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Hell? Oh no, you flatter me! This is merely SuperYCM! I am The Warden.
Posted by The Warden on 14 September 2018 - 06:11 AM
Posted by The Warden on 08 September 2018 - 07:52 AM
They thought to expel her, did they? Fools. You foolish fools foolishly fooling about. You can't destroy what is you, not unless you intend to destroy yourself. And you will when Leukemia comes into play. And what better Leukemia was there than one where a Ragnarok destroyed their Crona? "Fools."
The kernal that made up the Heartless, Isamy's Heart, was safely ensconced within the corners of her Black Blood, to keep it safe from the swings of the blade. it was quite precious, too precious, but foolish. It wouldn't work. She had to win here, so naturally it wasn't going to work. Not when she could see into the harmony of the two. Fools. "Heartless Alpha!"
Each eye screamed, but it was a slow and soft scream, almost impossible to hear without being an animal of some kind. But as they did, a calm ran through Butlerok's own Mad Blood in a wave, forcing it to be still and calm, and above all else, obedient. He was just a man, a simple man playing games far beyond his ken. it was sad. Tragic. A real sob story true. But that's how their endings were unfortunately, sad ones. It could have been avoided, but... they made their beds now that his wavelength was indistinguishable from her own. "Heartless Beta!"
The screams became sonic, impossible for the average man to hear. But not impossible for a soul to hear the call. "Come to me souls consumed by greed and lust. I can set you free if you join with me. Come! Come be free and earn the endings you desire! You will find nothing in the dark, so please, come to my light, and finally find your Happily Ever After!"
Her words were like honey, alluring, enticing, mesmerizing. You'd be a fool not to follow her, to want to join with her, and live in the eternal joy of Happily Ever After. And with it, Butlerok's Mad Blood was silent, silent save for the Heartless' calling.
Posted by The Warden on 02 September 2018 - 08:55 PM
If your LP is to low to pay for a LP maintenance cost, then the cost cannot be paid and the card will be destroyed. Same with most other maintenance costs. Oftentimes these effects will include a "Pay X LP or destroy this card" or "Pay X LP, and if you cannot, destroy this card" clause to denote what is mandatory payment and what is optional. However, neither can make you pay more than what you can give.
An exception is when the cost includes a “ Pay/Loss X LP (this is not optional)” effect, which I believe pertains only to the Chess Archfiends. Those with the not optional clause can make you pay until you lose.
If you cannot pay the LP cost to activate a card, then the card cannot be activated. Same with a discard effect when your hand would be empty.
Posted by The Warden on 07 August 2018 - 08:30 AM
The Shadow Cavern
It wasn't a cry of distress, but something of a command. "Do not toy with them, toying is pointless. End them quickly, so they may become one with Origin. They refuse us. They refuse ME! They refuse all that we stand for. Do not toy, just end them and make it quick. Their suffering should not be long."
Bone cracking, Isamy's light shone directly onto Butlerok and Rhadamanthys. The Heartless observed, and then unleashed a piercing cry of rage and anguish.
[Void Inclusion: Veigar, the Tiny Master of Evil]
Eye-light glowing more intensely, Isamy's Heartless let out another roar as the air of the Shadow Caverns filled with large black balls, hundreds of them, potentially thousands. With another roar, they all scattered, aiming to pound every last inch of the Caverns to draw those fools out, with many aimed specifically at Butlerok and Rhadamanthys, but also indiscriminately at Killua and Gon as well. And you better hope you don't take damage~ Isamy's now stacking Phenomenal Evil stacks to amp up her power.
Phenomenal Evil Stacks: 0
Posted by The Warden on 27 July 2018 - 10:47 PM
Posted by The Warden on 25 July 2018 - 09:07 AM
"Everything has a limit," Finite claimed. "You have met yours."
"Then, my lost little lamb, allow me to assess yours."
Descending like a flock of doves, the many Hapshiels stared at Finite, and then, there was only one. One was enough, and it was fair; fair as he stood between children and their would-be butcher. The angel regarded Kenpachi, and his juicy purple lips curled into a very displeased grimace. "How ugly" he commented. "How very, truly, ugly."
In a flash of light, and a flutter of his wings, the angel stood ready to fight, clad in brilliant golden armour, his wings spread at their full, rather impressive size. Hand to his waist, Hapshiel drew a simple sword, marked only with the symbol of infinity on its guard. "We all have our limits, butcher. Let us test how far you can go before your delusions break" Hapshiel hissed with deadly venom, his sword raised and ready to defend.
Lydia observed the battle unfold, each new fold revealing more ugly creases and other stains. It seemed insane really, to fight something that just kept changing like this. One moment guns, another ice, and now dracoliches. Yeah, she was very aware of the ugly bony thing circling around her tower, just waiting for her. But... why? "What a despicable excuse of a dragon!"
The girl's eyes widened as a familiar presence returned to her mind. "Avalon, you're back!" she uttered with relief.
"I was never gone! Something severed our bond, leaving me lost in your consciousness momentarily. I have only managed to find one of few cracks that allowed me back in."
"Could it have been Isamy?"
"It might have been as a consequences of that attack on our existences she used. But, something was impeding my return. I have had my apprehensions, but I think you should discard that sword. It is... unnatural, and has clearly been having an impact on your fragile senses!"
"Discard Hopeless Black?" Lydia uttered, only just now realizing she held that sword in her grasp.
"It is an unholy amalgamation of despair and arrogance. I was a fool to even suggest that we craft the thing. No, can I even call it a thing? It is clearly... alive, somehow, filled to the brim with the essence of that Witch. Discard it, and let it fade away as we worry about that sorry excuse for a dragon outside!"
The girl stared at the sword, and it seemed to stare back. The hand that held it, it felt like ice. She could barely part with the sword, as if it had become part of her. Gritting hard, her stubborn fingers slowly bent, and Hopeless Black fell to the floor, an inert blade. And with a sudden cry, Lydia kicked it to the other side of the tower room. "Why did I... feel so angry all of a sudden?"
"It was clearly poisoning you, and now you feel the emotions it had been repressing. Leave that ugly thing behind now, and focus. We need to destroy that Dracolich and then Isamy, so this madness can end."
"Okay, let's slay them both, or die trying" Lydia said with new confidence as she leaped through the window, her wings catching the cold air. "What would I ever do without you Avalon?"
"After what happened with LERNA, dying would have been better to the alternative" the Sorceress Supreme admitted as she faced off with the dragon whose attention was all hers. "Get out of my sight" she commanded, channeling Avalon's haughtiness.
With a hand raised, she fired a searing beam of light, intending to annihilate the disgusting undead with one pure burst. And as she did, Hopeless Black faded from the tower room.
Posted by The Warden on 03 July 2018 - 01:01 AM
Gotta say that Bigfoot looks like he could've been one of the Baboon of the Forest monsters, like Green, Red, and Yellow.
These are pretty neat, though the whole random discard thing is pretty amusing since you've got to reveal the Danger! monster first. Also Danger! is an amazing archetype name and I hope Konami makes many more with names like it, especially since we got a Danger! Zone. I have 0 doubts that that name was an accident.
Posted by The Warden on 01 July 2018 - 03:11 AM
Uuuuuuugggghhhhhh!!! Why doesn't Konami realize that this shit isn't what Photon/Galaxy needs? I mean yeah fine, it is nice that it does cards and not just monsters; the problem here is that all their bloody S/T are unsearchable, so re-fattening the deck for a draw 2 isn't precisely worth it anyways. This thing pretty much does the damn opposite of what they need, as what they need i precision mill and the ability to search their S/T. That's what they bloody need and I wish Konami would stop being chickenshit about making a Rank 8 deck good. This isn't the blood ZeXal era anymore, and yet they're still being scared about making Photons/Galaxy good.
Posted by The Warden on 27 June 2018 - 07:43 AM
“That’s what my Mom taught me, at least, and she was one of the best duelists I’ve ever met.”
"That is some of the dumbes-" Marcus began, but Alison silenced him with a gesture.
"A grand statement. Yes, you are right, really. You can predict all you like and use your best guesses based on evidence, but as much the same, it truly is down to chance sometimes; the "Heart of the Cards". Destiny isn't real, just a little fiction we make to explain why things are the way they are. We decide our fates, or we at least try too, but... I will present once again an important factor: You can trust the girl because you can see her face more than the masked man. That trust is important, you see. The girl is the airy fairy sort, the sort who believes in true love, from what I've seen of her around the school since yesterday. A girl like that would seem like The Lovers, but really the girl is lapsing in judgement, an Inverted Judgment. That's not good when dealing with the Inverted Moon. The Kamen Rider, I've heard things about him, as you do when looking into information around occultic happenings at the school. You hear things. But the Kamen Rider's got quite a history behind him, and not all of it was good. A man who hides his face and is known to take advantage of others. It's a conundrum when you're dealing with someone who follows their fallible heart dueling someone who could take advantage of such weakness" Alison, at quite a bit of length, explained. "If you cannot look your opponent dead in the eye, you cannot trust them, especially when you are too trusting to begin with, is what I'm saying."
"Jesus," Tobi scoffed, "you always do a good job reminding me why I shouldn't get on your bad side."
Posted by The Warden on 27 June 2018 - 02:28 AM
“ -- yeah, that. He’s up in Life Points but he just lost the board and after this draw hand advantage is even. I don’t know either of them very well, so unless you know something about the players that I don’t, I think it’s too soon be so confident about who’s gonna win.”
"Do you think so?" Alison mused with a knowing smile.
"I know that tone. See Hitomu, you might be good at dueling, but how well do you get the duelist?" Toni queried.
"Probably not too well it would seem?" Marcus chuckled.
"Alright, you have my attention. What am I missing here?" Hitomu inquired, allowing that not-so-subtle jab to slide while he was on the clock.
"While our little butterfly of darkness, or rather Inverse Judgment appears to be in control with such a frightfully powerful monster, she lacks something her opponent has" Alison began.
"See, the Kamen Rider has a mask, and that's pretty important when it comes to trying to understand someone."
"A mask covers the face, but it also covers other stuff too. Most importantly, the eyes" Marcus explained.
"His eyes?" Hitomu questioned, now genuinely a little interested.
"Indeed. The eyes are the window of the human soul, and they are something we humans can never truly change about ourselves. No matter how hard we try, we cannot change our eyes, which is why the Kamen Rider has the advantage here" Alison explained. "His opponent cannot see his eyes, and thus cannot know the extent of his integrity; his soul. But he can see her's clear as day, which is why she won't win. He sees her soul, but she cannot see his. She cannot see into his depths to understand his character, but he can do so to her. It's an unfair advantage, and one I believe will allow him to achieve victory; I believe this doubly so as he is an Inverse Moon."