Xuande wrote:But don't use Give Up against Primclone because people get upset when you do that. They want to savor their auto-wins.
Romdeau wrote:Couldn't find a better place to put this, but I observe a lot of players are asking for advice as to how to best spend their gran still...and this is what I have to say in a short paragraph about it.
Who buys what is a really personal decision from my experience, it depends on a few factors:
1. How committed are you to this game-are you in it for the long haul or are you just kinda here for the ride until you get bored.
2. Are you willing to spend money? If so, what kinda budget do you have in mind?
3. What cards do you have? What do you enjoy playing the most?
4. Where can you get the most enjoyment from your buck?
The EX cards are ridiculously overpriced but have some cool abilities, so I've decided to spend free gran on them because right now I have almost all the 3 stars and lower-it's just silly to chase after the 4 and 5 stars IMO.
Demongod wrote:And of course, all the starters don't have all the cards necessary to deal with every single threat in the book out there. Hence those that pay big bucks or play for a long time or whichever get access to cards whose counters are less likely to appear among the majority of players.
Demongod wrote:Yes, the nuances of different matchups matter, but overall, they're just that--nuances. If someone uses a card that hoses your entire deck, you're not going to "outplay" that. You're going to have to deal with that one card. And in some cases, there is a very thin set of cards that counter said card or said strategy. If you have it and you can use it correctly, you win. If you don't have it, however, you lose horribly.
ShoGunnRyu wrote:how to play
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