RaySphere6534
2015-08-06T18:32:39Z
I can help with that. In fact, I can send you all the decks from the video games once I have them made.
slewdry
2015-08-06T19:13:16Z
Originally Posted by: YuGiOh053 

Does anyone have a complete archive of decks from the Tag Force, Decade Duels, Millennium Duels, etc. games?

http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Yu-Gi-Oh !_Millennium_Duels_characters

I did find some here, but they're either incomplete or inaccurate and have Anime-exclusive cards.

Also, does anyone know if there's a way to convert the deck recipes found on Wikia to ydk YGOPRO format?
"Deck"
"Red Dragon (Normal Mode)"
"Monsters [show]"
"Spells [show]"
"Traps [show]"
"Extra Deck [show]"
"Side Deck [show]"

http://yugioh.wikia.com/...s_%28Millennium_Duels%29 

Good bye.



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YuGiOh053
2015-08-06T20:11:44Z
Originally Posted by: RaySphere6534 

I can help with that. In fact, I can send you all the decks from the video games once I have them made.



Are you sure? That's going to take a long time.

I was contemplating doing it, but it's too time-consuming. Hopefully, there is a faster method, but if you do have a faster way to make them, then it will really be helpful for the community. It will be helpful because there are already all Starter and Structure Decks, the Championship Decks, and numerous user-defined Anime Character Decks available for download here. The only missing decks are the video game decks.
Bee Ba
2015-08-06T20:33:04Z
MLD most likely already has all of them made as he is the one who put it on wikia. Just send him a pm. He doesn't have internet except on weekends so he won't read this message. There are so many different video games though. Kudos to the guy who spends time making all of the one by one. There is also Kaiza's thread. In a way, video game decks are really character decks, so maybe Kaiza can do it. Having decks from all video games is not necessary though. Only the latest recipes for each character in the latest video game by Konami is good enough - Tag Force Special or Legacy of the Duelist.
YuGiOh053
2015-08-06T20:44:22Z
Originally Posted by: Bee Ba 

MLD most likely already has all of them made as he is the one who put it on wikia. Just send him a pm. He doesn't have internet except on weekends so he won't read this message. There are so many different video games though. Kudos to the guy who spends time making all of the one by one. There is also Kaiza's thread. In a way, video game decks are really character decks, so maybe Kaiza can do it. Having decks from all video games is not necessary though. Only the latest recipes for each character in the latest video game by Konami is good enough - Tag Force Special or Legacy of the Duelist.



I saw his thread here in the Decks section and his GitHub. I appreciate his time and effort in making all those recipes, but unfortunately the majority of them are badly sorted/named and he doesn't have all of them there. I also can't tell to which video games they belong, and some of them look customized and not true to the video games. It would also be helpful if they had a prefix, like "DD" for Decade Duels, "MD" for Millennium Duels, and "TFS" for Tag Force Special.

I was planning on making the missing ones myself, but I don't have the time. I was hoping for an automatic way to convert them, like a "Wikia deck recipe to YDK converter", where it takes the information on the Wikia page and converts the card names to card IDs in .YDK files.

But I doubt something like that exists.
Bee Ba
2015-08-06T20:56:17Z
Nope, we only have ydk to text converter but not the reverse. There are three ydk to text converters:

http://ygopro.it/web/mod...me=ygopro-deck-converter  (everyone uses this one and is the oldest)
http://ygopro.us/ydkToList.html  (For some reason, Salvation wanted to make their own but is same thing as above)
http://en.file-upload.ne...282734/ydk-tool.rar.html  (Another guy unware of the ygopro.it one made it again..)