Topic: Anti-Idle: The Game /
Four questions that you've probably seen already
I’m relatively new to anti-idle and I could use some help. I tried to find out the answers on my own and make decent effort of searching the forums but my efforts have not helped. I apologize if I’m annoying anybody by answering a question that they’ve seen over a billion times before. So, without further ado, here are my questions.
1) What do the various symbols mean in the crafting menu that are visible on or next to the item’s level? The three I’ve seen are a red star, a yellow plus sign, and a green circle cut into two pieces (wherein one piece looks to be three times as large as the other.) I think the third symbol is supposed to be a clock and it means the object disappears after some time, but I have no idea about the other ones.
2) In my trial-and-error learning process of anti-idle (which comprised mostly of error) I spent most of my FCG cash trying to buy a deck that I didn’t really like. I guess it’s not a good idea to do that if I’m not too familiar with the game. But even if I’m to make my own deck, I have no idea where to start. If it’s not too much trouble, could someone give me a link or post a deck that is cheap and decent? I’m not talking about a “level-8 killer deck,” just a deck that I can rely on for low-level opponents and build upon.
3) In Anti-Idle, it states that casual features foes with “no extra stats” “but less rewards.” Is there any other difference than that, and does anybody know the specifics of the differences?
4) Lastly, is the premium sword 3 much stronger when it is fully leveled up (without enhancements from fusing, etc.) than when one initially crafts it? Or am I better off just forgetting it for now and saving my pixels and using an adventure trophy?
Sorry for all my blathering! Thanks so much for any help!