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1 Day Ago 12:38 PMRevise LibrarianHaha, yeah. But what I'm looking forward to the most are the new cards that the old characters would receive if they came back. Unfortunately, "if" is still the key word. xD
But wait, wouldn't you be unable to lose the match? I mean, you can't lose those prize cards if no Pokémon are dying. xDDD
I've been trying. xD But apparently, it's not as bad as I thought. According to my most recent test scores, PC made me way better at cramming for tests, lol.
1 Day Ago 08:33 AMSilhouetteHm... It'd be interesting to see how everyone reacts. I love when they do that in shows, which is probably why it makes great fanservice episodes lol.
It would be a stupid scenario haha. It's really risky to do that because of that exact reason.
Oh no! If your return to PC is screwing you over, you should focus less on PC!
4 Days Ago 03:45 PMRevise LibrarianSimply put, all three protagonists magically met each other and took down a common enemy, lol. In ARC-V, however, we're actually seeing some real plot buildup to link all of the series together. As much as I want certain old characters to come back, there are no guarantees at the moment.
Ah, okay. You said that if there were no basic Pokémon in your opening hand, you'd keep having to redraw until you get one, right? Well, what if you finally got one, but the rest of your basic Pokémon ended up as prize cards? That'd be a stupidly awkward scenario, haha.
Not bad, but I'm struggling to keep my grades up, haha. Not only are my classes significantly harder this semester, but my epic return to PC is screwing me over LOL. (I literally had straight A's last semester, and that was before I came back to PC. But right now, though, ehhhh. xD)
5 Days Ago 01:49 PMSilhouetteHm... I see what you mean. How did they do it in the fanservice episode?
I think the solution to that is drawing your hand and getting that settled, THEN you place prize cards. I could be wrong, but that would seem logical to me. But yes, that's actually a legitimate strategy to have just a handful of basic Pokemon in your deck so you are guaranteed to have one that you want in your opening. I stopped playing the TCG when I learned that it was possible XD.
Haha yeah! So how are things going on your end, anyway?
6 Days Ago 08:04 PMRevise LibrarianYep, though we're not exactly sure if the old characters are coming back yet. The locations of the past series have made explicit appearances, but it doesn't say how far in the future they are. =P
But what if you chose to have only six basic Pokémon? You wouldn't know if all six ended up as prize cards LOL. (But yeah, that would be a tournament-breaking scenario right there, haha.)
Ah, I getcha. But I totally agree about having more hours in the day. That alone would already make my mediocre life a million times better. xD
1 Week Ago 09:41 AMSilhouetteOhhh, I see. I think I remember the name ARC-V now that I think about it. But I'd actually be interested in watching this crossover :D
Nope, they're not face up. And the thing is, you can have more than 6 basic Pokemon in you deck. You just can let 6 of them get knocked out haha.
Yeah. The snow is stacking up several inches every day, and it takes a lot of time to snowblow my driveway XD It does sound trivial, and it kinda is. And don't worry about these things, I might have made them sound worse than they are. What would REALLY solve all my problems is having more hours in the day :l
1 Week Ago 10:21 PMRevise LibrarianYep, but it was more of fanservice than an actual plot-heavy movie. xD ARC-V, on the other hand, is literally trying to tie all five series together.
Aw, dang. That kinda sucks that it's random, lol. Are they face up? Because what if all six of your basic Pokémon turn out to be prize cards? xD
Wait, are you saying that nice weather will actually solve your problems? (lol) But anyways, that sounds pretty troublesome. Financial aid in itself already confuses me, but I honestly doubt that I could handle the rest of the things you're going through. And no problem, man.
1 Week Ago 11:48 AMSilhouetteOh I see. Didn't YGO have a crossover movie or special before as well with Yugi, Yusei, and Jayden? I feel like I read that on a wiki at one point haha.
Well, you don't usually put up the prize cards for ante, but they do come from your deck. So if your deck absolutely needs a certain card to win, you better hope it isn't in your prizes, or that you pick it up out of random first.
Been a little busy yeah, with family drama and trying to figure out financial aid/school situation. Working a full time job with over time doesn't help, but it will all settle once the weather turns nice. This winter has been pretty harsh, we've had more snow this season than usual. So that tends to hinder things a bit as well. I appreciate the concern :D
1 Week Ago 02:43 PMRevise LibrarianNah, but ARC-V might be the last one, since it seems to be leading up to a crossover between all four of the previous series. (As of right now, anyway.)
True, and it lasts for only half a semester, making it easier to fail via early screw-ups. =/
Just curious... do you actually "lose" the prize cards if you lose the duel? That being said, do they need to come from your deck, or is it any six cards of your choice?
Also, is everything going alright on your end? You seem to have been busy over the past week, so I'm just checking on ya, is all.
1 Week Ago 03:26 PMSilhouetteOmg I thought Zexal was the last sort of "series" in YGO this far @_@
Erm... I'm not really sure, but I'm also not too fond of the idea of summer courses. I took some at my community college and I absolutely hated them haha. Of course, this time around I'm starting to narrow down what I want to major in.
Yep. Prize Cards are the 'life points'. You start with six, (alternately 3 for a shorter game. Any number would work, really) and every time you knock out an opponent's Pokemon, you pick up a prize.
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