ValorDoku is a strategic and engaging game inspired by Sudoku but tailored for fans of the competitive tactical shooter game, Valorant. In ValorDoku, ...

About ValorDoku

What is ValorDoku?

ValorDoku is a strategic and engaging game inspired by Sudoku but tailored for fans of the competitive tactical shooter game, Valorant. In ValorDoku, players are tasked with filling a grid with the names of Valorant professional players. The goal is to place a player in each grid square based on specific roles they have played recently. The challenge lies in selecting players picked less frequently by other ValorDoku participants, aiming for a lower percentage of common picks to achieve a better score.

How to Play ValorDoku

 - Understanding Roles: Each grid square corresponds to a specific role or combination of roles in Valorant. Players must understand these roles and the recent playing history of professional Valorant players:

  • Single Role: Players who have predominantly played one role will fit into that role (e.g., Duelist, Initiator).
  • Dual Role: Players who have frequently played two roles will fit into the respective dual role category (e.g., Init-Senti for a player who plays both Initiator and Sentinel).
  • Flex Role: Players who have played three or more roles will fit into the flex category.
  • Viper Two Role: Some players are known for playing Viper along with another primary role (e.g., Less: Viper-Senti).

 - Special Considerations:

  • Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ): Players who qualified for a championship through an LCQ.
  • Misc Tournament Winner: Players who have won post-franchising tournaments like LOCK//IN and KICK//OFF.
  • League Winner: Players who have won one of the post-franchising leagues (Americas, EMEA, Pacific, and China).
  • Team Affiliations: Players can be associated with a team they are currently on or a team they have previously played for. For example, a player like Vanity who has been on Cloud9 at different times can be considered for any grid square referencing Cloud9.

 - Filling the Grid:

  • Begin by analyzing the grid and the specific roles required for each square.
  • Select a player who fits the role criteria for that square. It’s essential to consider their recent performances and roles played.
  • Remember, the goal is to pick players who are less commonly chosen by others. Unique picks will yield a lower percentage score and a better overall score.

 - Strategy Tips:

  • Research: Stay updated on recent tournaments and player role changes. They are knowing who has played what roles recently can give you an edge.
  • Rare Picks: Aim to select players who are less obvious choices. Think about players who might fit multiple categories or have had standout performances in less prominent tournaments.
  • Balance: Ensure that you are not repeating players unnecessarily. Diversifying your picks across different roles and teams can help maintain a lower percentage score.

 - Submitting Your Grid:

  • Once you have filled out the grid, review your selections to ensure they fit the required roles accurately.
  • Submit your grid and compare your score with others. The goal is to have the lowest percentage score, reflecting less common and more strategic picks.

By understanding the intricacies of player roles and tournament outcomes and employing strategic thinking, you can excel in ValorDoku and enjoy the competitive fun of this unique game tailored for Valorant enthusiasts.

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