Saturday, August 11, 2012

Saying Farewell to Blogger

Normally, I would keep on trying to keep it a better than it should, but it's becoming too much for the readers and for me to handle. I can understand the frustrations of keeping two card games on the same blog, but eventually, people will quit reading it, and move onto a different website.

So, I came up with a solution. By using Weebly, I can split the two topics into two separate blog threads, and keep doing what I have to do for the reader.

My new site:


Hopefully, you can enjoy the experience through this method.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Deciding what to do next (Short Post)

I'm simply getting too much on my plate at once, so I may simple it down to this:
  • I will work on Breakdown Posts near immediately. I'll be doing these for both Yu-gi-oh! and Cardfight!! Vanguard.
  • If I have a deck list for you, I will post it in either a Breakdown Post, so you have a sample deck list to look off of or a Deck Discussion Post. I will take rate or fixes on either post.
  • If there is a request posted in the Request Page on my Weebly site, I will work on that post and get it up A.S.A.P.
Sorry, a lot of things have been coming up, and I will get to every topic eventually, but I do not know how long it'll take me.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

For those who haven't noticed (Short post)

There's a list of request topics, a request submission form, and several others in the list. I know I have been off topic as of late, but I need to figure out what I should do on the Yu-gi-oh! side of things. When I'm finished with what I need to do for that, I will continue with the Request Topic list.

So, please, if you are going to request a topic, use the form, if at all possible. If you cannot view it for some reason, or if it's too out of the way, please let me know.

Request Topic List:
Request Submission Form:

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Yu-gi-oh! - Breakdown of Genex Hero (Moulin Glace) - Part 2

Note: Instead of doing deck discussions, I decided to include the deck within the Breakdown and elaborate on some choices here.

Deck List:

2x Genex Controller
Atlantean Armsman
Atlantean Marksman
Atlantean Seahorseman
Dark Armoed Dragon
3x Destiny Hero Diamond Dude
Elemental Hero Stratos
3x Genex Undine
Gorz the Emissary of Darkness
Moulin Glace, the Spiritual Ice-Residing Lord
2x Summoner Monk
2x Tragoedia

Allure of Darkness
Dark Hole
2x Destiny Draw
Foolish Burial
Future Fusion
Heavy Storm
3x Instant Fusion
3x Miracle Fusion
Monster Reborn
Reinforcement of the Army

2x Hope for Escape
Solemn Judgment
Solemn Warning
2x Torrential Tribute

Extra Deck
3x Elemental Hero Absolute Zero
Elemental Hero Escudirao
Flame Ghost
Rare Fish
Ancient Fairy Wyvern
Black Rose Dragon
Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
Blade Armor Ninja
Daigusto Emeral
Lavalval Chain
Leviair the Sea Dragon
Number 39: Utopia
Steelswarm Roach

Atlantean Armsman, Seahorseman, and Marksman are the 3 choices to mill from Genex Undine's effect. Some choices I made are as follows:
  • Instant Fusion over Upstart Goblin: Rather than giving my opponent 1000 Life Points, I pay 1000 Life Points to set up a Xyz Play.
  • Solemn Judgment and Solemn Warning: Since this is a cost heavy deck for Hope for Escape, Solemn Judgment and Solemn Warning became obvious additions to the deck.
  • 2 Hope for Escape over 3 Hope for Escape: To widen my horizons, I dumped a Solemn Warning and the third Hope for Escape for 2 Torrential Tributes.
Other than that, if you need me to expand on other choices, let me know by commenting. Anyway, rate, comment, fix, thoughts, or comment.

Friday, July 27, 2012

Yu-gi-oh! - Breakdown of Genex Hero (Moulin Glace) - Part 1

In the Yu-gi-oh! Speculation post, I was looking at Genex Hero first, and seeing how it'll take into account Moulin Glace, so I dove into the Genex portion a bit more, and found out that it'll be stupid to just splash in one part of the archetype. By opening up variety of chains, you can use different outs like causing one of the following:
  • Getting Genex Controller and popping a face-up card on your opponent's Field.
  • Getting Genex Controller and popping a Set card on your opponent's Field.
  • Getting Genex Controller and Moulin Glace.
With that, you can set-up your next move, if you have certain cards within your hand, but that'll be a problem if you don't have a back-up engine, so these two engines were used:
  • Undine Engine
  • Summoner Monk Engine (which can use Elemental Hero Stratos)
One thing that can branch Moulin Glace and Dark Armed Dragon is Lavalval Chain, since it can foolish pieces easily, and cause a bunch of plays if need be.

With the search engines, there's draw engines that were added:
  • Hope for Escape
    • Utilizing Upstart Goblin seemed a bit pointless, so I went with paying all crazy if need be, so my resources never deplete.
  • Destiny Draw and Allure of Darkness
    • Since I focused it more around Destiny Heroes and Genex Controller, both of these cards can see play. (For Destiny Heroes, I only use Diamond Dude.) Also, Diamond Dude can send these to Graveyard, since both of these are Normal Spell Cards.
Deck List and explanation of some choices will be posted in the next Part.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Yu-gi-oh! Speculation - Moulin Glace the Spiritual Ice-Residing Lord

Well, this is starting to make me wonder quite a bit about how everything is set-up, so I started to tweak a Genex Hero deck to accept this card: (Card name, stats, and effect came from Dueling Network)

Moulin Glace the Spiritual Ice-Residing Lord
********    Attribute: Water
Cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. Must be Special Summoned (from your hand) by having exactly 5 WATER monsters in your Graveyard, and cannot be Special Summoned by other ways. When this card is Special Summoned: Discard 2 random cards from your opponent's hand. The effect of "Moulin Glace the Spiritual Ice-Residing Lord" can only be activated one per turn. If this card leaves the field, skip the Battle Phase of your next turn.
ATK: 2800   DEF: 2200

I started to wonder if this would be possible, because of how Heroes are played, and how Elemental Hero Bubbleman could be potentially used. But why Genex?

Genex Undine + Atlantean Seahorseman = Genex Controller and Moulin Glace the Spiritual Ice-Residing Lord in your Hand after searching.

Could this be potentially be a similar case to Dark Armed Dragon, of which players would try to run it as much as they can? Who knows. Only time will tell.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Decided to try something out

Sorry that I have been out for the past few days, but I was testing out something that a friend requested, and it seemed interesting, so I tried it out.

So far, it seems pretty interesting, you get to raise your Pokemon and that, but you don't get to catch them out in the Field. Instead, you are either A) Given an egg to raise or B) Catch it in Safari Zone. Other than that, it's similar to a game called Yu-gi-oh! BAM where you can just leave it closed for a while, then come back, and either A) You gain progress or B) You can leave where you left off.

If you are interested to try it, feel free.