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TsuyoiOtoko  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 08, 2020 5:54:02 AM(UTC)
TsuyoiOtoko

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Right now we have easy ways to make decks and what not which is cool but I have an idea for something called "Deck Stubs", where you can make a deck stub, a tag that will later invoke the stub which will copy over the cards into the deck you want. For example, in the deck construction area there will be a button called deck stub which leads to you being able to assign cards to "engine tags", and these stubs can be in ydk format or whatever other format(details aren't that important), but then let's say a Wind Witch deck but you have a 15 card engine that works pretty well. Instead of having to constantly add those 15 cards what you could do is just go:

1. Create a new deck and call it "Windwitch X" where x is the specific deck type you are making.
2. Open up Saved Tags button, and because you named the tags earlier you know whawt cards are contained within them. So for example, let's say you named your deck stub 'windwitchPackage', and by doing this it will simply load the cards into the new decck you want.

This may seem not SO necessary for the main deck, but it's actually a good idea when it comes to the Extra Deck. How many times have people built a new Zombie Deck only to realize that they run the same 8 - 10 cards in their Extra Deck. In this way, you'd be just two button clicks away: "Hit the deck stub button" and then scroll down to your named tag, e.g.: "Zombie Extra Deck Stub 1" and then it copies over the cards into the extra deck.

There could be another toggle feature that controls if it will be placed in the side deck or main deck for those sorts of cards too.

In summary, the engine tag list could look just like the deck selector list, and you click on the engine tag you want and it will load it. This would be especially good for people who forget about what good extra deck cards go together

Well, what do you think?


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