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Horu Ishayuki

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  1. Well, CED does have 1 other issue. This kinda spawns from old school decks as well. Well, old school decks with search power anyway. I'm talking you're also risking your opponent having stuff like White Stone of Legend in their hand. Because nothing can hurt you more than cleaning the board only to give your opponent a free BEWD, DAD, REDMD, etc. In this case, those small cards can completely ruin a well put together CED strategy. So while the potential for mass damage is there, being able to follow up with something big can make or break your whole strategy. I mean, yeah, you could run a chaos dragon themed deck. At least that way, CED is more of a staple than an ace.
  2. They must be stacked. It technically doesn't count as a summon. You just need the base material listed on the card. The 4 subtypes are each a higher grade that would be accomplished. So think in terms of power. Most characters that have powers follow the pattern I laid out in the Subtypes. They are generally normal until said power awakens, it eventually becomes a superpower, the character ascends beyond every other character like them, and they eventually reach their peak or obtain their ultimate power. I only used Celtic Guardian as an example. But generally, I would prefer the cards to be in the deck so they aren't overly broken. The extra deck gives way too much access to them way to quick. But generally, if you have Celtic Guardian and his awakened form in your hand, you're free to drop both cards. It doesn't count as a summon so cards like BTH won't work. Each stage must stack on the previous listed stage. So generally, you can't Drop Celtic Guardian then instantly stack the Ultimate form. You have to stack them properly.
  3. It still has potential. I mean Kuriboh can literally make up the small parts of a chaos deck now. So the banish material is very easy to come by. Also, CED is pretty much just a dark attribute BEWD even if you don't opt for the effect. And in a game where LP became more of a tool, dropping 1000 LP only to drop more chaos material into the grave while inflicting a potential 5400 damage is almost the same as being hit with Burst Stream, Dark Magic Attack, Card Destruction, 3 Meteor of Destruction and Inferno Fire Blast all at once. On the bright side, that is the max potential of the effect. But still, having 2 more of those in a deck where everything you drop just serves that chaos engine pretty much seals the deal. Especially if the next card you draw is another one. Granted the second one won't do near as much damage but it probably won't need to.
  4. Both sites have migrated to the new card maker anyway. So either way, it really doesn't matter. I usually try to go back amd forth to get ideas for my next project.
  5. Let's put the OTK engine at 3. This banlist isn't broken. Nobody would consider putting a free BEWD/Burst Stream/Burn combo card in their deck at 3. Yeah.... definitely not broken. Good job Konami.
  6. Ok. So this concept utilizes normal monsters and gives them higher stages. This introduces 4 new subtypes. Awakened, Super, Ascended and Ultimate. None if this counts as a summon. You're simply making a card stronger and thus, not summoning a new monster. Example: Celtic Guardian Earth Warrior Lv4 1400/1200 Awakened Celtic Guardian Earth Warrior/Awakened Lv5 2100/1800 "Celtic Guardian" This card's name is treated as "Celtic Guardian" while face-up on the field. This card inflicts Piercing Damage. Super Celtic Guardian Earth Warrior/Super Lv7 2800/2400 "Awakened Celtic Guardian" "This card's name is treated as "Celtic Guardian" while face-up on the field. This card inflicts Piercing Damage. Damage inflicted by this card is doubled. Ascended Celtic Guardian Earth Warrior/Ascended Lv8 3500/3000 "Super Celtic Guardian" This card's name is treated as "Celtic Guardian" while face-up on the field. This card inflicts Piercing Damage. Damage inflicted by this card is doubled. When this card inflicts damage to your opponent: Banish the top card from their GY. Ultimate Celtic Guardian Earth Warrior/Ultimate Lv10 4200/3600 "Ascended Celtic Guardian" This card's name is treated as "Celtic Guardian" while face-up on the field. This card inflicts Piercing Damage. Damage inflicted by this card is doubled. When this card inflicts damage to your opponent: Banish the top card from their GY. When a card is Banished by this effect; add 2 Equip Spell Cards from your Deck to your hand. As you can see, you're just stacking cards, trying to get as powerful as possible. While each new form does add an effect, the effect has to relevant to that card and each new effect has to be a direct response to the previous effect. This is because everything must take place at the moment that first effect applied. So the basic is just a battler. The awakened inflicts piercing damage. The super doubles that damage. The ascended banishes a card as a result of that damage. The ultimate gives you 2 equips as a result of that banishing.
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