I broke down. I bought creds and then packs. Just racked up enough tourn plays to pay for another pack, and now I am wondering what is the best method for "buying in"? For the 20C packs, it is obvious that you are attempting to buy the packs that correspond to the clan you want, but what is the real spread on rare/unc/com? 1/3/8?
Additionally, just wondering if it is better to buy "Full Deck" packs (guaranteed 5-star, which are usually worth at least 1k), or you have a better payoff long-term with the smaller 20C packs. I've gotten a couple bad and a couple good with the 20Cs, but my last one was rather... disheartening.
I play(ed) MtG, so I am used to packs with 1R,3U,11C. Does the 50C packs have a different collation from the 20C, or is the collation the same, with the inclusion of an "additional" 5-star char?
Here's the problem: my deck is currently a 3/3/2 split between 3 clans. I think I want to adjust the deck, maybe dropping one clan entirely. But I'm not sure which clan to drop, or which cards to sell off first, or what a good replacement would be. First, my deck:
All are at level max. Here are the pros and cons of each clan, as I see the.
All Stars: Pros-- I have 3 cards; their clan bonus is the most powerful. Cons-- Kimberley, though entertaining, is fairly weak, and if Amelia's ability is cancelled, she's basically another Kimberley. GHEIST: Pros-- I have 3 cards, Gheistling's poison ability. Cons-- Their clan bonus is the same as the Roots, and the strongest card is Lilith, a 5/4 with no ability. Roots: Pros-- Individually, Yookie and Matthew are the strongest cards in my deck. Cons-- Their clan bonus is the same as GHEIST (and not even that powerful), and I only have 2 of them.
I have 16 credits, so I'd like to figure this out before I earn enough to buy a pack (so I know which pack to buy). Can anyone give me any advice? Thanks in advance!
(-M-) - last answer from (-M-), Sunday 19/08/2007, 19:04.
I notice that Maciej freak clan has this ability -3 Opp Power,min 6 .
As i know any power reduce only on printed power value and the maximum power is 8 logical it's not possible and it should be like this -2 Opp Power,min 6 .
It's only possible if the reduce in real power value after calculate clan bounces and ability and Leader ability (amber).
When I first started to play EVO, I used FURY 2 or 3 times, each time the opponent told me I was cheating and that fury was not proper evo play. Since then I NEVER use fury anymore, not even to ensure a draw. ( I lose a lot playing evo ).
Lately though, I play against many evo players that uses fury to ensure a win, especially in tournaments.
Now, I'm asking.
1: IS THAT PROPER EVO PLAY OR NOT ?
2: IS THAT CHEATING OR NOT ?
3: CAN I BEGIN TO USE FURY AGAIN TO WIN OR NOT ?
I always try to give my opponent a reasonable chance to win, even when i'm not playing evo. But the KILLERS playing Urban-Rivals, are beginning to turn me into a " NOT SO MR NICE GUY ".
why? generally, if I only have, say, 5 characters to level, I'll add in Uranus and Vermyn N to compliment Vansaar, and I was recently informed that "this isn't allowed in EVO". why? what negative impact do damage reducers have on EVO? you're not trying to win anyway. What better do you want me to put in? they're a 3-star and a 4-star anyway, and neither has very high power, so they're good for opponents, and they result in opponents being able to level cards with high damage without killing me turn three. I simply see no reason why this should be discouraged.
I bought 8 full decks today, and in every one of them, i got at least 2 uncommons and 1 rare. did they finally fix the full decks? as opposed to some of the full decks i got last week that were like 6 or 7 commons and 1 or 2 uncommons. if anybody knows if they fixed the regular 3 card packs too, let me know.
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