I got a question on guilds. Maybe there is a page I didn't find on em, and if there is, could ya tell me. Well anyways I was wondering when someone joins the guild, do I have to accept something somewhere? Or is it the game peoples jobs to do that?
Care to join a friendly, new guild, where the players accually play fast? Well you found it. Join us now, and get a free... A free... A free hug? Lol Sorry get nothing from us, except friendly chat and fun playing.
The words in the fighting list and those screens have a black shade now. Now it looks like it is from poor quality. Is it a problem with my pc or is it something the admins changed? If it is something the admins changed, what do u think of it? I think it is damn ugly!
As a way to reduce the influence of "evo-ing" characters during tournaments as a mean to win it, we made some
- New rule: during tournament time, you'll get only 5 points per level up per characters (ANY level up, even from 4 to 5)
- New room: for thoses who wants to win a lot of points (to level up themselves) but couldn't care less about
tournament, we added a new room "Lost Warehouse" where you can play with all the bonuses and everything, but
battles don't count for tournaments (either ELO or Daily). Take it as an evoing/training room.
You can now choose NOT to play in ELO even if you fullfill all of the ELO rules.
The option will appear above your cards in "My Deck" if your active deck is valid for ELO and if you are level 20 or more.
If through the random game choice you end up with 4 maxed out characters,and your opponent doesn't, then place all your pillz in the first round where you have the choice of character, so that your opponent can then split his pillz evenly between his remaining unmaxed cards to level them up. For example: I have 4 maxed out cards in play, and go first. I choose a card and place all 12 pillz in it, so my opponent can then split his pillz 4 each for the last three rounds. If I went first in the second round and not the first, then I'd place all my pillz on the second card, so that my opponent could split his 6 remaining pillz between his third and fourth cards. That way, the person in most need of points can gain them, and will easily understand that he can split his pillz without worrying about being knocked out by maxed out, high damage cards facing him.
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