Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Logress » Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:11 pm

I have a 2 lawt 4 Falkow that works very well. Anyway, I changed the text on the main page to make it clear that you can use one or the other. Sorry for the confusion.
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby teasel » Thu Sep 25, 2008 9:12 pm

ok i made one for ignition (dare to say it's not that hard how to pull ignition in a decent manner...) throwed out a general idea for rapidshot but since i can't test it (beside i think i kinda went off road with that) i'm going to send you only the ignition one
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Logress » Thu Sep 25, 2008 10:51 pm

It's not hard to pull off Ignition, but you have to do it in a way that switching it out for Magic Weapon won't improve the deck...
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Phades » Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:44 am

Xovian wrote:You can tell who hasnt played dual sphere before.
There is an effective way to do so, SS can be quite varied with it, but there are several ways to do that type of file.
Well it is also easier to tell who doesn't have virtually all the cards as well. :p
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Xovian » Fri Sep 26, 2008 1:12 pm

Phades wrote: Well it is also easier to tell who doesn't have virtually all the cards as well. :p

But i do have all the cards :P
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Phades » Fri Sep 26, 2008 2:03 pm

Which is why you are the only one who publicly announced a submission that conforms to actually running a deck with the cards involved within the "challenge" initially.

The "best" i can do, is only theory craft over roughly the first 16 turns while working the math for cost vs gain and estimate expendatures while attempting to balance the overal picture for endgame LP against the total unit types presented and anticipated sacrifices yeilded to use properly timed soul skills. This is mainly due to the simple and painfully obvious fact that i don't have the cards required to feasibly pull it off.
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Azul » Sat Sep 27, 2008 3:33 am

I've sent in my entry. Which actually contains one more file than it should, because I decided to go with another idea halfway through.

I'm looking forward to seeing more of these challenges. Though I probably won't win any. >_>
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Logress » Mon Sep 29, 2008 11:39 am

Okay, I've seen a ton of great submissions so far, but there is one little bit of confusion some people have been having who aren't able to actually try out the cards themselves.
Ignition (and correct me if I'm wrong), targets a creature, and that creature's bonus to AT is equal to IT'S OWN Max HP. A few guys have already gave great decks that unfortunately hinged on getting an AT bonus equal to some other unit's HP. Now you understand why I split the challenge up into Ignition decks and RMA decks separately, they actually don't work too well together thanks to RMA's low HP.
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby Phades » Mon Sep 29, 2008 1:53 pm

The card should be reworded then to reflect that there is only one target of the spell and it is the one with attributes being adjusted. The way it is currently worded makes it seem more like a defau style card targeting one card, but giving a bonus/penalty to another. Even so, there are still work arounds for that.
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Re: Challenge of the Fortnight 1 September 25 2008

Postby SadistOkita » Sat Oct 04, 2008 2:34 am

Xovian wrote:
Phades wrote: Well it is also easier to tell who doesn't have virtually all the cards as well. :p

But i do have all the cards :P

thx to the tournament everyone should be able to test their strategy easier, right? :P
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