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(stardust) hunter's Test Results

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(stardust) hunter's Test Results

Post by Ciphermask on Wed Apr 02, 2014 9:43 pm

Match Results
Ciphermask vs (stardust) hunter
Gimmick Puppet vs. Bujin
Result of the Duel: Tester 0/2 - Testee 2/0
Winner: Testee

Deck Rating Total: 24/30
Main Deck Structure: 7/10

Main Deck Synergy: 4/5

Side Deck: 9/10 -
The side deck is built sufficiently well and does as it is meant to. It possesses several counter measures that could prove useful.

Extra Deck: 4/5 -
Not bad, but it could use some more utility players. My advice would be an Amaterasu and/or a FF Tiger King.

Notes on Deck:
Deck was extremely typical of a Bujin deck. It sat at 42 cards, which I find odd when considering the addition of two Pot of Duality, which is for thinning the deck. The Bujingi Centipede seems unnecessary when there are 3 MSTs included in the main deck, doubly so when you take notice to the several other S/T protection cards. I can't knock on it too much, but some things could be removed to help consistency a little.

Match Performance Total: 23/30

Use of Cards: 9/10

Concentration: 8/10

Control of the Duel: 3/5
Held fair control, but there was a period where it seemed like what happened depended entirely on what was drawn.

Siding Skills: 3/5
Didn't seem to need it, but no proof was provided of siding, so I have to knock off for that.

Ruling Test Score: 1/10

Notes on Performance:
The testee played in a satisfactory manor and showed a fairly good use of their resources. They played a bit quickly occasionally, which could affect some less experienced players, but I can't knock for that. The testee used a Quilin on a Machina Fortress, which ended up costing them a Yamato. They also had a tendency to charge into backrow, believing that their grave defense cards would be enough to protect them, which got a Mikazuchi and Yamato banished after their defense was baited out. By no means are they a bad player, but all I saw was a fairly typical play style, which can be a bad thing at times.

Final Score: 48/70
0-39 places you in Sphere Blue
40-59 places you in Prism Green
60-70 places you in Disigma Red.
To get Omega Purple, one must first achieve Disigma Red with at least a 67/70. Then he/she must contact a staff for the special Omega challenge. This is extremely difficult to accomplish; very few may even get the opportunity to try for Omega.

Welcome to Prism Green
You did well and I think you can definitely do well. I find it hard to test people using certain decks that have little variety, but I feel as though I gauged you well. I could see your style in the duel and I think you could benefit from looking into more aggressive options.

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