9 complementary, efficient characters for just 60 creditsWith these 9 characters, you’ll have two different Decks to play with, each made up of 8 cards. The first one, that has 25 stars, can be played in ELO and T1, while the second one with its 28 stars can be played in T2. And of course both these Decks can be played in open mode.And of course you can modify and improve these Decks with your own cards. However, if you’re just starting out in the game, we advise you to wait until you’ve played a few rounds with the Decks before you start making changes to them.
You guys do realize this is for newer players, that don't really know all that much about building decks. You do right? Please tell me you do.
And what a horrible idea to put expensive cards in them. If one of the packs came with a Kolos, that would totally make his value pointless. If I could 100% always get a expensive card for 60 credits I would do that everytime. Then again after a month or so the "expensive" card won't be "expensive" anymore, because it's super easy to get one and people would be selling him like mad. Making his/there value go down in a flash.
The way these cards are described in their respective shop pages reminds me of how that guy described his Globumm in the Globumm trade up.
Although,i do think that the newer players could get a great start if they buy 60 credits... By serbian prices,that is around 2.7 EUR.. Not too much indeed. I am a very big fan of Stanly, Miranda, and Owen. If i had started with them,i would be one very happy person.
I agree with Nintendan,if you put Kolos in a pack like this,that would mean you would certainly get 55k clintz for 60 credits,which would render clintz-for-credits buying obsolete and forgotten. Also,Kolos' value would be utterly pointless. he would eventually go down to 5k in a month and 3k in 2 more.
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