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Carrotizer on YuGiOh
Tips & Manners for Yu-Gi-Oh Virtual Desktop: It’s Time to Duel!
April 9, 2007


When you start dueling, what’s the first thing you do? Shuffling? Rolling the die or flipping your lucky coin (with two heads/tails? =P)? Cutting your opponent’s deck? Well, unless you know your opponent really well, assuming you are participating in a tournament, first action “in response” to putting your deck down on the playing field should be offering a handshake and saying “good luck,” and/or “have fun.” At least say hi or hello…half the people start off by rolling die or asking if I prefer flipping coins to rolling. Well…thanks for asking me that I guess =_=a.

In real life, people tend to be nice and courageous. However, YVD is a program that allows you to duel people across the world, with a little help from mIRC (I use flupScript because it’s really cool and my friend got it for me XD). Some duelists think that because it is a non-competitive environment (WRONG!), and the matches take place in cyber space, you can do anything you want, and there is no punishment (SO WRONG!).

If you are a nice person (you are), your attitude in YVD should represent your aspects of dueling in real life. Though talking too much is often disturbing, saying “nice move,” or “that was lucky draw ^_^” and being modest is not disturbing.

Be courageous. I know how frustrating it is for you to have an opponent who says I don’t know how to set a monster face-down, or drawing and showing card at the same time (control + w), but everybody starts fresh off the boat, right? For people who said yes, go back to that boat, put your hands on your head and say “bad duelists.” (A way of teaching used by my math teacher)

For people who use mIRC with Spam Block script (or whatever…I’m not so good with programming), please notify the person if you already have an opponent. Some people accept the pm (whisper, 1:1 chat) and say “too late, bye.” Don’t you think that’s a bit rude, when you can say, “sorry, got an opponent” at least?

If you are in a clan, (if you wanna join mine, pm Carrotizer-X) you can often find people in your channel or just #YVD. That’s a channel that people hang out, ask questions, and have some fun. Some people will want to test their decks for regionals, and you can expect either incredible never-seen-before decks or solid ones. You will be kicked if you have Slap Script on (trust me, I know), so add #YVD to exception list.

By Paul Yeem – Carrotizer @ paulyeem@gmail.com

 


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