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Question regarding training in the World Tour

Postby Hungz » 27 Jul 2012, 16:08

I was wondering if there was a more efficient way to grind out the training on the WT. I've just been joining tournaments and then giving up on the first match, that gives me 6 days to train.

Is there any way you can skip a tournament altogether so you get 7 days to train instead? Please let me know! :oops:
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Re: Question regarding training in the World Tour

Postby manutoo » 28 Jul 2012, 11:22

Hello,

you don't have to select the next week tournament ; you can scroll down to see the following weeks.

But anyway, it makes no sense to give up on 1st round to get points : either start in a lower difficulty level and/or at a higher rank to get plenty of points at start (and then raise back the difficulty level on 1st match), or change the way points are given => www.managames.com/Forum/topic1-472.php .
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Re: Question regarding training in the World Tour

Postby Hungz » 28 Jul 2012, 14:29

Ah yes, I figured it out shortly after I made the original post! I was under the assumption that you had to participate in a tournament every week.

I wasn't leaving the first match of every tournament to get points though. I had over 300 points but I just never had the time to train, so I thought I had to purposely tank a tournament in order to get time to train. Silly me, I could've just entered a tournament another week.

Anyways, thanks for the help and the heads up on the way training can be changed in the .ini file. :)
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