Guys, I was at Fight Club tryin to recruit people. And every few minutes I was challenged by anyone level 8-14. They were all unsurprisingly not very good players. I kept laffin and asked them why they battled me. hey kept tellin me that I was a really strong player. I started feeling awesome but then I started feeling bad too.. It doesn't feel the same way fighting newbies and getting lots of BP than fighting higher level players and getting 16-24 BP. Does anyone feel the same way when fighting new players?
Tho idk if i'm in the position to say that i feel bad fighting noobs, i still pity them sometimes... they simply get a super splitted deck with 4 clans in it but that have to fight a mono deck like mine... tho fighting noobs AND helping them with their decks afterwards( when they actually sit down and talk to me) is quite fun.
N00bs are very dangerous in random mode. It used to happen to me all the time where my opponent would have just barely enough attack that I didn't double his Mort Bax. I can't understand why so many n00bs think it's a good round one move to spend 5 pillz and fury. I've never had anyone do this to me with Murphey or Griezzo, but n00bs LOVE Mort Bax for reasons I can't understand. But if it weren't for random mode the game would be unplayable at the lower levels. You just have to accept a lot of easy wins and a few infuriating losses.
I don't feel bad about beating n00bs except for the kind that have a deck with well over 8 characters putting them just barely into Type 2, often with Timber and Vansaar and otherwise their highest power character is 5 and no bonus possible. In non-random these games are solved, there is often provably no way for them to win. Protip: Don't take anyone un-leveled into a DT with the exception of anyone that is ELO banned but still good at lower levels (Zatman, Vickie CR, etc). Certainly don't take unleveled leaders or multiple leaders in, you are just giving away free points.