Give it a rest for a few days, it'll rise. Or if you have better things to do than waste your time climbing out of that hole, wait for next week
Surely any decks with roots/ gheists would work?
I've also noticed your fair play rating is absolutely horrendous meaning you time out an awful lot.
Just to let you know, this is frowned upon by many and you'll find it hard pressed finding a guild who won't mind a massive 15% of timed-out battles. :/
Is it really all that important to be in a guild?
I think they really need to make it so that surrenders don't count against your fair play rating. Especially in elo, half the time a win or loss is determined in the first two rounds. Why waste both you and your opponent's time (and clogging the servers) by dragging a game out?
I'm pretty sure only time-outs count.
Guilds are great places to learn the game, meet people, enter events, etc... you can play without it, of course, but you will be missing out on a rather large aspect of it.
The main point is, Deca, your timeouts are simply poor sportsmanship.
Unless you get them from bad internet connection or not paying attention to your game..
As Shadow Council has said, guilds make the game better, so I would advise to work on your FP rating just so that you could get into one. And hopfully they will not ignore your request to get a good elo score.
Shadowcouncil, don't agree at all. Poor sportsmanship? Abandoning a battle you know you're going to lose saves time for you and for your opponent. Nothing more sincere that recognizing you've lost a battle by abandoning it. What I really see lack of sportmanship is letting time going out instead of abandoning when the defeat is sure.