Maybe disallow players with -20 points and less form continuiing to play that particular collisseum
+ a rule which drains points from ppl who dont read the rules (like minus points for KO in this case)?
That said - I love the format. It is the more creative yet and makes for some very interesting deck-building opportunities...
Unfortunately, the majority of the players in UR appear to have the comprehension of a 3-year old... they do not understand the scoring rules (or simply did not read them) and are going for the KO instead of attempting to win without KOing...
I understand that a KO can happen without intending it to... it happens which makes this format fun... but when players are playing Ambre and furying to KO in round 1, it's just stupid.
I have seen some very creative decks so far... unfortunately, most of what I see are high damage - high star decks that make it obvious that people need to stay in school...
Just played my 25th round...out of those only 4 actually built a proper deck for this event
Majority of them just OHKO me
There are also a few who played 2HKO life gain decks...imagine them discovering that they've ended up with negative scores at the end of the event
I would like to suggest that UR add a feature to the Coliseum mode room selection. When a user click on the Coliseum mode option, a pop-up screen should be used to notify about the scoring rules and/or deck restrictions (something like the news pop-up screen). The user have to scroll down to the end to click on an "OK" button before proceeding into the room. This does not guarantee all users will read the rules but at least it will reduce the amount of those who don't.
The format is awesome. To bad there are so many illiterate fools out there who dont understand strategy, the same guys who ko you are the ones pushing on the door thats says pull........maybe u should explain it with cave drawings and hand gestures????
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