Bem basicamente só eu irei falar a bem dizer,mas pronto vai servir para quem tiver interessado em aprender e saber mais do jogo YU-GI-OH CARD GAME.
Quem quiser falar tá a vontade mas NADA DE SPAM PFF...Eu respondo a qualquer pergunta relacionada com o jogo.
Decidi criar este topico porque comecei finalmente a fazer tops em torneios locais : D e fiquei incentivado em partilhar o que aprendi e o quanto tou cativado por o jogo.
Quero desde já expor alguns pontos,fazendo um apanhado aqui da net ...
How and why to start playing yu-gi-oh:
1) So your child decided that he/she also wants to play yu-gi-oh and you don't know whether you should let him/her and if so, how to get him/her started.
Yu-gi-oh is a very structured game which demands time and skill. It takes a little time to learn the basics (about 30-60 minutes) but one is never done learning as there are always new cards and new rules. Yu-gi-oh game is VERY good for your analytical, logigal and mathmatical mind - I have yet to meet a child whose marks in school declined after playing yu-gi-oh. Where would you rather your child spends time ? In a safe and friendly environment with friends and understanding adults playing a game which trains his brain, or...(no, yu-gi-oh does not replace soccer, baseball or football *smile*).
2) For adults - you'd be surprised how challenging this game is. I've started playing because I was getting bored just waiting around for my son's tournament to be over - now we travel to major tournaments and have tons of fun and met many friendly people.
3) What to buy first ?! If you're new to the game, go out and buy a starterdeck. I'd suggest Yugi Starterdeck 2006 ($10) with DVD ($20) . You'll get a deck of 40 cards, a paper playmat, a rule/playbook and an isntructional DVD (if you buy the DVD version, obviously). Once you played a few games against a friendly opponent (who knows the rules, one would hope), and you decide to go further, buy a structure deck.
4) Structure decks are premade decks by Konami/UpperDeck. They follow one theme and consist of 40 cards each. I'd suggest either the Warrior or Spellcaster structuredeck as both of these contain cards that can well be used in future decks. (the decks cost between $10 and $15).
5) You played many games by now, you still like it and you want to continue ? It's time to find a store you like and trust. You can't always play with the same 2 or 3 people, it will get boring and you will not be challenged after a while. Find a gaming store in your area which hosts tournaments. Go there, talk to the owner and sign up. You will lose the first few times, badly ! Don't be discouraged. It wouldn't be a good game if you could win easily.
6) It's time to buy singles and packs. Packs are a great buy at pre-release tournaments, every 2 months or so. They're brandnew, nobody has them yet and they're great to play and trade with ! Plus it's great fun to open packs and find a great card ! BUT, it's hardly ever the most economical way. It's almost always cheaper (unless you're very lucky) to buy the single cards you need. There're over 2000 different cards out there, in many series. There's now only one ultra rare (most desirable from a collector's standpoint) card per box.......
7) When you trade (warning to parents !) make certain that it is a fair trade. Have an experienced older player comment whether it is a fair/good trade. All gaming stores I know allow trading !
E-Bay: E-bay is a great place to buy single cards. Make certain that you buy from an established seller with great feedback, and e-bay almost always is the cheapest place to buy single cards. Please read my other guide (how to buy yu-gi-oh cards on e-bay) to avoid the pitfalls which can appear on e-bay. The guide can be found here:http://reviews.ebay.com/How-to-buy-yu-gi-oh-cards-on-e-bay-and-how-NOT-to_W0QQugidZ10000000000074532
9) The internet has many great sites for yu-gi-oh players. I'm not allowed to add any outside links here, but with a bit of googling/yahooing you ought to find a few - otherwise just contact me.
Rarity of cards (doesn't equal playability):
Common (8 out of 9 cards)
Then 1 card per pack is either
Rare (silver writing of card name)
Super Rare (holographic picture, 1 in 6 packs)
Ultra Rare (holographic picture, gold writing of card name, 1 in 24 packs now, previously 1 in 12)
Ultimate rare (holographic picture, name and type indicator, 1 in 12 packs)
Secret rare (very shiny holographic, nice !, 1 in 24 packs)
Parallel rare (not available in packs, only at tournaments for participating players, shiny all over)
Ghost rare,gold rare and more...
Alguns pontos de vista meus sobre o jogo:
Bem não está aí nada de especial é apenas uma pequena entrada,achei e resolvi que seria a melhor maneira de começar.
Mais coisas poderia eu dizer como para aquelas pessoas que pensam que uma pessoa deixa o cu e as calças $$$$ para poder ter um bom deck...isso engana-se,o deck que fiz 3º lugar é muito barato mesmo mas está bem construido e isso é o que importa.Um bom deck builder é aquele que sabe improvisar e criar bom deck onde ninguem metia esperança. netdeckar é apenas a parte fraca imo.No maximo uso para tirar ideias e conhecer os decks melhores que andam aí.Só gasta balurdios quem quer.
Para os fanaticos de magic pouco se pode dizer porque se são fanaticos o que irão dizer é coração das cartas e bla bla bla .A cura seria experimentarem mas ha gostos e gostos e eu já joguei magic atenção!!
Comparo yu-gi-oh ao tekken porque o simples facto de cometermos um simples erro poder ser a morte do artista...é simplesmente brutal!!nunca um card game me injectou tanta adrenalina :DDD.
Como Aprender o basico: http://entertainment.upperdeck.com/yugioh/en/gameplay/demo/default.aspx
Maneira mais amaricada mas parece-me a mais facil porque como é um demo é logo uma vantagem e realmente é bastante boa a explicação.Depois existem mais não sem quantas mil e uma regras e mecanicas etc etc mas isso eu vou depois meter aqui mais explicações e falar mais do jogo.
Advanced e tradicional
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Advanced Format is what is used at Regional, National, and World Championship Events. Advanced Format includes the Forbidden List, the Limited List, and the Semi-Limited List.
The Forbidden List was made to prevent cards being used that were either too powerful, had no drawbacks, or ended games too quickly. One of the most infamous One Turn Kills/First Turn Kills dealt with involved Magical Scientist and Catapult Turtle. The Last Turn OTK and Tsukuyomi-Based Lockdown was also been addressed in later Advanced Format revision, with further lists tackling Goat Control and the Chaos Series.
Since some players dislike playing without the Forbidden cards, a Traditional Format was set up, in which no cards are Forbidden, only Limited.
Ban list para saber o que está banido,restricto ou limitado etc ou seja não se pode ter,pode-se ter só 1 ou pode-se ter até 2as apenas daquela carta no deck : http://entertainment.upperdeck.com/yugioh/en/news/strategy.aspx?aid=4658