I was playing in the tourney just then but it wouldn't go into the game (Even though it was making noises), since the tournament wasn't finished I kept trying to reconnect and apparently I've D/C'd from 2 games in succession which is really annoying. Is there any way this can be reversed?
The Deck relies on using frozens revenge power combined with Berzerk's Initial damage to get the job done .
The problem is , i only recently started playing again [i play fantasy rivals now adays] and just put in 2 new cards [Ramapah and Yodd] coz i liked 'em.
I am just not sure how well the deck will hold up and hence came to u guy for some advice
I am having a hard time understanding this game and the concepts of winning and losing a specific round inside of a battle. I have scoured the forums for answers to my questions before posting and I have read the FAQ's and the game rules as well. I do not remember if it was in the FAQ or the game rules that i read this but it said that "this game has absolutely no randomness in it." I am playing in NON random battles and my understanding for the winning card in a round is as follows:
-The card with the higher attack always wins. It has happened to me once that i had an attack power of 16 after all bonuses and abilities were accounted for and the opponent had and attack power of 10 after all bonuses and abilities were accounted for. I lost this battle playing in NON random.
-Next is the way a winner is determined when the attack power is equal. I read that winner is the card with the lesser amount of stars will win with. If the stars are the same, then the attacker will win the battle. This problem has occurred to me 3 different times. Twice i have had a card maxed out with 3 stars and 4 stars and my opponent had a card maxed out with 5 stars both times and we both had equal attack power. I lost both of these match ups. Next i had the attack with equal stars and equal power and lost so I assumed i was wrong in my definition of attacking, but I later had a battle where I was defending and the opponent still won with equal stars and attack power. Please help me.
So I'm playing some casual standard DT's with a strange but pretty ok deck.
Congratulations! You finished 17th in the last Daily Tournament with 539 Battle Points
Congratulations! You finished 6th in the last Daily Tournament with 579 Battle Points.
Congratulations! You finished 6th in the last Daily Tournament with 559 Battle Points.
Congratulations! You finished 14th in the last Daily Tournament with 530 Battle Points.
Congratulations! You finished 11th in the last Daily Tournament with 502 Battle Points.
Congratulations! You finished 4th in the last Daily Tournament with 578 Battle Points.
That last one didn't "catch" a 37 points win which would've had me 3rd.
Most of the time I make a lot of mistakes and stupid plays, but mostly lose to newbies and weak hands since I can't predict them. I also tend to go 4 rounds more than it's wise. I beat Sentinel, Uppers, Hurracan, Frozn, Junkz, Berserk and Junta pretty consistently, and well, I'm not terrible I guess since I keep placing around the top 10. With less mistakes I'd be top 5 pretty much every time. Most of the guys above me are a win or so away.
But the Leader ALWAYS has about 100-150+ on me. It's making me feel like I'm sh*t and shouldn't even be playing this game. What in the world are the guys who are winning so hard playing? I can't tweak the deck further, and I don't have to - I only lose to myself pretty much. But if there's an even stupider deck out there I'm really curious about what is it...
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