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No. 5243

Please play Trading Card Games with me.

No.5287

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I'll duel you any time! As long as I'm at home and not sleeping…

No.5299

>>5243
>old anime duel disk
>pendulum monster
poor form my man

No.5316

>>5287
What do you use to play yugioh on? ygo pro, Dueling network etc.

>>5299
nerd

No.5317

ive never been sure if people actually like yugioh or if its just ironic

No.5318

>>5317
its MTG for minorities

No.5326

>>5317
Mainly stockholm syndrome. Also Magic meta is too complicated for my tiny brain.

No.5327

>>5316
I play on YGOpro!

>>5317
The game seems pretty broken to me but it's still fun to play! I'd give MTG a try if there was a way to play it online for free without everything looking ugly…

No.5348

Anyone wannna play wiiiixosss?

No.5349

>>5348
I can play you but I'm not very good!

No.5799

downloaded shadowverse anybody else played it?

No.7209

I thought I'd get into Magic again but after looking around a few Magic places in Tokyo they were all full of spergs. Aren't there any places with more attractive people?

No.7210

>>7209
a rude meanie like you doesn't deserve cute people to play card games with

No.7229

card games SUCK

No.7234

>>7209
Keep looking I suppose. In my experience it's typically the try-hards that are the most "normal". The guys who spend thousands of dollars on cards and grind games trying to git gud. Mainly Standard dudes.

The EDH dudes are typically the ones that are a bit more weird.

No.7235

>>7234
Always remember to check card prices too. Most TCG players are going to try to friend you. Especially since cards can actually be worth quite a bit of money.

No.7237

>>7234
I want to find somewhere with lots of bishojo players

No.7257

>>7237
Good luck with that. Odds of finding a female TCGplayer is the same as finding a grill on ota.
Which, when you factor out trannies, is close to none

No.7258

>>7257
Not any female players

They have to be bishojos

No.7718

How much has giving been ruined by the new card formatting? I left the game just as soon as pendulum cards came in. Xyz and schinchro summoning were cool. Now there's like 2 more card types after pendulum? Is the game dead?

No.7719

>>7718
The only new mechanic after Pendulum is Link Summoning. You are probably thinking about Pendulum cards, which are cards that can act as either a monster or spell depending on their position on the field. With the introduction of Pendulum, the way the game was played was not much different in comparison to XYZ and Synchros. When Link was introduced however, the speed of the game slowed down and became harder to swarm the field, something completely opposite from the previous Pendulum era.

No.7720

>>7719
I wrote a rather long reply to you earlier. but the board said my post looked automated.

Thanks anon.
Yes, pendulum was what I was referring to. I've got a set of pendulum monsters. I was aware they were able to switch back and forth to an extent as spells and monsters.

I haven't learned the in depth rules on pendulum cards nor link cards.

I know that both pendulum and link cards have their own designated spot on the playing field now.

No.7721

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>>7720
To give you the quick run-down, Link cards drastically changed how Extra Deck Monsters (Fusion, Synchro, XYZ, and now Link) are summoned. They can now only occupy an entirely new space called the "Extra Monster Zone" which by default are two spaces in the middle of the field that are both shared by you and your opponent. In order to expand the number of Extra Monster Zones on the field, you must perform a Link Summon and place a Link Monster to any pre-existing Extra Monster Zones. Link Monsters have arrows pointing to which Monster Zones can now be used as Extra Monster Zones. Note that Link Monsters placed in the Link Zones may also give your opponent access to an Extra Monster Zone depending on their Link Arrows.

For Pendulum Monsters, as you are aware they can either act as a Monster or Spell card each with their own respective effect, thus both rules for play are applied normally depending on how you want to use the card. When used as a Spell however, they can only be placed in the Pendulum Zones which occupy the far-most left and right Spell Zones. When two Pendulum cards have been placed in each respective Pendulum Zone the player is now able to perform a Pendulum Summon, allowing the Special Summon of however many monsters whose Levels are between the two numbers of the Pendulum Scale (the numbers that the Pendulum Effect is written between). These monsters can be summoned either from the hand or from the Face-Up Extra Deck (when Pendulum Cards are destroyed, they are sent face-up to the Extra Deck).

This may all sound complicated, but this is coming from a person who has yet to play the Link format. Although I am interested, I haven't had the time to build a deck and try it out.

No.7722

Actually I have some free time tomorrow, so I'm going to go ahead and update my YGOpro and try building a deck.

No.7725

>>7722
Wow.
Thanks for the help.
It's interesting to see how the Yugioh creator(s) have really home out of their way to bring back ritual and fusion cards and monsters.

I just bought like 3 or 4 full boxes of the latest blue eyes/kiba series.

I'm honestly just swelling most of these cards now. I don't think it's a good idea to sit on these just to build and sell decks in the future. The latest blue eyes deck seems to rely heavily on past cards from like 9 years ago and less.



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