You should be spending your RP on unlocking leaders. Don't worry about the cosmetics from the seasons as they rotate monthly every year.Im "beginner" and get in the Season Matches always High End Pro Gamers.
I dont know why it says "Win 6 Rounds in Magic Season" YEAH HOW BUDDY?!
So I can not continue grinding anything since I lose everything.
Somebody friendly enough to explain/help me a bit? Getting a good startet deck
since I have nothing really good and Google/Deck Guides always need 8-10k Scraps
which I dont have.
Play ranked and your collection will grow quickly. Gwent is far more generous for f2p than Hearthstone or magic.
Also playing vs other beginners you'll figure out the game faster.
Once you get a grasp of it you'll stand a chance vs people of any rank. But just know that casual modes are for people of any rank.
With the latest update, new player decks are insanely good compared to before. You basically have a playable witcher nilfgaard deck which I have beaten many pro rank people with in casual
While your previous reasons are valid enough for you to voice your opinion, I just have to interject here with this fixed luck idea. It's not one that's based in reality. As someone who played poker competitively as a kid (won free tournaments online then used the real prize money to play cash games -- mom wasn't happy), and now work as analyst, I suggest you break the notion of gamblers fallacy .And finally, for me the most important reason to stop playing Gwent. I'm sick of the endless 'bad luck' that haunts me in this game since several months.
If the roulette table lands on black 7 times in a row, does that affect the next spin? No.
Unless you assume cdpr has some unfair rng manipulation.
But then, if you are going first most of the time, then someone else must go second most of the time. You see the logic here... I'm sure you don't think there's some conspiracy against you.
Just focus on making the best play with your available information.
Coin flip is 50 50. So focus one losing less games when you go first and push your 2nd player advantage hard when you win the coin flip. Its all about increasing your overall winrate.
Suggesting for cdpr to improve certain aspects of the game is fine. But to cite fixed RNG as a complaint is not valid.