It’s been several months we are discussing with you about it and we worked a lot on it to be able to release a well done and planned game mode.
We took your suggestions into account and the Standard will be released any day now.
A newsletter has been sent a minute ago to guild founders. On this newsletter we explain the format just as it will be when it’ll be released and several improvements (as a slightly different background for Standard format cards).
Don’t worry, we will explain everything in detail at the time of the official release.
Standard explanation should have been sent to everyone and posted.
My standard response to this is "meh, seems like a decent update".
The mix of t1 and t2 is bad for me.
The system put me times of fighting 3 5* card while I only use t1 deck.
This is crazy.
Yeah, hope that splits up. My 12* of guys vs 20*, knowing that's only half his deck?
Lil' bit unfair.
There is a chance that the 3 5* was still a T1 deck as it is possible to use 3 5*, as long as the other 5 cards are 2*, and yes a number of clans can pull this off, Piranas do it lovely out side of elo(due to the ban on their LD, so in elo she is replaced probably by Hawkins Noel)
Wont there be standard rooms for t2 DM?
Heck, right now, there's *one* standard room. Looks like Extended's popularity was far, far larger. Extended allows for ELO banned cards, and I don't *think* that there's a DT penalty, but I'm not sure.
Man oh man, gonna be a crazy week.
This is BS. I'm doing survivor, and I faced 4 T2 Decks in a row now...
LOL waks, I posted that on April Fool's day. It's all fake, the message just looks obviously "more fake" since it's stretched.
But I wonder... if I edit the clintz to display 12 million again. With all these glitches, will it actually register and give me 12 million clintz? mwahahahaha.
Nah, but on a serious note, I haven't played a game for this new format yet, but a question kinda came up. When you (or player A in this example) press quickbattle, what happens?
Does some RNG generate player A's hand (say out of a 25* deck, it generates a 15* hand), does it match player A with another player who generates a 14-16* (or something CLOSE to 15*) hand? Or does it simply pair players up based on total star count of the entire DECK? I've seen a lot of ppl complaining about unfair draws, so I'm just curious.
If I find out it's the latter, I'm coming back to complain LOL