Boxing? Wrestling? Karate? Bah, girls stuff! Real men play only team sports!
Striker took his soccer ball, whistle, red and yellow cards and organized a high level soccer tournament!
Clint City needs to learn which is the only true sport people should play!
Quickly, register your team in the tournament!
An incredible prize is waiting to be claimed by the winners!
Opening at 2PM, Closing doors on thursday at 6PM
EDIT: A little more information:
To get Solomon, you need to complete his set of missions, which can be found here:
There is no time limit for the missions, and yes, the final mission can be done in any instance of Leader Wars.
Solomon's ability, Tie Break, will ensure that you win any round in which attack is tied (regardless of Courage or star count,) and win the game if the number of lives is tied at the end of it.
edited by RG LoA monday 30/03/2015, 21:39
The prizes are great for "above average" players and the clintz to credits ratio pay out is good if you reach at least 9-10 wins. I could get quite a few Rbs if I have the time, making it worthwhile. Then comes the question, the 10 credit entry fees. This makes it very "exclusive" to only "pros" who get their credits from ELO/DT.
To be honest, credits are very easy to get now by DT since not everyone is good at ELO to get 10 credits a week.
I remember ghelas clearly saying that rbs are like "end-game" content and it is not bad to use 10 credits to have a shot at this "limited edition, end game content" type of card. However, I don't really support the motion of having rebirth cards. I prefer skins that the cards can wear over which has value. I believe that would be a better alternative to rebirth cards.
"1300 is not difficult to get
14 wins in a row is"
You don't need 14 wins in a row to get Striker Rb. 13 and 14 wins both award Striker Rb, as does scoring a Perfect. You have 4 lives in this Leader War, so it's not necessary for your wins to be consecutive.
@JoeBobBlue: Good point. I wouldn't say it takes deck-building out of the picture entirely, but it definitely makes it less of a factor.
@Myeltd/JoeBobBlue, regarding difficulty: I think every player here can reach 1300 in ELO (and likewise, claim big prizes in modes like LW.) For some, it will take considerably more work that for others, but play skill is something that can be learned, and improves with experience.
@Chattern: I can confirm that 13, 14, and Perfect all reward Striker Rb.
@Wasteroftime: Perhaps that would have been better phrased as "Striker Rb would not be such a lucrative reward if we had a low price of entry." What I was getting at is that Striker Rb is generated through the investment of time, by skilled players, in a limited-time mode. Imagine for a second that entry to this LW was free... Striker Rb would still be somewhat valuable, but skilled players would be able to easily acquire dozens of him, while more collection-focused players would just buy a copy and most likely stay entirely out of LW. The non-trivial entry fee helps to create an equilibrium, in this case.
@Falco, post 148: I think that speaks volumes. A lot of people are just caught off guard by the fact that we "broke tradition" a little with how this Leader is acquired.
@Falco, post 150: Sorry about that! We've fixed a bug with Solomon's distribution. You will need to contact support if you completed all the missions prior to the bug fix.
I personally find ELO hard but LW very easy. So I wouldn't say that there's a direct correlation. Every player has their own specialty, I'm mostly a jack-of-all-trades player who hasn't mastered ELO. Someone might be amazing at ELO but not be very good at the weird format of LW.