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 Trading Card Game Tips from fans

 

February 2007

 

When a newbie fuse with a pro

Unlike others you must not remain a newbie.Thus take some tips from pro and add it to your deck.Then ,you will see! See what?...The real purposes of each of your cards.

Magic cards :


Mystical space typhoon

Re-Fusion

Giant trunade

Premature Burial

Swords of revealing light

Fusion Gate

Polymerization

2 Messenger of peace

Demotion

Level limit area b

Future fusion


Trap cards :

Nemesis

Call of the haunted

Magic cylinder

Sakuretsu armor

Nemesis

Gravity bind

Robbin Goblin

Electronic Shadow balance

Blast wave of electronic summon

Torrential tribute

Monster cards :

3 cyber dragon

Uforoid

Mirage dragon

Magician of chain ball

Spirit reaper

Medusa worm

Sangan

Blast Magician

water bubble Knight of element hero

King of the swamp

Element hero winged swordsman

3 submarineroid

Ebon magician Kuran

Dark Catapulter

Amazon archer

Racing flame spirite

Fusion monster cards :

Electronic termenating dragon

Cyber twin dragon

2 Element hero tar knight

A deck without any tribute summon monsters...Too cool!!!That seems quite interesting to be facing a guy with such a deck.Combining machine and elemental heroes and some monsters,magics and traps cards that will give you time to study your opponent play-style and morever letting him using all kind of cards to destroy you,while turn by turn he will lose some lifepoints(minimum=300lp).As you see with this deck you will be sure to be able to fusion summon your killing fusion monsters...hmmm.Your opponent will have much problem to destroy it!

While he has already use all his traps,magics and effect monsters to kill you Cyber twin dragon,you came out with your 2 Element hero tar knight and your 3 submarineroid ,combine with you messenger of peace to kill your opponent slowly.Oh no!What if your opponent uses a torrential tribute and a giant trunade simultaneously....Just use your re-fusion guy!!!Hey that's how a newbie can become a danger for the Pro!The errors that newbie's make are that they uses too much the same strategy once they saw it in the Gx TV series .......haaaaaa.....One day i was like them...and now if you don't have a part of newbie in your play-style ...hmmmm you are dead ,cause using staples may help but as you know using too much staples is very bad because you will not be able to run out your own play-style and the duel may become boring.

A mega tip to play better is that your side deck should contain cards that can be a danger for any type of monsters.For e.g: Star boy..etc.Also if you have a kool combo use as much of the cards required so as to double or triple the effect of the kool combo.That really nice.

My conclusion is that the best deck can only be created if you really think it got heart and to know the mission you given to each card of your deck.

Before ending I would say that a newbie make the same error ...That is he or she don't see all the potential of his hand cards while duelling.Try that deck it really hurts your opponnent and make him disturbed and annoyed,,,,lol.
 


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