Well, I need a bit of help here. Yes, I've read the tutorials, along with the comical one. I really don't enjoy lower statistics; especially when beginning (and what with the one account per person rule, :<. So... I'm asking for help before I begin.
Currently, my deck consists of the ones I started with (eh... I'm being Captain Obvious here... xP):
And apparently, none of these are in the same clan. I'm guessing a starting deck is different for every player, and random at best, but reading some reviews of my cards... they don't seem very reliable. But hey - I guess that's the reason for being new, huh...?
But ah... how does this deck compare to what, say.... you received as a new comer? Or possibly, give me a few tips before starting...? Possibly, I'm being a bit too needy here, but ah... can't change my habit that easily. ;-;
First thing you should do is decide on clans to use. If you want to use Ghoub, then you should aim for a mono Rescue deck. If you want to go dual clan, then my suggestion would be to go Montana paired with probably Roots. There are some good and cheap cards in those clans.
Keep in mind that a deck should (almost) always consist of only 8 cards. In case of dual clans it is most common to use 4 cards of each clan.
Now, so much for the first step. Of course it takes a while to get there. Which brings me to the next important point. You need clintz to buy cards. The best way for a beginner is to play in daily tournaments. Just log on during DT hours and play at least 1 match and you will get 50 clintz. I know you need to be level 7 to do that, but that's not very hard to do. Your starter cards should help you get there more or less quick by simply leveling them.
Another thing you should do is buy some credits (the absolute minimum is already enough) so you are able to sell cards you dont need or want anymore on the market. Plus, the new blood packs should give you some clintz as well when you level and then sell the cards you get.
Another thing you can aim for is getting credits during daily tournaments. You need to place in the top 33% of a tournament to get 1 credit.
Besides all that, just play and have fun.
Oh, and when I started out, my starting cards were almost entirely bad, except for finding Tanaereva in there. But I think they took him out of the starter decks.
First of all,depending on the timing,you get a starter deck that alot of new players will get.Second of all,if you're going to buy cards,I say that it's a good idea to focus on one clan.If you focus on getting one clan,then you'll use your clintz to try and get stronger cards in that certain clan.Third of all,if you have friends that play Urban Rivals,or have Urban Rivals friends,the people that play UR that have added you that know the game well,then ask them when you're in the tough spots.Last of all,buy credits so you can buy packs,which could get you excellent cards.Hope to battle you sometime!
Well... looks like everyone recommends to buy credits. I might, but my budget is $20 max. I'm not sure I'll even go that high, but if I were to say... purchase the 250 Credits pack, what would you all recommend buying?
I was thinking of 3 Full Decks and 5 New Bloods, but eh... considering how Lady Luck has been hating on me (RARHAHGH RANDOM ROOMS!) lately, I'm... not too sure.
I'd advise against New Blood unless you want to play Jungo (since new blood is full of those at the moment).
As everyone said. Try to figure out what clan you could imagine enjoying. Buy a few packs for that. I dont think you really need to spend as much as 250 credits.
Buying 3 decks you will get 1.5 less cards than spending the same amound of credits on other packs. You'd get 3 rares but with the other packs you would have the chance of 5 rares. With decks you would get completly random clans