Orochi Posted June 9, 2008 Report Share Posted June 9, 2008 i posted this on pojo, in tcgplayer has no brain to understand it, and now i think you could get the idea: [spoiler=check it out]please' date=' for your own good... stop making bad ban lists... first of all, to unban a card because you like it is not reason enough that we think the same and support you... second: semilimiting a card requires a lot of planning and thinking, things that you lack when it's about arguing the why... don't fool yourself... third: because broken card A interacts with average card B is not reason enough to keep card A unbanned and card B limited (yeah, i'm talking about disk commander and limit reverse) because a shotgun with 1 shot kills anyway, with 7 shots kills more, but the best solution to avoid killing is eliminating the shotgun... fourth: unban less broken card to control broken card is the worst idea ever!! sooner or later less broken card will eventually be working for broken card... capicce?? fifth: the 80% of the ban lists are copy/paste of another bad ban list posted by another member of the forun, with 1 or 2 cards more "just for the lulz"... fact: for the lulz means for the pity of being you a copy/paster... sixth: no one will ban a card because it kick your pinky, soft, chubby, pale @zz on tourneys... stick to the humiliation and learn from your mistakes, period seventh: remember the cost and conditions, if a card can remove your opponent's field, hand, deck, and grave and inflict 1000 life point damage for each removed card, at the cost of sending 40 monsters to the grave at least 1 of each type and attribute... guess it einstein, it does NOT deserve banning, DAD does because it's easier and faster... finally (and the most important): bad ban list becomes spam threads in no time, please avoid the spam... hope this simple tips make you feel more wiser, and it help to make a better game mechanics understanding... thanks =)[/quote'] discuss... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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