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If you're giving a tip, at the very least make it a good one. Not something that's practically common sense or something that has very limited use and difficult/random conditions.
World Legacy Survivor
Dark Armed Dragon: Too obvious. This is like telling people to send Dark Magician to the GY using Foolish Burial, then using Monster Reborn to get him on the field.
Treasure Panda: How is it you consider this to be good when there's too much randomness involved? There is no guarantee you'll mill the right amount of Spells, or even get to mill at all. Survivor is great on a World Legacy deck, but not on World Chalice. Treasure Panda also does not synergize with any of the known builds for World Chalice. Also, there exists Venus+Shineballs which practically do the same thing as Treasure Panda, but much more consistently. Add to that, cards like Transmodification work with Venus+Shineballs in World Chalice.
Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon
Disrupt Xyz/Link: Too obvious. This is like telling people to send Dark Magician to the GY using Foolish Burial, then using Monster Reborn to get him on the field.
I admit the lack of tips is a thing for this page, specially the new cards like Survivor. Though please do put tips that are actually helpful. At the very least the tip should be able to help progress the game state on the deck it is being used at. If the card is unable to perform the combo in the deck it is in consistently, then don't add the tip. Treasure Panda is your best example on this. The card is pretty much dead unless you have Survivor and have spells in your GY. Anything than that, I think you're doing everyone a favor by doing all these. ZabanyaGundam (talk • contribs) 04:40, August 12, 2018 (UTC)
Galaxy-Eyes Photon Dragon
The cards' controllers gets to choose where they get placed. Banished monsters from the Extra Monster Zones will end up in the Main Monster Zones. This is part of the rules as per Master Rule 4.
GEPD can really do disrupt Link plays, but only if the player relies on Linked States, co-Linking, and/or Extra Links. As to the reason why your tip keeps getting removed, is that, aside from the fact that it's an obvious way to disrupt Link plays, it does not advance the game state of the player doing it. Galaxy-Eyes, in particular, do not even have ways to make the most of GEPD's effect. If there was a way to revive it without having to use cards outside it's archetype, then that could really be a legitimate tip. On the context of removal, it's much more efficient to just summon Galaxy-Eyes Full Armor Dragon, pop the monster, then proceed however one desires. Your opponent loses card advantage, while you didn't, on top of setting up revival cards like Monster Reborn... Long story short, you don't need to remind players to use MST when their opponent's have back row.
It's not "wrong" to take Pedia's content, but I don't think it's right. They forked from this site, and their ultimate wish regarding this is to have wikia dead. 0123456789 The Great (talk • contribs) 11:30, August 14, 2018 (UTC)
- Also, the images for Structure Deck: Powercode Link are already up. I put them up a few days ago. --MasterMarik (talk • contribs) 11:32, August 14, 2018 (UTC)
1st off, chill out. It's not that difficult to bring the image onto the page. Just find the image filename and change it to the new one. 2nd, Transcode Talker is NOT in Structure Deck: Powercode Link.--MasterMarik (talk • contribs) 13:02, September 11, 2018 (UTC)