Sentinels and bangers are 2 clan that doesn't have any 8 powered card
Sunday had a calmer feeling and with more UK community members turning up and quite a few new players recruited the day before buzzing around the stand we decided to hold an afternoon tournament.
We had some t-shirts, posters and signed artwork for prizes and in true Urban Rivals style everyone that took part would take home a prize. The rules were simple, 3 battles at the player’s choice of room and opponent with battle points being added together for a total score.
The competition was close but eventually a winner prevailed, look out for this guy bandidedo from London in England.
Special thanks to all Urban Rivals players that turned up and all players that took part in the tournament. Respect to the following and if we missed you, see you next year and maybe across the pond…
Kazukunn, Tipsy, Tyras, Jake990, iam666, webzex, Dibsy, yhette, matt stave, longlivemcr, seanywany and anna vee.
On a bright Friday morning in a fully laden car, we headed for the Excel Centre deep in the docklands area of London. We were an international team with a couple of French guys from the Paris office, a Canadian, an Englishman and a kind of Australian, it was a true dream team.
Excel is a sprawling conference centre sat right on the dockside with easy access via the Docklands Light Railway, or known as “DLR” to the locals.
The DLR offered views of the rising metropolis of Canary Wharf and glimpses of the newly named “O2 Arena”(formerly the Millenium Dome). This was about as much sightseeing as our French team were going to manage for the trip.
An early start on Saturday morning as we reached the stand at 0900 and watched the early crowds descend on the Expo floor, we soon knew it was going to be a busy day.
By midday the queues to get in the place had swelled and snaked around the conference centre and Saturday became a bit of a blur as we handed out flyers and watched the swarms of people.
By the end of the first day we’d met a couple of the Urban Rivals UK community and there was rumour that a T-shirt was secured as a prize, although details still remain sketchy, especially from Pumpkin.
After pounding the conference floor for 9 hours, we finally trudged off to our accommodation across the city and thought about the next day ahead.
He probly sold it to kate because he cant sell on the market
Well, it is, but it's the same as:
my chances are XX attack vs your chances as YY attack.
But we will make it clearer
They will not retire, only soleil cards
I agree Gibson one of strongest card in the game (8 Power + 8 Attack + Stop bounce = Unbeatable card)
The reason EVO does not have it's own room is because EVO is a player created format. It is not an official rules set recognized by Urban Rivals Staff.
Only ELO, Type 1, and Type 2 are recognized formats.
EVO was a system devised back in the old days (before the Lost Warehouse) to maximize experience on characters by ensuring that they would fight higher star characters (for better xp) as well as ensure that people could level their characters without getting mauled by people playing DJ Korr or 1HKO decks.
With the addition of the Lost Warehouse and its XP and BP/Clintz policies EVO isn't as needed as an unofficial format anymore, but it is still respected by players, since it USUALLY guarantees that people won't KO each other before both players get a chance to at least get 2 victories.
EVO is really now more a piece of UR history that provides a nice little set of guidelines to give people a standard format in which they can level characters and not have to worry about getting mauled and feel safer in doing so.
But as stated because it is not an official tournament format nor is it recognized on an official level by UR Staff, we won't be going out of our way to support it. However since it's a good format and serves a useful purpose we also won't go out of our way to make it hard to use that format. Any such changes that would make it hard to use EVO would probably negatively impact the game anyway.
I agree , it's wrong to stop people sayin their mind , about the random factor toatally agree it is completey wrong most of the time, the market is on it's knees right now and the timeouts wastetoo much time if the opponent doesn't want to lose!
So? what say respectable Stuff?
Just want to ask how can you know how much attack your opponent has at the start of the match? How can you be sure that you must play 5 pills to counter his 100 attack? You can only use math with random once the characters are already fighthing or if you are already on the 4th round. Everything is else is based on luck and not on math.
What made it so you couldn't play your ELO deck during tournaments?
Maybe they will make some soliel all stars (i don't read them so there might not be characters that fit in that clan)
Ok.. this thread is no longer necessary and we're got people trolling... that'll be enough of that.
Now it would be understandable if what you were trying to explain wasn't a load of nonsense. You would be the first to get a randomizer effect in a non random room. I've done a lot of flash coding for my work, and I know how code works. If there was an error in the code, more people then just YOU would experience it. If you got mad at CDZ athena cuz he didn't answer your message it's something to fight out in private messages, it's no reason to start raving about the entire game.
Yes, Chat durring battle would be very helpfull, though it would also make cheating easier
but being able to discuss strategy would be a good idea for training new guild members, or for EVO play in the lost warehouse, so you can further optimize level difference (even though it's treated as if the lower star card wins, it doesn't matter if they block your 4 star with a 4 star, while they could have used a 1 star.)
They are available in these packs from the start.
It's not that you have to wait until they rotate out of the new blood pakcs.
Yes, but will be real fair. You will gain 15 pts. but it will be deserved.
I guess you should make a rule:anyone suspected in cheating will have his/her battle point reduce to one every match so that they will be annoyed and they will stopped cheating. In that case, cheaters will be reduced and soon will stopped cheating. Even if they K.O. their enemy or level-up their cards, they will always get one battle point.. That's just my opinion. I hope its helpful
Yesterday I was some how able to place 47th in a tournament and It was probably the hardest tournament I ever played in, there just wasn't that many people to challenge in the 20+ room, now I'm not complaining I'm just saying it is more difficult to score higher in tournaments in my opinion.