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2nd Tokyo Championship (28th November)

Held on 28th November 2010
Participants: 66 Teams (198 Player)
zombie.master (guest) - 2010/12/01 04:14

it´s time of the six

It´s a cycle, first Konami overpower some decks and then it comes the useless banlist.

Unknown (guest) - 2010/12/02 08:12

Here we go again

I think theyl semi-limit pot of duality and ban dandylion

Yuginshin (guest) - 2010/12/02 21:58

bans...

POD is going no where... it is the only way slower or less consistently broken decks can keep up without it the problem is made worse.

Dandylion is fine at two. Remember it is infinitely searchable and can be used up to 5 times in a standard debris deck using only Dandylion and Debris not counting limit reverse, monster reborn, miracle fertilizer, and POA.

BRD at 1 could be used up to 4 times...

What I would love is Lonefire back to 3 lol never gonna happen anytime soon
aaa (guest) - 2010/12/04 04:47

POD is going to be milked for money..... the top tier don't use it anymore.. when the time comes.. they will semi or limit it.
yes dandy IS searchable... the more reason to limit it. konami wants you to buy more cards... not cling to an old and cheap one!
I wish konami would just make many tier-one deck's power balanced... not an overpowered one and others as extra.. It makes the game monotonous and boring for me. might as well quit before wasting anymore money.
Zero (guest) - 2010/12/04 18:43

more like limit lonefire because konami loves to hit searchers

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