Its seems that for every battle each does...for example Jenny defeated Laetitia
"Jenny crushed Laetitia and inflicted 2 points of damage *****"
and the caption of the button underneath it is "ündefined"
i think you should fix it
Which is more worth it if don't have a credit card?
Given the example that you have no cards in common and you have time to spare to actually save up for the 50 credits the long hard way but actually having the oppertunity to get a card with 5 stars? Or is it better to actually save up for 40 credits and buy 2 packs hoping to get rare cards?
I'm not entirely sure how many games you have to quit in ELO before the player starts being 'penalised' as it says in the rules. It's just that in the last few days I have had situations where I have had the upper hand in a match and the opposing player has just left with one round remaining resulting in me not getting ANY points for that particular match.
I just thought I'd bring this up because I didn't realise just how easy it is to protect your points in these ELO matches and is quite open to abuse if this isn't more tightly moderated.
I have to admit that I don't have any ideas off the top of my head (maybe adjust the points system so the points are obtained through the actual rounds rather than just having 1 score at the end of the match so if someone quits you still get points for what you have achieved?), but in its current form it is a blatent cheat.
What does everyone else think? Is this a problem with everyone or am I just challenging the wrong people?
What do u think about development of characters "special bonusses" due to their descriptions???
4 instance: Amy: 5 to attack against Nightmares (due to her skills) Havok and Chloe when together during same: 2 Power (Thats a Power of love!!!) Havok: 1 Power against Dragan (because of jelaousness) Pussycats: -3 male opponent's character attack (charm) Candy Jack: -1 damage to Junkz (they got used)
The Urban Rivals team is made by lovers of all kind of Collectibles Cards Games and Trading Cards Games like: Magic the Gathering, Dominion, Vampire, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokemon, Wakfu TCG, Assassin Creed Recollection, Shadow Era, Kard Kombat and Might & Magic Duel of Champions.