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These are some of my guidelines. If you follow most of these guidelines, then your chances of getting your deck fixed rise about 50%. =D
1.) Every deck needs a strategy, whether it be beatdown or something complicated. Before you send your deck, make sure you have a strategy somewhere.
2.) Be sure that your deck doesn't have MAD singles. Also, before sending in the deck fix request, look around at the other fixes so you can get a general feel of how decks should be in the first place.
3.) If your deck needs help, don't be afraid to send it in because you can't get any good cards. Just notify that in your request.
4.) Do NOT, I repeat, NOT, be afraid to send in an extremely good deck as well. As countless others before me have said, there is no other good way to teach others than to give good examples (in this case good decks).
You can send your decks to Khapoera@hotmail.com . I'm about done here, so I'm out! ;D
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