From now on, you can play Deathmatch mode in Standard format; the rules and wins will be the same as in Extended format (to find out more about Standard format, click here). And, given the low number of players in Extended 25, we have decided to remove it from the list of formats available in Deathmatch mode. Finally, we have also decided to ban Ambre in Standard format and this will apply to all the different game modes. Happy gaming to you all!
UR definitely needs a way to use the old 2's and 3*'s. There aren't a whole lot playable in extended, or ELO. really the only ones possible in Type extended are Bonnie Ld, C Wing, Uranus, Zatman, Olga, Lyse Teria Cr, Mona, Robb Cr, Sigma, and maybe some of the 8/4 no abilities. Sounds like a large variety, but seriously, any mode variant that has the main qualities of type 1 wouldbe nice(you know, extended with 25*'s? Kinda reminds me of extended 25...). Nowadays, cards like Arkn, Arno, and Ulrich are pretty much unusable... If UR is truly listening, they'll cut out this standard junk and replace it back with t1 and t2... Or better yet, add the old rooms that they had before... Your decision UR... Are you going to fix this madness? Or will you just let your players dwindle and have tactics in UR die...
Amber out support that all the way, however removal of Extended 25 totally disagree with that.
Well actually at the moment it doesn't matter as it seems 25 doesn't work in any room extended or standard, just met an 19* on table in Standard 25 DM, but I often encounter 18 or 19 star on table decks in many rooms (and not since yesterday, but before that).
Can we please get the 25 star rooms back, no automatic selection but a real room.
I like standard and extended idea, but T1 and T2 I like more, so if they can be combined great, if not I prefer the old system.
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