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Dommaster's Test Results

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Dommaster's Test Results

Post by Ciphermask on Sat May 10, 2014 1:40 am

Match Results
Ciphermask vs Dommaster
Evilswarm vs. Shadoll-Tellaknights
Result of the Duel: Tester won 2/0 - 0/10

Deck Rating Total: 25/45

Main Deck Structure: 8/15

Main Deck Synergy: 4/10

Side Deck: 6/10 -
The Forbidden Graveyard was an interesting tech that I can see having use as part of Shadolls, but the Tellaknights can't make good use of it. An extra Midrash in the side isn't a bad idea. Ally of Justice Cycle Reader may have a grave banish effect, but actual use of it can deter from the deck's main idea and could end up wasting space, my advice would be to add some more anti-meta, such as Overworked or System Down, but that's up to you.

Extra Deck: 7/10 -
The extra deck was fair, but we come back to the issue of synergy issues between the two halves of the deck, so the number of XYZ don't work too well.

Notes on Deck:
The deck has some good pieces from both of the archetypes it's made up of, but the issue is that those two archetypes contradict one another. Tellaknights are great for field spam and receive heavy support from being light and warrior. Shadolls on the other hand are more defensive and make use of setting and flip effects, so they are meant to be slower. The two ideals don't come together too well and the deck ends up flip-flopping around about how it wants to play.

Match Performance Total: 28/35

Use of Cards: 8/10

Concentration: 10/10

Control of the Duel: 6/10

Siding Skills: 4/5

Ruling Test Score: 8/10

Notes on Performance:
Testee performed well, but couldn't hold field presence for long because of the deck's lack of supporting its separate halves. Their high level summons were stopped by an Ophion and it ended up taking too long to get rid of it. Most of their resources got spent up and in the long term, the testee couldn't hang on. However, when the testee did have resources to use, they were fairly well spent, they were also quick to spot an intentional misplay and correct me, using proper logic and reasoning. Good instincts made for a good duel, but the deck took away from their ability to truly show off their skills.

Final Score: 61/100
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My advice is basically what you told me yourself, if you are going to test, use a deck you are sure about, rather than one you are still testing. You played well and made some good shots on me though, and that's all I ask for. Work on your deck synergy and you'll be golden.

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