• Newman911

    dont want to lose it

    4vj 4vj 4vj 4vj 4vj 4vj 55q 55q 55q 590 590 5c2 5f6 5f9 5f9 5f9 5f9 5fa 5fa 5fa 5fa 5fa 5fa 5ia 5l9 5l9 5ld 5ld 61p 61p 621 6rn 80h

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  • AqlBeast

    The Devil Deck (Anti GOD)

    October 29, 2009 by AqlBeast

    It is hard to defeat all the False Gods with one same deck, but I am able to defeat all the False God with just my Devil Deck at least once. With the exception of Scorpio and Hermes (won only one third of the time), it is highly possible to defeat all the other False Gods at high winning percentage with a well strategized deck. It is in this respect that 40 cards is the optimun number of cards for this deck of mine---The Devil Deck:


    5 X Sundial

    13 X Quantum Tower

    3 X Supernova

    1 X Maxwell's Demon

    2 X Elite Otyugh

    1 X Fire Storm

    2 X Fallen Druid

    2 X Elite Queen

    2 X Ulitharid

    1 X Bone Wall

    1 X Gravity Shield

    1 X Poseidon

    1 X Feral Bond

    1 X Improved Miracle

    1 X Electrum Hourglass

    3 X Improved Steal

    (A screenshot of The Devil Deck is provided at th…

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  • Tlk742

    An Aether deck is unique from any other in that unlike the rest of the decks which most likely have to be conscious of an opponent an Aether deck works as an isolationist, disregarding the opponent. This isn't true for every aether deck out there, but the most commonly employed strategy employed by Aether users is the Phase Dragon Parrallel Universe strategy. It works effectively, but the opponent has to be equiped with a lot a creature attacking spell cards in hopes of winning. This being said, the Aether deck does not respond to what the opponent plays, it merely just works as an individual machine. I may be mistaken, but I believe it is the most commonly employed strategy.

    Now take any form of public transportation. Many years back …

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