Poll Question : rather have you own built deck ?
  • yes
     You already voted.

     yes

    77%
    14  Votes
  • no
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     no

    16%
    3  Votes
  • i just wanna win
     You already voted.

     i just wanna win

    5%
    1  Votes

Total: 18

Pharoah
2016-06-19T02:15:28Z
this confuses me , you know people don't build their own decks ? isn't what this is all about ?
why most people rather download ready to use decks ?? [:doh:]
vote in the pole what you rather have ? your own or not ?!
Michael Lawrence Dee
2016-06-19T13:44:09Z
Originally Posted by: Pharoah 

this confuses me , you know people don't build their own decks ? isn't what this is all about ?
why most people rather download ready to use decks ?? [:doh:]
vote in the pole what you rather have ? your own or not ?!



Some of the decks that are uploaded are already tested so people believe these can help them win more. And some people don't know how to create an effective deck. Some people obviously just want to win.

On my opinion, I want to download first, learn how to use it and modify it with unique strategies I could work with that Deck.
Now this is how I play:
Emiliavance
2016-06-19T14:23:55Z
I agree with MLD.

While netdecking usually gets the negative stigma of being "easy win shortcut" (And it usually is), it actually has more use than that like MLD said. When someone wants to learn a certain archetype/decktype, it's usually pretty confusing to startup. Downloading a premade Deck of said archetype can make it easier to learn the ropes without jumping too many hoops.

I remember the first time I learn advanced Synchro summoning, I used a Machina Karakuri Deck I found online. It's obsolete now due to the meta and banlist shift, but it was quite powerful back then XD

Although I do prefer building Deck from scratch, only using written guides or the wikia as guidelines.
Link is the new Synchro, because it changes the definition of "Classic" in Yu-Gi-Oh!
hexanort
2016-06-19T14:28:23Z
some people enjoy building their own deck while other enjoy competing with most consistent build, both are equally fine

i myself would rather build my own deck since i'm not really much of a competitive player and like to try many combination of combo even though they're not competitively effective, i will only look at other build if i really cant understand how a deck work after trying it myself (like cubics, they're confusing as hell), after understanding how it work i'll then make my own version of that deck
2016-06-19T17:13:16Z
I base my decks off of a couple of deck lists, with some of my personal favorite cards sprinkled in, like Jar of Avarice.
Pharoah
2016-06-20T05:56:16Z
thank you guys for the feedback
i find more enjoyment in building decks than playing nowadays, i think it's more important and more challenging to built a solid deck than win [:thumbu:]
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