Just a few I can think of.
Xeron wrote:The only TGC I have ever played were on handhelds. Pokemon card trading game for Game Boy Color and YuGiOh for Game Boy Advanced.So I have a question...Wouldn't it be better to make a balanced deck of all elemental types instead of 1 or 2 elements.The game doesn't require a specific "energy" like pokemon does, the mana works with every card.Lets say you make an All fire deck.Disadvantages:1. Weak against water monsters
2. Weak against water on the playing fields3. Stuck with abilities on cards that are fire basedAdvantages:
1. Strong against Water
2. Strong on Fire spots on playing field
3. Can only concentrate on puting water favourable cards in your deck which could make them deadlier.But if you have a balanced deck...Advantages:1. 1 out of the 5 cards in your hand prob has a strength against the 1st monster your oppenent lays down2. A few of your monsters could get the field bonus instead of maybe 1 or 23. Abilities of any card you choose by not limiting yourself to a single card element4. You would be able to use more cards from randomly sorted booster decksDisadvantages:??? I can't think of any...
Certain Element cards, say for instance water have abilities which give them advantages if other water creatures are in play and having a balanced deck would ruin that ability
The heal card won't do as much as it is element specific per use and chances are you will have a mix of elements on the boardI've looked at the fire deck and like a lot of those cards so I believe I will buy that and pull the good cards from it to mix with my starter deck. I'm not going fire based, but I will probably end up having a few more fire cards than other types.What does everyone else think? It seems like a lot of people are going to base their decks by 1 element.
Message Edited by Xeron on 10-24-2007 07:30 PM
Message Edited by Xeron on 10-24-2007 07:31 PM