the only time anyone will be good at this game is when all top orders retire

#1maxthef1asherPosted 4/28/2013 6:17:36 AM
There is no point to play this game. To orders own it. No matter how hard your order tries there is always a single player better than your entire order...of course they got there by cheating...but they also ruined the game for people like me. I quit already but it was definitely due to being under paid by rewards in every event and being so far away from leaders even with me using high hundreds amounts of HP every time
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#2Transformers27Posted 4/28/2013 6:24:24 AM
Just like IRL, once you get in that small group of rich elites, you'll get richer and the normal man gets left even behind. Got some fellows always get the latest card in their final form in just a couple of days lol. And yeah, for the amount spent on events, the rewards are crap unless you're in the top orders. Upgrading is never a problem.
#3SweetStuppPosted 4/28/2013 7:22:53 AM
Apparently your goal lies in being the best. Maybe you should've realized at the start you wouldn't be able to compete with people who spend money (in a collectible card game). I did.

Having played this long, I'm happy fulfilling the goals I set when I started: collecting new cards and improving my deck.
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#4maxthef1asher(Topic Creator)Posted 4/28/2013 8:51:03 AM
SweetStupp posted...
Apparently your goal lies in being the best. Maybe you should've realized at the start you wouldn't be able to compete with people who spend money (in a collectible card game). I did.

Having played this long, I'm happy fulfilling the goals I set when I started: collecting new cards and improving my deck.


But what's the point. Once you get to your goal, then what? Your goals been reached, nothing else to do now. Or do you never each your goal, making it pointless to play for an unreachable desire? Either way the game reaches a plateau of ” now what to do” that I hit a year ago and should have sold then! Trust me I retired with a legend deck so it wasn't like I quit after just a month of playing
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#5The DevourerPosted 4/29/2013 1:12:47 PM(edited)
If your goal is simply do the best you can and constantly improve where is the problem? The top players obviously have this goal wanting their super high end cards and everything. I'm sure even though they technically could for quite some time, they buy new cards that come out to better their decks and everything rather than sit there with the same decks all the time.

If your goal is to be the best or always do better you'll never stop because you'll never get there. Someone will always be better than you or fighting you for the top spot or you'll never reach a point where you can't improve. By that logic it's pointless to do anything that involves getting better or to do the best because someone will always be better or fighting for it and you'll never really truly reach your full potential because you can always improve especially in a game like this that isn't reliant on skill.
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#6x_BraveryPosted 5/5/2013 9:29:19 AM
that's like saying there's no point in competing in basketball if you're playing the Miami heat. sure they're better than you but its all in good competition. if you can't stand losing then you have to adapt. if they're better because they spent money and or exploited tactics? then you do it. if you don't then it stands to reason that they have an advantage. its a game and people want to win. this game belongs to a business and they want to make money.
either way its not that big a deal to me. i just want to get a legend deck and then I'll probably quit.
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