I dont think you get the point stormwind, this is supposedly a STRATEGY GAME!!! Where players depend on the values prsented to them in the cards. I'm just pointing out that its frustrating to be beaten by luck rather than skill and i notice that it happen in this game a lot of times. If you want luck, go to a casino!! Let's see your luck there.
I think the concept of sarcasm has gone past you Boy Bastos. I already know my luck sucks, and I've had it proven to me many a time in EVO matches where stupid crap happens on a regular basis.
I assure you, I don't like the random factor that appears in regular matches any more than you do. But I'd like you to show me a TCG that in no way shape or form luck isn't involved in.
When you can do that.. then you have a valid agruement.
Well, there's a large luck aspect even beyond combat: your hand. for example, when I'm in ELO, if I get Jackie and
Yayoi, I might as well have won unless they have Pussycats. and if I get Graksmxxt and Uranus, they need stop opp
ability guys to stand a good chance. Also, who goes first, at least in ELO, is pretty much luck. And if you don't feel
like spending a lot of money on this game, what cards you have in the first place is largely luck. so if we're going to
be complaining about losing 40 v. 4 fights, lets also complain that our opening lineup can't always be DJ Korr,
General, Kiki, Vickie. that is so unfair, Fraggle. perhaps we could do something about that?
Who chooses cards firt is based on who challenges. Challenger goes first. Who Attacks first after you choose a card is based on how many pills each has. The card with the higher number of pills will attack first.
And yes it does matter which card attacks first, because some cards can kill the other in one attack, others in two -- other cards are better at defense so they can make a strong attack less effective. If you have an attacker card on defense it has a high chance of losing as a defensive card on defense.
"Knowing when to take a hit, and how to wait, is more important then luck."
When the "randomness" kicks in, strategy takes the back door out. I can't count the times that has happened to me. When this happens, it really takes out the fun in the game. By the way, don't use Dorian as your last card. 6 out of 10 he always loses even with 6 pillz. He sucks.