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  1. 2 points
    Post your DB goat replays here, have people give analysis on how you played. If there's something specific that you want to know (eg whether a play that you made in a certain spot was correct) be sure to post that as well. I probably won't have time to review most of the games myself unless I'm really bored and the game looks interesting, but I assume that other people would enjoy reviewing goat games.
  2. 2 points
    Yup, I have 3 of every glad beast card except andal, and maybe alexander? But the latter isn't relevant lol I forgot to mention I have 2 forbidden chalice, 1 sphere kuriboh and 1 metalmorph on that list. Too many card that work with this deck lol. Adhesion actually could be a great tech, I think I have 1-2 of those, so probably will give it a whirl. Right now my spell and trap line up has been this; 3 econ 2 Anti-spell arrows 2 Wall of D 1 Floodgate Trap Hole 1 Impenetrable attack 1 Curse of Anubis 1 Windstorm of Etaqua
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    I have the following relevant in Glads: 3 E-con 3 Wall of D 3 Half Counter 2 Anti-Spell Arrows 1 Floodgate 1 Impenetrable Attack 1 Curse of Anubis 1 Windstorm of Etaqua 0 Cosmic Cyclone 0 Mirror Wall 0 Half Shut
  4. 2 points
    I would run a low monster count and run balance. Do you have floodgates?
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    I've been away for about 2-3 days, going to hit kc cup with glad beasts cause i still don't have CA :s What do you think is better skill for them, balance, restart or mind scan? I run 1 Augustus so been playing restart, it's been good because I also get to shuffle back hands where I open too many monsters. I feel however I could probably fix that situation by itself by running less monsters and not running any that brick, hence why I think Mind Scan might be good.
  6. 2 points
    i also play 3 econ though i see your point, i'll probably switch to scan. think i'm gonna follow your lead and lose floodgate / spellshield as well - with mindscan you dont need spellshield and floodgate is only really great vs the mirror, which 3 econ should cover
  7. 2 points
    To me it just makes sense to run restart or balance to always give you a playable hand. Regardless of how you make the deck, if you aren’t using one of these skills you’re going to just lose to your own deck sometimes
  8. 2 points
    Problem with mind scan over econ is that with mscan i have opened twice in 4 games with ben,ben,dankai,ben or just more monster clogs - this despute playing 4 rituals, 1 bird and 2 pet angel
  9. 2 points
    I mean, maybe I just haven't faced good REZ players ( I think I've only played vs 1/2 post list REZ decks) but I never had trouble with them pre list, outside of econ take they have no way to deal with an idaten boosted dakini, so if you can buff Dakini up and force their econs, or have your own econ to counter theirs that should work. You can also cyclone spirit if you go first so that's not nothing.
  10. 2 points
    I like Wall of Disruption vs REZ
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    I think the current situation is basically Mind Scan CA has the best matchups against the field, basically 70%+ win rates vs everything other than the mirror. But Restart has a decent advantage in the mirror (not a giant advantage, Mind Scan removes any ability to bluff econ while the mind scan player can still bluff, and coin toss is arguably even more important than having a better hand on average meaning you can't get much better than 50% win rate in the mirror on having better hands alone) but Restart is much more vulnerable to the backrow heavy decks that mind scan can basically crush any time they don't hard brick. This could lead to an unstable equilibrium where Mind Scan CA dominates the rest of the field, but restart becomes more prevalent to improve the mirror and backrow decks come back since they have a decent, and in some cases positive matchup against restart CA (especially the case with stuff like Amazoness Burn.)
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    So I think we're actually in agreement, if you don't know the opponents backrow you need to play passively so you don't lose to econ. But that's suboptimal so you should use mind scan so you only play passively when you have to rather than all the time.
  13. 1 point
    Hey guys, so I've tried lots of autoduel variants and find that since the AI is dumb; it is best to do attribute ones. Examples attached are fire and light ones as a decent starting point
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    I think you want to go for 2 Senju 1 Sonic Bird (1 Sprite’s Blessing) Save the additional gems. 3rd senju or 2nd bird will only give a small boost to your consistency, only worth the gems if you really want the optimal build at all costs alternatively with 2 gozuki 2 Rez and 2-3 samurai you can play REZ
  16. 1 point
    Try this Dexter
  17. 1 point
    Just have a question about investing gems. Currently have 1 senju, 1 sonic bird, 2 gozuki, 0 disruption, 1 floodgate, 2 mirror wall been using Ancient Gear so far but don't feel like that's going to cut it in stage 2 so wanted to know if I should invest in a second senju for CAs (down to 80 packs in that set atm), something else for a different deck, or just keep going as is. Currently have 2600 gems.
  18. 1 point
    At legend I have played 0 legit decks, just backrow degeneracy
  19. 1 point
    That's good, means you will play legit stuff. Also you will probably play a shit ton of AG. Ok walking home. posting the list in about 45 min.
  20. 1 point
    Nah I'm still Legend 1, haven't had time lately to play much
  21. 1 point
    Do you have the full monster line-up? aka 3 laquari, 2 essadari? - one card I always thought would be good in glad beasts is adhesion trap hole, never ran it cause it is outclassed by floodgate but I think it would be a good fit in here if you have it, a nice budget replacement.
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    AI hates CA so much it just throws Dakini in the grave when it has game
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    If you cant see their sets you’re going to lose more games to it than bricking would Like realize it you don’t brick with mind scan you often pretty much just win because you know exactly how to play faint I play 3 econ with mind scan so if you brick you can stall im not saying restart is bad, but at some point you’re going to need the info more than the consistency
  25. 1 point
    Ai really sucjs with chiron. "Oh i can use riryoku for game? Lol no summon chiron kill their legendary ocean instead!!"
  26. 1 point
    Still working on 3SD, if I get it within the next few days I would like to test.
  27. 1 point
    Here's my review of Silver's duel vs HyperBeam. Most of it is just senseless yelling:
  28. 1 point
    This needs no criticism just enjoy. https://www.duelingbook.com/replay?id=1984-2102007
  29. 1 point
    you both played so fucking bad i lost count of the misplays why do you keep setting tsukuyomi
  30. 1 point
    In game 2, you kept a sheep token on the field through a torrential tribute and then played meta on it a few turns later.
  31. 1 point
    463-005-943 I will send one hand Vagabonds.
  32. 1 point
    Post list it’s tough becaus they run over dakini with 2400-3000 rez’s with beatdown and once you banish MAR it’s gone you prob need to play passively to play around their backrows but the econ take OTK or Metalmorph if they tech that can be game at any point idaten boosted dakini is your strongest weapon vs them, but you wont always draw that, and if you do they can sometimes OTK you through it with insane econ / gozuki / SS 1 or 2 Rez + beatdown plays (which arent even uncommon for them to draw into in a few turns)
  33. 1 point
    A lot of people think REZ has a favorable matchup vs CA I have personally experienced that the matchup is hard as well, sometimes winnable but it really depends on draws from both sides, seems close to 50/50 Is there anything we can do to make the match-up favorable in case we start facing them a lot? Or any deck or cards that’s good against both CA and REZ (while still not being bad vs ninja GB AG?) So far I can only think of Enemy Controller being good vs all. Floodgate is nuts vs CA, Cosmic Cyclone is nuts vs Ninja, but neither are amazing vs REZ. I also think REZ may be a good plan B to use in case CA isn’t cutting it anymore at some point - even though it’s the best deck Also in general, I think Sphere Kuriboh could potentially become MVP in this tournament. If you start facing a lot of backrow hate (mind scan, cyclone; anti magic arrows, extermination, sergeant electro, Xing Zhen, ancient gear, Bestiari), that’s when Sphere Kuriboh will shine. It’s probably not worth buying but in case you already have them, I highly recommend playing them or keeping them in mind in any backrow heavy deck, unless you’re playing balance or something
  34. 1 point
    It's one thing if you wanted to hire her for job diversity and all that, but considering you described her as "hot" I'm gonna assume that's not entirely the case. If recent events have taught us anything it's "don't mix business and pleasure". You're in a position of power over her, this thread comes across as concerning. Pick the ugly dude.
  35. 1 point
    I agree with that, but I will add that its sometimes optimal to take risks and that mind scan is only optimal in a backrow heavy field (I could switch back to restart any moment)
  36. 1 point
    I’m not arguing mind scan vs restart (I already gave my opinion on it, ive been arguing for mind scan probably before anywhere else here, I’m not arguing to not play it at all) I’m responding to th statements “they prob don’t have econ” “you lose by playing passively” which implies you should play into everything recklessly which is completely wrong even if you get away with it now
  37. 1 point
    Restart only resets your first four rather than your first 5 cards, so it's not always going to be obvious which hands are actually brick hands and which hands your next card will fix. From playing Mind Scan CA, there's a lot of hands that don't work with the first 4, but become really good with the 5th card. So without any way to know for sure what your next draw is it isn't debricking your hand as often as it could (you could easily throw back a hand of senju e con dakini benten when your 5th card is MAAR or MAR and then draw into a much worse hand). My point though isn't "lol restart's bad because you could draw a worse hand" (obviously this is wrong and Restart will usually draw a better hand than what you sent back) it's that restart is slightly less good than it might appear on paper because CA includes lots of hands where the first four cards don't work but can easily become amazing with the right 5th card.
  38. 1 point
    restart would only cut it in half if you brick 50%
  39. 1 point
    I'm arguing why Mind Scan is superior to Restart. Yes, the proper play vs good players if you don't have Mind Scan is to assume econ is fd and play around it. But that leaves 40% of games where they don't have econ, but you're playing around it anyways, which increases the chance of you losing that match. With Mind Scan you always know if they have that E Con, but the trade off is a slightly higher chance of bricking. I think that's well worth it, as the brick rate is only around 20% in the first 5 cards (chance you don't open a ritual or you open very spell heavy no/few ritual monsters/searchers) and restart at best cuts that in half, while Mind Scan removes all rng from knowing what backrow your opponent is playing, meaning you either have perfect knowledge of how to play around their sets, or know you don't have to worry about their sets at all.
  40. 1 point
    The Game Academy has just gone out of business, and I don't know how much longer their website will be up, so I'm posting all of their Yugioh articles here for safe keeping. Disclaimer: Most of these articles are shit. I just want to save them for historical reasons. “PENNINGTON FOR YOUR THOUGHTS – “WORSER” IS RELATIVE” – BY ALLEN PENNINGTON POSTED ON 04/26/2012 “PLASMA WINGZ – BY JUSTIN BUNTS” POSTED ON 08/05/2011 “HULK HOBAN – CHOOSING YOUR SIDE DECK” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 07/25/2011 “SPICER’S SOLUTION – NATIONALS RECAP” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 07/25/2011 “THE SPOTLIGHT – TECH GENIUS HYPER LIBRARIAN” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 07/25/2011 “IMPROVING YOUR SKILLS – PREPARING FOR NATIONALS” – BY CHRIS BOWLING POSTED ON 07/25/2011 “HULK HOBAN – INFORMATION AND MANIPULATION” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 07/11/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO: DECK GURU: ASCETIC SAMS”– BY MO “PRO-MOE” BRANTLEY POSTED ON 07/11/2011 “SPICER’S SOLUTION – MY TOP 3 PICKS FOR THE NORTH AMERICAN WCQ” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 07/08/2011 “SPICER’S SOLUTION – EFFECT VEILER & D.D CROW” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 07/01/2011 “LEARNING THE CURVE – GOLD STUN” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 06/29/2011 “IMPROVING YOUR SKILLS – CROSSING INTO PRO TERRITORY” – BY CHRIS BOWLING POSTED ON 06/28/2011 “HULK HOBAN – IGNITING THE FORMAT” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 06/27/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO: DECK GURU: BANISHED KNIGHTS”– BY MO “PRO-MOE” BRANTLEY POSTED ON 06/25/2011 “SPICER’S SOLUTION – A MIRACULOUS DESCENT ” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 06/17/2011 “LEARNING THE CURVE – MYSTIC PIPER” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 06/15/2011 “IMPROVING YOUR SKILLS – SIDEBOARDING WITH GRAVEKEEPERS” – BY CHRIS BOWLING POSTED ON 06/15/2011 “HULK HOBAN – THE FORMAT OF BLIND MST” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 06/07/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO: THE NEW AGE OF HEROS”– BY MO “PRO-MOE” BRANTLEY POSTED ON 06/07/2011 “BREAKING THE MOLD – YCS ORLANDO REPORT” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 06/02/2011 “INSIDE THE LOST SANCTUARY – A LOOK AT THE NEW FAIRY CARDS” – BY CHRIS BOWLING POSTED ON 05/29/2011 LEARNING THE CURVE – SHIFT IN THE META – TENGU PLANTS FABLED STYLE ” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 05/28/2011 “HULK HOBAN – MAKING META CALLS” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 05/24/2011 “BREAKING THE MOLD – THE FABLED” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 05/19/2011 “LEARNING THE CURVE – SHIFT IN THE META – EXTREME VICTORY & HIDDEN ARSENAL 4” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 05/15/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO: YCS DECK CONTENDER – DOPPEL PLANT SYNCHRO” – BY MO “PRO-MOE” BRANTLEY POSTED ON 05/14/2011 “BREAKING THE MOLD – WORMS!” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 05/01/2011 “LEARNING THE CURVE – MIRACLE HEROES PART II” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 05/01/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO – TRISHULA, DRAGON OF THE ICE BARRIER” – BY MO “PRO-MOE” BRANTLEY POSTED ON 05/01/2011 “HULK HOBAN – SCRAPS” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 04/25/2011 “PENNINGTON FOR YOUR THOUGHTS – SOLVING THE PUZZLE” – BY ALLEN PENNINGTON POSTED ON 04/19/2011 “LEARNING THE CURVE – MIRACLE HEROES” – BY DALE BELLIDO POSTED ON 04/15/2011 “BREAKING THE MOLD – GRAVEKEEPERS” – BY RYAN SPICER POSTED ON 04/12/2011 “HULK HOBAN – THE ANTI-SIDE” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 04/07/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO – CRYSTAL BEASTS UNLEASHED” – BY MO “PRO-MOE” BRANTLEY POSTED ON 04/05/2011 “PENNINGTON FOR YOUR THOUGHTS – LOOKING AT SOME NUMBERS” – BY ALLEN PENNINGTON POSTED ON 03/30/2011 “PENNINGTON FOR YOUR THOUGHTS – AN IMPERFECT CIRCLE” – BY ALLEN PENNINGTON POSTED ON 03/15/2011 “HOBAN’S LAND – INNOVATION” – BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 03/13/2011 “BRAKEING INTO THE META – THE TECH’D OUT FORMAT” – BY BILLY BRAKE POSTED ON 03/11/2011 “THE MIND OF A PRO – MARCH 2011 ADVANCED FORMAT LIST” – BY MO BRANTLEY POSTED ON 02/26/2011 “THE EFFECTS OF THE BANNED LIST ON THE METAGAME” – A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY EVAN VARGAS POSTED ON 02/23/2011 “PENNINGTON FOR YOUR THOUGHTS – BREWING FOR SUNRISE” – BY ALLEN PENNINGTON POSTED ON 02/21/2011 “HOBAN’S LAND – THE IMPORTANCE OF YVD”– BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 02/19/2011 “BRAKEING INTO THE META – YCS DALLAS TOP 16 DECK ANALYSIS” – BY BILLY BRAKE POSTED ON 02/17/2011 “HOW TO PROPERLY SIDE DECK – PART II” – A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY EVAN VARGAS POSTED ON 02/03/2011 “CONTROL SABERS”– A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 01/28/2011 “FIGHTING OFF THE SAMURAI”– A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY BILLY BRAKE POSTED ON 01/24/2011 “HOW TO PROPERLY SIDE DECK – PART I” – A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY EVAN VARGAS POSTED ON 01/18/2011 “FISH OTK” – A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 01/09/2011 “NOT ANOTHER BEST DECK ARTICLE” – A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY ALLEN PENNINGTON POSTED ON 12/29/2010 “HOW TO BE GOOD AT YU-GI-OH!” – A YU-GI-OH! ARTICLE BY PATRICK HOBAN POSTED ON 12/27/2010 “YUGIOH HISTORY: THE TURNING POINTS IN SIDE DECKING”– A YU-GI-OH! 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  41. 1 point
    I'll get right on it Only have 1 vorse and andal though, but like have shit like chiron the mage to also use. I'd say it works as well like the Water build with uminotarus, it otks or finishes them pretty fast. The trap however could be interesting, but I can probably seeing the AI tributing shit when they don't need to.
  42. 1 point
    If I was a whale I would love to see how a deck with 3 Vorse, 3 Andal, maybe stuff like Nin-Kin Dog and Enraged Battle Ox teched with 3 Tensu would work
  43. 1 point
    This is my auto-duel list, Stage 57+: Monsters: 7 3 La Jinn 3 Gil Garth 1 Zure, Knight of Dark World Spells: 8 2 Painful Decision 2 Archfiend Palabyrinth 2 Econ 1 Heart of the Underdog 1 SRH Traps: 5 2 Embodiment of Apophis 2 Wall of Disruption 1 Mirror Wall Skill wise it's fairly irrelevant, I like Ties that Bind the most since if you're willing to step in sometimes, you can have two 2000 ATK monsters for the even OTK. Also, if you have the field up it helps clash or swing over stuff like the Red Eyes deck, Tribute Control, or Phoenix if they summon fire chicken. Balance is a fine skill as well for consistent hands, I'm assuming it works even after the nerf. Draw Sense: DARK or Low Level would work, and combo with Heart of the Underdog. Level 4 vanilla beatdown is really straightforward, quick, and consistent for the most part. Running 7 monsters, 2 Painful pretty much guarantees as least 2 of the level 4's instantly within a couple turns. Unlike most other field spells, Palabyrinth only boosts Fiends you control, so if wonky stuff like Amazoness Chain Master takes one of your cards, under Palabyrinth it's still 1800 on their side. Econ is good but often misplayed, if I'm paying attention I'm willing to Econ take when the AI likely fails to recognize it. Heart of the Underdog is probably my favorite PvE card, if drawn early it can really accelerate games. Even with the non-synergy with Painful it's still worth running imo. Last card that probably needs explaining is Apophis; really fucking versatile. The AI was often really dumb with it, but a recent update fixed its usefulness by a lot. The ideal situation is to basically draw into 2 level 4's, Palabyrinth, and Apophis. So by turn 2 the AI attacks random sets with Apophis, then attacks directly with two 2300 attackers for game. It's also really good Econ take fodder, which again the AI won't often pick up on enough. Generally, you want speed rather than defense, hence why a card like Apophis, a free special summon, is more ideal than running more regular level 4's. WoD is amazing obv, but i'll be blunt and say the AI prioritizes setting cards like Econ, Apophis, and Underdog over it, so you'll see them draw into the card and not set it for the tilt -_- more MW's may be better but I only own 1. I've tried stuff like Birthright, Double Summon, OTC, and s/t hate but it's often not consistent enough
  44. 1 point
    It's so true and so tilting at the same time
  45. 1 point
    Look at Yugi: he has friends and he is the King of Games Now look at Bandit Keith: He has no friends and he dies No contest.
  46. 1 point
    On the topic of auto-dueling, the AI does not do well with flip effects or Swift Gaia.
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  48. 1 point
    I still exist. Now I must fade back into obscurity, see you guys again in 6-16 months or something. Farewell. Also thanks marcus.
  49. 1 point
    boosh is a pretty cool poster in my book apparently most people disagree
  50. 1 point
    shitposting is the most powerful force on the internet. i'll never neg a shitpost in my life.
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