Made this deck a few months ago and stopped playing; came back for a few rounds today and made it to 1100 in the only 7 games I've played, all wins in about 30mins. Because I do not play much anymore, I don't know if this is a feat or common occurrence. Either way, I would like to share with you the deck I use to make Lois Ld easily viable and very powerful here: Lois, Heroine of the Party!
01:40 Elo you narrowly escaped from RivalBanana, EvilCo. (7-6): 1102 ELO
01:31 Elo you beat LViento azul, los vengadores (9-2): 1090 ELO
01:26 Elo you crushed Ro_RoTop, the hildegan (10-0): 1079 ELO
01:20 Elo you narrowly escaped from BabyJace, Time Conquers All (9-: 1066 ELO
01:14 Elo you crushed Cabronaldo, Game Over (14-0): 1051 ELO
01:12 Elo you beat RaRu455 (8-4): 1035 ELO
01:06 Elo you narrowly escaped from UsaGoMaSieMpR, Urban Rebel (13-12): 1018 ELO
I battled like 5~6 people today that leaved the battle when I am about to win and they aren't even beginning players( sorry to sound like I am stereotyping here) so I'm just gonna ask, what benefit does leaving the Battle do? do they get less of point deduction to their ELO points? do I get less Elo Points cause of them leaving the Battle? does leaving count as a lose in their over all win percentage or something? I'm just kinda annoyed with this..
when I say leave they choose to abandoned the fight and not by time-out to be clear..
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