elo 101: unbalanced
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I wanted to create well balanced Jungo+Skeelz ELO deck, this is what I created:
I know that I´m not good at creating decks, so I ask how would you improve it? (Don´t forget to post reason, why I should change card X for card Y)
Using any clans but Montanas and Roots and Jungo
Piranas with Eyrik? Personally, I'm not sure that's the best idea. I guess it works, though, with cards like Tula, Tyd, etc., and he IS less predictable than Ambre. I'd still prefer Morphun, Eklore, or even Hugo over him, though.
@Agito: They have different usages though. Bangers has high damage cards and, coupled with their bonus, make some quick matches. Piranas, on the other hand, are about winning rounds. You're right, it takes a lot of experience to wield one effectively. You need to have a general guideline on how 90% of the enemy will pill against your cards, how to sneak in an attack and take either the pillz advantage or the health advantage, or, if you're lucky, both! Practice is key with the Piranas.
You can make a pretty solid half deck with FPC, but like the others said, they aren't as good in mono clan
I agree with Lord Cristian. Clans with some type of attack or power manipulation are a nice way to ease you into learning the game better.
While Roots are a great clan for ELO, they are more difficult than others to play because they don't have a bonus that gives you some sort of attack or power advantage.
Rolph for sure. Wardom is too predictable and if you face other GHEIST or Roots decks (which is pretty likely in ELO) you wont be able to use it anyway
I just made this one since it's similar to something I used when I first started.
Very Affordable Beginners Deck
On weeks like this one when there are lots of SOA's, you might consider switching Buba for Greow if you can make afford it
I prefer Ficcnasso over filomena, and will replace donnie with vito. that way you are less vulnerable to SOA and less limited by courage. veccio could be replaced by mona, but thats not for beginner.
Once i get a few more suggestions, ill revise this then send in a new guide