Well, fixed the lag somewhat, it was caused by the buggy version of flashplayer.
Anyone else playing? I'm thinking that once the shop in there opens, I'm gonna start investing in it and start playing it long term since it has trading in its system.
Having the ability to trade means that it will be much more affordable to play than Alteil even IF their prices for packs are higher than Alteil, but I highly doubt it will be that much more if not same or less.
I just can't stand Alteil's model anymore, I bought 4x silver boxes and ended up with 0 bernet, 0 Esria, 0 The General's Order, 0 Shufas, not to mention all the many holes in all the 3, 4, and 5 stars. I spent around $110 after recycles and I don't even have 1 of every card in set9, I'm being realistic(In Alteil's sense... heh) and not even saying 3x copies of cards, but I don't even get 1x all of them for $110? If I was missing 1 or 2 ok, but 4? Thats ridiculous... With $110, I could probably build almost any deck in pokemon tcg. Once it opens up, I'm moving over there for sure.
So far it isn't that bad even without initial purchase options, once you play thru the Trainer challenge with all 3 starter decks, winning 12 games with each of them (green, blue, red), you get access to all 3 of them in the online arenas plus an addition basic yellow deck for free. You could purchase packs in real life to get booster codes which you can then redeem for packs in the online version, which is why I think when the online shop opens, their packs will be cheaper.
For now, even with the 4 starter decks, it is enough to sorta compete with the lower/mid tier players, of course as always in any tcg, if luck is on your side, you could even beat top tier decks too. My Wigglytuff just beat the crap out of one of their top meta OP cards named zekrum or whatever a moment ago.
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