Last Tuesday, the Sentinel called the managers of the Deathmatch room in for questioning in Clint City. These individuals are suspected of trafficking drugs, confirmed Judge Scare.
Investigations are in progress and the room will very shortly be closed to residents of Clint City!
So hurry up and complete your last missions before it’s permanently closed down!
The Lost Warehouse is also a good spot for certain missions, better than abusing Duel. Konsolero said that he'd rather pay clintz to level cards up... like that'd work. Just imagine the uproar of "Now we need to pay to level cards up? Bullcrap!"... it's tedious and boring if you only do it for leveling up, but if that's the case, heck, go to Training No-Pillz, add Vansaar to your deck as well, and it can't possibly take that long... I mean, it's not every day that one needs to level up more than, say, 5 cards, come on.
Oh, and if DM missions will not be converted, but just left there, it's gonna be bad. It'd mean that those who never did, or never got to even experience DM (mainly people who will register after DM is disposed of), will never be able to catch up, mission-points-wise. Why the discrepancy? Why did those ELO missions get converted to DT ones, then, especially since ELO was by no means removed or anything like that? "The very first time - Finish in the top 100 of 1 tournament(s) in tourney mode", "You come here often, don't you? - Finish in the top 100 of 5 tournament(s) in tourney mode" & "Make yourself at home - Finish in the top 100 of 10 tournament(s) in tourney mode" were all previously ELO missions (plus that the first two of those coincide with "The doors of glory - Finish in the top 100 of 1 tournament(s)" & "The road to the top - Finish in the top 100 of 5 tournament(s)", respectively). If something is to be deleted, either erase entirely or not at all.
@ Konsolero: Do you mean the "buy XP" thing? How does it work (if it does)? I saw the little icon, if you go to the "New Characters!" page... but it doesn't do anything upon clicking on it. Also, why pay when you can use the XP reserve (which, I think, is also filled up faster by developing cards being played... common trait of, mostly, the training room)?
Deathmatch is an easy way to level up indeed but what about tactics and how much time we waste by waiting for a new opponent? So imo it's a good thing to fix a better mode then Deathmatch.
I wonder how the Draftmatch looks so it might be usefull if the staff gave some more details about how it will work. But i guess that's not an option, right?
You get the option to level up cards by paying clintz if your XP Reverse is empty. The option is in the same place where you would normaly click to level a card with your XP reserve.
Why pay? Well the XP reserve filled up pretty slowly until recently when they made a minor tweak to get more XP again. I just hate the trainingroom, i think it´s boring just to level up cards because i don´t use the room for missions. It´s just my personal preference. So i rather pay a few clintz which i win back at DT anyway.
Exactly! Duel is nice, I've used it for mission grinding too, but I think it serves too little of a purpose, and it's obvious that it can be abused to eternity. All that on top of the fact that it has simply destroyed the price for common cards. And now, since it only gives common 2*s and 3*s, it's that much less rewarding.
Solo too. Now how many people really play that? I mean, after you've completed it all once, you never have any incentive to go to it again, anyway. But it stays. Wanna know why? Because it requires credits to unlock parts of it, and UR won't remove something that may bring them gain, however stale and disposable it is.
It's not the training mode that's pointless in the current game, it's the fact that we need to train cards in the first place when effectively all cards that are used are fully developed. Only place where they might be needed is Coliseum, but those happen once in a CR announcement anyway and even then it's one in a hundred chance of needing anything else than unlevelled cards.