Artist wrote:lol I actually found this really funny. IMO it's not that lame, it's like the "perfect" counter to big decks is it not? Actually not really, a perfect counter would result in win, not draw. I'd like to see him try this against a gowen rush, I bet you it would not work out. Heck, if your 1st ss was any kind of a damage ss, it wouldn't have worked out either. IMO it's totally fair. There's no difference between this deck beating yours, and cyclone beating level 2 rushes. It's just like how Raste is totally anti-undead, and how spy is perfectly good vs slow decks, this guy's opening caught one of the few weak points of your file and attacked it hard.
The weakness in his deck is very apparent as well, one for example, level 2- cards at all could bypass this whole ordeal. Bring out some kurina, combat monk, highland born, I doubt his deck would even dent that.
Artist wrote:IDK about it being lame really. Compare it with chess for a moment.
Whatever, I'm not here to argue on opinions, just passing by to give my own. IMO this rival guy could've done better, draw is pretty weak, but it's better than a loss. I think rules are made first, and the people who are able to carry out what they desired while being within rule limits, they're perfectly fine. What I think is lame in Alteil is the fact that so many people use the same exact deck layout without much change, and win by doing that.
Xovian wrote:I'll clarify the question I'm asking here:
Is knowingly forcing a draw because it benefits a player RP, XP, FM wise, considered a valid play tactic, and one that should be encouraged and/or condoned.
Otonashi wrote:Besides, all of this could have been averted if you had made room for a single Dragon Breath. Maybe Sweeping Tidal Wave, even.
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