CasualKilla
2013-03-26T17:45:38Z
Hi guys I have just stated playing this game today, been having alot of fun, but I'm getting pretty owned just using cards I remember from the anime.

I just got beaten by this "samari six" deck, I can see the cards on the replay, but it is quite tedious to recombile the deck myself, is there anyway to just get the deck file directly from the replay.

Thanks in advance!!
Smilly
2013-03-26T17:59:01Z
step1)pen
step2)paper
step3)????
step4)profit!

but six sam really? like really? really?

if you are getting into competitive yugioh the best start would be like monarchs
i can't think of a way to get them other than writing them down sry
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Dharc4000
2013-03-26T18:01:25Z
Originally Posted by: CasualKilla 

Hi guys I have just stated playing this game today, been having alot of fun, but I'm getting pretty owned just using cards I remember from the anime.

I just got beaten by this "samari six" deck, I can see the cards on the replay, but it is quite tedious to recombile the deck myself, is there anyway to just get the deck file directly from the replay.

Thanks in advance!!



Unfortunately there isnt, but 2 YGOPRO programs can be run at the same time, so you can look at the replay and make the deck at the same time
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CasualKilla
2013-03-26T18:05:22Z
Thanks guys, but seriously that is gonna take forever, this would be a nice feature though, am I right?
Smilly
2013-03-26T18:11:47Z
well not really i kinda like to keep my deck private when i use it cause when i beat someone with a relinquished/volcanic deck that won because you hit a relinquished with a face-down equipped monster and the last thing you see is 3 volcanic counters being removed and me laughing because you hit me with a monster that has 2000 or more attack and then you see the you lost sign i don't want them to know what the fuel for my madness is unless they want to put in some work but i don't mind it if they look to see what happened
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Dharc4000
2013-03-26T18:32:47Z
Originally Posted by: Smilly 

well not really i kinda like to keep my deck private when i use it cause when i beat someone with a relinquished/volcanic deck that won because you hit a relinquished with a face-down equipped monster and the last thing you see is 3 volcanic counters being removed and me laughing because you hit me with a monster that has 2000 or more attack and then you see the you lost sign i don't want them to know what the fuel for my madness is unless they want to put in some work but i don't mind it if they look to see what happened



If they save a replay they'l know whats in your deck anyway.
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a.x.l
2013-03-26T21:19:48Z
The basic mechanics in decks can be easily learned from replays or just memory.
No one can hide those things if they are gonna play the deck.

But what makes the decks work properly relies on the delicate choices on which and how many cards to put in.
Many decks can be built using a certain archtype or a certain theme, but there are shitty decks and better decks.
I think it's OK for the builder to keep the recipe secret if he wants to.
I'm against such feature that reveal decks to the public.

If you want to learn the game through looking at good decks, there are plenty of such resources online.
You can take a look at deck lists that topped tournaments, though not all such decks are suitable for learning this game.

As Smilley suggested, decks like Monarchs with which card counting is essential should help you more build up a solid foundation for understanding this game.
Percival18
2013-03-26T23:57:55Z
Someone already made a tool that extracts the decks used from a replay file.

-Download yrp2ydk.7z
-Extract the contents
-Run Dialog.exe
-Drag and drop a yrp file into die window
-Done!

http://pan.baidu.com/sha...499805&uk=2114808807 
a.x.l
2013-03-27T02:12:16Z
Hmmmmmmmmmm

I give up.

I'll just download the program myself. Thx Percy