the lumber mill. it lets you build 5 large bases. and there are no torn down walls/fences held up by makeshift trash like some of the other bases do. i would have said the fire station if it wasnt for that front gate that just left opened due to a fire truck. yeah, i know they cant actually open the gate, but i like to rp. and living in a
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the strategy of this deck is to quickly and efficiently summon red-eyes darkness dragon. this deck helps do that by either milling red-eyes b. dragon with foolish burial/painful choice or discarding a hard drawn one with WPCed dragon lv5 and having 8 revival cards for it to be used as the tribute for red-eyes darkness dragon. red-eyes b
for yu-gi-oh the duelists of the roses on the playstation 2, a gamefaqs q and a question titled 'what is the best strategy for getting exodia promoted to deck leader?'.
for yu-gi-oh legacy of the duelist: link evolution on the nintendo switch, a gamefaqs message board topic titled 'what's a good deck to play?'.
the best deck in my opinion would have to be one that you have created yourself. unlock as many cards as you can from spellcaster's command then tweek the deck to your liking. spell counters can do wonders in duels where they're being tossed around by magicians. using the original spell caster's command deck i was able to pull out a dark
for yu-gi-oh gx: the beginning of destiny on the playstation 2, a gamefaqs q and a question titled 'what is the best strategy for a dragon deck?'.
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for yu-gi-oh the duelists of the roses on the playstation 2, a gamefaqs message board topic titled 'what's the best starting deck? does anyone know?'.
the theoretical best deck in the era that the game is recreating is the haymaker strategy, which combines high-hp basic pokémon with cheap, powerful attacks traditionally some combination of hitmonchan, base set electibuzz, scyther, and promo mewtwo with gust of wind, pluspower and super energy removal to allow you to prevent a slower deck
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i use a warrior/ dark magician archtype deck, and i need more options in making decks, especially one to beat jaden after the game. everyone who's beaten the game or is close to it, list your best deck recipe.
for yu-gi-oh legacy of the duelist on the playstation 4, a gamefaqs message board topic titled 'reccommendations for a dark magician deck?'.
what is the best deck for this game? user info: starman1223. starman1223 - 10 years ago. to be more specific, i am looking for a dragon deck, a spellcaster deck, or a fire deck. user info: starman1223. starman1223 - 10 years ago. this is before the ending, right before you duel titan. user info: starman1223. starman1223 - 10 years ago. top voted answer. here's a dragon deck for before game. by
for yu-gi-oh gx: the beginning of destiny on the playstation 2, a gamefaqs answers question titled 'what is the best strategy for a red eyes black dragon themed deck?'.
i want to make a better deck, but i'm not sure if red eyes is the best way to go. progress wise, i've done almost every main duel from the original yu-gi-oh anime, so i want to know if it would be a good investment.
however, the best deck to use is the red deck. because the red deck is full of small creatures and alot of burn cards, your opponent will have a hard time figuring out if he wants to counter your shock on his phantom warrior, or wait until you throw down a 5/4 creature right after. use your burn cards to take out some of his harder creatures to
deck-building games are also designed with multiplayer in mind, it's not just pve content. it's not overly-specific, it's the fundamental design of the genre. if you aren't adding cards to your deck in the middle of the match to use in the very same match you're currently playing, then it's not a deck-building game.