So i was scrolling through some wands reviews and i came across a 2 star one that i could relate to (though anything less than 5 is honestly blasphemy). It was something to the effect of "i waited 5 minutes to play a match, then when i finally found one all i could do was watch as i was cut down almost instantly." I really feel for this guy, as the only players i usually matched up against when i first started playing were occyring and pleased to meet you, both who had and still have way more experience and skill than i do. It was very frustrating to lose match after match, and since i always lost i never felt like i was learning or improving despite occys assurances that i was getting better.
So my question is, how can we develop players better? What can we do when playing 6 spell noobs to not crush their souls? I guess if there are a lot of new players they may find another new player. But there are always going to be the pros out there. And because they play often you are likely to match with them at some point.
I just hate seeing negative reviews from people that didnt really even play the game...maybe people just need more patience, too much instagratification culture out there