Okay, we have a new strategy section which is tentatively called "Modifying Card Files." Thrilling, I know. If anyone has a better name, let 'er rip. In here I'll attempt to teach a basic or maybe advanced strategy by showing "before" and "after" screengrabs of a File and discussing how the changes made it stronger:http://www.alteil.com/index.php/strateg ... card-files
Simple right? Not only is this a good learning tool... with PICTURES which everyone loves (so you can get the idea without even reading my long-winded discussion), but the title of the article will include the basic file type, so a new user looking for ideas or trying to get the basics of deck building (or who just wants an idea of what a playable card file of X type looks like) can just go through articles and skim them, looking at card file after card file.
Unfortunately, it will only serve that purpose if there is LOTS of them, and now there is... well, one. Therefore, I'm putting a call out to anyone who would like to put one together. To submit, you'll need two screengrabs, (a before and after,) and some text. Look at my example article first. As you can see, I show a Gowen Rush file off, but I use it to discuss a basic point of File construction, LP. It's probably not too useful to show "how to make an awesome Wizard Kingdom deck more awesome" as the focus of your article, but maybe "balancing the number of level 1, 2, 3 and 4 units in your file" could be the point, and the example would be a Wizard Kingdom deck, which would become more awesome as a consequence. My example is also pretty basic, but a wide range of topics could be used.
If you send us an article (and at least 2 screengrabs), and we post it, you'll get 10 Point Cards, a credit on our site, and the knowledge you made Lavato a better place.
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