• The_1013 - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 04:06
Senior

Mostly just random. Say if you have a card with 32 attack and I have a card with 60 attack. I have a 60/92 to win while you have a 32/92 to win.

• Neon-chan - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 04:18
Imperator

If the higher attack is smaller than the lower attack x 2 the odds of winning are
(your attack / (sum of both attacks) )

So with 57 vs. 43 you have winning odds of 57/(57+43) = 0.57 = 57%

• - Wiseman - - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 08:03
Titan - Wise Men Distracted

So then its not totally random

• HotShot888 - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 12:15
Master

..it is.. It's just not 50/50.

• Euzebe - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 14:43
Imperator - The Saiyans

The random factor only intervenes on attack rate.
If you manage to do a "sure shot" (your card reaches twice the attack of your opponent's card), you will be sure to win the round.
If you have less than twice the attack rate, then the victory will depend on random calculated on a statistic proportion.
For example, if you have 25 attack and your opponent 15, the odds are 25 on 40 to win the round (15 on 40 for your opponent).

• K1NG_PWN4GzZz - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 16:16
Titan - TrAitorzZz

Can someone who plays random, or likes to play random, please explain,
why you would play a strategic game where you can actually win by thinking or correct guessing at the least,
with chance??

in short; why would someone want to play randomly??
I'm anxious to know!!

greetz a non random player

• Legacy PH - Tuesday 08/02/2011, 16:52
Novice - Face Everything And Rejoice

"why would someone want to play randomly??

you already answered it. the answer is to play. I've started playing urban rivals in random mode.and I really miss those moments when I just base the outcome of a battle on looks, clans, artwork, username, guild, character story, star count, birth dates, and other superficial things. all for fun.