Ambre is not for skilled players only, M-Bison. Having her in your deck is like taking a shotgun to a knife fight--usually only an idiot would lose when they have her and the opp doesn't. That's not skill, it's dumb brute force. Skill is winning the fight against the deck with Ambre in it. Which is why I hate her. What is essentially a skill and luck based game is unbalanced by a single card that throws skill and luck out the window. If that wasn't bad enough, the card in question is given to EVERY player that plays enough.
@CARNAGE33: It isn't about having a job or not. It is about giving a game a chance to be enjoyable, and taking your time to learn things in small pieces.
If you are just here to win, then many longtime players will point out to you that it is far more about luck than having the right cards or some type of skill.
If you are here to have fun, then you deprive yourself of a LOT of that by using other people's presets and purchasing the strongest cards right away. You will now almost certainly not experiment with more than 70% of the cards in the game. And as this post proves, you will be unaware of some of the mechanisms of how the game works, because you didn't get introduced to them 1 at a time.
I am curious if you know how Confidence works... I seem to recall that being something unclear when I started. As well as when Poison damage starts to apply, and how it stacks....
So no... it isn't called having a job. It is more like buying the walkthrough along with the RPG. Suddenly there is no point.