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Hello Everyone! :)
Firstly, I would like to apologize for mispelling the word "unacceptable" (I used "Inaccepatable" instead).
Secondly, I really think that "Cyber-Stein" should become "Limited" in the next "Ban List" because of the following "unrestricted" cards are available to balance "Cyber-Stein" out. The March 1rst 2011 Ban list permits this; these cards are...
(1) "Battle Fader" is unrestricted, need I say more?
(2) "Scrap Iron Scarecrow" is unrestricted, need I say more?
(3) "Starlight Road" is unrestricted, need I say more?
(4) "Stardust Dragon" is unrestricted, need I say more?
(5) "Spirit Reaper" is now usable at "2".
(6) "Magic Cylinder" is usable at "2"
Well, what do you guys think?
As always, thank you very much for your assistance regarding this matter, I really appreciate them! :)
(1 & 5) Fair Point, But C-Stein is still a bit too broken, even with these.
(2 & 6) No one runs it.
(3 & 4) How does this stop Cyber-Stein?
- For your misspell, it's alright since you had never know how it was at that time, so I forgive you for now. Battle Fader removed itself if it had use the power to special summon in the attack's way, so it's way it's unlimited/unrestricted. Scrap Iron Scarecrow can be good trap, but it's weakness is to revealing it location - MST, Dust Tornado, etc can get rid of it after few times of it revealing easily; therefore it stay unlimited as it only take up your S/T slot space. Starlight Road only need 2 or more cards destruction on the field in order to activate, therefore it's not need to be limited or shit, included it only made Stardust Dragon feel sorry for coming and leave on next destruction, never return once more. Spirit Reaper has target weakness, so he could destroy himself once he's being point at, Marshmallon is the reason why it is limited - 1000 damage and not dead by a simple punch. Magic Cylinder would just become lesser due to bunch of Life Point secure cards all over the place, like Black Rose Dragon, that it can easily counter in now time than in the past where it had first release.
Well, Cyber-Stein is still broken at this minute - due to Field clean (Giant Trunade), ATK power-up (Megamorph), and massive size monster (Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon) so he's still ban at this minute, I am sorry. --FredCat 19:21, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
One of the other reasons cyber-stein shouldn't be unbanned is because after you've summoned blue eyes ultimate dragon/cyberend dragon, you can then use cyberstein to synchro/xyz summon. Cyber end dragon can be extremly easy to otk with after summoned via cyber-stein,you can use 3 megamorphs, 3 united we stands, 3 mage powers,and 1 limiter to boost it's attack to 8000.Mystical space typhoon , giant trunade seven tools of the bandit/ dark bribe it very easy to otk with because they clear the field of annoying spell or traps that might hinder the otk. Dark hole,lightning vortex can be used to get rid off the opponents monsters.
Basically it's too easy to beat the opponent with cyber-stein, I highly doubt cards like him and chaos emperor dragon envoy of the end will ever be be unbanned , becuase they are just far too powerfull.
- So three votes that Cyber-Stein have to stay ban, I am sorry, "Crazy Tactician". As there are already bunch of explanations about the broken combine that can make your opponent crap their pants from that struck. If you want Cyber-Stein to complete limited (not ban, but not semi-limited nor unlimited), you have to either limited/banned other details of shit cards that we were talking about. Also that can making your opponent upset for not able to play Meta right due to value cards being gone. --FredCat 19:44, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
- Cyber-Stein was a broken card when they first released it, and it's as broken now as it was back then. It will never be unbanned. Magical Scientist, Imperial Order and Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End will also never be unbanned. They are far too powerful to be played.--TwoTailedFox (My Talk Page) 20:05, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
- I actually see the reasons why it would be okay to unban it. It is very much so a different environment compared to when Cyber-Stein actually had a chance to OTK, back when it became banned. Some of the things you've mentioned do have a chance to stop Cyber-Stein, but you forgot the most important and popular one - Solemn Warning. Fancy paying 5000 Life Points, only to have Cyber-Stein negated and destroyed for a mere 2000 Life Points. Not only that, but Traps are everywhere these days. Huge monsters just don't stand much of a chance to win by themselves like they did back then. Not only that, but almost every deck runs Solemn Warning/Judgment these days. To draw into Cyber-Stein after having used even 1 of these other cards would leave you at such low Life Points that it wouldn't be worth it to summon a Level 10 4000 ATK beatstick, or just make Cyber-Stein a dead draw altogether. I'm sure there are ways to break it, potentially, in the new environment, but the old threats just aren't relevant anymore. Cyber-Stein could very well come off the Ban List with little repercussion, but I think it'd be a pretty random thing to come off and chances are still low.--YamiWheeler (talk • contribs) 20:19, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
- I agreed with you, Founder, as they can ever help the player who using them to finish their opponents quickly. As for Cyber-Stein, it created a OTK with either Cyber End or Ultimate Dragon. For Magical Scientist, again - like Stein bro, can created a OTK/FTK if combined right (though sadly, Last Will is still ban at that point). For Imperial Order, it's single turn no Spell Card, then you're free to spamming Spell Card if you not pay - plus it can help with Megamorph when coming to certain point of the sinister result. Chaos Emperor Dragon can finish opponent off if you planned it right, by make your opponent's LP low enough to explode in his face, but as long as you get at least more than 1000 Life Points in order to do the blast, though it would required for Yata-Lock, which never coming to Advanced Format. --FredCat 20:22, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
I'm actually still really curious why the OP listed Stardust and Starlight as reasons why Stein should be Limited. Anyone feel like attempting to explain?ChaoticCrosswinds (talk • contribs) 20:43, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
Sorry for being unclear as to why "Starlight Road" and "Stardust Dragon" are reasons to bring "Cyber-Stein" to the "Limited" list. Here is the reason why...
"Starlight Road" = It stops the massive field clearing effects of "Lightning Vortex", "Dark Hole" etc... to set up the OTK.
"Stardust Dragon" = He can prevent the destruction of a card on the field that could potentially cause problems for the OTK.
Gentlemen, I didn't want to cause a problem by posting this query, I was just curious to what you guys thought. Please forgive me if anyone got upset by this question.
Also, these cards would make "Cyber-Stein" and whatever fusion monster that was summoned useless...
(2) Negate Attack
(3) Threatening Roar
(5) Hammer Shot
(6) Draining Shield
(7) Adhesion Trap Hole
(8) Enchanted Javelin
(9) Mirror Force
(10) Torrential Tribute
(11) Solemn Warning
(12) Sonic Chick
(13) Winged Kuriboh
(16) Yomi Ship
(17) Spirit Reaper
(18) Man-Eater Bug
(20) Compulsory Evacuation Device
(21) Sakuretsu Armor
(22) Widespread Ruin
(23) Magic Cylinder
(24) Fusion Devourer
(25) Spellbinding Circle
(26) Shadow Spell
Once again, I didn't want to start a problem here, sorry guys!