9 complementary, efficient characters for just 60 creditsWith these 9 characters, you’ll have two different Decks to play with, each made up of 8 cards. The first one, that has 25 stars, can be played in ELO and T1, while the second one with its 28 stars can be played in T2. And of course both these Decks can be played in open mode.And of course you can modify and improve these Decks with your own cards. However, if you’re just starting out in the game, we advise you to wait until you’ve played a few rounds with the Decks before you start making changes to them.
Bad Idea, You Guys Shoulda Made Cards Special To Each Pack, Like The All-Star Pack Comes With A New All-Star Card Which Is Only Exclusive To That Specific Pack, And Must Be Sold On the Market At A Set Price Of Like 15,000 Clinz, & A Player Can Only Own One Copy Of That Card At A Time!
It's an excellent idea. I know I had no idea how to build a deck when I first started. For those who say 60 credits is way too much, it's nine cards. How else would you get nine cards via packs? Buying three packs for 20 credits each. Props to the staff for looking out for the newer players.
As someone else said, 60 credits right now might be "fair" for the avg market value of the cards, but the static nature of the decks means the prices will go down and then it becomes overpriced very quickly.
Last 2 announcements were completely worthless... Summer events where you can't win a reward, and new pack with mediocre cards for high price... I don't see how can new player collect 60 credits (apart from buying them). By the time he has 60 credits, he wouldn't be exactly a "new player". And why would experienced player waste 60 credits for these packs... So if these packs were intended for new players, 60 credits is a bit too much. Or maybe UR only wanted to push them to BUY more credits...
Well, at least, tomorrow we have new cards... Finally something exciting
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