So I read a lot of posts on different forums saying something like
"Being a 10+ 1v1 elo is not a noob!"
"10+ is average statistically..."
"Humbleflex? 13+ is like top 15%!"
This makes me wonder, how do the Zone / Voobly boomers define "noob" nowadays?
-Max Cost: 100
-Max player: 10
-Winning one game in a X-Tier tournament / showmatch will give that player Y points, losing one game will deduct Z points.
-Participants can change their roster...
Feel like nowadays feudal aggression is harder to pull off due to:
Tower nerf + Safer map + Civ picking + More civs with early game bonus
But there should still be one civ which suits the obosement rush the most, which civ is it?
I guess with treaty you are considered as one team, so CA doesnt work. The CA team probably already knew this, plus CA users probably dont give a damn about treaty games, just want to point it out regardless.
Disclaimer : Im just a random viewer, not the organiser or the casters of the tourney 11
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