Interesting deck. I would personally change Dalhia to Selma, Deadeye to Rico and Jeto to Tula.
Nice deck. I would personally change Desmond to Edd Cr.
Sometimes becoming a different deck is what a deck needs to do but its up to you.
The characters are selected from the top characters from the previous week’s top clans, plus the ones banned after the last vote.
If a card is unbanned but the clan still isn't played much then the card might not get chosen. The next week the clan is usally used more so it comes back to the list.
With Tuck release people can stop complaining about Urban Rivals not loveing roots.
I'm pretty sure 75% of the Fang Pi half-decks consist of Futoshi Ld, Chan, Kusuri and Yoshida. Either way, green face from me.
Interesting deck. I would personally change Miho to Melanie.
Ok deck. If possible i would change Gus to Taylor, Kostner to Bernie, Norman to Lola and Revok to Elvis.
Interesting deck. I would personally change Ayah to Selma and Ector to Annuqa.
Decks with high damage cards or cards with posion could help you.
This happens on sundays when the system is switching from one week of ELO to the other... a weird ELO twilight zone where wins and losses dont count.... doesnt last too long.
I like this setup.
I prefer Haze
btw it's a she not a he
Looking to see if i missed anything and some ideas if i did.
Uppers + Skeelz 1/2 deck (5 Uppers + 3 Skeelz) is a wonder combination!
Skeelz is the better mono deck simply because Uppers have some of the weakest selection of 2* characters. But you are best off combining Upper's dominant big characters with Skeelz's useful small characters.
If you want to be super aggressive: Dorian, Nellie, Kayazan, Rubie, Oxen, Redra, Liam, Sasha. Of course there are a lot of other takes on this as well.
Most run ( from top to bottom in order or relevance )
All star split
Interestingly so i saw no ulu watu split but eddie is out
Interesting deck. I would personally change Harleen to Esmeralda and Piotr to Akendram.
Nice deck. I would personally change Bloodh to Selma and Noemi to muze.
The reason I personally don't like playing Mono is because I feel it makes each one of your draws that much more predictable. There are only a certain number of "moves" that are really good with each Mono hand, and most of us know them by now. The trick to beating an opponent playing Mono might just be guessing which of 2 or 3 possible standard openers they go with.
If you want to make a 4/4 deck where split draws aren't a problem, just try to make sure that the vast majority of your cards either have solid base stats or strong abilities. Then bonus is bound to be less of an issue.