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PostSubject: Methods of a Mad Deckbuilder   2013-02-26, 06:45

http://i.imgur.com/sE85jPh.png
Here I'm going to outline the process with which I created a 60 card deck that doesn't use spells and traps. As soon as I figure out how to convert YGOPro vids to youtube I'll prove that the deck does indeed work. I'm trying to dispel the misconception that you need to have a 40 card deck to be consistent and that you need spells or traps to help your monsters along. I have yet to make a decent spell/trap only deck so when that happens I may post a sequel to this.

It went something like this (the things in parentheses are me talking to myself):
(I'm tired of all the space I have to use for my staple cards. I should make a deck without staples.)
*Makes a Mermail deck
(This seems a like I could make it faster with some nimblefish, but I don't want to take out any of my monsters. I'll take out some of my traps.)
*Takes out traps and adds nimblefish cards
(Hmm... Do I really need those spells? Nah, I'll add an atlantean engine instead)
*Adds atlanteans
(Now I've got a semi-decent deck, but it seems inconsistent... I'll add some frogs)
*Adds frogs but notices that he's at 50 cards
(Uh-oh I'm over 40... Wait, so what this looks like it would work fine. It could be even better though, lets add fishborgs)
*Adds fishborgs
(54 cards now, that seems like a weird number. Lets add those new water dragons to make the deck better.)
*Adds water incarnate dragons and an extra
(Lets test this)
*Summons two gachi-gachi gangetsu an armored kappa and gungnir on first turn
(Laughs inwardly)
*Wins
*Smiles

OK that might not have been exactly the process I made the deck with but its close enough. The duel was real though and I did summon all that stuff in one turn. I added some other stuff later but the core strategy is the same. Ultimately I figured out that deck size doesn't matter its how well you can use and abuse the cards in it. Frankly if I made the deck smaller it wouldn't be quite as fast, it might be more consistent but I'm fine with that. I built this with a passive aggressive play style in mind. Gachi being the passive and everything else in my deck being aggressive. Almost every card in there has a use and that use is extremely effective. Spells here could be added but would ultimately slow it down and ruin the consistency. Traps would be even more destructive.
That's about all I have to say on that. You guys know the drill, questions comments concerns,
For science,
Lloyd Asplund


Dueling against me is like getting stomped in the balls repeatedly by a man in a bear suit. The bear is wearing a hat and a bowtie. It's random and slightly painful. I speak from experience.
It looks like this:

P.S. the man on the ground is me
P.P.S. The man in the bear suit is also me
P.P.P.S. The opponent is probably the building or the tree or a very scared onlooker.


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PostSubject: Re: Methods of a Mad Deckbuilder   2013-02-26, 07:17

0.0 sooo many cards..... well i find this deck pretty interesting to say the least, and are you so confident with this deck that you might buy it irl?




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PostSubject: Re: Methods of a Mad Deckbuilder   2013-02-26, 07:43

The point of this topic isn't the deck itself but to prove a point and give an example of how I build decks (albeit an odd example). As for your question: If I had the money to spend $300 on 3 cards yeah I probably would. Its fun to play and it doesn't seem like it would ever be hit hard enough to lose the majority of its power. Since I don't have that kind of cash I would try and refine the decks I already have IRL to YCS calibur.


Dueling against me is like getting stomped in the balls repeatedly by a man in a bear suit. The bear is wearing a hat and a bowtie. It's random and slightly painful. I speak from experience.
It looks like this:

P.S. the man on the ground is me
P.P.S. The man in the bear suit is also me
P.P.P.S. The opponent is probably the building or the tree or a very scared onlooker.
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