How's Your Orange?
cyng at lamere.net
Sat Mar 10 00:39:17 EST 2001
I thank you for the decklists. It is very interesting to see how
others use the same personalities. Here, howevere, there are simply too
many cards which I do not have. If I were to build an honourable dueling
deck, my strategy would involve using personalities with
carefully-weighed cost-vs-PH, good Chi, and innate abilities linked to
dueling. Ukira and Daini are excellent duelists. Yasu is, as well. Tamori
Chosai has great Chi. Yoshi is a staple. Uso and Mio are good for their
PH. Gennai is a staple in every Dragon deck, even if only for his Fate
I could go on, and give you a decklist, but, as I said before, it
never was any good. Unfortunately, the two lists which you gave contain
too many cards that I simply don't have.
Again, my thanks for your input.
Dragon Clan Ratling Duelist * Tattooed * Double Chi * Samurai
Togashi Rik'Chk'Chok'Tak'Tik'Chuk'Tok'Tak'Tik'Tik'Tik may attach two
While Togashi Rik'Chk'Chok'Tak'Tik'Chuk'Tok'Tak'Tik'Tik'Tik has two
attached, all of his Focus cards have their values increased by one.
>I am so sorry to hear about your frustration Togashi Ratling-san. You have
>gotten tons of good ideas right here, but here is my two koku. Now I know I
>am a dinosaur, but I still play Honor/PK. I also find no body can duel me,
>so your comments about the Kitsune and Monkey really surprised me. Here is
>the deck that got me 3rd out of 31 at GenCon Benelux, and 14th out of 64
>(with the worst rookie mistake ever that caused me the game in final round
>of Swiss and kept me out of the final 8 :().
>I will warn that the decks are incredibly rare and OOP dependent. Still
>this is the deck type I like to play, and I can't complain about my results.
> I have posted the deck in it's Summer 200 format and current format. Feel
>free to comment, input is appreciated...
>Well let me know what you think, and good luck.
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