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itachi134
7 years ago#11
Dice Pool #3- Lord of (your) D(oom!).

Level 1:
Petit Dragon
Mystical Elf
Time Wizard
Energy Disc

Level 2:
Winged Dragon #1
Thousand Dragon
The 13th Grave
Feral Imp
Lord of D.
Resurrection Scroll

Level 3:
Twin-headed Thunder Dragon
Meteor Dragon
Magician Dragon

Level 4:
Thousand-eyes Restrict
Crater Creator


This is the best dice pool in the game for link duel, and arguably the most broken as well, seeing as how everyone builds their dice pool to include Crater Creator and The 13th Grave for the sole purpose of being able to win against this one. This dice pool is also responsible for us removing the two-of-a-kind dice restriction and making it only one of the same dice per pool. This is the standard version of the Lord of D. dice pool, however there are quite a few different ones that include different things to try and optimize the strategy in unique ways. However, the following dice are ALWAYS in the pool regardless of which version you play:

Lord of D., The 13th Grave/Time Wizard, Resurrection Scroll, Magician Dragon, Feral Imp, Winged Dragon #1, Thousand-eyes Restrict.

Feral Imp and Winged Dragon #1 are included so that they can remove the threat of flying and tunneling opponents moving through your Petit Dragon and attacking your Lord of D. directly. They also have the best crest sides for level 2 monsters, making them shoe-ins regardless. Thousand-eyes Restrict is a must have because Lord of D. dice pools playing against each other will result in a stale mate otherwise, seeing as how both players will simply block their die master off with an unkillable dragon monster. Thousand-eyes Restrict lets you take control of the monster closest to the enemy's die master and snipe at them from a safe distance to win the game.

If you are playing solo, this is the basic starting position you want to build:
http://i.imgur.com/STYt5kA.jpg

If you are playing in link duel, this is the starting position you want:
http://i.imgur.com/VChIyvh.jpg

They are generally the same, however in link duel you will want to make The 13th Grave your initial summon. This is to prevent the opponent from being able to destroy your Lord of D. with Time Wizard. The position of your dungeon path is also very important here, because it completely blocks your opponent off from making any summonings within your territory, meaning that the only way for them to attack your hearts is to go through an unkillable Petit Dragon. Pretty unfair, right? Well, it is! To add insult to injury, this position also prevents the opponent from being able to kill Lord of D. with Magician Dragon or Blast Lizard, because Lord of D. is conveniently one space out of range for both of their effects!

Once you manage to get into your ideal positioning, the game is more or less completely in your favor. You have room to summon 3 or 4 more dice within the territory you captured with the opening strategy, meaning Thousand-eyes Restrict, Resurrection Scroll and Feral Imp can all be put inside. Winged Dragon #1 does not need to be summoned in the protected zone, since Lord of D. prevents him from being destroyed no matter where you put him.

Here is the "broken" positioning:
http://i.imgur.com/R7QB6so.jpg

Simply put, there is no way to win against that set up unless you have Crater Creator or The 13th Grave. The only other thing you can possibly do is summon your own Thousand-eyes Restrict and pray that you get more magic crests than the opponent does.

What puts this dice pool over the top though is that it can be a beatdown pool as well with invincible dragons! With both an invincible defense and an unkillable offense, this dice pool is extremely versatile and can either go on the attack or play it safe. Broken.

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itachi134
7 years ago#12
Bump so this topic doesn't close. Next update coming soon!

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froggy25
7 years ago#13
Bump²
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itachi134
7 years ago#14
Dice Pool #4- The Farm

Level 1:
x4 Battle Warrior
Mammoth Graveyard
Mystical Elf
x2 Time Wizard
Energy Disc

Level 2:
Winged Dragon #1
Thousand Dragon
Harpie Lady
Blast Lizard
Feral Imp
Lord of D.


This is the dice pool I like to use when I'm grinding for dice and money against the CPU. It is very easy to play and understand, and has a strategy for just about every single situation and can counter everything that the CPU will try to do.

x4 Battle Warrior is pretty obvious since you can easily gain attack crests and magic crests during the early stages of the game, so you can attack the opponents hearts as soon as you reach them. Time Wizard, Mammoth Graveyard, Mystical Elf and Energy Disc all provide you with movement and magic crests. You generally always want to start off with this dice pool by rolling x2 Battle Warrior and Energy Disc. Never summon the Energy Disc, and continue summoning Battle Warrior until you have 2 attack crests. After that, roll Battle Warrior, Time Wizard/Mammoth Graveyard and Energy Disc. Again, don't summon the Energy Disc but keep summoning Battle Warrior. Only summon the other monster if you failed to summon Battle Warrior. You should reach your opponents die master very quickly and manage to finish them off in 2 turns. Just attack and move your monster away and attack with a different monster. You should have enough movement crests to be able to do that, since you kept rolling the Energy Disc along with Time Wizard and Mammoth Graveyard.

The rest of the dice pool is for back up in case you want to play it even safer or need to counter a Crater Creator or Exploding Disc or something that the CPU puts to guard his die master. Blast Lizard is the cheapest and most efficient way to remove a Crater Creator, and there are lots of dice in the pool that give you magic crests. Lord of D. is in the pool to make Winged Dragon #1 and Thousand Dragon immortal, allowing them to be used offensively or defensively to your choosing. This also completely removes the need for guard crests since you don't need to worry if the opponent attacks your dragons. Harpie Lady can give you a lot of magic crests or become a flying monster that can move over any monster and attack your opponent very easily. The same thing can be said about Winged Dragon #1 and Mammoth Graveyard, except Mammoth Graveyard has tunneler so he doesn't need as many movement crests but your monsters can't move underneath him.

That's just about all there is to say about this. It wins fast, and it wins efficiently. You can win games in as little as 5 or 6 turns, which is as fast as it gets. Most of the dice in this pool are expensive, but you can win a lot of them from either Yugi or Joey. Both Yugi and Joey are available in the very first tournament, meaning you can build this dice pool at the very start of the game. The only ones you can't win from them are Energy Disc, Lord of D., Blast Lizard and Harpie Lady. If you duel Joey enough though, you should win some Red Eye B. Dragon which you can sell for a lot of money, allowing you to buy the remaining dice needed from the shop.

Hope this helps, and good luck on winning those important dice!

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itachi134
7 years ago#15
Next update coming soon

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Zeus
7 years ago#16
The best dice pool is just a ton of Time Wizards, one energy disc, and one or two... can't remember the last die.
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froggy25
7 years ago#17
Zeus posted...
The best dice pool is just a ton of Time Wizards, one energy disc, and one or two... can't remember the last die.


You missed this part obviously :
Dice Pool rules:
*You are only allowed to have one copy of a dice in your dice pool
Pokemon Deck Database (updated with 2017 tourneys): https://pokeplayer.com/topdecks/

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froggy25
7 years ago#18
And the die you're thinking of is Battle Warrior
Pokemon Deck Database (updated with 2017 tourneys): https://pokeplayer.com/topdecks/

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itachi134
7 years ago#19
Sorry its been so long guys, I've been a bit busy lately
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