Hey Ninjas & Grasshoppers,
This article helps you find any frequently asked questions that you may have regarding our new Card-Jitsu League. We'll update this page whenever we have more to add but we hope this is helpful.
For more information about Card-Jitsu: League: https://catchwav.es/dfc3b8
Visit the official Card-Jitsu website: https://cplegacy.com/cardjitsu
Q: How can I start playing Card-Jitsu: League?
A: You can start playing Card-Jitsu: League once you have played a minimum of 15 Training Matches inside the Dojo or through Training Match furniture in another Igloo.
Q: Why do I have to play 15 Training Matches to unlock League?
A: We want to make sure that you ease in correctly to the Card-Jitsu system by learning all the mechanics and how to win, the 15 Training Matches also act as a barrier for "alt accounts" and "smurfs" to pose limitations for them.
Q: What's the difference between League and normal Card-Jitsu?
A: League offers completely new gameplay mechanics and ways to strategize your gameplan. We've made big improvements to the quality of life in the game while also maintaining the nostalgic and original feel for the game.
Q: What are Utilities?
A: Utilities are a new system inside Card-Jitsu: League that offer more abilities and ways for you to control a match. You can pair Utilities with any Cards; whether Regular or Power. These Utilities offer ways for you to shake up a match and add a new twist to the game. You can view the available Utilities here.
Q: What is The Draft?
A: The Draft is a pre-match system in which both you and your opponent can decide 16 of the cards in your inventory to take into the game. The cards that you select will be inside you rotation and in your dealt hand. The Draft allows you to plan ahead and know exactly which cards can appear to your dealt hand in a match.
Q: Why am I losing Belts/Belt Points?
A: The Belt Progression System has been revamped for League and is more competitive-driven. We want to ensure that players are being placed in the correct belt rank accordance to their skill level, this could mean that when you fall below the minimum threshold for a belt, you will revert back to your previous belt rank. When you lose games, you lose BP, when you win games, you'll gain BP.
Q: How is the BP System calculated?
A: Unfortunately, we can't share you our complete system and algorithms for how we calculate your match performance, however we base our Progression system similar to how the ELO-system works. You'll also gain performance boosts for certain matches if you've been in a winning/losing streak.
Q: How can I earn more Power Cards?
A: For each new Belt Rank progression, you earn the ability to spin for new Power Cards. For 15,000 Coins you can collect 5 new random Power Cards. Within this spin, you can also respin once on any of the 5 Power Cards which you find less appealing.
Q: How do I become Black Belt?
A: You will need to reach the maximum threshold as a Brown Belt for promotion and challenge Sensei to earn your Black Belt.
Q: How do I become a Ninja?
A: Once you're a Black Belt, you will no longer be tied to the Belt Progression system, but instead play matches under the Ninja Rank system, which is what calculates your Leaderboard placement and your Ninja Status. You will gain and lose NR (Ninja Rank) each time you play League matches.
Q: What are Acts? Why has my belt rank been reset?
A: Atleast once a year, we perform an act reset to clear out our existing Ninja Leaderboard and distribute Act-based rewards. During this time, all Penguins will receive a rank reset based on their performance from last act. Some Penguins may experience a drop in 1-2 belts depending on how you played. This is done for the purpose of rank weight distribution across our entire playerbase.
Q: Can I appeal infractions from Card-Jitsu: League?
A: No, all infractions that have been issued from Card-Jitsu: League are final to maintain the competitive integrity of the game. Don't worry, there are no permanent infractions to the system. If you want to discuss the nature of your infraction, you can contact our Community Support Representatives.