Pancakes wrote:Hi there.
As a money player I would like to say that sometimes I feel it counterproductive when a newbie enters Folrart only to become the latest test subject for my parade of 3-5 star cards. I think it might be more sporting if there was the option to give lower level players, say level 39 and under the ability to play higher levels with a handicap in their favor. If the higher level wins he gets more EXP. I was thinking something along the lines of deactivating 2 of the higher level's soul skills. Or sending some of the higher level's cards to the cemetary at game start. Or removing some of his overall LP and soulskills. I think it would be good to encourage newbies and to give them a fair chance to win as well as higher levels an option to gain more EXP (if they are good enough), as well as an interesting challange for higher levels and lower levels alike.
Pancakes wrote:Like if a level 100 fights a level 15. He can have an option of taking this handicap and if he still wins he will get like triple his normal xp + the public game bonus xp.
luckysvn777 wrote:Uh yea, I for one would never ever use that handicap option. I can't think of anyone who would.
Cuz if they did, they'd be better off using the give-up button and just giving the newbie the free exp. Same result.
Besides, if I was the newbie, I'd be offended even by winning only because of a handicap. Ruins the nature of the game.
luckysvn777 wrote:In other words, according to you, the biggest handicap the new players have is lack of experience. And instead of giving them the experience they need and learn how good files are built and work, you'd rather them just get easy wins off of the two people who decide to auto-lose themselves to new players.
Because being handicapped will not teach them how to beat and use Oversoul or Dalos or Exchange of Souls. It will just baby them until level 40, when they'll then get their "training wheels" removed and proceed to get their butt handed to them because they haven't had to actually make a good file to win.
Hmmm, yea, that totally makes sense.
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