I understand a little bit about random knowing that sometimes with a slight attack advantage you can still loose but how much of a difference can random overtake?
For example I had a attack of 72 (9 pow + 8 pills) Versus my opponent which had an attack of 54 (6 pow + 9 pills)
I lost even though I had a 18 attack advantage???
IMO random is necessary for opponents with matching attach but why does the game allow your defeat when you should clearly win?
Simplest explanation for random:
Step 1: Check the card's stats and pills
Player uses 5 pills
Player uses 7 pills
Step 2: Calculate the attack of each card
Card A's attack = 5 x (5+1default pill) = 36
Card B's attack = 7 x (7+1default pill) = 56
Step 3: Check if any of the card's attack is twice or more than the other card's attack
In this case, no attack is twice as high as the other
Step 4: Get the total attack of both cards
total attack = 36 + 56 = 92
Step 5: Let random work it's magic
Random simply means:
Card A has 36 out of 92 chances of winning
Card B has 56 out of 92 chances of winning
Step 6: Cross your fingers and hope that random loves you more than your opponent
I'm also in the camp of wishing there was a couple of non random tourney rooms (outside the 1 non-random elo room).
I've managed to lose 4 games in a row which I would have easily won without random and after things like that it really gets highly irritating. Random is a plague upon the game and if I had the choice I'd never play with random again.
With random, you just have to find your zen grounds.
if you experience random more often when you use a certain amount of pillz, avoid doing that
if random always affects certain characters, exploit that.
if random just absolutely hates you, and never lets any of your non sure shot cards go through?
if then play ELO No Random.
Lol.. now I lost 5 games in one tournament because of random (actually I never lost that much, maybe only 1 or 2 or none)
even after using pillz and many advantage I have, still, random loves them, it's like 1:4 I can win if MY ATTACK HIGHER than my opp. strange isn't it?