Hey, up for a duel? Edit
I was just looking at your deck, seems pretty good, fancy a duel??
Hi i live in Tassie, were you in Penrith NSW when i saw you in the game shop and we had a duel but you beat me i remember playing Freed the Matchless General
Thanks for your interest but card destruction is usefull 2 ways:
- If the opponent has a good hand that will kill it.
- If used with protector of the scantuary the opponent wont even draw because the protector's effect so the opponent begins the turn with 1 card only. --Time Waits for Nobody! but me! 12:11, December 5, 2011 (UTC)
RE:Huge Revolution Reversal Edit
Hi there! Don't worry, I wasn't talking about you adding it to your watchlist. I was referring to how people keep using the phrase "removes from play" when the new proper term is "banishes". What you did was perfectly fine.
- Forgot to say, you can add "Follow" as an option on your wikia toolbar. Click on "Customize", then "Popular Tools", then "Follow". Go to the page you want to follow, and click "Follow" on your wikia toolbar, and you're all set. :)--Golden Key (talk • contribs) 00:04, December 6, 2011 (UTC)
- Not personally, but aren't there some people on this wiki that have it? IPlay4Fun (talk • contribs) 10:18, December 8, 2011 (UTC)
- Figuring as much, but I don't know exactly who. I'll ask around, though. Thanks. Lord Grammaticus (talk • contribs) 10:19, December 8, 2011 (UTC)
The best thing to do to understand meta decks are as follows:
- Read Tournament Reports!
- Read Feature Matches of YCS.
- Make Meta decks and duel with them, this helps you see how the decks work and how they play. Do the same of decks you aren't sure about.
- I can also give you a few practice decks to make, if you would like, then I'll rate them. ---Dark Ace SP (Talk) 19:35, June 21, 2012 (UTC)
DFF Entrance Exam Edit
Thank you for expressing interest in becoming a deckbuilder. To assess your skill, you will be given a project by two current deckbuilders, including myself. Please take as much time as you need with these projects; we would rather get a good deck later than a sloppy one now. Good luck. Lappyzard (talk • contribs) 18:44, August 22, 2012 (UTC)
Lappy's Test: Build me a deck that can quickly and consistently summon Destiny End Dragoon.
Blaze's Test: Build me a deck based around the Archfiend archetype (the Chess variety). You cannot use Tour Guide From the Underworld, Chaos Sorcerer, or Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning in this deck. BlazeLordX (talk • contribs) 04:21, August 23, 2012 (UTC)
DFF Results Edit
As you probably expected, you failed. Here are some of Blaze's comments on your Archfiend deck.
- I don't like maxing out Vilepawn.
- Watchbear doesn't really flow.
- It would have been nicer to see a little more generic Fiend support.
- I would have preferred three Desrook instead of three Infernalqueen.
- Dangerous Machine should generally be avoided.
- Only one MST but a Bait Doll is a poor choice.
- There is no Monster Reborn, which is a staple.
- Axe of Despair doesn't really help much.
- Falling Down is the best card in the archetype. You should have more than 1.
- I don't like the two Bribe.
- Needs more ways to stop summons.
As for the Destiny End Dragoon deck, I would have liked to see you at least try. By the way: Chain Material and Fusion Gate. DED's effect neutralizes the drawback of Chain Material, so by giving up 2 cards you could put 3 DED on the field. Lappyzard (talk • contribs) 18:52, August 27, 2012 (UTC)