Let's not use the term "newbie friendly" anymore, because people see the term and assume that I want newbies to be able to do as well as the experienced players in Elo
. That's not what I mean. It boils down to this: I feel all staple Elo
cards should be equally accessible to all players. And by equally accessible I mean, if a non-newbie can get it in a pack
, then so should a newbie, If a newbie has to pay a high price for it, then so should a non-newbie.
@vexedvox: I don't want cards that newbies can't afford to be banned. I want staple cards that newbies have to pay so much more for than non-newbies, and all the non-newbies seem to have, to be banned. He doesn't get many weekly ban votes because he's not that strong, but I'm suggesting his perma ban for reasons other than his strength.
@Agito_King: I know life isn't fair, but it's worth trying to make it fairer, isn't it? I hope I'm not seen as throwing a tantrum.
@wasteroftime: What was the price of Smokey Cr
before he became Cr? Let's estimate by taking the price of the most expensive non-Cr common in the game (I believe that's Sledg
) at 3K. Therefore, long time players can build your standard Piranas
half deck for 12K. For a newbie, building a comparable half deck like your Skeelz
and All Stars
examples takes twice that. That's a massive rate of inflation, no.
OK, 70 posts later, I hope I've made my case. I'm going to stop beating the dead horse now. Thanks for the responses, all.