[quote name='Oh_The_Irony' timestamp='1343858310' post='3244998']
[quote name='vynedemina' timestamp='1343851073' post='3244918']
An example of it this format tht I can think of. I was paying Wind-Ups, against Dino-Rabbit at my locals a couple months ago, my opponent played a turn 1 Tour Guide, and got another Tour Guide, which was a misplay, because he didnt have Sangan in his hand. He made a Leviathan and ended with a couple backrows. I have an answer for his turn 1 Leviathan, and then proceed to loop his hand. He ends up topdecking a Rabbit and making a Laggia. During my turn I am able to force Laggias negation, and then destroy it. We proceed to a gind game for the next several turns, neither one of us unable to make a huge push. He eventually draws into Sangan, which he sets. I end up running it over, and he searches for another Rabbit. So after all this occurs I think to myself that unless he gets Avarice, which I was prett sure he sided out, because he sided into macro, the Rabbit was his only power play left. He had no TGU plays, and this was his last Rabbit play. So I use the Monster Reborn that I had been holding onto for several turns to bring back his Laggia with no materials and end. Because we had been playing a grind game he had no immediate answers to a 2400 beater, and he ended up going into a Utopia with his Rabbit to get over my Laggia, which was huge, because we were both down to few resources, and an Evolsaur would have killed me at that point in the game. On my turn I ended up using a Soul Taker on his Utopia, and won a few turns later.
How the fuck would an Evolsaur monster kill you in that point in the game if you had a Soul Taker? Like unless you were low on life and couldn't take a 2300/2400 directly, you didn't really have anything to lose. Given the fact that you were playing Wind-Ups, he might have summoned a Dolkka, in which case you have Soul Taker and then you actually get some mileage out of Reborn. Even if he went Laggia, Soul Taker + Reborn would have equated into the same play as what you did, in that both plays would have resulted in him losing his Rabbit into Laggia and you losing your Reborn and Soul Taker, but by waiting an extra turn you would have had a new card from your draw that could potentially make your Reborn a lot better, especially given the fact you were playing Wind-Ups.
If I remember correctly the Soul Taker was a topdeck. The details of the game are not that good since it happened a couple months ago. I do remember that the reason I won was becuse I reborned his Evolsaur.