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Speed Burn *WINNER DECK*
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****THIS DECK HAS WON THE GERMAN DUEL MASTERS CHAMPIONSSHIPS 2011 NO JOKE!!!!!***

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kazeblack
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Subject:    Posted: August 12, 2011 03:49 am

to chinos vote:

unfortunately you live in poland.if you live in a foreign country,you must be invited to the tournament by the stafff who organizes the championsship.

and it is complicated to get you here,if people from all over the world come here we don't know where they all can stay and sleep and so on.

so the number of people who come from foreign country is restricted,this year it went great with the finnish guys we have invited.if you really want to come next year you have to tell ME NOW, because this year i will plan the tournaments as the current champion and i MUST start planning now because i have to organize a location and so on.

i only can take 3 people from foreign countries , and i think the finnish guys want to come again so it can be very difficult for you.
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Subject:    Posted: August 12, 2011 03:03 pm

Say, have you ever considered Max, Crimson Blade Lord or Huckle Kirin Sawyer, Jungle Governor?
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Subject: Speed Burn *WINNER DECK*   Posted: August 13, 2011 07:45 am

Kaze, look at Grudged by Qbius and draw conclusions
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Subject:    Posted: August 13, 2011 01:38 pm


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Kaze, look at Grudged by Qbius and draw conclusions

What? The only similarity between the two decks is that they're rush decks that use Nature. Otherwise, they're totally different.
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Subject:    Posted: August 14, 2011 11:30 am

Hm, Grudged is a completely difference concept, more of a deck that have creatures pumped into battle zone each turn over and over. I like this deck, very simple bashful rush. Though comparing this and mono water rush or water/fire origin rush, green/dark rush (grave = draw for them), there is still a problem with draw. Though no flashy combos=win in this case. Ever a problem with discards though?

And I guess shield trigger can be a huge nuisance...try to get a taste of Aegis though...can take out chunks of your creature due to race over lap.

P.S. congratulations, and you do have a poetic sense
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Subject:    Posted: August 14, 2011 12:45 pm

I won't change this deck, because i will never play it again on a tournament i think.

I won the german championships with Speed Burn, with exactly these cards in it.SO PLEASE DON'T FORGET THAT IT IS A REAL DECK.i don't put cards in it i don't have.

Real decks are different from dream decks.you must look at your collection and see what cards you have and build a deck from them.You can't add 4 Huckle if you have don't them at home.You must think what strategies you can use with the cards you have.

that's the reason why i only play REAL decks and no overpowerd online stuff with 4 genji xx and so on. I want to check how good my decks are to see their strength and their weaknesses.Comparing to most of you i'm a real tournament player who doesn't play the game just for fun, of course fun is must always be part of a duel but for me each duel is a serious game to test my own for the big coming events in germany.

As german champion, i must keep myself on top of the german duelist league so i still receive the respect as a champ by the kids.

best example for the difference real-dream is my Gallows Gaial II . Online you maybe don't fear such kind of deck, but just think you are in a real duel and you don't have any japanese cards like most players.then your opponent comes and throws gaial king dragon and gallows devil dragon on ya head.what will you think?what will you do?
you'll think "oh god" and you can do nothing than the holding cards in ya hand, thats it.^^
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Subject:    Posted: August 15, 2011 11:22 am


quote from kazeblack:

I won't change this deck, because i will never play it again on a tournament i think.

I won the german championships with Speed Burn, with exactly these cards in it.SO PLEASE DON'T FORGET THAT IT IS A REAL DECK.i don't put cards in it i don't have.

Just because you can't be bothered to change your real-life decks doesn't mean you can't change the contents of your online decks. If you really, really want to keep this tournament deck list online, then make another version of Speed Burn online.


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Real decks are different from dream decks.you must look at your collection and see what cards you have and build a deck from them.You can't add 4 Huckle if you have don't them at home.You must think what strategies you can use with the cards you have.

Actually, the usual strategy for people who lack a certain card and want to enter an IRL tournament is to buy that card, not restrict themselves to the cards they have.


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that's the reason why i only play REAL decks and no overpowerd online stuff with 4 genji xx and so on. I want to check how good my decks are to see their strength and their weaknesses.

I want to check how good my online decks are to see their strengths and weaknesses. So...what's the difference?

Also, nobody around here really plays overpowered strategies. There are the people that follow the banlist and use non-overpowered strategies, and there are those who don't follow the banlist but are usually noobs who can't build good decks.


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Comparing to most of you i'm a real tournament player who doesn't play the game just for fun, of course fun is must always be part of a duel but for me each duel is a serious game to test my own for the big coming events in germany.

As german champion, i must keep myself on top of the german duelist league so i still receive the respect as a champ by the kids.

best example for the difference real-dream is my Gallows Gaial II . Online you maybe don't fear such kind of deck, but just think you are in a real duel and you don't have any japanese cards like most players.then your opponent comes and throws gaial king dragon and gallows devil dragon on ya head.what will you think?what will you do?
you'll think "oh god" and you can do nothing than the holding cards in ya hand, thats it.^^

And why should I limit myself to my IRL card pool? Unlike you, most of us don't go to DM tournaments.
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Subject:    Posted: August 16, 2011 09:38 am

buying cards:
i only buy the cards i REALLY need badly, importing single cards of lower rarity grades from japan is too expensive.i must live from the money i earn, my parents never help me. in addition to this importing takes a lot of time and yoiu get a lot of problems if your items get lost.

speed burn dream:
unfortunately i don't have the time to build dream decks in general.i must work and go to school and improve my real decks as good as i can and in my free time i go to tournaments for playing or as a referee.
i'm very strict to myself and i don't want to get deeper in strategies i can't built from my cards, i fear that i would loose my "status" as real-tournament player.

to the banlist thing.
with the release of dmr-01, we got a hybrid list in germany which is a bit different from the japanese list.and genji xx is on the "watch list" at the moment because it is very strong.too strong, some refs think.

real life and online players got a different opinion in many points, but in the end we are all the same: we want to keep the game alive ;-)

so let's stop arguing at this point blitzer, it doesn't make any sense if we throw counter comments on our heads.
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Subject:    Posted: August 17, 2011 11:59 pm

Very well, I'll stop, but I just need to say one thing:


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i'm very strict to myself and i don't want to get deeper in strategies i can't built from my cards, i fear that i would loose my "status" as real-tournament player.

That's ridiculous.
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Subject:    Posted: August 18, 2011 12:18 pm

maybe you think it's ridiculous, it's your opinion and it's ok.

if you would be a real-life tournament player you would think a little bit different i'm sure ;-)

however, you all know that i'm a bit different from most of you cause i play real tournaments and in addition to that i'm girl (we think different than guys that's normal, i don't know if that's a general fact but in germany it is haha :-) ).
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