While I’m prepping for the eventual reviews of the set 19 decks, I’ll be covering one of the biggest hurdle of the game for beginners and sometimes even veteran. Choosing which card to G, most of the players I know often lose winnable games with okay to favoured starting hand and top draws for the simple reason that they G the wrong card.
Carddass has a lot of explaining to do after the disaster of a booster pack that was OG Vol.9. It was, to be completely honest, a terrible release; I can count the number of average~good cards on 10 fingers.
OG10, however, looks set to be more interesting than its predecessor. More after the jump!
A big shake-up of the Rules in ChaOS has just happened. How does this change the game?
Did the banlist break the game? Certainly not, but it probably made the game less skewed towards a single series or deck.
We will look at each card in brief and have a short comment from each writer.
Hi guys. So I’m finally getting off my lazy bum to write an article about ChaOS TCG, and my first topic is on the Grisaia no Kajitsu series. There are various reasons as to why I picked Grisaia, but the main ones would be the expected upcoming release of Grisaia expansion (due to the upcoming anime), as well as the long time dominance of top charts for ChaOS tournaments in Japan. For this article I’ll be introducing my version of GR-120 神の如き姉「風見 一姫」partner based deck.
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