Where in the past investors might have kept reward cards as singles with the intention to either rent them out to low level accounts or, more likely, to sell them when the price goes up, with the soulbound reward cards this strategy may not work.
At least it doesn't work if you also find them useful in battles and would like to play them. In this case, combining them to the max level you play at is probably what you do.
That is what I do anyway. I keep upgrading my soulbound reward cards for two purposes:
- to play them in battles where appropriate
- maybe to use the GF versions on land if their PP will be satisfactory
During this week's town hall, Matt was asked something like "Did you calculate how much it would take for an account to max out the soulbound reward cards? "
He answered something like: "I calculated that a player from Champion League should need about 6 months to max out a common soulbound reward card."
Both quotes are from memory, so please excuse any inadvertence.
Based on this information and the fact soulbound reward cards were released on January 31st, I'd expect maxing out for common cards to start happening around the beginning of July.
So, I was curious where I was in this process. This is my soulbound reward card most advanced in the leveling-up process:
It's level 8/10, but a little over half in terms of needed BCX: 245/400.
But I only have 2 more common cards at level 8, a bunch at level 7 and even cards at level 6 or lower.
And the common cards are the ones doing the best.
For epics, some of my cards reached level 3/6, and the others are lower level, so there's a long way to go.
For legendaries, I seemed to be in luck with one of them, which is at level 3/4, but otherwise two are at 2/4 and the rest are at 1/4, if I'm lucky to have them.
I play regularly in Champion League, but haven't always been the case.
To me, having at least one maxed out common soulbound reward card by July seems kind of difficult to achieve.
I'm thinking my reward cards will start to max out in the autumn, more likely. But it would be nice if many of them would be maxed by the time Land 2.0 arrives, to open up more options.
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