Why Infernity wasn't successful at Charlotte and the solution

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Why Infernity wasn't successful at Charlotte and the solution

Mensagem por dracofu em Sab 14 Jan 2012, 14:43

Why Infernity wasn't successful at Charlotte and the solution

"Infernity Archfiend"
Hello, ladies and gentlemen. Today I'm going to 'thrill'
you with yet another of my Infernity posts. Now, towards the start of
this format, many Infernity players were optimistic. However, I was not
one of them. As you can tell by the recent results at YCS Charlotte,
what few Infernity players that were there were shot down.

There are a few reasons for this. First and foremost, Infernity has a
tiny player base; not many people are using the deck anymore.
Additionally, the skill levels of what few players we have is... sub par
to say the least. If you've seen the quality of players using this
deck, or if you've read the hideous Infernity thread on Pojo, you will
learn quickly how incompetent many Infernity users are.

Forgive me for that short rant. Moving on, I don't think Infernity
players were meta prepared. In retrospect, should I have gone to such an
event, I would have made some major changes to the main deck. With
continuous cards running rampant in the current meta, I would like to
have maxed out on MST and mained a Dust Tornado or two. The most likely
candidate for being dropped is either my beloved Archfiend's Roar, the
Book of Moon which is becoming more ineffective every day, Trap Stun or
Infernity Break. MST and DT would have made life so much easier for
Infernity players.

Those two main deck choices would have quite happily dealt with GKs and
Dragunity, and would have eased the burden of the Samurai match up. Only
testing will tell.


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