Le_Cr0c Feb 5, 2013 @ 1:59pm
Kicked because of low level? It's a Cold War game, not a Nazi game.
I'm getting kicked because of my low level apparently, can't even talk with the host.. "Level 18?" and bam, kicked. Yes sir, sure, I probably have at least twice as much more experience as you do in any video game type, made a win-streak of five in my first step into multiplayer and beatten the whole campaign with almost every command stars, but you're right, i'm an 18 level so i should be kicked. There is still close-minded ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s even in these litlle known multiplayer-communtity games, anyway I hope he was the only one! :p
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Boomer99 Feb 5, 2013 @ 3:27pm 
Eh, don't sweat it. It happens.

You can always be the host, and put in the title "low levels" or similar. Honestly, I'd rather play with people that are close to my level (which is only a 23), so I can understand if someone at level 100 doesn't want to play with someone like me.

Also, the higher your level, the less likely you're going to be a troll or team killer. So, that's another benefit of playing with similar levels.
skyray_us Feb 5, 2013 @ 4:57pm 
Don't get discouraged. Some will kick you for no reason that they care to tell you about but there are also a number of experienced players who will go to great lengths to help you out. Suggestions with tactics and deployment, deck construction and other things.
One point that many of us newer players may not realize is how much experience you can gain by getting into just one match against a high level opponent. I was in a match against a level 78 and went up 5 levels and gained 16 command stars in just that 1 match. Noobs who know this sometimes troll high level players for just this reason. There are 2 ends to this but I would hope that experience looking for experience would be polite enough to tell you why they want to match with a more experienced player.
Either way, don't worry...you'll get there and we'll have a better community because you won't do to theres what one or two have done to you.
BigDog622 Feb 5, 2013 @ 8:05pm 
I look for connection speeds 1st
Your Neighbour Feb 5, 2013 @ 11:30pm 
Be a troll and keep on rejoining until they get agitated and give up

it happens less often when you hit level 20+, having said that, the main concern is your level difference to the host, if the host is only 30, and his opposition is a level 80 with 1800 ELO, kick can happen too, doesn't happen just one way
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BigDog622 Feb 6, 2013 @ 9:20am 
Originally posted by Your Neighbour:
Be a troll and keep on rejoining until they get agitated and give up

it happens less often when you hit level 20+, having said that, the main concern is your level difference to the host, if the host is only 30, and his opposition is a level 80 with 1800 ELO, kick can happen too, doesn't happen just one way


lol....the Mac guys are so behind, I think the highest freind I have is in the 40's but most guys are still low 20's & teens, we will be meat once the cross platform opens up
Your Neighbour Feb 6, 2013 @ 12:09pm 
Originally posted by BigDog622:
Originally posted by Your Neighbour:
Be a troll and keep on rejoining until they get agitated and give up

it happens less often when you hit level 20+, having said that, the main concern is your level difference to the host, if the host is only 30, and his opposition is a level 80 with 1800 ELO, kick can happen too, doesn't happen just one way


lol....the Mac guys are so behind, I think the highest freind I have is in the 40's but most guys are still low 20's & teens, we will be meat once the cross platform opens up

You unlock a full deck around level 10, then you can start smashing the opponent

Level in this game only indicate how manay games you have played thats all
Sirizaball Feb 6, 2013 @ 1:05pm 
People today are "level" racists, Somehow :P but honetly it is fun to have "noobs".. It is only too big level wich could be kickable :P And i have played with other people.. And level does not mostly matter.. The worst guy (for me who is level 20 or something) was a level 100 who gave up almost at once.
nukecola Feb 6, 2013 @ 5:21pm 
when i was new player,it happened to me too,but someone want play with experenced play to challenge themself,these i understand,other just discrimination,these ♥♥♥ i dont like them,u can creat room urself too
Sithis Feb 7, 2013 @ 12:39pm 
As someone who hosts high level games a lot with level 18 there is no way you will have the experience to compete with level 100, but thats ok everybody is learning all the time.
Im trying to get a balanced game together which is hard when you play with 4 level 100.
A lot of opponents leave immediatly when they see someone below lvl 70 on their side.

So here is what i suggest:
1.Stick to low level games. Your skill level might be to high, but it gives you room to experiment.
2.Want a challenge? PM some high levels and team up with them before hosting a lobby.
MorningstarXIV Feb 8, 2013 @ 10:33pm 
I am interested to play against hiogher levels so i can replay the game and see how they beat me. I like playing against lower levels because i like to win.
Boomer99 Feb 9, 2013 @ 12:58pm 
Originally posted by dirtyclubber:
I am interested to play against hiogher levels so i can replay the game and see how they beat me. I like playing against lower levels because i like to win.

This is how I learn my weaknesses. I've discovered a few things that were causing me to get beat by watching replays against higher ranked opponents. Another good reason to play higher rated players.
naizarak Feb 9, 2013 @ 11:00pm 
high-level players don't like to see "noobs" because it ruins game balance. i'd recommend looking for "noob friendly" lobbies and building exp from there. it's random really, some people will kick you while others won't.
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