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  1. 25 pounds is like 40 dollars though.
  2.   Well, in some capacity you want to summon a floodgate creature vs. unfair decks. Just sit and protect until you Stick/Chair. Against the fair decks (ex. Tellarknight) you just turn 1/2 Stick/Chair, which is very easy in this deck - especially going first during their end phase. Against Blue decks you can go Monk - Monk -> Light Barrier/Utopia (they cannot use a Ju to attack over) or Monk - Monk -> TKR/Beetle (like Hoban and crew did at Nationals). Or you just can open Mathematician + Call and establish Statue/TKR T1 vs Blue.    I cannot find a win condition vs. Burning Abyss. You really need to T1/2 Sitck/Chair with Lance for protection because the matchup is very difficult. It is literally a 20/80 matchup. So if you're willing to struggle with that - you actually have a plus matchup for most of the other decks. Stick/Chair is obviously an insane combo - and this just about maxes out doing it early (opening Math, Chair, Call/Oasis, Monk + Chair, the natural Stick + Chair, Stick + Call/Oasis when Stick dies, etc.)      What was your extra deck like? Even with the ability to play just R4s and tellar monsters I feel like it had to be moderately tight given how many random good r4s there are.
  3. I give up:    
  4. Well that got weird real fast 
  5. Kinda feel like playing DIVEKICK.dek again, any suggestions to "update" it? Obviously no Wind-up loop anymore, so what's some other dumb stuff I can do while playing 60card.dek?
  6. Here comes part II in "players who literally never read the rulebook" http://i.imgur.com/96Y1KIZ.png
  7. First time I attacked his facedown Dragon with Bestiari and he both kept the Dragon on field and insisted Bestiari went to grave.   From there the game was going just fine until this happened...
  8. Nah people have been saying the game's a couple years from death since like 2008. It's still popular in Japan and there are still enough people who are willing to continue competing despite the game getting shittier and shittier, I'd definitely say it has more than three years.   Also if Konami stops producing cards I imagine things like ARG will continue to run tournaments for a few more years at least, now with more control over the banlist, etc.
  9. Just getting back into the game, last week I decided to keep on to my DT Trish as opposed to selling it, and I clearly got very lucky today. Locals is tonight, and I'm just wondering what y'all think I should value it at trade-wise.
  10. Fair enough yeah. That's really what makes DN terrible for playtesting though. I'm trying to get back into the game and learn the meta and all I get is a bunch of people playing a billion weird mini-archetypes that might have been good like 6 years ago. Thankfully I'm out of the 56 card deck with no extra zone though.     tbh I enjoy the mindless grinding through the easy people.  It lets me make the stupid mistakes without getting punished for them, and honestly everyone makes the easy mistakes once the difference between a bad player and a good one is the good one makes them 4 weeks before the event and the bad one makes them on the day.     It's not like you can pick up Yugioh and expect to be good WITHOUT playing that volume of mindless games, it's exactly the same as poker where the only way to really improve is to run 10+ tables and gradually play tens of thousands of hands.     Wow, thanks for this. I'm definitely going to apply this mentality to my games on DN from now on. And you know, in the first game of that match I summoned a Shekhinaga when I should've summoned a Construct, and the guy misplayed around it anyway, so I still won, but now I'll make note to summon a Construct instead whenever I'm in a similar situation so you're definitely right there. Seriously, thanks.
  11. It was Scrap Dragon and had happened before he flooded the field.
  12. Fair enough yeah. That's really what makes DN terrible for playtesting though. I'm trying to get back into the game and learn the meta and all I get is a bunch of people playing a billion weird mini-archetypes that might have been good like 6 years ago. Thankfully I'm out of the 56 card deck with no extra zone though.
  13.   No, I won. I was able to dark hole then slowly come back despite awful draws because I punished him whenever he put too many monsters on the field (Raigeki and Torrential were both in my next like, 3, draws).    And obviously you have to extend, but I think the point at which it becomes overextension is when you have no outs to their mass field removal, such as in this game right here, where he didn't even bother overlaying into something afterwards. Obviously there are times you need to push, but I feel like the current state of the game has made it so lots of people just push mindlessly without thinking about consequences.
  14. Also Duelingnetwork is a terrible way to get back in to Yugioh because I've been playing since last Friday and I have yet to have encountered a single Nekroz deck and only Burning Abyss twice.
  15. Do kids these days not know what overextending is?