Help me and many some clintz!

Friday 02/05/2008, 17:56

I am looking for an experienced player to mentor me in the more advanced aspects of the game (Deck Building, ELO, Tourneys) in exchange for rares or clintz. I'm not a beginner and I was not born yesterday. I want solid tips and tricks, or a solid learning experience. The better the experience the better the pay/reward. If you are interested contact me.

Friday 02/05/2008, 18:47

Erm i could maybe help pm me

Friday 02/05/2008, 19:14

Ya i need some tips on how to get a lot of clintz
private message me.
thank you

Friday 02/05/2008, 19:58

I could probably help don't be fooled by my level.

Friday 02/05/2008, 20:04

If you want I can help you.

Reasons I think can help you
-I almost always break 1200 elo and have helped others break 1200 elo with ease.
-I used to be one of the main deck builder/advisor for my old guild
-I am on almost every day.
-When I still did tourneys competitively I used to place in the top hundred all the time.
-I take psychology classes and this is a game where you have to be able to tell what others are thinking.

PM me if you need my help.

Friday 02/05/2008, 21:17

Maybe i can help 2 im the top US elo dog i think? :weird:

Friday 02/05/2008, 22:14

The best way to learn is by yourself

Neosemi a great way to get a lot of clintz is the buy rare/uncommun cards from new bloods pack and wait a couple of weeks after they are no longer if these packs.

Assecro I think that 1200 in elo is...nearly nothing...
A great deck in Elo should break at least 1300 easily

Soliuz if I remember correctly you were qualified in the world championship for elo right? If so you are probably a wise choice^^

Saturday 03/05/2008, 00:29

Yes, the best way is to learn by yourself
I agree much w/ Redge, because even I did'nt read the rules XD
but I learned how to learn the game
but I recommend you to read the rules
and don't do what I did XD

Saturday 03/05/2008, 00:32

@ 7-redge-7 1200 is easy for some, but for many others, 1200 is impossible.

Saturday 03/05/2008, 00:45

Woops. hit the send too soon. Also, usually there are only 800-900 people out of 8000-9000 players have elo scores over 1200. That is only about 9%-11% of elo players.


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