Im a little new and Im thinking of making a new deck I got Geist as the starting and aside from the starting cards i have
Im still a little new so i cant afford the more expensive cards
Im not sure if i should go mono GHEIST or half and if i go half im not sure what to half it with
Im making this for DT T1 because i assume T2 is a lot harder to win for new players
also should i put a Leader in it?
Thank you for any advice
With the 4 you already have I would add:
1) Bristone because a damage reducer is always nice.
2) Methane his power and damage are quite high. (if you can't afford him Dr Saw will do).
3) Vladimir Due to his high damage and minimum 1. (He is allow the only GHEIST 5* who costs under 2k).
4) Dolly poison is always helpful.
Thx for the advice
So you think i should go pure GHEIST?
To be honest.. i dont think you should go GHEIST at all.. they are good, but in no way a newb clan. i would rather have made a Montana, Rescue or all-star deck in the begining (im talking from experience, since i myself started up with a GHEIST deck when i started UR, and they are kinda tricky to play before your starting to get good at this game. )
Agree 100%, GHEIST are hard to play and with only budget cards nearly impossible. You can never go wrong with a mone Rescue, Montana, or Uppers clan and if you get skilled will regulary make 1200 in ELO, but to go farther you will need some of the higher end cards. Montana or Rescue are a good starting point though.
GHEIST is also a horrid choice right now with the sheer percentage of people playing Pirannahs right now, and Pirannah vs GHEIST is a horrid matchup for GHEIST.
Under that same token though, the suggestions of Montana & Rescue are also a bad idea for the same exact reason.
Right now, Skeelz & Vortex are your best options. Since they don't heavily rely on their bonus, their cards can do what they need to even under SOB with no confusion.
Another option is to ignore clans altogether and just play 8 guys who are the best in their star level. With such a large percentage of the field playing SOB, it's not that bad...