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Starting fighter points, where do you like to put them?


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#1 andy808

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Posted 10 November 2019 - 02:03 PM

Hey guys, coming back after a long break and made a bunch of 18 year olds to train for a while and 25 year olds to fight while I'm waiting. I was curious to see how people like to put their starting points into their fighters to see how bad I messed up haha

Am I able to get a mentor? I couldnt find where it is, and I can tell I am gonna need a lot of guidance in sliders and training

Thanks in advance everyone
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#2 popart

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Posted 10 November 2019 - 02:48 PM

Regardless of 25 or 18 yo build, i always pack points into certain categories. For example, 110 in clinchwork, etc,. Ill put 1s in categories I dont care about, for example 1 in sub offense for a primarily stand up guy. Its easier to train up other skills this way, and while my slider game results in more losses than it should, Im under the impression that most top managers do the same.
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#3 UniConor

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Posted 10 November 2019 - 03:36 PM

Regardless of 25 or 18 yo build, i always pack points into certain categories. For example, 110 in clinchwork, etc,. Ill put 1s in categories I dont care about, for example 1 in sub offense for a primarily stand up guy. Its easier to train up other skills this way, and while my slider game results in more losses than it should, Im under the impression that most top managers do the same.

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