Higher attack, but lost? clare louise - Veteran - Monday 03/01/2011, 13:09
I had a quick scan and couldn't see anything on this, but apologies if there are some threads somewhere.
I just finished playing the T1 type tournament, and had around 10 games. In four of those games, I had a round where I had the higher attack but I still lost the round. Why is this? In these games I never had any rounds which I won with a lower attack.
Is the winner of a round random sometimes? In some cases I had an attack 10 higher then my opponent, but I still lost. Is this correct?
Thanks for any help with this question. I'm just really confused. Especially since it happened 4 times in one tournament,
"In the event of equal attacks in a non random room, the player controlling the lower level character wins the round. If both the characters are at the same level, then the player controlling the attacking character wins."
You must've been playing with normal mode. .
In normal mode, the random factor applied, "the higher your attack, the higher your -chances- to win". .
So if you have 20 attack, your opp have 16 attack, then you have a win probabilities with 20/36, or around 55%. .
So its just your luck or not. .
If you have a win probabilities of 67% or more, then you absolutely win that round. .
E.g. : you have 20 attack, your opp have 10 attack, then you have 20/30, or 67% chances. .
In that case, you'll win the round. .
To make it easy, if your attack >= 2x your opp attack, then you'll win the round. .
Thanks for that response ALG_Rairyukami. I never realised that there was a probability chance. It is a little annoying when you never seem to win any of these rounds though! Hopefully it will even out.
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