Saying I had enough credits for a Titanium pack, Should I buy a pot of crack(Lol jk),The titanium pack or straight up clintz? (If I am to buy the titanium pack,which 4 clans would help earn the most amount of clintz?
Buying clintz is probably the least efficient way, unless you get really bad luck (but with 5 rares I can't see that). For Titanium, I know that GHEIST is one of the best options, and I'd also suggest Frozn and Vortex for their expensive cards. The last is up to you, depending on which clan you want more of, whether you think Junta, Berzerk, or Nightmare are worth more (and whether you think you'll pull the really expensive ones), etc.
But with the prices in the market, Rares arent really that good unless its something like Kolos with instant gib abilities or Dregn? Im currently weighing out the advantages and disadvantageszbethor amount of clintz needed to get Lizbeth. However out of the 30 cards from the four clans, I can assume that around 60% of the cards would have prices below 2000 which turns me offOverall, market it poor with only up to 5000players minimum online.
Personally i used to stick with the 295 cred one cos it gave the most cards for your creds
however, the new packs kinda made that a moot point, so go for the new packs imho. Any of the new pack seems just as good, so don't worry about it.
and it's basically what ritz is saying: NEVER buy clintz with creds.... the joy of opening a pack and chancing those creds for much higher returns are better than going for the fall back position (clintz)
Newbloods have prices which depreciate rapidly within 1 month so if im not looking at the market... Ahhh crap. Elite pack is better than titanium pack though. Did the math 5.6 Credits CHEAPER through elite ALSO A guurentee(is this how you spell it?) of 8 rare cards instead of 5 with the same amount of credits spent. So yeah... I CALL Hax from the Rescue Clan.Elite packs are better.
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