Thursday 15/11/2012, 05:36

Hi guys, so as you may have read...I hate the current ELO....alot. So I've decided to issue a challenge to those of you daring enough to be a man (or very strong woman) and step outside of your comfort zone.

My challenge is simple

Play in ELO with:
- No standard cards at all
- No cards that are considered definite staples

For instance my current deck is Montana/Fang pi

Filomena/Sharon/Rosa/Murphy
Ryuichi/Nakata/Rei/Chan

Now obviously 'definite staple' is very ambiguous...but I'll define it to 'no card that ever appears on the temp ban list'

Take All Stars for example
Randy/Robb Cr/Saki are definite staples...Karen and Kang are not

Challenge Issued

Wats_happenin

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Thursday 15/11/2012, 08:24

Sounds fun... ill step up
will do it next week
im guessing the goal is 1300+

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Thursday 15/11/2012, 11:08

I would accept this challenge however I am feeling Lucky this week in ELO, maybe even a top 100 (I hope) smiley

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Thursday 15/11/2012, 15:29

Tempting... I usually try to run at least one deck per week that has some unusual card combinations and "unplayable" cards. My highest scoring ELO deck had Tino AND Sayura in it. smiley Will try to cook something up next week.

I say we make it more interesting, though! Let's post screenshots of these untraditional decks winning games against good hands.

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Friday 16/11/2012, 04:20

Ahh you silly ELO sharks and your random decks. I once made it to 950 ELO using a 23* rainbow deck on an SOA heavy week before vowing not to do stupid decks in ELO ever again.

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Friday 16/11/2012, 06:45

I bet I could do at least 951 with that setup smiley

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Friday 16/11/2012, 23:17

Haha, just stop after 1 loss and you beat me smiley Kinda off topic, but how low can your ELO score go?

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Saturday 17/11/2012, 04:55

I saw a guild member get 600 odd once.

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Saturday 17/11/2012, 05:37

One of my french friends went to 571 or something smiley

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Saturday 17/11/2012, 06:47

OFC he was french too smiley

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