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- Developer: Com2uS
- Publisher: Com2uS
- Genre: Simulation
- Release Date: Jul 26, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
- Other Platforms
Question & Answers
Card can no longer be upgraded
I failed when leveling my level 4 card and now it can't be upgraded. Does anyone know what to do.
Answer from: mrblasto
You get seven attempts to upgrade a card. It counts as an attempt whether upgrade succeeds or fails. Thus if you try 7 attempts and 4 of them fail, your card will be at level 4 and will no longer be upgradeable.
You can initialize the card back to level 1 for a cost of 149 stars. Then you'd be able to upgrade it again. Stars must be bought, they cannot be earned. You can purchase 220 stars for $1.99 at the game's store.
Upgrades have a certain chance of success that decreases the higher the level goes. The first upgrade, level 1 to 2, has about an 80% chance of success. You can ensure an upgrade will succeed by spending 32 stars per level. I usually try the first upgrade to level 2 without stars, then use stars to ensure subsequent level ups succeed. Another ploy is to purchase the card you want at a higher level using net points (regular game points converted to net points). Then you can get upgraded cards by earning points instead of purchasing stars. Stats transfer between cards for the same player, even if different grades, provided the player is on your team when you switch them (not in pitcher's or batter's room). I'm not sure if stats transfer between a regular player and a "monster" version of that player (a card with a 2 digit year next to the player's name).
Posted on: 04-07-2014