offline AGPrinz Colossus The BeSharps
Thursday 23/05/2013, 01:25

Does anyone else think making their min 4 would be much more balanced? They seem to be very overpowered lately...

offline WMDuessel Guru Wise Men Distracted
Thursday 23/05/2013, 06:56

I personally think changing an 8-year old bonus is out of the question at this point. Uppers are good, but not as overpowered as other attack manipulation clans *cough* Sakrohm *cough*

Good deck, I have a preset of the same deck, but with Zhu Tang instead of Ralph, for gap purposes.

offline kidUSA Master  
Thursday 23/05/2013, 07:56

I am confused WMDuessel, how is Sakrohm's -8 min 3 more overpowered than the Uppers -10 min 3.

offline WMDuessel Guru Wise Men Distracted
Thursday 23/05/2013, 08:03

What I meant was this, Sakrohm as a clan is more powerful than Uppers right now, despite having a weaker bonus

offline badna0 Imperator  
Thursday 23/05/2013, 08:11

This. You have two of the best DR's in the game and which are two of the best for their star count (Graksmxxt and Uranus), the broken abomination that is Mokra, and a solid supporting cast that includes Murray.

Petra? Aleister? Sigma? The thing about Sak is they have solid cards at pretty much every star count.

offline badna0 Imperator  
Thursday 23/05/2013, 08:14

Given that this is the Elo forum, cross out what I said about Graks and Sigma. Regardless, the core of Sakrohm is unbelievably strong. No Elo worthy card(s) in Uppers really has the impact that Mokranus do together.

offline AmberRed1994 Guru Limit Break
Thursday 23/05/2013, 08:56

Their bonus is a bit unfair, but then they have a degree of dependence on it, especially Rubie and Nellie, which makes 5/3, 6/2 or 6/1/1 splits more optimal (for me at least, had success with 6/1/1 splashing Cyb Lhia and Spiaghi).

offline Thoazol Mediator Wise Men Distracted
Thursday 23/05/2013, 11:21

I played around with the idea of Uppers having a min of 5. It would pretty much fall down to Ace and Sakrohm beating them at 0 pillz and that's about it.

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