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301758.1
Date: 11/19/2019 1:17:55 AM
Kira Kira Koseki
II.3
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Second Team:
Yubi Yubi
Ah s***, here we go again...

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301758.2 in reply to 301758.1
Date: 11/19/2019 5:31:52 AM
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Funny ... I said that when I saw you land in here XD

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301758.3 in reply to 301758.2
Date: 11/19/2019 9:49:06 PM
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Hello everybody,

I have just come up from Div 3 and wow, this is a huge difference. Looks like I will be going back to Div 3 next season. lol

From: pete

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301758.4 in reply to 301758.3
Date: 11/20/2019 4:12:22 AM
Overall Posts Rated:
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Good luck Neo. Always tough moving up. ihope you have cash to splash, but if not save up more.

From: Neophonic

To: pete
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301758.5 in reply to 301758.4
Date: 11/20/2019 4:15:52 AM
Overall Posts Rated:
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Nah, not much saved up. Am hoping that I can save some this season and then hopefully come back in a few more seasons and be better. There is a big difference between div 3 and div 2. The floor salary in div 3 is only like $130k. Lol.

From: pete

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301758.6 in reply to 301758.5
Date: 11/21/2019 9:16:05 AM
Overall Posts Rated:
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You might need to adjust your arena prices as well to try and maximize your profits especially that your arena is a smaller size.

Last edited by pete at 11/21/2019 9:16:29 AM

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301758.7 in reply to 301758.3
Date: 11/23/2019 3:24:35 AM
Kira Kira Koseki
II.3
Overall Posts Rated:
779779
Second Team:
Yubi Yubi
Relatively speaking, the jump from 3 to 2 isn't nearly as bad as the chasm that separates 2 from ABBL. My squad that comfortably won the division in S46 went 4-18 in the higher league despite only getting better in both training and personnel. That being said, 3 to 2 is still a big jump for a new team that hasn't had much time to build a bank account.

Last edited by Jay (OTT) at 11/23/2019 3:25:30 AM

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301758.8 in reply to 301758.7
Date: 11/23/2019 4:38:53 PM
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Yeah when I promoted to div1 I was on the salary floor the whole season and 2 weeks out realised I could win the championship with 2 more players and no home court advantage. The difference is you can't have any weaknesses in div1.You lose your best player for 2 weeks and it derails your season. You don't have decent bench players and you get exposed for 10 minutes in every position.

My biggest issue was single position training trainees with nearly 300k salary between them. Half my teams salary allowance was essentially lost on 1 starting position. I was more competitive when they were not quite at div1 level but super salary efficient. I'm not ever selling Bort or Chuxiang, but Rajendran might have to make way for some young blood.

Last edited by Perriwinkle Blue at 11/23/2019 4:41:22 PM

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301758.9 in reply to 301758.7
Date: 1/4/2020 12:57:28 PM
Kira Kira Koseki
II.3
Overall Posts Rated:
779779
Second Team:
Yubi Yubi
Oh so a 12-1 team only gets one all-star and he isn't even starting eat a bag of d***s virtual fanbase...

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301758.10 in reply to 301758.9
Date: 1/4/2020 3:36:07 PM
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The all-star voting is as broken as most things in this game, but given the voting is based on specific positions and statistical top 10's, it actually makes sense.

From: pete

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301758.11 in reply to 301758.10
Date: 1/13/2020 1:54:48 AM
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i had a player make asw after only one match lol. That was a long time ago though