Is it just me, or in the few previous releases there have been a very strong card thrown into the mix? Could this possibly mean the bar has been risen? Making it so a card could quite easily become on par with someone like Jackie or Caelus. Spyke, (karrion?), Troompah, and now hefty. Spyke with his extremely powerful power reduction, troompah, the stat swapping Emeth and Hefty, a card who combines Strong stats, a strong ability and strong bonus to create an uber-super-mega-pro-card.
Are these coincidences?
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Well an average 5* is around 12-14 total base stats so a 16* would maybe reach 15-16? I mean yes it would join the ranks of cards never longed to see ELO again but still if your going to pack a 6* it better do something good. Another step is they should make 1* for all those ELO players who cried when fillers couldn't be used anymore. I'm not saying anything ridiculously good but something that can fill the void as well as not having to replace them every time they level up.
Disagreeing with 6* idea simply because... Duh, what's the point of releasing more and more powerful cards?
Disagreeing with 1* idea also... It doesn't matter if they'd have 4 power and 1 damage. For clans like Uppers, it's still a card that forces you to pill or get hit. For clans like Pussycats, it's as valuable as Wanda - just a card you always throw away and still reduce damage. And what do you get for it? Additional stars for other cards, which means a lot. So basically, they would be very valuable, putting poor peasants at a disadvantage.
There is nothing necessarily wrong with that, the people who pay money have a significant advantage over people who don't, it is the way of the jungle that is online gaming. 1* would be good, and so what if that gives you more stars? That's the point of a 25* deck ELO oriented environment. Sure If i put a 1* i can fit an extra 5* but that means I have a chance of drawing the 1* who probably won't do much (just enough). As for 6*, I agree its more of a stretch then the 1* but having the level of a card vary from 2-5 is going to get stale after a while. A 6* environment will merely be a more opening environment, laying the chance for new formats and meta game plays on the table.