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  1. Running XCOM: Enemy Unknown ... on a Laptop

    I suggest clocking and temping your CPU and RAM during play to determine they are actually within capacity and not over what is recommended while running on Windows 10, alternatively you can naturally assume your CPU is overheating when you reach 100% capacity while clocking it; your task manager can do this. Computationally your system forcing a restart or crashing is usually because the RAM becomes faulty or the CPU overheats and your system automatically, arbitrarily, shuts you down to prevent damage.
  2. Chicken Game

    This card can stop Pseudo Space, which is partially what makes chicken race amazing. Therefore Ghost Ogre and Snow Rabbit does prevent Chicken Race from acting as six cantrips.
  3. Chicken Game

    I think what I said, to be fair, is obvious. I think it still bares noting though.   Edit: I also do not think you want this Acid and MDMA laden head teaching you anything.
  4. Chicken Game

    A second source of damage is the answer.
  5. Chicken Game

    Yuki Usagi or Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit and the competency of the card as a viable side deck card make this more fragile than previously successful first turn set-ups.
  6. Book of Moon vs Effect Negation

      Lose 1 Turn is not "stuck" to the monster like Felgrand, Veiler, Chalice, etc. It's closer to Skill Drain, as in: -It negates stuff that activates or applies on the field only. -If the monster is not on the field when the effect resolves, the effect is not negated. -If Lose 1 Turn is not on the field when the effectd resolves, the effect is not negated. For effects that activate (on the field), when the effect resolves it seeks if the monster who activated the effect belongs to a monster on the field, and if that monster has been Special Summoned that turn. Does the monster need to be face-up? There are no rulings for that. I mangled up a ruling that says something different in my head (if you SS something face-down, it negates the effects of that monster if later flipped face-up). Considering no part of the card mentions that the monster needs to be face-up, flipping the monster face-down probably doesn't stop the negation, like with the Imprisoning Mirrors. And there's always Number 105 for weird negations.   No, it's because it's one type of negation, the one that "sticks" to the monster. Flipping a monster face-down removes most things you do to the monster, including this type of negation. You'll have to be a lot more specific about how the Books are "being treated" and what "the past" is, because this has always been the case. You are probably just thinking of Skill Drain, which works differently.     Well I remember, in Florida, players would always accept a monster affected by a resolved effect veiler would not suddenly be unaffected by a resolved book of moon. In other words the chain: 1 Tour Guide, 2 Effect Veiler, 3 Book of Moon, 4 Effect Veiler (Rabbit, Inzektor, Wind-Up, Chaos Dragon) would resolve with the fourth effect veiler properly applying. Did lingering effects change or have we all been awful players?
  7. Book of Moon vs Effect Negation

    Is forbidden chalice a unique example because it affects the attack and defense of a monster thus it cannot be applied after the monster is flipped face down?   Why are book of moon and book of eclipse being treated this way when they have not been treated this way in the past?
  8. The CP05 text reads: "Negate the activation and effect of an Effect Monster whose effect activated when a monster was Normal Summoned (even itself), and destroy that Effect Monster.". It dictates itself "(even itself)" which logically indicates it can negate another monsters effect which happens in the summon response window. Therefore I think Pulling the Rug can be used to negate any activation and effect of an effect monster whose effect activated when a monster becomes normal summoned; in this case, Qliphort Carrier.
  9. Chicken Game

    This and pseudo space is absolute degeneracy.
  10. konami is shit - discussion

    Cannot be used as an Xyz Material for an Xyz Summon.    You are too kind. I felt this card would be too good. Photon Dragons? Dragon Plants?
  11. konami is shit - discussion

    I can XYZ summon Number 95: Galaxy-Eyes Dark Matter Dragon by using Number 95: Galaxy-Eyes Dark Matter Dragon for the summoning requirement, correct?
  12. space cyclone

    No it does not.
  13. Chaos Dragon - Discussion

    This is a REALLY fun deck: 3 Swap Frog 3 Dupe Frog 2 Ronintoadin 2 Treeborn Frog 3 Tidal, the Waterfall Dragon 2 Lightpulsar Dragon 2 Darkflare Dragon 2 Eclipse Wyvern 2 Light and Darkness Dragon 1 Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon 1 Dark Armed Dragon 1 Gorz the Emissary of Darkness 1 Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning 1 Chaos Sorcerer 2 Card Trooper 2 Tour Guide from the Underworld 2 Battle Fader 2 Tragoedia   3 Mystical Space Typhoon 2 Enemy Controller 1 Monster Reborn 1 Heavy Storm 1 Foolish Burial
  14. Monarch - Discussion

    Has anyone here tested Slushy/Lancer/Poseidra? The interactions the deck has is absolutely fucking nuts. This is what I'm working with and this is the general game plans: http://i.imgur.com/uSSl1uU.png - 2800 Recurrable Beater (Generally you go this route with the frog engine and Poseidra), 2700 Unkillable Beater (Sea Lancer and Frogs with Backrows), Combo (Poseidra away all the backrows, Drop Sea Lancer over Poseidra, Poseidra UP all of your frogs, drop your opponents monsters by tons, put all your frogs back in grave with Swap + Thin a million advantage, then phoenix's for game - if they have anything to stop you, well your in a pretty good spot anyway).   The deck reminds me a LOT of Fish OTK except it doesn't rely on a normal summon to resolve and you have a LOT more options for pushing through backrows etc.   Oh yeah and the best part is all of the support the deck is getting after Lord of Tachyon Galaxy. Currently the deck faces a really interesting match-up against Verz but it's extremely managable because Caius is a fucking boss and nothing in that deck touches him. Oh yeah and all your monsters (that are normal summonable) are bigger. Win?
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