Friday, June 10, 2011

Cardfight!! Vanguard - The Basics - Part 5 - Finishing Comments

Well, since I explained how the phases worked, I'll tell you what order the phases come into play:

"Stand and Draw" Phase
Ride Phase
Main Phase
Battle Phase
End Phase

To expand a bit further on the poll, I'll explain what would be next according to the poll:

  • Strategy - Clans (along with some sample Deck Lists)
    • This will involve Purebreds first, then go into Hybrids.
    • Hybrids can go into a separate section, so I may do them after the Game Analysis
  • Game Analysis and Tutorial (Online Game about Cardfight!! Vanguard)
    • This is a BYOND game, so a tutorial is needed, like an instruction booklet is needed for a game. Hence why I'm doing the Game Analysis and the Game Tutorial together.
Also, you can't call a Guardian that's a higher grade than your Vanguard. Anyway, if you have any questions, leave a comment.

EDIT: A frequent question comes up, and I'll address it here, since this is where the question appears at the most.

Why do you have "The Basics" when you can watch the Cardfight!! Vanguard anime?
This is for the people that don't have the luxury of watching the anime and want to get into the game: Cardfight!! Vanguard. I know the anime exists, but for people that just want to watch it just to learn, and waste approximately 2 hours for them to learn fully what happens during a match, (AND have them misplay) it would make a bit more sense if there's another source for them to understand how to play. Long story short, you cannot trust the anime to learn Cardfight!! Vanguard. It is better for you to have someone else teach you, or read about it, hence why I made "The Basics".


  1. Just a quick question that I will post here because I don't see anywhere better :/ anyway, are you allowed to play with a combination of Vanguard cards that are Japanese and English or should it be one or the other

  2. can you do me a favor and undate your spikes

    1. I'll be updating a lot of things in the next month, so I'll see what I can do.