The Game Urban Rivals is multiplayer online (MMO) browser-based card game. There are many other games identical to Urban Rivals, e.g. Magic: The Gathering & Legend of the Five Rings. In this game Urban Rivals, when we play game, our aim is to collect as lots of cards as many as we can and these can be used to defeat our opponents. A guide for the game has been prepared to know each and every fact of the game so that the players may take advantage and do better in the game. This will certainly help them to become a Champion.
Urban Rivals Deck
Please note that your win will depend upon the the construction of a deck.
The deck of 8 cards - 4 of which will be used randomly in each and every battle. It is the key to winning battles. There is no issue as to how nice you are but a bad deck will definitely cost you the battle. As such, deck-building strategies are important, and all of your decision-making happens before the battles actually happen.
Deck Construction Tips
Know Your Cards
Urban Rivals Card
As any Trading Card Game, knowing your card's abilities is one the key points to the success of the deck. You don't just put any cards at random or just because it has a "cool" graphic design.
Test Your Deck
Testing the deck is another way to determine if the deck can match up against any other decks. Note down the cards that you think does not fit with the dynamics of the deck and replace them with those you think will work. Keep testing the deck until it wins more matches.
Create Separate Decks for Each Game Formats
Not all deck constructions work on all game formats. the ELO format is usually the most strictest format since you are required to limit the total number star points to 25 and also exclude any cards that are banned for ELO format. So it's better to create separate deck constructions for each game formats.
Strategies for Battles
Tips and Tricks for winning matches
Urban Rivals Leviatonn
1.) Check opponents card's statistics and abilities before playing your cards.
2.) It's better is you play your SOA/SOB of Full Stop Cards only as a response to you opponents presented card. Reserve them for cards that affects your Life points (minus X Life , Poison X, +Damage) .
3.) Always play defensive and manage your Pills well unless you have the Pillz advantage
4.) Play the One-Hit or Two Combos strategy only when the opponents SOB/SOA's cards are being played or the opponent has little Pillz left.
5.)If you opponent plays a high very Power card with only minimal damage (4 or less)(example: La Junta's Thormund or Wardog), use any of your filler cards or damage reduction card against the said card. Save your pillz by playing only one or two since your obviously gonna lose that round anyway.
Vansaar, the card trainer
If you were able to purchase a pack or a low level single card from the Market, chances are you will need some help accelerating their experience points to that each cards achieves Maximum level since all card abilities are usually unlocked when a card is at the optimum level.
With that in mind, Vansaar is there to help you. We are fortunate that we can get Vansaar as a reward when we reach Level 10. Vansaar (when at the maximum level) has the ability to boost each card's experience points by 90%.
Vansaar is best use with other un-leveled cards in a training type deck and play the Training game mode.
First Turn is the Key
To Bluff or To Go all out, It always starts at the first turn
The first turn of the battle is arguably the most crucial. The player with more stars on the table will start first, giving the weaker player the opportunity to see his opponent play before deciding what to do.
It is common to open with a bluff, playing a strong card using very few pillz. If the opponent reacts with using a lot of pillz, they might have won the first round but would be at a pillz disadvantage. If the opponent doesn't spend pillz to defend, you would have done a fair amount of damage with just a small pillz investment.
Need Clintz? Play the Survival Game Mode
Win as many battles in a row as possible to pocket a stack of Clintz.
Urban Rivals Survivor Tournament
Once you have constructed your best deck, it's time to earn more Clintz for you to be able to purchase better cards for your deck. The Survivor game would be the venue for that. The game is basically win as many matches as possible in a row (winning 5 clintz per battle) while you increase your Jackpot prize. Once you lose, you will receive the Jackpot prize accumulated during your "survival" run.
Confidence versus Courage
What's the difference?
There are some players confuse the Confidence ability with Courage ability and I would like to expound the difference of the two card abilities
Will take the example of Cley of Skeelz:
"If a character belonging to the same "team" as THE CHARACTER wins a round, in the next round the stated card [effect] of THE CHARACTER will be activated"
Tomas (8/6) wins the round and on the next round you played Cley. With his Confidence: Power +3 ability, Cley's power (previously a 5) will now become 8.
"When THE CHARACTER is played first in the round, THE CHARACTER's stated card [effect] is activated . When played second in the round, THE CHARACTER's card effect will not be activated."
Emma of the Pussycat clan has a card ability: Courage:Attack +12 she is played first. Then the opponent plays a card in response. Before battle happens, Emma will have additional 12 point to her total attack value.
Card Management Tips and Hints
Tips in Selling / Trading of your cards
Before selling your duplicate cards always check the current price value and the sales/trade forums. This way you can get a better deal instead of selling them directly to the public
Hold on to those cards that are considered staple cards as they might be useful for you in the future or a trade them for more priority cards
Before selling your doubles cards always check the current price value and the sales/trade forums. This way you can get a better deal instead of selling them directly to the public
When selling to the public, it would be better to add an additional 5% to the selling price to cover tax.