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Dueling Network General

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http://www.duelingnetwork.com/

Cards are free, the prices under cards are for buying real-life cards online. This is a simulator, not a game, so you need to do everything yourself.

Beginner's Guide, containing a link to the official rulebook
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AsJwn4b6xAWNdDg4X3hLbXlhc3loVlRYWVhBQnZ4dmc#gid=0

Premade (though dated) decks for beginners and returning players
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AsJwn4b6xAWNdDBrY21aWlROMk8yekduNVBxaHQtanc#gid=1

BEFORE YOU ASK FOR ADVICE FOR YOUR DECK DO THE FOLLOWING:
- Keep your deck at 40-41 cards. This raises your chances at drawing your key cards.
- Use Google before you post the deck here. If your deck is competitive it will probably have topped an event. If you're unsure on the variant, check multiple events for the deck you want.
- After you've done those steps and feel confident in the deck, post your deck here. If multiple people suggest something, try it out. And actually Take the advice, even if it sounds weird to you. You don't know about everything.
- Now you can go playtest the deck. Do not change the whole deck around because you were unlucky a single game or two. Play at least 10 - 20 games to get an accurate statement. After you get a feel for the deck, adjust for personal techs..

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