I just started playing this week and I keep getting destroyed by people with much stronger decks than mine, and even though I GG despite having no chance, half of the time they don't even GG back. What's up with these [...] that they don't even have the decency to GG after destroying a new player who barely has more than the starting decks??
Sometimes I can be guilty of what you call 'time wasting', but to be fair, sometimes you are chasing daily or seasonal challenges, so you just have to grind out a game even though you are no chance of winning.My no-GG list:
- NG double scenario / poison spam
- cards stealing - be it Enslave, Sweers, Muzzle, Shupe, Philippa
- taunts - especially when they are used to ridicule or humiliate your opponent
- time wasting - when I run out of cards and lost already, but the opponent decides to waste both our time and keeps playing with himself - no matter what his motivation is, be it for challenge, or to humiliate the opponent or to show off.
You really don't 'need' 5 scraps, but it helps - as does everything. I would put myself in your position because I think we're not dissimilar in time played, etc but I'd say the following:**etc**
I got a deck that "tries" to do the double Ball gimmick, and it's my first semi-decent deck and the only one (total noob here ). . And I won't get another one anytime soon - to progress and try all the "more sophisticated" stuff - because ppl like you don't give gg to help me get resources.
You know that if you click on their speach bubble that you can just mute them, right ?When I get pitched against a taunt spammer I just forfeit.
Then proceed to GG.
Alas, it doesn't mean Good Game More like Good Grief.
I was under the impression that it only mutes the audio.You know that if you click on their speach bubble that you can just mute them, right ?
If you mute them they cannot use even a single taunt anymore.
So that explanation makes little sense to me.
This is an age where people get offended more quickly than ever. People know about the mute yet don't choose to use it for some reason. I gave up trying to understand.What do taunts have to do with giving a GG ?
If an opponent annoys with taunts or uses a random taunt you can just mute them.
You're the one who "keeps going when there was no need". If you know you've lost against these decks, you're wasting your own time. Complaining about others taking their time is just ridiculous. If anything, it might put them off guard as they would assume you have some endgame combo that you can still win with.keep going when there was no need
I feel you. This game, just like most multiplayer games make you invest a lot in order to try your best and win. Sadly, if you look at even the top of the ranks you have players having more loses than wins; that keeps me saneI find the more I play, the less inclined I am to GG. The number of times I lose to what feels like cheap tricks is very high. Then there's this 'roping' thing, net decks, people taking ages over their last 3 cards when they're 40 points ahead, etc. Sometimes it's as though you think to yourself you shouldn't bother because as long as they can pull out a stunt they win. And you can tell the difference between a good player and one who isn't so it's not that. In fact, it's embarrassing at times to play someone good because the gulf in ability (between they and I) is huge.