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
Is UR trying to tell us something? Nearly every single clan has something against the government/the establishment All Stars is against the corporations wonder food, Bangers hate how the government is giving them a bad reputation, Fang Pi Clang wants to overthrow the government, Frozn hates the government's pollution, GHEIST is trying to take every thing over, Huracan sees the government as "pulling the strings", Junkz don't want the government to put a speed limit on their music, La Junta sees them as "a bunch of fools" and want to take control, Montana are a criminal organization so they are naturally against the government, Nightmare wants to destroy the city and it's inhabitants, Piranas are pirates and criminals so again naturally against the government, Pussycats are trying to get equality from the government, Rescue is upset that the government isn't doing enough for the citizens, Riots wants to impose their "wise rulings" upon them, Roots is upset about all the pollution and other anti-nature related things, Sakrohm wants them to get rid of all science fiction, Sentinels are mad the government isn't doing anything to restore order, Ula Watu is upset about the pollution, Uppers wants them to get rid of the ugly people and Vortex came to this time to invades UR trying to tell us something? Nearly every single clan has something against the government
SO WHERE IS A GORVINMENT CLAN I ASK???
In ELO you have a very large pool of cards to compete against, with a meta that has literally taken years to develop. Understanding the meta is key to big success in ELO. Your deck, ideally, needs to be able to deal with most of the following: SoA, SoB, DR, large attack manip. It can't fall behind on the life difference it can create compared to the other popular decks of the week, either.
In LW you have a much more limited pool of cards and a unique meta that develops over the period of around a week or less. That puts you at more equal footing with players that have been playing ELO for many years, because you are learning the new "mini-meta," just like they are.
You are also guaranteed to draw a Leader each time you play, which means that deck building is different in nature... Just understanding which cards are in the current LW pool that can work especially well together with a particular Leader gives you a strong advantage. You don't have to ask questions like "can my deck survive against SoB clan," "will my deck have enough damage vs SoA clan," "can my deck win enough rounds against a Rescue deck," etc.
In short, building a successful LW deck and developing successful strategies is much less knowledge-intensive than they are in ELO. The advantage that seasoned players would have in an "always on" mode is partially nullified.
edited by ghelas tuesday 31/03/2015, 20:02
You have to look from other side too- your opponents, players who can't afford all cards in elo are playing with weaker decks than they can use in LW. In my opinion, Elo below 1300 is much easier than LW, because you can met a lot of players with decks who can't compete any other decks and a lot of really weak players, but in LW, everyone have a leader- and you have to be aware from monkey with a grenade (unskilled player with Ambre).
Another fact- deckbuilding in ELO is not so difficult as well, you can even get 1300 with rainbow deck if you are enough skilled and lucky.
@Lt_Surge: I think these reinforce my general point that LW is a more level playing field: A less skilled player with Ambre can win in LW, a more skilled player in ELO can win with a rainbow deck but a less skilled player will not. (And of course, not just ANY rainbow deck, but one which is build with an understanding of how important base stats and abilities are if you're trying to play rainbow ELO.)
@Glint: ELO awards about 12 valuable cards per week, and LW can award hundreds or even thousands of valuable cards. For me personally, ELO is my favorite mode, and LW is a very close second. The idea of winning big rewards through skilled play appeals to me.
Ive always found limited card pool formats, on a limited time, to be more skill intensive - as long as obvious oversights are not present.
then cookie cutting deck building doesnt exist. deck construction then becomes more important.
LW is not quite the same since deck building has more luck involved
Events/Coli are pretty much the only format we can get this
the larger card pool the current ELO has is far less interesting than ELO of a few years ago. Maybe the old one would have less variety, but the play style was superior i believe