quick Q: hidden tax? (in General)
September 15 2009 10:47 AM EDT
I've noticed that when I fight, the money I get in rewards isn't EXACTLY added up.... unless I win my battle without losing any minions... or so it seems. I haven't tested it a lot but I just noticed it. Is there a hidden tax of some sort for losing minions, and am I rewarded for not losing minions by not being taxed? Or what is going on? Thanks haha, sorry if this is a stupid question I haven't looked for an answer too hard yet.
September 15 2009 10:48 AM EDT
actually when i win with no minions dying im still taxed but slightly less
It costs money to heal minions after fights.
It probably still costs money to heal after battle. (or before, it's about the same)
from the wiki:
After the battle
* The defender is autohealed of damage he sustained in this battle; the attacker has to pay for his own healing. This is to prevent abuse of less experienced players.
and this from the wiki glossary:
Heal: After any fight in which one or more of your minions received damage, you will need to heal them. The cost for this varies depending on your PR, how many minions were hurt, and whether any of them died. Having enough money to heal is important - never spend all your money as you will not be able to heal without it. If you don't have any money to heal yourself with, create a new character and have him give your other character money to heal with. This is easier than asking other people to give you money.
September 15 2009 11:40 AM EDT
Back in the old dark days of CB1, we had to manually heal our minions to health or not be able to fight properly sometimes ;)
Shade had to help me out once for this when I first started. ;) I bought a melee weapon from the store, and didn't have enough to Heal after losing my next fight. ;)
September 15 2009 1:53 PM EDT
AS is overpowered!!!
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