I was able discard any of their tricks when necessary. My favourite way to play this golden god is to replay the new Lulu or the legendary Vivi. I am Arai, one of the developers of the game. H Yuna offers a great amount for 5 cost 1-193S Jihl Nabaat Jihl Nabaat gets the trophy for most valuable backup, at 2 cost she offered an incredible amount of synergy for the large majority of my deck. I don't get to go to events all that often due to working weekends, but I'd still love to get up to London more often and see people where possible! This also applies to her special. Being able to play H Snow and Argath by discarding just 2 cards in the first turn can generate a huge advantage early game. There are also some great Dulling options from both Water and Lightning such as , , and.
Try not to use them as cost, keep them in your hand and have them enter the field together. It is even possible to search Forward Rinoa from Backup Rinoa. In a lot of ways, it puts the opponent on a timer; if you give me seven turns with a Forward on the field that can attack, you lose. Playing first or second, you discard your entire hand to play R Laguna first, and then playing R Squall to make your opponent discard 2 cards. From a mathematic point of view it only draws you a single card, but it offers you card selection.
Which Yuna you play probably depends on the rest of the deck. H Snow is such a big problem for so little cost 1-046H Terra H Terra was a very tricky card for my opponents to play around. Number 1: Tidus 7-117C This guy has been boatloads of fun to play with. Now we would like to take some time to share stories from the perspective of a designer. This deck is focused on winning games before your opponent even has a chance to fight back, using haste and abilities to make Forwards dull. Even before Tidus, we have had forwards that can return backups.
There are 4 kinds, and all 12 summons have a way to remove an opposing Forward. Summoner prevents your opponent from playing summons, plain and simple. It does not even has to be one you draw with. A great synergy can derive from blocking with Gordon, and then using Fairy to reactivate Gordon to block again, keeping your opponents from getting through. Even Water Lightning gives you the opportunity to resolve multiple Lenee through. However, Leila overcomes a lot of that by generating cards every turn.
Opponents must slam the brakes in aggression as their forwards are suddenly frozen, giving you an extra turn to recover from the hit. If there is anything you want to know that is not listed on this site, feel free to ask me at administrator fftcgauthority. There are 15 Ex burst cards including Backups. Especially if you are on the play and able to drop her on turn 2. Now, some titles cannot be made into decks yet, but please look forward to more categories in future releases! The variety of decks and tactics are unlimited with an increasing card pool. In ordinary constructed matches, many players hesitate to put multiple versions of the same character since the only usage would be for their special ability. If you are on 6 damage this card picks two of its three effects and can really swing a board state in your favour.
You could keep enemy Forwards locked down indefinitely while Laguna is on the field; and you know the are coming in tapped while Ultimecia is on the field. To be fair it may be a lot worse than I thought it would turn out to be, but it is still a way to. If you look at the old Rikku 1-090R from Opus 1, she could also return back ups to your hand. The creators of this game know how powerful it is to interact with your opponents backups and have been very careful with options available so far. H Yuna is essentially the extra 3 Leviathan in this deck, bouncing your opponents forwards is very effective especially when they just discarded their hand to play it. Here is my thank you fftcgdb. I feel bad because I forced my opponent to dull his Ultimecia as it was the opposing one and believed that my Ultimcia text was relating to my Ultimecia.
And just as a prediction — if we will ever see some major way to interact with the Break Zone in the near future, will provide even more value. My hobbies include playing video games, watching anime, and dining out. Or, you can set up your backups, play a few big forwards and keep controlling the board as a slow control deck. It is also worth mentioning that Tidus can bounce any friendly character, whereas Rikku could only bounce backups although up to 5! There are varieties of summons from all elements, but on the other hand, powers of forwards are strong. Noctis can also be used with Cactuar 4-058C and Bahamut 6-017C to trigger his ability, setting up plays where you can clear two forwards. A ninja deck with Edge could be also fun.
Her S effect also keeps your opponent guessing on a 3k buff and First Stike, keeping her active as a wall can make sure your opponent slows down. If you do not wish us to set cookies on your device, please do not use the website. I highly recommend if you are in the San Francisco area to call in and. Not just characters, but it even has plenty of Summon choices. It'll also soon be presented on the Square Enix website, so keep a look out for that! On the other hand, it is great 2 Rinoas can exist in the field together. In the past we have had cards printed that can do similar things with their abilities, take a look at Miounne 5-067R for example.
What decks are you looking forward to testing? Remember take a few hits and get Tidus High. If not, your opponent is looking at getting hit 2 points of damage in turn 3, and if they are even more unlucky, 4 points by turn 5. This includes the usual suspects like and. However, the card saw less success stateside; I think it stemmed mostly from a lack of popularity in both Fire and Golbez for a while specifically. Facing an 8000 power Forward with First Strike is intimidating enough, but throw in a and there are very few Forwards beating you in battle.
So I just introduced 3 sample ideas. It is the closest thing we got to a right now and that card is insanely busted. Or, playing R Laguna first and then R Squall to keep your opponent from playing cards, both ways give you an incredible advantage and both cards coming to your hand is more common than you think. By having both R Squall and R Laguna in your hand you are given the option of playing in 2 ways, you can keep the tempo going by playing R Squall first and then R Laguna to dull and freeze an opponent, allowing you to get a few hits in the turn. Moogle Card draw ist great in control. Conclusion Water has fallen a bit in my favor. I really hope fans of a specific title, or beginners not ready for tournament play to play this.