latest version of flash and IE and it's still happening. Any ideas? Is this a known issue?
Is there a way to look at a character card to see the different levels before purchasing. For example say there is a level 1 character that has a three level potential with an ability at level 3. Is there a way to look at the level three version so that I can see what the ability is before buy it on the market.
Through some random pack grabs, I've wound up with more than a few cards from off-clans than I'd like, so at the very least I'm levelling them up for resale. Sometimes, with a 4* or 5* card, an earlier evolution is worth more on market sale than the higher evolutions.
I can understand this in some cases, Copper, Vladimir, and Tafa gain their abilities at less than full evolution (The latter two being completely sold out at their mature level), making them more suitable for T1 play, but Peeler is confusing the hell out of me: 5* card, gaining ability at 5*, but devalues fairly badly when he hits 5*. I know from experience it takes a fair amount of time level from 4~5, so why accept anything less than fully-evolved if it means someone else has done all the work for you?
So what's the reason behind some cards devaluing at higher levels when that's when they mature?
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