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Posted by Enguin on 13 July 2018 - 07:44 PM
Goodness why were we ever arguin' last night you're a FABLED FAN and this Deck is awesome I wanna shed a tear but there's a fan in my face so it won't work.
I've done some work over in the cardcreating block on Fabled, and I do so like how this Deck still works on the power game even with a smattering of Synchros. Getting them back through De-Synchro is so important I don't know why most decks that can feature it don't - looking at you, SPYRALs, your Deck wholly revolves around benefiting from repeated use of cards and you're still too hooked on Tri-Knightmares to bother with this? Snobs.
Do have one suggestion of my own though, since Krow handled most of my original issues-Shooting Quasar could (should?) prolly be replaced with Cosmic Blazar Dragon-same materials, plus its departure from the field to activate its effect is a godsend in Master Rule 4 for opening up Monster Zones for better Link shenanigans. Addendum: it hits more stuff than card effects as well, something you'll really love when you need to go into combos interruptus.
Other than that, thank you for showing this it served as a really nice ray for a really bad (and sweltering) day.
Blazar is definitely the better option from an objective standpoint but Quasar is one of my favourite ever cards and I'm not replacing him. If I could I'd have a Blazae/Sifr in alongside for those scenarios where I actually can miracle out the first without Soul Charge. The main issue I encounter is that the most common end field for a good turn is Quasar Saryuja Borreload which is only ok, really you're now better off going second to try and OTK, or break your opponent's board and set up some kind of disruption (Omega).
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Posted by Enguin on 12 July 2018 - 11:32 PM
3 Monster Reborn
1 Jet Synchron
1 Grow-up Boi
1 Where Arf Thou?
1 Soul Charge
3 Toon Table of Contents
3 Dank World Dabbings
1 Monster Reborn
1 Smashing Ground
2 Pot of Greed
1 Magical Mallet
1 Horn of the Unicorn
1 Single Twister
1 Raigeki Break
1 Emergency Teleport
1 Sky Slut
I have been doing what I can to try and make this functional and I've summoned Quasar thrice today so I'm feeling as happy as is possible. You want to get Saryuja out then get drawing off Ragin and if possible Librarian so you can eventually make Quasar and have it immediately die on the next turn. I hate this fucking deck. It's a shell of what it was pre-link and pre-Level Eater ban. I'm still changing the ratios around and the extra deck is terrible but I have no choice but to use links and the Knightmares are helpful in some respects, though not as much as you'd imagine. Overall it's a depressing experience. Sky Striker shit is good obviously. The spells pick themselves more or less. De-Synchro is ridiculous don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
Posted by Enguin on 10 July 2018 - 08:08 PM
Poetry is for cucks so Rewas has written quite a lot and in reading his work I was inspired to emulate the Lithuanian ladyboy.
The real story behind this is my recent playing of Doki Doki Litfam Dab, and the fact that I'm still holding on hope that I'll get into second year of college and if I do I'll have to write poetry at some point but I don't want to so I've been trying to stockpile some short jokey bullshit ones that I can fall back to and attempt to artistically justify should that eventuality come to pass, and am now going to post them here because it allows me to share them with the whole wide world while simultaneously ensuring that only Mitch ever reads them.
Here you go you Australian weeb.
Oh no a tree
Writing while driving
is not easy
Often results in
But also meter
Oh look it’s Peter
Lucky he’s here
though I hate the queer.
He helped with the setup
for this punchline.
Forty thousand words apiece
Across three stories writ by Keith
Who is Keith I hear you cry
A man I say who’s soon to die
Why you ask what can I do
Is Keith’s death foreseen and true
I can reveal indeed it’s so
He lives within these lines and lo
Upon end of the final one
His life and death are jointly done.
Multiplying paper cuts
Lines that rhyme but have no reason
Betrayal of the king is treason
Rhyming a word with itself
Is something I’d not do myself
But who’s to say it’s invalid
I am you cuck and I just did.
As you can see I have very limited ability and attempt to compensate for that by prioritising the comedic value of the content over the form, finding little success and ultimately failing in every aspect. However, I don't care, and now I have all these ready to go.
Posted by Enguin on 26 June 2018 - 08:02 PM
Posted by Enguin on 21 June 2018 - 12:23 PM
Posted by Enguin on 20 June 2018 - 09:55 PM
It... definitely is. I checked. Unless your brightness is basically 0, it's completely legible.
My phone screen is at minimum brightness and as we approach 4am I have no desire to destroy my eyes my cranking it up to verify so I'll take your word for it this time but know that I've got my eye on you.
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Posted by Enguin on 14 June 2018 - 06:12 PM
Why can you not say outright who's tied when the votes are all public and if anyone really wanted to know they could just go and count themselves, as I am now about to having read this? I presume you just did a tally and didn't pay attention to names or something but now I've gone and looked anyway so the votes for both of those are really split. Writing has 7 people on a vote apiece and 3 with 2; Yui, Pika, and Saiku. Critic has 5 on 1, and then Flame and British Soul are both on 2. This may not be entirely correct but I'm 95% sure, unless there are secret PM cuck votes that I don't know about.
Anyway now that that's brought me in here I may as well vote.
Rising Star - Torasaki. 1 post, 5 reps. Not been online in over 18 months. A master of efficiency that we should all aspire to emulate.
Cardmaker Star - Dova. Scraggledy-haired Australian child, he needs this.
Writing Star - Pika. There's not really anyone else in the creative writing section and if there is they're trash, I don't know anything about RP. Also the only person I've seen give decent feedback.
Artistic Star - No clue about this, abstain.
Critic Star - Hina, because this causes a 3-way tie.
Reality Star - This is the worst award, abstain.
Comedy Star - Well this definitely isn't the meme-aggregator types who post every image they find as a thread.
Classic Star - Raeg.
Manager Star - Dad. I know he doesn't want to be involved but nobody else deserves the vote and I'd rather have it not count for him than abstain or vote for another.
Monstar - I genuinely do not care at all, abstain.
Posted by Enguin on 26 May 2018 - 05:20 PM
The pro-life campaign claimed that the 8th saved about between high 4 to low 5 figures of lives yearly. That's now gone. In the US, about 60-70% of abortions happen in the first trimester. So let's take the most optimistic approach. About 8000 terminated yearly. That'd drop Ireland into the same rate as the rest of WE
They made a lot of claims, the details of the one you're referencing were basically to say that over the 33 years (at the time) since the abortion act was introduced, over 100,000 lives had been "saved" by it.
This conclusion was reached by taking the abortion rates of four other European countries (in three cases starting from 1994 and for Portugal 2007 as it was only legalised there then, the 1994 starting point being justified by them assuming it would have taken a further ten years to legalise abortion fully in Ireland had the amendment not passed, another element of guesswork to this already very flawed "science") applying them to Irish births over the same period, adding them all up and finding the average. The highest imagined equivalent was 196,000 based on the England & Wales rate (data was already combined presumably because of the UK though Scotland doesn't feature, don't know why) , lowest was 58,000 based on Portugal's, and then two more in between which were 75,000 for Belgium and 121,000 for Spain.
You can see it here, it's about as threadbare a bit of research as you'll find. https://prolifecampa...tember2016.pdf
It's quite obvious they just wanted to get their 100,000 number so they found a way to get to it and then cut out all the other countries listed earlier in the study for no stated reason (the only reason they appear at all is I presume to make this whole thing seem a bit more credible), creating an arbitrary subsection of an already arbitrary subsection of nations with legalised abortion just to make up a figure based on guesswork that would be nice and round for a soundbite.
It's not necessarily an inaccurate figure but the way it was arrived at is pretty invalid and contrived, they obviously reached their conclusion and then built back from there rather than actual concise effort leading to this conclusion.