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User Info: Zeus

Zeus
6 years ago#1
Been a while since I played the game, but was browsing in that other topic and found:
Credit goes to itachi134 and froggy25 for their ideas for these pools.

Time Wizard
Level 1:
8x Time Wizard
4x Battle Warrior
3x Energy Disc

This pool is shamelessly stolen from froggy25. It is the easiest pool to roflstomp the computer with. Time Wizard is the best die in the game. It is a level 1 die that on dimension, destroys your opponent's monster with the least attack. This means if your opponent spent all game doing nothing but trying to summon a Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, you can simply summon a Time Wizard and destroy it.

Respond to each of your opponent's monster summons by summoning Time Wizard. When your opponent doesn't summon a monster, summon Battle Warrior to get attack crests. Build your dungeon path towards your opponent as fast as possible and box him in. On average, you will always be faster than your opponent because all of your monster summons are level1. The only way you will fall behind is if you get unlucky and your opponent somehow has three level 3 summons before you get your second level 1 summon, which happens. But then again, no pool is safe from this kind of bad luck.

Again, always roll Energy Disc with each of your summons. If you just need movement, roll three Energy Discs.


Yes, Time Wizard was all the rage back when the board was actually going. I guess all of those topics have purged, though?

Otherwise, a few things for anybody thinking of playing this:

You don't need 3 energy discs. You literally only need ONE since you'll never play it. Time Wizard also has two movement sides iirc *PLUS* you technically don't need to move much anyway since you'll use the ones summoned closest to your opponent's DM. Those extra energy discs are taking up spaces for more time wizards.

You don't need so many Battle Warriors either. Even 3x would be pushing it. The board fills up pretty quickly and you only need 3 crests for killing the DM.

If you're playing against somebody and want to conserve your time wizards, consider adding two of the one of the following: a lv2, a lv3, and a lv4 (ie, a lv2 with a lv4). That you'll never have to summon since, iirc, you have to summon regardless when you get the summon crests. Of course, if I don't remember that correctly, it's not needed and you should go with more Time Wizards.
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User Info: froggy25

froggy25
6 years ago#2
You need the 4 Battle Warrior to ensure you get 3 Attack crests. Also, iirc you can't play more than 9 copies of a single dice, so 9 Time Wizards is the Max. 3 Energy Discs are there to maximize the number of Movement crests in average, but feel free to remove 1 or 2 if you want to play something else on these.
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froggy25
6 years ago#3
Nevermind, you can play 10 Time Wizards, just tested it =P

And you can refuse a summon when you get 2 summon icons. Simply press B.
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