I've noticed that some of my cards seem to consistently lose battles, no matter what their attack. For example, my lvl4 XU52 with 8 pillz (total of 32 atk) just lost to a lvl1 Robin with 0 pillz. I'd say it was just chance, except that it happened again. And again. My XU52 card has lost to its opponent for the last SEVEN games STRAIGHT, and every time it had a significantly higher atk. I've noticed the same thing with my Candy Jack card, as well. It loses every time.
Are some cards more (or less!) likely to win than others, or am I just the unluckiest person alive?
Ok... Copper with no pillz versus Dorian with 12 and Copper wins. Thats a 9-104 chance I think! Or rather nine times out of a hundred and thirteen fights. Probably not the best victory but it just seemed so damn implausable I had to tell someone!
Ok that really came back to bite me on the ass! the next match I had a similar event. The one after that both my cards with six pillz lost to ones with none! 'Sorry' to Kartman and Bic29 but 'Thanks for the rematch' to Shane974!
Actually i just found out, that it all depends on what Clan or Faction your cards are in. For example, Bangers have a lower chance of success if they go againts a Sentinal or Upper, but they have a HIGH chance of winning if they go againts a Pussycat.
Who wins is not all about attack and power....
If you read the rules, there is an amount of chance in every fight.
(copy from the rules page)
"In a round, it's the Attack (ATK) of the characters that represents the chances of winning. If your character has an Attack of 10 and your opponent has the Attack of 5, it means that you have 10 chances over 15 to win, versus only 5 over 15 for your opponent."
A card with 1 attack still has a 2% chance to win agianst a card with 50 attack.
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