Tips and Tricks
Pay Attention To Your Overall Tier
- Whatever mode you're playing, the overall strength of your deck will determine what tier you're in. Each tier represents more difficult players but also better possible picks (generally two for a win, one for a loss) in the 5x5 board that appears after a match. Apart from the opening Rare tier, every tier has a "+" and a "++" variation (Super Rare, Ultra Rare, Epic, Legendary, Survivor) that ostensibly increases the chances that you'll receive a special card of the quality in that tier.
Refresh The Competitor Page
- However, if you're looking for wins, always look for competitors that are lower than your tier. We recommend that you stay close to the bottom of any tier (where the bar is left as blank as possible). You can tell what tier that competitor is in by the colored belt next to their name. If you don't find one at a lower tier, a new set of competitors can be found by bringing yourself out of the page (clicking on edit deck or back) and the re-entering the page. This works in any mode. Also look at the number of wins and losses a competitor has as that will determine their overall strength.
Concentrate On Winning 2 Games, Not 3
- In Exhibition mode, the point is to win and all you need to do so is winning two battles out of three. So sometimes it's better to throw out an extremely weak card in the first round or second round if just to make the AI opponent (hopefully) waste a high card. On that note, we recommend that if you're only trying to collect cards to improve the level of your cards through training, to use a build of two of your best wrestlers, your best Diva card, and two throwaway common cards for tag battles. This will keep your tier rating as low as possible so that you can collect wins.
Maximize The Level of Quality Cards Before Combining Cards
- Combining cards is extremely important in WWE SuperCard as it can create a superstar whose overall rating is even higher than fully maxed out card of the next quality. In other words, a max-leveled Pro Super Rare card will overpower a max-leveled Ultra Rare card, but only so long as the two cards that the Super Rare card used to form the Pro version have been maxed as well. Yes, it will take a long time to gather enough cards to do just that, but that's the price for maximum potential.
Other FAQ Details
King of the Ring mode matches you up with 15 other players to compete for the championship and earn powerful rewards. The strength of your KotR deck changes your tier rating. And this in turn determines the rewards you will earn as well.
Alignment is used for Tag Team Matches and complementing alignments are good tag team and receive a stat bonus. Drag and Drop Energy cards collected from the Exhibition games to restore a superstar's stamina. Use Boost cards to increase superstar stats during the next game. Only one of each boost can be active at a time.
Training a superstar removes another superstar from MY Cards to increase the card's level.
Two of the exact same superstars can be combined into a pro version of the superstars. Pro superstars have better stats and a higher potential..