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[quote name='Novacanne' timestamp='1321935387' post='3035963'] [quote name='DarkBlaze557' timestamp='1321934388' post='3035941'] Coming from a more "newbie" perspective: I'd really like to see some resources for those interested in starting up with Pokemon. Perhaps links to rules, formats, banlists (or however that works), etc.? A guide to decent deckbuilding (like Pokemon-Trainer-Energy ratios, etc.)? Any way of playing online (for free) should be advertised IMO, even if it is relatively shitty. A decent guide to how to use said program would be nice as well (or a link to a good resource for learning it). How to find good locals in your area. Maybe a DGZ playerbase that you could play with? Idk. [/quote] [url="http://duelistgroundz.com/index.php?showtopic=98761"]http://duelistground...showtopic=98761[/url] This was the closest thing to having a guide on how to play. [url="http://assets.pokemon.com/assets/cms/pdf/tcg/rulebooks/Black_White_Rulebook.pdf"]http://assets.pokemo...te_Rulebook.pdf[/url] You can go ahead and take a look at this to figure out how to play. Some good blogs I can suggest to take a look at for a view of the meta are: [url="http://www.thedeckout.com/"]http://thedeckout.com[/url] [url="http://thetopcut.net/"]http://thetopcut.net/[/url] [url="http://heytrainer.org/"]http://heytrainer.org/[/url] There is also Sixprizes.com but its known to be kinda shitty because you have to pay to access all of its content. Finally, Playtcg.me is a free program similar to Dueling Network. They even have a tutorial. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uJLAJqMdNc[/media] [/quote] also feel free to ask me questions.