Hello! My goal here to guide you towards the game format: Daily Tournament.
Daily Tournament is a game mode in Urban Rivals that has some restrictions on what you can use, but less restrictive compared to Survivor Mode.
In Daily Tournament, whether Type 1 or Type 2 format, you have 1 Hour to score as many points as possible. The more players there are the better the spread of Clintz, however the tougher it is to finish the Tournament in first place.
In Type 1, you will be pitted against Type 1 Opponents only. Likewise, Type 2 opponents will only face opponents in that room.
Ideally, a Tournament runs every hour and on the hour the Tourney ends, the next tourney will begin in an hour. In 24 Hours, there are 12 Tourneys you can attend to.
Now let us look at the 2 Tournament Formats:
-Your Deck cannot contain less than 8 characters.
-The sum of the characters levels in your Deck must not exceed 25.
-Your Deck cannot use the following 57 Character(s): Mechakolos Cr, DJ Korr Cr, General Cr, Raven, Kolos Cr, Emeth Cr, Lyse Teria Cr, Vickie Cr, Kiki Cr, GraksmxxT Cr, Jackie Cr, Clover, Clover Noel, Jeena, Uranus, Kalindra Cr, Vholt, Bridget, Shann Cr, Sabia, Spiaghi Cr, Arno, Ymirah Cr, Avola, Quetzal Cr, Spyke Mt, Alec Mt, Phoebe, Beck - Nena, Maana Cercei, Dr Norton Cr, Slyde Cr, Gil Cr, Serafina, Thormund, Behemoth, Judge Lynch, Nemo Mt, Roderick, Sue, Wendel, Shinobi, Robb Cr, Schatzi, John, Zaveli, Maximus, Dollum, Scarlacc, Death Adder, Floyd, Isatis, Mimmo, Sopiket, Lehane, Lea, Smokey Mt.
-Your Deck cannot contain any double characters
You can verify your deck for Type 1 Tourney by going to My Collection: Select Type 1 Tournament.
Tourney Type 1 to see the current list.
Type 2 Tourney:
Your Deck cannot contain less than 8 characters.
The sum of the characters levels in your Deck must be at least 26.
Your Deck cannot use the following 62 Character(s): DJ Korr Cr, Mechakolos Cr, General Cr, Raven, Ambre, Kolos Cr, GraksmxxT Cr, Jackie Cr, Clover, Clover Noel, Jeena, Uranus, Kalindra Cr, Vholt, Shann Cr, Sabia, Spiaghi Cr, Arno, Ymirah Cr, Quetzal Cr, Spyke Mt, Phoebe, Beck - Nena, Maana Cercei, Impera Sloane, John Doom, Rattle, Miyo, Brutus, Martha, Serafina, Lyse Teria Cr, Behemoth, Dr Norton Cr, Fisty Cent, Nemo Mt, Roderick, Raam, Schatzi, Zaveli, Judge Lynch, Joy, Shinobi, Oon Cr, Nekron, Butcher Braxton, Maximus, Death Adder, Dookor, Mona Cr, Vickie Cr, Lehane, Copper Cr, Marco Cr, Dollum, Sopiket, Scarlacc, Aegis, Josephine, Melody, Hugo, Eyrik.
-Your Deck cannot contain any double characters
You can verify your deck for Type 2 Tourney by going to My Collection: Select Type 2 Tournament.
Tourney Type 2 to see the current list.
So why play Daily Tournament:
-You would want a chance to earn a lot of Clintz. You can obtain as much as 15K for being in the top 25, even with few players.
-Just placing in the Top 150 gives you Tokenz
-If you place in the Top 1/3 of players participating, you will obtain 1 Credit. (Credits can be used to get packs to get good cards)
With that, I hope this Guide will help you in Daily Tournament.
edited by Rowdy MOB Cr monday 18/06, 09:00
Obtaining Points in DT:
Every competitive game mode has an objective for you. In this case, it is to obtain the most points in a 60 minute timeframe. However, it is important to know how to get the points in the first place:
When you play DT, you get points depending on whether you win a fight or not.
Every round presents you with the opportunity to obtain points if you beat your opponent`s card.
Below is an overview of how much points you can get for winning rounds
Score Conditions Overview:
Victory: It is calculated by this formula: (25 - Number of Stars (★) at hand)
Draw: 5 Points
Loss: 3 Points
Points from Rounds:
When you use a 4★ Card to beat a 1★ Card
When you use a 5★ Card to beat a 1★ or a 2★ Card
(1 Point for beating any card which is 3 or 4 levels below the card you have played)
When you use a 2★ Card to beat a 1★ Card
When you use a 3★ Card to beat a 1★ Card or a 2★ Card
When you use a 4★ Card to beat a 2★ Card or a 3★ Card
When you use a 5★ Card to beat a 3★ Card or a 4★ Card
(2 Points for beating any card which is 1 or 2 levels below the card you have played)
When you use a 1★ card to beat a 1★ Card
When you use a 2★ Card to beat a 2★ Card
When you use a 3★ Card to beat a 3★ Card
When you use a 4★ Card to beat a 4★ Card
When you use a 5★ Card to beat a 5★ Card
(3 Points for beating any card which is the same Level as the card you have played)
When you use a 1★ card to beat a 2★ Card
When you use a 2★ Card to beat a 3★ Card
When you use a 3★ Card to beat a 4★ Card
When you use a 4★ Card to beat a 5★ Card
(4 Points for beating any card which is 1 level above the card you have played)
When you use a 1★ card to beat a 3* Card or a 4* Card
When you use a 2★ Card to beat a 4* Card or a 5* Card
When you use a 3★ Card to beat a 5* Card
(5 Points for beating any card which is 2 or 3 levels above the card you have played)
When you use a 1★ card to beat a 5★ card
(6 Points for beating any card which is 4 levels above the card you have played)
Where “ ★ ” represents the Number of Stars or Level of a card being played.
In addition, you can get bonus points:
2 Points for winning Round 4
1 Point for winning by KO.
Notes about points:
-A common misconception I feel some players have is that they need to win as many fights as possible to get points. That is not always true as if more lower stars can win, this gives you more points.
-There are cases where you get more points compared to an opponent even if you lose to them. This is particularly when you win rounds with low star cards against their high star cards.
-One of the biggest challenges faced is choosing between low star and high star decks. Low star decks give more points for winning, but can be tough to win with. On the other hand, high star decks are easier to win matches with, but give less points for winning with them.
-If you are very sure you are going to lose the match, try not to let your opponent beat a card with many stars. You are not getting points for losing a round, so you might as well prevent your opponent from getting more points.
edited by Rowdy MOB Cr tuesday 19/06, 03:24
Log of Staff Ban Explanations:
March 20 2018
Tourney Type 2, added to the ban list:
Tourney Type 2, removed from the ban list:
Tourney Type 1, added to the ban list:
Tourney Type 1, removed from the ban list:
Tourney Type 2:
Recently, tourney Type 2 revolved a bit too much on the usage of Judge Lynch, Schatzi and Zaveli splashed, paired with 5 or 6 cards of another clan.
We don’t like splash cards to be too popular and this is why we decided to add to the ban list those 3 cards, the same thing we did with similar cards like Phoebe, Beck - Nena and Spyke Mt.
For the most used clans, Bangers and Hive were the most popular options.
We decided to add Joy, Shinobi and Oon Cr to the ban list.
Last but not least, we added both Nekron and Butcher Braxton to the ban list. The reason is that these cards are against the logic of a TQ, and players using these cards would make the matches unnecessary long and frustrating for competitive players.
Tourney Type 1:
Compared to tourney Type 2, in Type 1 high level cards are not played that much since they don’t award the player too many points.
The only exception to this rule was Shinobi, who proved to be extremely popular in Bangers decks.
There was a bit of a ‘trio’ of clans dominating TQ type 1 recently: Bangers, All Stars and Uppers (since the release of McLayton).
We decided to add to the banlist one card for each of those clans: Robb Cr, Shinobi and Wendel.
We’ve also added Schatzi to the ban list, as he was popular as a splash card here as well.
Last but not least, we decided to restore Lehane by banning John and to restore Floyd by banning Glover, to slightly boost those clans who aren’t too much played at the moment.
We considered a return of Avola as well, but first we want to observe the impact of Mimmo in the DT meta.
Source: Tourney Update
edited by Rowdy MOB Cr tuesday 20/03, 11:36