The Vanilla Builds Thread

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The Vanilla Builds Thread

Post by The Stranger » Thu May 30, 2013 6:34 pm

If you made an archetype, please post what is, by your design, a typical way of building that archetype. No fancy techs, no modifications based on playstyle, just a typical build.
It needs to be a full, 40 card deck and not just a skeleton.
We need them for testing purposes, as well as for reference if anyone is confused as to how the deck should be structured.
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Re: The Vanilla Builds Thread

Post by Lord dragon » Fri May 31, 2013 7:50 pm

For fancy brand new archetypes how can there possibly be a fancy tech? For that matter, is it even possible to avoid modifications based on play-style if your the first person to build a deck for a archetype?
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Re: The Vanilla Builds Thread

Post by The Stranger » Fri May 31, 2013 8:04 pm

Lord dragon wrote:For fancy brand new archetypes how can there possibly be a fancy tech? For that matter, is it even possible to avoid modifications based on play-style if your the first person to build a deck for a archetype?
You could theoretically tech things, although at this stage it would be difficult.
If you can't avoid making a deck based on your play-style, then your playstyle probably bled into the cards, so don't worry too much about it. What I mean by that would be something like Thunder King Rai-Oh in a gadget deck, because you like the stun enough that you're willing to sacrifice slowing yourself down. Or adding a lightsworn engine into a deck to try and speed it up.
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Post by Phazed » Fri May 31, 2013 8:41 pm

Are there enough staples to do so?
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Post by Lord dragon » Fri May 31, 2013 8:50 pm

Even if there are enough staples, would they make enough cards with the archetype to build a full 40 card deck?
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Post by The Stranger » Fri May 31, 2013 9:08 pm

Phazed wrote:Are there enough staples to do so?
That would be more under "for future reference."
Although I can personally say that there are a lot of different ways you can run my archetype, "awakened charmer" due to the way they interact with their field spells.
Lord dragon wrote:Even if there are enough staples, would they make enough cards with the archetype to build a full 40 card deck?
If there aren't, then the first set probably isn't going to be finalized and put to testing until there are, and either way you certainly wouldn't be able to post here yet, since there's very little reason anyone would be testing if the game is in a nearly physically unplayable state.
Although that is the reason you guys need to submit as many staples as possible. We need a ton of them.
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