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PostSubject: Monster introduction: Basics   Sun Nov 25, 2012 3:35 am

If you're reading this, chances are you've just started playing Yu-Gi-Oh and don't really know how the game works, and that's why I'm here. I'm not gonna waste any more of you're time with things that have nothing to do with the game anymore, so here it goes:
The 1st ruling is basic monster summoning. a monster that has a lvl of 4 and below (lvls=number of stars on the card) can be normal summoned Without tribute. A normal summon can only be preformed once per turn unless an effect allows different, like the spell card double summon. A monster with a lvl that is higher than 4 requires a tribute in order to be normal summoned (unless an effect says otherwise) and the number of tributes are decided by their lvls:

lvls 5-6: 1 tribute

lvls 7-8: 2 tributes

lvls 9-10: 3 tributes

Usualy, the higher the monster's lvl, the more Overpowered the attack but that's not all there is to the game. monsters with effects can be used in order for strategies to be used. This is very important in building a good deck, among other things. There's a main visible difference in each type of monster , and that is the color of the card:

Normal monsters: Yellow. Have absolutly no effects on their own. used due to either their name, lvl, Attribute (Indicated on the top right corner of the card) or type of monster, such as Dinosaur or Machine (Indicated inside the description box of the card)

Effect monsters: Light brown. Effects on their own. Usualy what they're used for.

There are other types of monsters as well, but those come later. As the title dictates, this is only the basics for monsters.


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PostSubject: tributing rules   Tue Nov 27, 2012 3:41 am

Tribute Summon (called Advance Summon in the OCG, previously called Sacrifice Summon) is a form of Normal Summoning a Level 5 or higher monster by Tributing another monster(s) you control. Level 5 and 6 require one Tribute, while Level 7 and higher require two Tributes.
Tributing a monster for a Tribute Summon is a cost. Therefore, if the Tribute Summon is negated, the Tributed monster(s) won't return to the field.
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PostSubject: Tributes Summon   Tue Nov 27, 2012 8:08 pm

Level 7+ = 2 tributes
I think 3 is only for when the card effect requires 3
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PostSubject: Re: Monster introduction: Basics   Wed Nov 28, 2012 6:59 pm

Kaito Tenjo wrote:
Level 7+ = 2 tributes
I think 3 is only for when the card effect requires 3

u r correct even some lvl 8 n lower monster require 3 in order to get their effs such as gilford the lighting and barborus
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PostSubject: Other Monsters   Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:08 pm

There are other types of monsters in Yu-Gi-Oh.
Fusions: Purple colored usually summoned through card effects by sending the fusion materials listed to the graveyard using a fusion spell.
Synchros: White colored cards summond by sending a tuner and atleast 1 non tuner monster to the graveyard whose level total the synchros level. Some require a specific monster to be used or a specific amount.
Xyz: Black colored card. Summoned by placing the correct monsters on top of eachother and putting the xyz over it. The cards u need are listed on the Xyz usually 2 cards of the same level, sometimes more.
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PostSubject: Teacher   Mon Dec 03, 2012 1:10 pm

Why dont become a teacher tenjo? lol!
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PostSubject: you now the game    Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:20 pm

im a new member nice to meet everyone you guys good all of you alright
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PostSubject: Re: Monster introduction: Basics   Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:42 pm

(TDD) SoulRedeemer wrote:
Why dont become a teacher tenjo? lol!

can I?
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