Hey guys, I am Kyron Parsons, a business student at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee. I am trying my best to make become successful and try to beat America's economy. One of those ways is to get into the Video Game Industry.
I've been into gaming for about 13 years now and I remember every single game I have ever played. I really don't know how I got into gaming. My brother just handed me a joystick with Super Mario and I just kicked butt. I also used to stay by my cousin's house and lock her out of her room just so I could play Lion King and Sonic on the Sega Genesis. Then I had my own console (Playstation) and it all really started from there. Crash, Rayman, Syphon Filter, and more just excited me more and more. I have played on every console that has been released. From Nintendo NES to the Xbox 360 I have taken a swing at. I owned every Nintendo Handheld except the 3DS. I owned every Sony and Microsoft Systems. I just love games and my love for them just keeps growing.
Favorite games, Ah man. So much to name. Well, I enjoyed the Crash Bandicoot 2, Halo 2 and 3, Gears of War 2, Runescape,Pokemon series, Elder Scrolls series which I am in love with, Mirror's Edge, and Call of Duty are my most favorites. I still do play Halo: Reach, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and sometimes Runescape. If you want to play or just talk, just message me. I never run away from a good conversation. Looking forward to know every one here.
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Many amateur duelists have a bit of trouble getting their first deck started. A solid, and deadly card master makes it look effortless and you wish you can have a deck just as devastating as them. Well wish no more because now you can! With some simple tips and tricks and a deck structure provided to help you, you can rule in Yugioh 5D's: Decade Duels and also at Yugioh tournaments being held in your local area.
The First Tip is not to have a bunch of random cards in your deck. By just throwing cards in your deck because "you used them before so you're familiar with it" or "they look strong," isn't going to give you an advantage over another duelist's deck. Instead, create a deck that's specific. One deck I started off with was a Machine-based deck with spells and traps that boosted my machine type monsters. By having a one based deck, it makes your deck easier to handle and more effective because the cards can help another card gain a boost.
The Second Tip is very useful. It's been used since Yugioh came out but now, it's crucial to use in your deck now with all the mass variety of cards that has multiple card effects, Chain Linking. With the chain link strategy implemented in your deck, your deck is more lethal. You connect cards in an stream of links allowing you to cause some serious damage to your opponent's life points. Some cards are specialized to be used during chain linking. With the deck I am providing you will see how a Chain Deck will be used and why a Chain/Burn Deck will be the most useful in any duel.
Here's a deck that can make it all possible. The "x1,2,3" tells you how much are in the deck and the name of the card is on the right of it.
2x blast sphere
3x Des Koala
1x Sonic Bird
1x Spirit Reaper
2x Shield Wing
1x Gene-Warped Warwolf
1x Kuraz the Light Monarch
1x Raging Flame Sprite
10 Magic Cards
2x Chain Strike
1x Brain Control
1x Gold Sarcophagus
1x Heavy Storm
2x Poison of the Old Man
2x Tremendous Fire
10 Trap Cards
3x Dimensional Wall
2x Jar of Greed
2x Just Desserts
1x Magic Cylinder
2x Secret Barrel
The reason why it is exactly 40 cards in the deck because this is a Chain/Burn Deck. This deck is meant to end the match in less than 10 turns! This is the deck I choose most of the time and I have ended a match in just 3 turns about 5 times so far.
The monsters in this deck are designed to take nice chunks out of the opponent's life points. Blast Sphere, Des Koala, and Submarineroid allow you to take quick hits at your opponent's life points right at the start. Blast Sphere and Des Koala are Flip Effect monsters, so make sure you put them face down. Kelbek, Spirit Reaper, and Shield Wing are here to help stall your opponent from reaching your life points. These monsters cannot be destroyed by battle like others can. They can last as long as 2 turns up to until a trap card or card effect removes them from the field keeping your life points safe.
The magic cards in this deck are used to primarily for chain linking and taking your opponent's life points out quickly. Chain Strike, Poison of the Old Man, and Tremendous Fire are to do just that. Brain Control, Heavy Storm, and Scapegoat, stalls your opponent even more from reaching your life points quickly. Here's the chain linking trick. Chain Strike can only be used when a chain linking of 2 or higher is activated.
The trap cards plays the vital role in this deck. In order to cause maximum damage in a turn and cause your opponent to wet their pants, chain linking your traps with your chain strike magic cards. Dimensional Wall, Magic Cylinder, Secret Barrel, Jar of Greed, and Just Desserts, are all cards that can deal damage by themselves. Chain linking Chain Strike with a Dimensional Wall, Jar of Greed and then using Chain Strike will be a good hit on your opponent.
With this deck and getting to know it a bit more by utilizing it, this can potentially be the tool of destruction on and off the Xbox 360 Arcade game, Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's: Decade Duels.