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>thinking the OP isn't a nostalgia fag who can't play the game
anon, I don't even know how to use synchro monsters
GX? Just get her masked heroes, they're super easy to pilot and they released a structure deck last year.
Blue-eyes.dek does not work right now, we need the movie cards first.
I kinda want to get back into YGO, if only to play Exodia jank. I haven't yet made any effort to look into how to build it.
How do you nerds feel about Exodia decks?
Enjoy your negative w/l m8, I'll be here at top rated laughing at you.
Look, you don't have to play to win. Nobody can make you. Playing to have your own fun is perfectly fine too. However, you can't bitch that you're playing to lose in a competitive environment. You also can't pretend to have some sort of moral superiority because of how you decide you want to play.
>yfw you realize Kaiba/Chazz/Jack/Kite are actually metaphors for heartless meta players
>the best character in the series are representative of the yugioh community
>he forgot best rival
>he thinks chazz was jadens rival
>You also can't pretend to have some sort of moral superiority because of how you decide you want to play.
Yes I can actually. Does the word OP mean nothing to you? If you've really never noticed your friends complain about someone using the most overpowered character in a fighting game before you were probably that kid.
>acting like I use shit decks just because I refuse to use his silly combo deck
And you really think I'm the one acting superior?
If you think your ethics should stop applying just because you're playing a card game you're the one with shitty morals. Are you the same kind of guy who cheats in video games and thinks it's okay because it's just a kid's game? Good ethics stop at no door.
There's a difference between cheating and doing winning legally, I don't cheat and I don't think it's ok, but using OP shit is perfectly fine and is a choice of the player. You shouldn't be pressuring people into using shit decks just because you think it gives you some sort of false sense of moral superiority.
Chazz was definitely Jaden's Rival, it's just that he didn't fulfill the role in the same manner as the others. Consequentially, he's a much more fleshed out character than the rest.
Chazz and Jaden originally had a straight-up Yugi-Kaiba dynamic that over time changed due to Chazz's character development morphing him from Rival to Supporting Protagonist.
His first character development arc when he winds up at North Academy is one of my favorite parts of GX, and highlights the transformation from a stuck up entitled rich douchebag without any of Kaiba's style, into someone you can actually root for.
>>acting like I use shit decks just because I refuse to use his silly combo deck
Given that modern yugioh is all about getting combos off or preventing the other person from doing so I'd say you are probably using a shitty deck.
>I don't cheat and I don't think it's ok, but using OP shit is perfectly fine and is a choice of the player.
Oh okay, so you don't mind if I challenge you to a few rounds of Mortal Kombat then? I pick Noob, he's my favorite. :^)
I read the whole thing, blah blah blah character development.
Character development doesn't mean he's the rival, Joey, tristan and duke all got character development and they aren't the rival.
>If you've really never noticed your friends complain about someone using the most overpowered character in a fighting game before you were probably that kid.
Your friends sucked at fighting games
No, Zane was only an acting force upon Jaden in the first season. While it was stronger than Chazz in that Zane actually beat Jaden, they resolve everything in season one.
Chazz was with the cast for the rest of the show, and was more Kaiba-like in relevance to screentime.
When Zane comes back, it's Syrus who develops as a character as he has to man up and try to bring his brother back.
Honestly, Zane vs the Headmaster was another favorite part of mine.
Is it weird that I like GX more than OG Yugioh? I just love so many parts, from Crowler vs Camilla to Neo Spacians to the the new guys in season three.
Is it weird that I like GX more than OG Yugioh
Probably, but I do share the same opinion. I think GX had the best duels in the series, and I think Judai is a better main character than Yugi.
I don't care what the original post was about, and I don't think anyone else does either.
I the the final series of Zexal and arc-v had the best duels, but I know this opinion will be discarded because "ew zexal"
I decided to watch Arc V today.
>Guy returns a monster from the field to the protagonist's hand
>Protagonist basically lost at this point
>He pulls out bullshit new never before seen summoning mechanic that transforms his cards lets and plays all the monsters in his hand
>The monster that was sent to his hand is suddenly a new card with a new effect
>This new effect secures him the duel
>Nobody calls bullshit on any of this
Like I could wave away the new summoning mechanic because they made a point to show that if the system accepts it then it's okay, but the card transforming into a brand new card with a totally different effect is total fucking cheating.
Usually they're a bit more subtle or something you can't call out.
Anyone watching the duel should be able to tell Yuya swapped out his card and started playing with some overpowered homebrew bullshit rules. (Pendulum summon is serious bullshit though)
He has different decks that he uses, and he draws good because he believes in the heart of the cards, unlike you, you heretic.
No, he could still pull the same bullshit without it, it's nothing but pure luck.
I assume the new protagonist isn't the only person who can pendulum summon, right? Surely everyone else's cards transformed at the same hime his did using some Berenstain magic, or else this new Yugioh is even shittier than I thought.
They aren't counterfeits, he literally owns the card game, he is the one who prints the original cards. After hearing about the pendulums protag made he decided to make his own so that the general public could use them [Spoiler]in the war against the fusion dimension[/Spoiler]
>My pendulum monsters can be spells or monsters at the same time
>I can summon as many monster between level x and x I want from my hand every turn
>I can also negate any spell/trap card with my pendulum monsters
>My pendulum monsters go to the extra deck instead of the graveyard when they get destroyed and I can then summon them again the next turn
Seriously why do they get so many rules. XYZ and Synchros were hella simple in comparison.
Cards that look cool, useless or not.
One of the most important events of the story and it gets put into a shit card.
Judai never cheated. Other forces cheated in his favor periodically (and almost always when the chips were down and it was a do-or-die situation), but for the most part Judai was just a filthy lucker.
You don't actually want a full DT anime. It's better as a hodgepodge of storyline that players piece together.
>Exciton is the Gary Stu of the show and half of any story arc is either about him or told through his eyes.
>40 million episodes of Gigo suffering.
>Wanting "The Gishkis and the Gustos shitfling for an arc and a half even after being almost entirely wiped out by the arc villain" animated
>Anything pre-Vylon is boring as shit.
What you ACTUALLY want is a small cluster of OVAs that cover a few random things like a day in Gigo's life or the time Exciton met Alchemic and Downerd Magicians or shit like that. Basically just animating small stories here and there and not playing a giant overarching plot.
I can see some odd situations when that can be useful. Many archetypes today have fusions, xyz, etc. The DDD have Rituals, Fusions, Synchros & the Rank 4 toolbox can be fitted in many decks.
Actually, he DID make some OC Cards that are broken as hell, but for some reason that has yet to be explained, cards are free to patch themselves in Arc-V's universe independent of the wishes of the creator and user(s). His broken pendulum scales fixed themselves after a turn to not be anywhere near as broken. Then they nuked his field with their new effects and he got to feel dumb for a bit.
He then later returned, having fixed the effect change to be less ridiculously crippling but nowhere near as broken as before.
This. Zane never really gives a flying shit about Jaden.
In the anime the rival starts out as Chazz, goes to Bastion for a few episodes, fucks off to Aster, then to brainwashed Chazz, and then to nobody really.
In the manga Chazz gets almost more development and plot events than Jaden
If you think playing whatever is powerful in the metagame created by Konami is the same thing as cheating, then you are beyond help at this point. Maybe competitive games aren't for you and you should stick to co-op stuff. Trying to impose your made-up rules and morals to a card game is the scrubbiest thing possible.
That's not a card, Anon.
Judai came back and was in a depressive funk over basically everything that happened involving Cobra, Yubel, and the Supreme King stuff, blaming himself. He kept away from his friends to keep it from happening again.
Some shit happens and the personification of the backs of trading cards comes out of basically nowhere to present itself as not only the arc villain but the secret villain behind everything else that happened in the show, and it starts consuming everyone in a repeat of their realistic fears (Asuka becomes a teacher like she dreamed, but none of her students give a shit about her and consider her a wash-up, for example). Judai blows it up with Yubel's help and everyone hugs him.
Afterwards, Judai decides to ditch his graduation ceremony and pay his respects to Yugi's deck before leaving, only to find Yugi himself there to admonish Judai for becoming depressed and letting his past mistakes and challenges forget "something important", then offering him a challenge against the strongest duelist.
Yugi forces their kuribohs to resonate or some bullshit and Judai time travels to a weird alternate universe excuse plot timeline so he can fight Yugi while he still has the puzzle (and also so we don't have to completely remake animation references for the last 2 episodes of the series). During what is arguably one of the best back-and-forth duels in the franchise, Judai realizes the "something important" he lost was the ability to have fun when things AREN'T dangerous and life-threatening. He then orders an unbuffed Neos to swing into a 5k Slifer/Osiris and it fades to him claiming he's gonna have fun in his duels from now on.
The series ends with Judai becoming a duelhobo, with Yubel, the teacher, and the cat all serving as his traveling companions as he goes around the world trying to solve Duel Spirit problems. It's after this that we see him in the Bonds Beyond Time movie.
S4 was pretty good.
Also a lot of character shit happens, trying not to focus too much on Judai. For instance, Manjoume gets on the path to becoming a pro, Edo gets a bit more time showing off the day-to-day of a pro duelist, we get a bit of an epilogue for Sho and Kaiser, Chronos and Judai get a rematch that mirrors the first duel of the series, Misawa continues not existing, and Asuka learns that she's an eternal jobber and nothing will ever change that.
I posted about Sandstorm Mirror Force last thread and I stand by what I said (besides it being pretty useful for stalling). The card was made to troll people and nothing else.
Props for Twin Twister, though.
Gravekeepers decks. The answer is ALWAYS Gravekeepers. There will never be a time when players DON'T rely on their graveyard as an important resource.
And like >>44940417 said, Heroes are still a thing.
Still in the works, an open to any suggestions for a build
But we havent had any new cards that deal with DT the current story line right now deals with Master Pendulum and Evilswarm 3.0. Ultimate Providence is weird since its a TCG exclusive.
Maybe they'll pull some sort of time split: in the tcg Tierra wins and kills everyone as shown in ultimate providence, maybe they'll make an ocg exclusive card where he is defeated.
I was playing ygopro earlier today and it worked fine, but I just opened it up and now the menu was black and music was playing, it also closes if I go to any of the tabs. Does anybody know what might have happened and how I can undo it?
Just invested in several goat decks but the cards haven't shipped yet. YuGiOh is the only thing online I still have to wait for and it's pretty annoying. I only picked up a couple of delinquent duos though, I thought I could trade for more but no one has them. It's pretty frustrating.
This guy nailed it. I like to use weird decks cuz they're more satisfying to win with imo, but that's just a personal preference. If I ever get serious about w/l ratios, I'll pick up more competitive stuff cuz that's just how it works.
both Gemini and union are some of my favorite mechanics
it's a pity that neither can really work now a days
What makes you think the game is any more unbalanced at the top than it is at the bottom?
There are always tiers. Decks on top. And decks of tiers below that can challenge the tiers above but at less success rates.
That has always been the case. Whether or not you are talking about the modern game or the game of the past.
Or do you think random decks stood a chance against the likes of TeleDAD, Troop Dupes, or Yata-Locks?
> but for some reason that has yet to be explained
In the anime the cards are nearly sentients, that's why believing in the heart of the cards work, if you like your cards you will always draw the one you need.
Making counterfeits for mass use is less terrible than creating bullshit special snowflake cards out of thin air (introducing a fucking whole new card slot that had no reason to exist)
>expecting your 10 year old trash to be playable now
>still living in the past instead of adapting
>not realizing the banlist has destroyed any hope of you salvaging that deck
Come on anon, at least if you want to nostalgia you can play blue eyes
Aww, can't handle your deck being unplayable so you have to spend your time playing past formats? Get over it it and stop living in the past. Games evolve. That's how they stay relevant. Your refusal to accept that only proves how bad you are.
yuya doesn't either he didn't make pendulums his necklace did
atem/yugi never actively cheated most of his bullshit was the game not having established rules
yusei never cheated but did get help from the crimson dragon
yuma actually cheated, but so did his opponents