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Well i think i can speak for everyone when i say that im completly and utterly in love with this website <3 it gives you access to every and any card in both the TCG and the OCG and to be honest i believe the game should be like this in reality were everyone has Dualitys, Warnings, good syncs, ect to make it fairy instead of the game being about who ever can afford these cards anyway i love the program what about you? Raiga (talk • contribs) 02:36, May 28, 2011 (UTC)
- I respect that, Raiga... This site is frequently up-to-the-date, and is very successful Wikia so far I ever see. And if you should mean by "Fairly", because "Fairy" is already exist. I would suggest you to check the Rulings more often to keep yourself in touch with correct and error of the games - like Helix-King once said. Most of the times, newb duelists are ignorance of the rulings and usually to be ass like that. If you are manage to get YVD download and play it, then I would congratulation you for that, since my laptop quit using it for few months. --FredCat 09:49, May 28, 2011 (UTC)
- Well, what I am saying is; This site is updating very frequently and is very successfully out of all wikia sites. Sorry about my grammar. --FredCat 10:31, May 28, 2011 (UTC)
A lot of people there don't know the rules and there are a huge number of asses but there's quite a few decent people who respect the rules and accept the fact that you can "misclick". BobaFett2 (talk)
@Helix-King: Allow me to translate. Raiga has a typo where he says "fairy" when he meant to say "fair". FredCat, due to his relatively poor English skills (no offense), pointed it out, but thought the word was supposed to be "fairly". Lappyzard (talk • contribs) 02:11, May 31, 2011 (UTC)
i feel you auto.. just the other day i was dueling someone who didnt know what priority was. i summon my brio and he tried to trap hole it .. been there for probably 10 minutes trying to explain that i have priority over his effect because its my turn (yes he plays in the tcg format).. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 11:33, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
I don't really like duelinmg network too much. I've had someone call me a net decker for using a six samurai deck(I build the deck itself and my version was rubbish in comparison to the six samrai decks you see in tournaments).
I also don't like how the cards and life points don't manage them selves after activating them(im the nintendo DS games the system keeps track life points, cards resovling). The DS gmaes are allot less confusing they tell you when you can or can 't activate cards, or if you've missed the timing. Also I just don't think it is fun as the DS games no story line , duel puzzles , booster packs nothing that really interests me. To be honest the only reason using it is because my nintendo is broken and I want to be able to play yugioh somehow whem im not at the tournaments
The reason the cards don't manage themselves is because it would take to long to make the website do that. Konami can do it because once they did it one time, they can just use the same code over and over. Remember, there are like 5000+ cards, I wouldn't want to program them all :\ --Helix-king (talk • contribs) 15:13, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
the dueling network is awesome site i only been on there for 2 days or so and its doing great so far even tho the server crashes sometimes. in terms of duelists, well so far i encounter 3 douche bags that insulted me just because i was winning the duel and i think that's not cool, i think everyone should have respect among each other and be friendly because after all it just game. I let ppl do take back on their moves if they mess up becuase everyone dont click on the right command sometimes. my point is not only the site but reality you win some and you lose some dont get anal about learned from your losses and work out your deck.
I find the site useful for testing out decks. But i find people can't follow basic rules and explaining it to them is time consuming. Its good place to test skills and use meta decks u will never own and OCG cards are fun to fuck with people! Automation44 (talk • contribs) 08:36, June 7, 2011 (UTC)Automation44
Put me in the group who thinks most of the players on there don't know the game; I've had the same guy drop out twice on me, first when I called him for trying to negate my Royal Oppression after I had already negated his Special Summon and he had ended his turn, then after he negated my second Offerings to the Doomed (really underrated card, that) of the turn, and he insisted I skipped my next two draw phases. Also had someone drop me because he wanted to play "casual", and the very first (and only, before he dropped) card I played - Upstart Goblin - he accused of being elitist. Not surprisingly, most of the people who do this when I play them wind up playing the top tournament decks, so take that as you will; you don't know how many of these people run blackwings.
There's also a few problems with the website; they still haven't put in any Exceeds, yet (though that's probably due to an issue with programming the overlay mechanic), and there's no option to add an opponent's card to your hand (for the purpose of Exchange/Amazoness Chain Master and the like). 188.8.131.52 (talk) 16:25, June 10, 2011 (UTC)
- Yeah, but how long will it be before they do fix it? There's not even an option to choose where to put your cards on the field, so how am I going to be able to play a Senet Switch deck, if I so choose? Anyway, speaking of idiots on that site, I just got a ragequitter who insisted I couldn't play Dark Hole without setting it for a turn, first, because "it wasn't a quickplay", and then argued I had to skip my battle phase if I DID activate it. Seriously, it's like half of these guys don't read the rules, and the other half attempt to rewrite them when they don't like the outcome. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 12:16, June 14, 2011 (UTC)
- The website has been up for just over a month, give the one guy running it a break. Besides, who in the world plays Senet Switch? There are much more important features to put in, such as match duels and a counter management system. Just because a few problematic cards don't work isn't a reason to forgo the whole site. And as for the noobs, all you have to do is not duel people with low rating/rep and 90% of your problems are solved.
How do I get set up on the website? :/
Could be better it could activate the affect on it own and take away life points by itself and its missing a few cards
I find Duel Monsters Genesis to be a better program myself, it tends to be more up-to-date in which cards it has in its database, and allows more options for abstract effects such as Magical Hats setting spell cards in the monster zone or Senet Switch moving monsters from zone to zone —This unsigned comment was made by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) 23:18, January 15, 2012
- As well as banish top card face-down (because of Esper Girl required to banish it) and place Monster from hand into s/t (for Inzektor) as well as place it in s/t slot from the Graveyard. They also lacked counters (for Spellcaster stuff, like Magical Citadel of Endymion) and possible to adapt ATK/DEF points along with the level number (like King of the Skull Servants and some Wind-Up Monsters that can adapt their levels). So many lack stuffs I can see. --FredCat 23:38, January 15, 2012 (UTC)
- I like how it isn't automatic, it makes you learn rulings and card effects. I remember playing the World Championship 2011 game on the NDS, I was in the rental deck tournament and selected Six Sams (I'd never played Six Sams before, I was only just getting back into YuGiOh). I had no idea what I was doing, just pressed stuff like summon, activate, effect, ok, battle phase, end phase, and I won without a problem. Talk about autopilot lol.
- Sure there's a few cards that don't work on DN, but none of them are used in the meta (or any other decks for that matter), and people only want to run them to be a pain in the ass (to both the players and the site owner).
- Next you know there'll be people complaining they can't play because they're blind or some crap.
- 18.104.22.168 (talk) 06:54, February 5, 2012 (UTC)