What should a beginner do? Tief Blau - Veteran - Saturday 03/03/2007, 05:59
I just began playing this game today and I believe that I%u2019ve started off fairly well participating in two tournaments ranking in the top 40 my first time (where I started in the middle of the tournament) and within the top 25 in the second. My starting cards consist of Natrang, Brutox, Meyen, Vryer, Flyer, Diego, Wanda, Globumm. I've levelled all my characters to their maximum potential.
Since I entered the Safe Neighbourhood players seem to have become harder and continuously fighting other players doesn%u2019t seem to be beneficial anymore. I can win around 40% of the time with gains of around 20xp per win and 7 or less Clintz. Oh and I Don%u2019t have a means of paying for credits and I Don%u2019t especially plan to either. At this rate I doubt that participating in tournaments will earn me a decent amount of Clintz, though I guess if I stay in the top half of the rankings I%u2019ll still be able to get a single credit. So I%u2019m wondering what step I should take next.
Any suggestions? Although I have 3 cards from the GHEIST clan, the Stop Opp Ability bonus doesn't sound that great so I'm not sure whether I should purchase any more GHEIST clan cards. Oh and my Clintz isn't all that plentiful either so I guess I'm on a budget of sorts.
Just keep playing and have fun, save your clints and don't buy anything until you save 20 credits to buy a pack. With the cards that you have... i suddgest you get the Danger Pack, it has the most expensive cards and your deck is leaning towards GHEIST.
GGs and have fun bro!
I really would suggest finding away to spend atleast the bare minimum (2.50 USD) once and getting a starter from the shop, aside from getting you alot of cards and usually atleast 1 rare, once you've done that you can sell cards which is the fastest way to get the cards you actually want. With out the ability to sell cards its a very long grind toward getting the cards you want.
With out doing that I would suggest being patient, watch the market for the cheapest prices. GHEIST do have one of the less imrpessive bonus, but to be fair in the higher levels almost every character you run into has an ability, and many times negating it devatates the character so they're not all bad, but they're defiantly not one of the easier to use teams for beginners.
The cards you got is a bug in the games. when you start playing you get 1 lv 5, 2 lv 4 and the rest is depends on how good the 2lv 4 and the 1 lv 5 is. the deck you got ive got 3 or 4 times when i wanned to start a new. i will suggest that even if it is anoying that you make a new acount
Hello nezinams every deck is not weak as it is as long as u have the strategy u will win...hmmm when i was still cant buy credits i always play daily tourneys if u can make it to the half-20 times u can buy a booster moreover if u can make it to top 25 much better
Well actually it's not that I'm so poor or uptight that I can't afford $2.50 USD but the options for paying in my country are somewhat limited and the only way for my to pay right now seems to be through SMS. And is it true that some people do get two level 4s and one level 5 to start off with or has this been changed?
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