For some time now, a strange phenomenon has been occurring in Clint City: in the Huracans’ amateur wrestling ring, the All Stars’ training field and the Riots’ thermonium mine strange holes have been appearing that lead to perfectly rectangular, mysterious tunnels. It would seem that some crazy digging fanatic is turning the subsoils into a regular piece of holey cheese! One thing’s for sure, the time has come to put a stop to it!
Discover the hero of Riotspolis! Argos, the Riots' fearless doggy!
Always at the ready to bowl a few blows with his bat, is All Stars’ cricket champion, Aamir!
A heroine of the revolution! The Huracan's incredibly talented dancer, La Salerosa!
A former geek goes back to nature with dire consequences for all! Markus, the slightly crazy Roots guy!
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Have to agree with Myteld about Aamir , he's not very good. Why use Markus at all when you can use other better options? Unless Robb Cr is banned again, I won't be using him much. I guess it's best use will be to use in an early round to catch the opp unawares, and that sounds dubious tbh
I think La Salerosa is actually a lot better than her low base stats and SOA/B weakness suggest. Max 20 is not a significant problem, she will still work very similarly to Kinichaw, but without being OP.
Argos' ability, although quite clever with the play it recommends, limits too much for him to be used over the other 2* alternatives...
Markus is star of the release, no doubt
> So many references npwadays, Ur isnt Ur anymore but a combination of other games
There have been references in UR from day one (DJ Korr Cr and the Montanas, for example). Allusions to the world we live in and other fictions is what gives Clint City its flavor. CC is a crazy-ass place with disparate elements lending to a sense of cohesion through chaos, so why wouldn't an excess of historical/pop culture references lend to that vibe?
Besides, the idea that cosmetic allusions make Urban Rivals less Urban Rivals is just silly. If anything, UR takes the grab-bag approach to worldbuilding to extremes I've seen no other fictional work attain, thus making it unique! And in a more formalist sense I can't think of anything resembling it short of Fantasy Rivals.
Most Urban Rivals cards are based on something, ether a real person or something fictional. Its one of the things I find fun about it.
Lets take Junks for example: MALMOTH, Flyer and BUNNY to name a very small few.
edited by UM_AaaBattery saturday 13/06/2015, 13:56
A lot of players have a weird stigma that makes a card a "good" card
whether it has 5 or 6 damage doesn't determine if the card is good or bad
the sheer strategic aspect behind the cards now of days make the card good. I PERSONALLY feel that Urban Rivals are dishing out cards below the 6 mark for a reason we have a crap ton of cards that can end the game in 2 turns.
All the cool new cards like Kinichaw Cr & Pericles & now ironjaw either creates a gap or are better with conditions....that doesn't make them bad cards. Urban Rivals is doing amazing.....people are so fixed on having the "next big thing" the next jackie the next general, vickie, tan man,dj korr that they're forgetting the simple cards. Just have some fun and stop worrying about Cr's on a daily basis
I enjoy a lot of cards on this game from the low tier cards like Nathan to high tier cards like Spyke it's all the same in the end (Strategy)
Let the good times roll switch up your decks every now and again and keep the game fresh
using vickie or jackie all days is cool I guess but using octana and grace with bridget is fun too
try out new strategies there are over 100 ways to win a fight !