Originally Posted by allanime01
Xiaolin Showdown taught me to only call a Shen Yi Bu Dare if you're certain the conditions are optimal and your Shen Gong Wu are compatible.
Fullmetal Alchemist taught me that just because a skill is the highest doesn't mean that's the battle to initiate
The original DBZ card game taught me to find balance between the cheap physical attacks and the powerful but costly energy ones when building a deck
And lastly Zatch Bell taught me that even when your deck is perfectly built and settled on perfect conditioning, things won't always go your way.
Dude! another FMA player. Nice! do you have the ds game? I would love to play online with somebody in this game lol.
Been playing Naruto since set 1. Learned that OP cards make the format. Zabuza/Kakashi ES? Freedori anybody?
From MTG, I learned when to be aggressive and to never assume, but always be aware.
From Yugioh, I learned that yugioh sucks and that rush always wins. Frogs FTK made me quit the game completely.
From InuYasha TCG, I learned that a deck should be built around a common theme and everything you put in the deck should drive you towards your win condition.
From FMA, I learned that tutors are good but minusing the tutor is not always the best option.