You can, but I find that the double stop is quite useful defensively. I also prefer to keep Gertjan's support maxed out, and SoA on all my characters for the mono clan.
Make no mistake, the deck can be greatly improved by adding non Roots characters (like just going with a half), but the purpose of the "experiment" was to test Roots playability. If you have to add a splash to fill a role for the clan, it pretty clearly points out that that clan can't fill that role on its own.
Which means I need to get into the top 100.. Do you think this deck can make it ?
Ok wow thank you I will go try that
Yup. That's why its advisable to play ELO Saturday or Sunday.
Plasma Cannon rate and comment!thanks mods
I've got a deck for Survivor Elo atm. I use it for dm's (Other than Marco duh..)
Elvira And Lea (Soa And Sob)
Anita And Krash is life
Sledg Or Hax as a 5* Glosh Kerry (Suzie Or Benson)
And I lke Steve.
So there you got a weak dr that's a weakness but 7 powered cards here. Glosh is a beast . Try not to go for 2h ko's When Rescue win 3 rounds they've won the game so try 3 rounds for a win 1 pillz is very effective
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When unbanned, the best clan for elo is Sakrohm. Unfortunatly sigma will never be unbanned
Piranas is probably the most stable and consistent elo clan.
I like using sentinel in a half deck because sentinel are vulnerable against SoA, cards like coby and john are good but there are some good cards like melvin , lehane . I like sentinel ELO but they are far from the best.
New preset, check it out let me know what you think
rates, comments, and suggestions all welcomed!
The simplest way to get to 1200? Grind, grind and grind some more. Unless you're using a starter deck, 1200 should not be a problem as long as you play enough games. I've gotten to 1200 losing more matches than I win.
Try www.deckoftheweek.com if you are having trouble with ELO : )
Can't make 1100? try tiddlywinks?
PLs suggest changes/ tips/ etc
Mr Intelijent's post and his name are both extremely ironic. Made my day.
Actually, WMD Tiger, it depends on the ranking of the people you play. I found some patterns according to the official ELO calculator here: http://www.urban-rivals.com/game/rules.php?show=elo
If you and your opponent are both the same rating, and the rating is under 1299:
The winner gets +16, the loser gets -12, and both players get +0 in a draw.
If you and your opponent are both the same rating, and the rating is above 1300:
The winner gets +12, the loser gets -16, and both players get +0 in a draw.
So yes, you lose more points and win less points overall after reaching Elo 1300, but it's far from being twice the amount. Of course, the rating of players you face change, but on average, there's only a 4 point difference between winning and losing. (some games you'll have a larger difference, and some games, less, depending on ratings of both sides, but again, it's on average)