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General Discussion / Re: Weekly Featured Cards poll - Darkness
« on: March 29, 2011, 11:22:38 am »
Vampire Stiletto is one of my favorite weapon cards. Decent damage and healing, for a measly 2/3(?) darkness quanta. Granted, it's healing capacity is shield dependent, but I'd not turn in it down.

General Discussion / Re: Weekly Featured Cards poll - Light
« on: March 05, 2011, 05:59:41 pm »
I don't get this. How can no one, aside from me, vote for the single best weapon, in my opinion, weapon? It's absolute damage, and seven of it. All the other weapons are nice, but they're prone to PC. MG just says no to every other weapon's flaw. C'mon people. D:

Crusader decks are yawn. --; So, poo on the rest of ya'. 

Life / Re: Mitosis
« on: February 10, 2011, 02:44:46 am »
I'd be happy with this. It'd act as some sort of deterrent from mindless creature spamming with both cards that keeps me out of pvp on most days.

Buff This Card! / Re: Fate Egg | Elite Fate Egg
« on: February 09, 2011, 02:58:11 pm »
I wouldn't mind it being able to turn into a flying weapon just for the hell of it. Not like it needs to make sense. However, if you want to have it have a potential status buff on it, I think there should be a chance for it to come into play with a negative effect on it as well, such as poison, gravity pull or Lobo'd, not so much bb.

Aside from that possibility, I like the buff of the creature that it hatches gaining one/one. It would make it far more useful. for four time quanta, I want a creature that's going to be able to do at least a damage, and stay on the field more than a turn. [ Devourer, spark respectively. ]

General Discussion / Re: Weekly Featured Cards poll - BONUS
« on: February 09, 2011, 02:12:10 pm »
It's about time the nymphs I love so much get a chance to shine. I've yet to see one win, my life nymph being beaten out by Leaf Dragon.|| Last time I looked anyways, I haven't been around much. ||

Go Nymphs.

General Discussion / Re: Weekly Featured Cards poll - Life
« on: January 28, 2011, 01:39:55 pm »
It's sad that the Rustler is beating what I consider to be one of the best nymphs in the game. Go Life Nymph. D:

Series / Re: Gem Series
« on: January 24, 2011, 12:52:38 pm »
I don't feel like a rainbow stone is really required. There's no reason to make those decks more wanted, when they've lacked so much creativity lately. Boring~.

Though, about the stones, I like all of them, with the exception of maybe being death. N Attack based on skeletons isn't very safe, considering an RoF can wipe the field clean. I don't know. Life's stone is awesome. Aether's and Fire's are pretty simple but good cards as well. My only complaint would be with the light one. If it can't be targeted, so that it can't be buffed or anything, I don't think that it should have any attack. If it does, it can just die right away against a fire shield, or just as fast against a thorn carapace.

Time / Re: Ghost of the Past
« on: January 24, 2011, 12:36:29 pm »
You don't even have to pay attention to the skill, and allow it to function as a bonus when the damage rolls around. It's a strong middle hitter, though a bit expensive.[ Still feel like it should be six, not seven. ]  Plus, Anubis is more expensive, and he has to be in a duo deck to even function at full capacity. If your opponent has a mindgate, this card can always help out a bit while maintaining a mono-deck's integrity. Yes, it's situational, but you can't do much about it. Minotaur's given ability was going to be overpowered to a ridiculous fault, so they had to rework it somehow. I feel it's better than Anubis.

Time / Re: Ghost of the Past
« on: January 24, 2011, 12:17:55 pm »
As much of a disdain I have for time, it's hard not to get excited over this card. I feel it should cost one less, but whatever. The artwork looks superb, as everyone has said before. And although the ability isn't super impressive, it's still new and a good reworking of the Minotaur's ability. Not fractal abusable, thank god, and as people have said, a decent nightmare target.

Life / Re: Mitosis
« on: January 21, 2011, 01:01:27 am »
Meh, As Zblader said, the additional two quanta would help balance it some. I'd still prefer a turn delay between the uses of Mitosis, if it were possible. I still have a strong feeling that I'm going to be annoyed by this card a lot when it gets implemented to the game, just like Silence. Not used a whole hell of a lot, but enough to aggravate the opponent.

Also, Hi again, Z.
And Uncle J's awesome from being just a jellyfish.

( Off topic here too. I know I saw it somewhere, but I'm too lazy too look for it again. How many posts is it before you can pick predetermined profile pictures and so on? )

Introduce Yourself / I like trends.
« on: January 21, 2011, 12:23:04 am »
Hello, everyone. First of all, I'd like to mention that'd it's probably in your best interest not to pay attention to my name, seeing as I don't even remember what provoked me into keeping it. Aside from that, I'm a pretty amicable person. I'm usually over on Kongregate, room number one, if you want to talk to me face to face. Don't come to me for asking for decks, because I'll more than likely laugh in your face. I will give you advice on Your deck, however. I don't know what else to say.

I liek entropy bestest.
B'bye now.

Life / Re: Mitosis
« on: January 20, 2011, 02:56:48 pm »
That's a plausibility, but it doesn't really make it any less overpowered in my opinion. I mean, Artic squid, Pharoah and the Weapons are supposedly rare, but people will just put up farms for it, like they did for the rest, negating Mitosis' rareness, if it were to be implemented as a supposed rare. Maybe I'm a little too biased against it. Ah well.

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