Win 50 matches with the Piranas. Complete 25 knock-outs with Copper. Finish in the top 100 of a Tournament or simply complete 5 fights. Whatever characters you have and whatever your level, the missions await you. Complete them to win prizes and Mission Points that will allow you to see just how talented you are compared to your friends.
From now on, hundreds of different missions are available. Some are visible and some are invisible until you’ve completed them, while others must be unlocked by certain conditions. It’s up to you to find out how…
The missions await you
I have a quick question... I used to see that I could work on certain missions, such as "do x damage with x character" in the training room. A good example being Candy Jack. Until recently, that would work, but the last few days I havent seen any damages from Candy Jack apply toward that mission. Did something change?
@Riff Moonraker - Yes. What I heard (and if anyone else has different information, please feel free to correct me!) was that a nasty thing that people used to do was to pill up Candy Jack on the first round (all 12), getting the damage points towards the mission, then either leaving the match (thus forfeiting) or letting the time run out (thus forfeiting). Either way, they were playing poorly and people were howling with rage and frustration, so they made some missions unachievable in the training rooms.
In fact, now that I think about it, I believe that most missions no longer work in the training rooms. Can anyone confirm or deny this fact? (Perhaps one of the UR-gods?)
@Pimp-Daddy-Thanks for the info. Makes sense, I suppose... heck, sometimes I would pill out Candy Jack, or any other character that I had that I really wanted to win for a missions purpose, but I would never leave the match afterwards, and would sit there and take the beating I would so rightly deserve for spending all my pills at the beginning. I figured that was only fair. But I have seen people doing what you are talking about, and its frustrating... its just a shame that the ones that play by the rules get popped for others bad actions, too.