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  1. Solemn Warning

    Alright, not sure how everyone is going to react to this topic, but since returning to play ygo and talking to various friends, and other well informed players I'm starting to believe that Solemn Warning isn't a very good card for the CURRENT meta for the new format. This is a format dominated by big boss monsters. In theory, warning is a perfect way of dealing with these boss monsters, as they never hit the field. It is also a good way of shutting down other engines and strong turn one plays. However, time and time again I, and many others, have lost games due to paying to much life. Solemn Judgment and double warning are expensive cards to play. Even with taking no battle damage, if you have to activate all three you are looking at a maximum of 2000 lp remaining. This leaves a player open to unfortunate lucky top deck. With so little life to spare, it makes a player vulnerable to losing a game they had no business losing. Thoughts?
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