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Dungeon Dice Masters Talk
TheDungeonMaster goes to New York
by TheDungeonMaster
09.09.05  

Hello every buddy, I’m back with a rather interesting article. I went to New York this past weekend, and wow… where some of the Duelists different from the ones in Florida. I’ll be stating some of that, along with some of my adventures with New York duelists and the ways of Dungeon Dice.

First off for those of you wondering, I went to Rochester, not the city. Rochester is about an hour away from Buffalo, for those of you who are wondering.

So anyway, back to my little story. The store I went to is Heckle and Jackal Collectibles, are very nice card shop. When I got there, I was pretty early for his tournament. Lucky for me, the owner of the card shop, Mr. Mike, knew I was coming. So I went, and traded with the three guys who were already there. Got some pretty nice cards for my Dark Beginning 2 collection. (Still working on it, so if you want to trade me stuff I need, you can either email me or trade me on the message boards to help me out). After I got pretty much all I could for the guys there, I bought some packs. And thankfully, the FIRST Dark Beginning 2 pack I bought in New York has a Morphing Jar in it. I was so happy. (And no, I’m not trading it ;-)).

Anyway, after more of the people showed up, Mr. Mike announced that I was the DungeonMaster, and many people were shocked. After the introduction and the ordering of pizza, we all sat down to play some Dungeon Dice. Some of the guys caught on pretty fast, and did pretty well. They couldn’t beet me though. I played a lot of people, including the storeowner, and many of them caught on fast. After the fun, and me even having to sign some Graceful and Skull Dice’s, the fin got started… err… the fun got started again.

What do I mean? I mean the tournament got started. The people I played were very skilled and knew what they were doing, I even saw some little kids with good card AND knew what they were doing. Some of my opponents used some really nice decks, some I haven’t seen before. The first deck I played was a Martial Arts deck. It used Master Monk, but it didn’t 100% focuses on the Monks. It used some of the new Cybernetic Revolution cards, and thanks to Florida cards coming late; I didn’t really know what they all did. Anyway, that was a good duel.

So many different types and ways of dueling from New York and Florida. Actually, many people in New York don’t care about some of the cards that Florida duelists want. One thing that surprised me is that the people in New York didn’t want D.D. Assailant’s. I didn’t know why or how, they just didn’t want it. Sadly, they didn’t have any to trade me.

To make this easier, here is kind of a list between Florida and New York Duelists that stuck out to me.

Florida:
• Different way of dueling, kind of more “direct”
• Different liking to cards, like D.D. Assailant and Book of Moon.
• Different combos, more advanced, and more knowing.


New York:
• Not many liking to high end cards, uses new ways to too beet certain monster, and doesn’t only rely on Chaos Cookie Cutter.
• New decks you wouldn’t see, and actually do well, like a Martial Arts deck or a pure Monarch Deck.
• Different types of Agro decks, with using new spells and traps to help you win the duel.

So, as you can see, Florida and New York are very different. I tend to think that Florida has more “advanced” players then New York, but that is just I. And even if that is true, don’t count New York out yet! There are many young and talented duelists there, many of which I would see go really far.

Anyway, I hope you liked this small article. But that’s not all, I need your help.

Some of the other guys are interviewing duelists, so I want to interview Dungeon Dice players. If you got some free time, Email me at DBZreviewer@yahoo.com and allow me to ask you a few questions. Please, in the subject line, put “interview” so I know what you want to do. If you want to PM me on the Message Boards, that is fine too. Just put “interview” in the subject line.

Thanks guys, I hope I can find SOME guys out there.

Email: DBZreviewer@yahoo.com
Message Board name: TheMagicianDuelist12

Until next time,

Keep the Dice Rollin’

P.S- The Road to Super Bowl 40 has begun. Lets watch the Buffalo Bills go ALL THE WAY!!! Good luck J.P. Losman, #7.

-TheDungeonMaster

 


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