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Collection Involution Concept

Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by Kumaro, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. Kumaro

    Kumaro Member

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    Well, I was thinking about this for a while, and now I want to share this idea with you .

    Everyone knows the evolution mechanics, you know, sacrifice 3/4/5 characters of the current character tier you want to evolve to change his tier to Silver/Gold/Diamond, well, what about involution?

    What if we take the evolution mechanics and totally reverse it?

    Let me explain, if we need a Max. Level character and 3/4/5 characters of the same tier to evolve, what if we sacrifice a Lvl. 1 character to get 3/4/5 characters of the tier before it?

    I know that sounds confusing, but here's a more detailed explanation:

    Character involution requirements:
    - It need to be Lvl. 1 (If the character reaches Lvl.2 the involution can't make)
    - It need to be a natural tier character (the involution doesn't work on characters that we previously evolved)
    - When we involve it, we lose the character that we involve and, depending on the tier, can get characters of the last tier.

    Example:
    -Involve a Bronze character to get 15 elemental shards of the fighter's element.
    -Involve a Silver character to get 5 Bronze characters
    -Involve a Gold character to get 4 Silver characters
    -Involve a Diamond character to get 3 Gold characters

    One thing I need to clear out is that when we Involve a character (Ex. Beowulf) we get 3/4/5 Beowulfs of the tier before him.

    This can be very useful If you need to evolve a character but you don't have enough characters to sacrifice.

    What do you think about this concept?
     
    #1 Kumaro, Jan 30, 2019
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2019
  2. Reshiram18

    Reshiram18 Well-Known Member

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    I think it would be better to call this a devolve rather than an involve. Devolve is easier to say and is a more intuitive term for what you are suggesting here.
     
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  3. Kumaro

    Kumaro Member

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    You're right :0
     

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