A Tip From PlaydohDude: Choosing Your Deck
When building a deck, the toughest part for all players is
choosing what it should be. There are 3 simple steps for
choosing a decktype. My example through out this article is
a Disaster deck.
STEP 1. CHOOSING STRATEGY/KEY CARD
This is the most important part of the proccess, as it sets
up the foundation for the rest of the deck. In my example
Disaster deck, the key card is Disaster of the NIne-Tailed
Fox Spirit(Path to Hokage), which injures all ninjas in
play. This would set up other supporting cards around using
that effect to its advantage. If not using a key card, your
strategy is the first step. Want an aggressive deck? Want to
control your opponents cards? Want to make your opponent
deck out? Thats what you need to think about. Look through
the card lists(Bandais site has some nice pics of the cards)
and try to find what cards fit the strategy you choose.
STEP 2. SEARCHING FOR SUPPORT AND PICKING FILLERS
This is almost as important as the first step. Look through
the card lists and try to find cards that will help your
theme. Iruka [Reward](Coils of the Snake) and Ichiraku
Noodle Shop (Path to Hokage) both heal your ninja, which can
be nice after a Disaster of the Nine-Tailed Fox Spirit and
they also both are Lightning, which fits our Disasters
element. Naruto Uzumaki [Imposter] (Path to Hokage) also
heps prevent himself damage, which can help stop a Disaster
to him, and can be a life-saver, on a right coin flip. When
using an aggressive strategy, cards like Sasuke
Uchiha[Individual Play](Path to Hokage) or Zabuza MOmochi
[Demon of the Cloud Village](Path to Hokage) would be nice
to include. The second part of this step helps to put in
fillers. Filelrs are cards that don't directly support your
theme, but are there to fill the fourty card minimum, like
adding Kiba and Akamaru into a Fire/Water, they don't
directly help your strategy.
Thats a simple way to find your deck type. Thaks for
reading. Any comments? PM on the Forums at PlaydohDude, or
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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