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moketu

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#108 - Picture 04/14/2014 on Sen-pie 0
#39 - >Fav this **** to remind myself I should lose weight. &…  [+] (1 reply) 03/27/2014 on doesn't seem to impressive +114
#161 - anon (03/27/2014) [-]
Use this. Easy mode weight loss.
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#227 - Yeah i have faced a couple of deck out decks, with AD changer,…  [+] (2 replies) 03/02/2014 on Most of these are fact-checked 0
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#230 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
My inferno tempest deck is a burn deck, pretty much.
What I do is summon lava golem on your side and if you attack me with it as I have inferno tempest. Boom. No more monsters for you.

Also, royal decree usually prevents burn decks, but usually the burn deck consists of spell cards and the monster which makes all life points gained turn into damage. I believe. So there's a work-around.
#228 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
My favorites decks are Agent, ghostrick and gusto.
Well I have to go take care
#222 - I would show you another picture but my duels are not as majes…  [+] (4 replies) 03/02/2014 on Most of these are fact-checked 0
#226 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
Aaaw, thanks.

Like I said, I enjoy making my oponnent surrender, or win the battle by making myself incredibly overpowered over time.

Like exodia decks. I can spend my entire turn simply just drawing. I've lost way too many battles because I forgot to end my turn since I just kept drawing cards. Usually when I pull my best exodia deck, just sitting there, watching me draw.. It usually makes them surrender. Feels great.

I've also got a needle worm deck. Basically, it's all about making my oponnent discard their entire deck or draw their entire deck so they lose by a deck-out. Risky, but hilarious.
(I got an even more risky deck that includes Inferno Tempest. If I get the combo from the start, you'll lose all your monsters right away and then you're forced to be able to do pretty much nothing with only trap and spellcards in your deck.)
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#227 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
Yeah i have faced a couple of deck out decks, with AD changer, needle and morphing jar
And of course burn decks they are the biggets reason why I started using decree
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#230 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
My inferno tempest deck is a burn deck, pretty much.
What I do is summon lava golem on your side and if you attack me with it as I have inferno tempest. Boom. No more monsters for you.

Also, royal decree usually prevents burn decks, but usually the burn deck consists of spell cards and the monster which makes all life points gained turn into damage. I believe. So there's a work-around.
#228 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
My favorites decks are Agent, ghostrick and gusto.
Well I have to go take care
#211 - *.* a Fairy deck player, now I like you even more  [+] (6 replies) 03/02/2014 on Most of these are fact-checked 0
#213 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
It's a nice deck, really.

It just doesn't have shit on flintlock.

Look at this. Fucking look at it!
#222 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
I would show you another picture but my duels are not as majestics as yours
#226 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
Aaaw, thanks.

Like I said, I enjoy making my oponnent surrender, or win the battle by making myself incredibly overpowered over time.

Like exodia decks. I can spend my entire turn simply just drawing. I've lost way too many battles because I forgot to end my turn since I just kept drawing cards. Usually when I pull my best exodia deck, just sitting there, watching me draw.. It usually makes them surrender. Feels great.

I've also got a needle worm deck. Basically, it's all about making my oponnent discard their entire deck or draw their entire deck so they lose by a deck-out. Risky, but hilarious.
(I got an even more risky deck that includes Inferno Tempest. If I get the combo from the start, you'll lose all your monsters right away and then you're forced to be able to do pretty much nothing with only trap and spellcards in your deck.)
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#227 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
Yeah i have faced a couple of deck out decks, with AD changer, needle and morphing jar
And of course burn decks they are the biggets reason why I started using decree
User avatar
#230 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
My inferno tempest deck is a burn deck, pretty much.
What I do is summon lava golem on your side and if you attack me with it as I have inferno tempest. Boom. No more monsters for you.

Also, royal decree usually prevents burn decks, but usually the burn deck consists of spell cards and the monster which makes all life points gained turn into damage. I believe. So there's a work-around.
#228 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
My favorites decks are Agent, ghostrick and gusto.
Well I have to go take care
#208 - You are indeed correct but like I say I run decree in my deck …  [+] (8 replies) 03/02/2014 on Most of these are fact-checked 0
#209 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
Yeah, usually. However, a good amount use the typical spell cards as mentioned above too. Maybe not as much, but definitely often.

I myself, prefer to make the battle go my way, forcing the opponent to surrender.
#211 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
*.* a Fairy deck player, now I like you even more
#213 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
It's a nice deck, really.

It just doesn't have shit on flintlock.

Look at this. Fucking look at it!
#222 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
I would show you another picture but my duels are not as majestics as yours
#226 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
Aaaw, thanks.

Like I said, I enjoy making my oponnent surrender, or win the battle by making myself incredibly overpowered over time.

Like exodia decks. I can spend my entire turn simply just drawing. I've lost way too many battles because I forgot to end my turn since I just kept drawing cards. Usually when I pull my best exodia deck, just sitting there, watching me draw.. It usually makes them surrender. Feels great.

I've also got a needle worm deck. Basically, it's all about making my oponnent discard their entire deck or draw their entire deck so they lose by a deck-out. Risky, but hilarious.
(I got an even more risky deck that includes Inferno Tempest. If I get the combo from the start, you'll lose all your monsters right away and then you're forced to be able to do pretty much nothing with only trap and spellcards in your deck.)
User avatar
#227 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
Yeah i have faced a couple of deck out decks, with AD changer, needle and morphing jar
And of course burn decks they are the biggets reason why I started using decree
User avatar
#230 - tylosaurus (03/02/2014) [-]
My inferno tempest deck is a burn deck, pretty much.
What I do is summon lava golem on your side and if you attack me with it as I have inferno tempest. Boom. No more monsters for you.

Also, royal decree usually prevents burn decks, but usually the burn deck consists of spell cards and the monster which makes all life points gained turn into damage. I believe. So there's a work-around.
#228 - moketu (03/02/2014) [-]
My favorites decks are Agent, ghostrick and gusto.
Well I have to go take care