Novice playing Tournaments

in steemmonsters •  5 months ago  (edited)

Novice playing Tournaments

Tournaments are hard to play for novices like us, because you only have 2 minutes to summone your team instead of 3. And you meet lots of experienced players who very well know their cards, and already upgraded them into higher levels.

Since we were in Bronze league, we first played a Bronze tournament. Yet we lacked bite. In a leage you rarely meet opponents who outgrew the actual leage. And if you do, you loose. In tournaments then again you meet opponents who absolutely maxed out everything that is playable in a league.

We learned this from our first tournament at a great pace. So then we looked for the Novice tournaments. And even then we hardly won one battle.

And guess what, at one of our early novice tournaments we checked-in with both accounts as usual, waited for the second round for each of us to have our first battle and then had have our very first battle against one another: Another rated internal battle, and this time even in a tournament; however without league rating.

So one thing had been for sure: One of us was going to survive this round and be defeated in the next. LOL Defeated by @wonderwop. Thank you for the experience. ;-)


Screenshot at 2019-03-26 17:31:06 tournament results round 2.png

But before this our mutual round had been close! We played all three of best of three. One day we may come back here and watch one of our first tournament encounters; by then only dreaming of figthing a mutual grand finale some day.

So please come back for more.

PS: For all details and links see appendix below, please.

PPS: In the hindsight, when finishing this blog post, I have even seen @holger80, placed 51 in the turnament. My son lately bought a card from him, right after me discovering the upcoming steem Dapp game @nextcolony. Yet this will be another story again.

Our past blog posts

Some past blog posts I translated into German

Our past blog posts in German


Appendix


Screenshot at 2019-03-26 11:42:08 tournament first fight.png

First fight
https://steemmonsters.com?battle=d5ac4bb9686c65e7d9f8a541d0ae5b84a889dab8&ref=anjanida


Screenshot at 2019-03-26 11:42:39 tournament second fight.png

Second fight
https://steemmonsters.com?battle=b932772a981465b773b46513119b126051d6a43d&ref=anjanida


Screenshot at 2019-03-26 11:43:18 tournament third fight.png

Third fight
https://steemmonsters.com?battle=29ee198b1eeaae4f5349b9735b8e14a54999d8ef&ref=anjanida


Screenshot at 2019-03-26 11:44:25 tournament forth fight.png

Forth fight
https://steemmonsters.com?battle=75c417e476f35d6694a7553c32b93faea8dc5929&ref=anjanida


Screenshot at 2019-03-26 11:45:19 tournament fifth fight.png

Fifth fight
https://steemmonsters.com?battle=795e08c7de285858e1f10f1011b80ae03ace0c42&ref=anjanida

Me placed 31. My son placed 41.

Tournament Link
https://steemmonsters.com/?p=tournament&id=d282f197214394df7ff517778b31d669b5171f52

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