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The True Sp33dn0id

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#7004361 [CP17] Performapal Five-Arc Magician

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 26 April 2017 - 11:01 AM

Uhh, kaiju the denko.

Yeah, or just summon something with a continuous effect that gets around it somehow. Summoning Jinzo would allow you to MST the 5-arc magician and then beat over the denko. Summoning something that was unaffected by Spell effects would also work. Point is, it's a funny/memey situation that a lot of decks wouldn't be prepared for. Not at all good, just funny.


Anyway, just wondering: could the text saying 4+ (rather than just 4) be hinting at a legacy format using pre-link rules?

#7004180 Foolish Cremation

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 25 April 2017 - 01:45 PM

Typically, cards that summon a token to your opponent's side of the field force the token to be summoned in Defense Position, especially if the token has low ATK. This is to prevent you from summoning it in Attack Position, and then beating over it for free damage.


Other than that, excellent card! It's extremely versatile, being a non-targeting D.D. Crow that is still good vs Pendulum decks, but that is also usable as easy fodder generator, summoning good Link Material, or good Tribute Summon fodder.

#7003067 YOT Hong Kong

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 22 April 2017 - 08:45 PM

Since this was a tournament, I moved it into the tournaments sub-forum.  Now to figure out what True King Dinosaur is/means and how it works.

It's 3 copies of the Dino Structure deck with 3x Dragonic Diagram, 3x Lithosagym and 1x Agnimazud dropped in.

#7002970 Today is Earth Day!

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 22 April 2017 - 03:19 PM

  • I don't eat meat or use most animal products, and as such consider myself vegan. The billions of animals kept alive for the meat and dairy industries contribute to climate change with their methane burps. I do actually eat honey, since bees are extremely important to the environment, and they aren't exactly the most abundant animal, to put it lightly.
  • I don't fly. Nitrogen oxides are a potent group of greenhouse gases, released by planes when they fly. 
  • I don't drive. Cars emit carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas.

While I'm here, I may as well state that I think the attitude of ridiculing anyone who cares about the environment is a silly one. Any hotel owner would tell you that it's vital to the hotel's success that it be kept in good shape. Someone who kept trashing their room and refused to stop would be kicked out, since someone's going to have to live in that room. Because that's what our planet is: a place where people live, and it would be bad business sense to exploit our hotel by removing all the washers from the plumbing and selling them for scrap.

#7002908 Vision HERO Witch Raider

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 22 April 2017 - 08:11 AM

Acid does it better

#7002467 What's Something You Were Told You Couldn't Accomplish, But You Did A...

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 20 April 2017 - 11:47 PM

My parents, my psychologist and basically everyone told me that I couldn't fly, but I showed them. HA!

#7001590 [MACR-EN] SPYRAL GEAR - Fully Armed

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 18 April 2017 - 05:04 PM

Is this a duel disk?

#7001519 Number 89: Computerbeast Diablosis

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 18 April 2017 - 02:35 PM

Going into REFMD turn 1 just because you don't want to leave your monsters out is the worst feeling ever.

#7001443 The Legendary Fisherman II

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 18 April 2017 - 01:00 PM

Or you can be be pro and run it in Nekroz to grab Gungnir and make the deck work despite the -1 Level from Legendary Ocean :v

"Without using any Level 7 monsters"... huh, for a Level 6 Ritual

#7001440 Number 89: Computerbeast Diablosis

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 18 April 2017 - 12:57 PM

OK, what about this in... PSY-Frame? Before you shoot me down, hear me out.


The main problem is making it. However, overlaying two Zetas isn't nearly as bad as it might seem. Also, PSY-Frame don't exactly struggle for extra deck space, so you can fit it in somewhere. The main advantage of this is that it grants you an extra wincon: deckout via this card's (3) effect. Overload can trigger this every single turn, which will start adding even up even without them using Pot of Desires; a Desires would mean a quick GG. It's also a Psychic to revive with Overmind Archfiend, and its important (3) effect will still be live. Finally, since it punishes Desires so much, if you make this game 1, and especially if you win because of it, your opponent is likely to side out Desires. This massively helps you in the resource game for duels 2 and 3.

#7001427 Trigate Wizard

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 18 April 2017 - 12:28 PM

2 if one of them is a Link.

Yes, you can do that, but Nyx made it sounds like this requires any 2 non-tokens, which is not only bullshit, but a dangerous myth. So I shut that s*** down.

#7000996 [Leaderboard] Aez vs (parenthesis)! A Battle of Seismic Proportions!

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 17 April 2017 - 05:03 PM

I vote for Card A.


Megarock Monstrosity synergises rather well with existing Rock support such as Block Dragon and Gaia Plate the Earth Giant, putting Rocks that they banish back into the deck. The part of the effect that mills a Rock can trigger Revival Golem and Tackle Crusader, or set up a Block Dragon if needs be. It further synergises with Block Dragon in its ability to Tribute a Block Dragon you control to trigger its effect, netting a massive search. Level 9 opens up Rank 9 plays with Cloudcastle (ideally made with Block Dragon + Glow-up Bulb, but something like Revival Golem + Sea Monster of Theseus is also viable), and not being even a semi-nomi means you don't even have to summon it properly first. Its quick shuffle effect works perfectly with decks such as Rock Stun, while also granting strong control elements to other Rock decks.


Thematically, the word Megarock evokes Megarock Dragon, a classic if outclassed Rock-Type beatstick. The fact that it has a mill effect tacked to its already powerful shuffle effect reminds me of Rock Bombardment and Catapult Zone.


Card B on the other hand, protects your Rocks from being destroyed by card effects, something that Block Dragon already does. Such redundancy is at the very least poor taste when it comes to card design. The search effect reminds me of Pendulum Magicians' Pendulumgraph of Ages, but having to be triggered by your opponent, requiring you to still control a Rock to use, and requiring a discard, meaning that it is actually a net minus after only one use. It also lacks synergy with itself, because it triggers when your opponent removes your Rocks, but hinders them in doing so. Finally, the Summon from Grave effect not only requires a large amount of Rocks in grave for a deck which is continually banishing them, but is also so poorly worded that I can't quite work out what it's supposed to do.


Thematically, its name an extremely out of the blue pun, with seemingly no relation to its effect.


Card A wins, no contest.

#7000701 Odd-Eyes Persona Dragon

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 16 April 2017 - 05:01 PM

That looks like English writing... is this coming to the TCG at last?


EDIT: I read the code in the corner. f***ing jump promos

#7000111 [COTD]Transmission Gear

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 14 April 2017 - 12:08 PM

just flip a coin

#6999747 Post and I'll Give You Meme Words

Posted by The True Sp33dn0id on 13 April 2017 - 10:53 AM