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Yo! So I am constructing a Earthbound Infernity Deck and I would love some advice as to what I could do to make the deck better. I haven't built it yet I am just looking for some advice before I buy any of the cards that I don't have. WhiteGriever (talk • contribs) 20:16, June 25, 2010 (UTC)
You have way too many monsters, at this rate, you will never be handless. Consider getting some cards that let you empty your hand, and keep you with field advantage. Good cards for discarding include: Tribute to the doomed, Lightning Vortex, Limit Impulse, Double Attack, and Rope of Life. You might want to take out some of your infernity monsters (mainly the ones you have 2 of). To keep you from drawing, add Reckless Greed, or [Offerings to the Doomed]], but if you have no major field advantage, don't use them and hold on to them for when you do. Good luck!
thanks a bunch! Will definately use your suggestions.
So Here's my second attempt. I think it will work much better. Still I am looking for feedback so I can make this as powerful as I can. Thanks much. WhiteGriever (talk • contribs) 23:07, June 25, 2010 (UTC)
If you want a good tuner for Hundred-Eyes, than you might want a Trap Eater. It's almost perfect; it's a level 4 DARKFiend-TypeTuner that you can special summon. The only drawback (ignore the pun) is that he's a dead draw if your opponent doesn't have any Continuous Traps, so don't add him unless you absolutely feel it's necessary. Also, for your Extra Deck, I suggest you add a Dark End Dragon. Dark End Dragon, though the same level as Hundred-Eyes (and weaker), he can wipe out any face up monster on your opponent's field. He's also perfect because of his breakthrough wording. He "Sends the monster to the graveyard" Rather than destroying it! Meaning that any pesky affects that occur when destroyed don't activate, and he can take out cards like Neos Wiseman! Dark End can also act like a third Hundred-Eyes, especially since you only have two at the moment. Drew-Gi-Oh! (talk • contribs) 23:51, June 26, 2010 (UTC)