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June 2007

How I became a pro without a single tourny - Destiny Hero

I've been playing YuGiOh since second grade! It all startred with the show. And I know you know that a growing 2nd grader will become addicted to almost any new TV show. Along with Pokemon, I saw hpw clever and diverse (and how much of a good storyline) it was. I wanted to play the card game SO badly! I wanted to be just like the cool guys on TV! I began around Ancient SAncuary... I think. And about 6 - 18 months before the Evolution decks, I forget. Well, I'm going into 7th now, so somebody remind me =)

 
It started out with my 2 brothers and me. The middle one quit and the oldest quit this year. I made SO many decks and studied SO much becuase it was the best and funnest thing in my life. It still is, and I'm still learning new tactics and new decks every week! I got lots of friends from playing YuGiOh. I wanted to soread this great game to lots more people, and so I ended up with 5 apprentices. It was great being a leader, and I even learned some strategies from them! Well, 3 of them I will never see again. I wish them great luck-- I mean cards =)
The other 2 are CRAZY!!!! Dion now has an awesome meta-breaking Sphinx deck, and Sean was so eager to learn that he's almost ready for tournament's! I swear he's a mini-me. He makes a billioin decks, too! It's also good that we all had some rivalry (Arrival of a rival XD )
The advantage of having an apprentice is mainly that you will be able to test how much you REALLY know about the game, instead of what you think you know.
 
The thing that made me beter than anything was this website, so I'd know what to face and do, and my own decks. You see, most people just shove their awesome cards together. They can have no more than 2, becuase they've drained them all. I have 15 decks. Since a Deck is only as good as the Duelist, I need to know any kind of strategy there is! Also,, if my enemy is using a deck, and I have that same kind, I'll know their strategy and how to counter it!
However, this is the most difficult tactic in Yu-Gi-Oh that there is: Being able to justly Duel yourself. For instance:
 
YOur Dinosaur deck VS your water deck. You hate your Water deck, but you LOVE your Dinosaur deck. YOu will try harder with that one, and since you won't be trying at all with your Water deck, you will almost definatly win with the dinos. And how could you duel if you'll ALWAYS know what your opponent (YOU) has in their hand AND facedown!? Now, let's say your Dino deck sucks (Like mine) and your Water Deck, unbeknowist to you, is your best. HOw will you find out? YOu have lost against yourself. By that I mean, you can't beat yourself. You are psychologically weak.
 
I'll explain how to perfectly use this tactic in my next article. All rants, questions, comments, and duel reguests should be sent to destinyhero@verizon.net (I actually HATE my D-Hero deck)


 

 

 


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