Vondeb wrote:What am I doing wrong...how I hate the DAH, Valkyr teams!!!! aaaaaaaarrrrrgggghhhhhhhhh Im goint to quit this IF I dont find a resolution in what Im doing wrong....I know I just want the title but its just so far away, I dont think Im up to that. So the easiest way is to quit.
Vondeb wrote:Lol I have to thank Kel for the post...I made a team of Skywisp, Gnome and lil´bling....and I won!!!! wohooooooo!!! thx
Vondeb wrote:May I ask a question, do you play with the same team many times in a row or do you change teams often in between new battles?
Vek wrote:Vs. Blossoming/ruby/sunflower.
Vondeb wrote:I so appreciate these replys and thank you so much ...always a little help is good, I really do like this pet pvp´ing and really want to learn more.
May I ask a question, do you play with the same team many times in a row or do you change teams often in between new battles?
I usually change teams, when I notice that my "normal" team doesnt work for the teams I´ve been confronting, or do you play with the same team more than 10x in a row or what?
Genome wrote:Whatever you do, don't join the ranks of those that are frustrating you out of a need to win. Play these pets because you really want to, not just because you think you have to. It will just perpetuate the cycle if you start using the OP pets too for no other reason than to win easily. Time and skill will cause the wins to come, trust me .
Wilderness wrote:I'm sorry for the rambling response to what was probably just a small offhand comment from you, but in all th time I've spent searching various places online for pvp pet information, comps, etc, I've seen a lot people who tell those who are new to pet pvp "don't play the OP stuff, don't add to the repetitiveness of the meta" but I don't think that's great advice. I think you should start with a team that's made up of some of the stronger pets, particularly those that can be played fairly straightforward like an Idol or DAH. It gives you a fighting chance while you learn, because with sooooo many pets out there, and abilities, and ways that different things can work together, its really a lot to take in at first and getting crushed over and over and over and over again makes it that much harder to learn those things along with being incredibly frustrating.
I'd rather have more people doing pet battles, even if its running a lot of the same team over and over, than have people quitting it because they get too frustrated and upset by their attempts at it. A larger community of people who are interested in it and actively engaging in pet pvp can only be a good thing in the long run
But as soon as you throw up sandstorm and learn to read your opponenets WHEN they will switch you out one of the easiest pet to make you loose because ofSkavenged wrote:I've learned that a Fiendish Imp S/S, when played well, can throw a monkeywrench into a lot of team plans. He's fragile, but heals from the back row, and if you team him up well, he can be a very heavy hitter. Throw in that he's extremely fast and has a forced swap, and you can really build some nice teams around him. Makes for a nice pet to counter some of the "crutch" teams out there
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