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  1. So, a long time ago, I had attempted to carry out an RP on YCM. It was a Pokemon RP, set around the same time that Pokeballs were first created. It flopped, and I never could really get it started due to inactivity. However, I've decided to try to revamp it but on a Discord server so it could be a bit more organized, and was curious: Would anyone here be interested in joining or at the very least, checking it out?

  2. Honestly, I agree about the video comments. Could be better. I would say that its becuz its the background video for a rhythm game that this song is in (Project: DIVA), but in the same game, they have some REALLY flashy and distracting background videos, so thats not even an excuse lmao. But anywho, maybe I can find a better one for ya. How's this?
  3. I wonder if anyone here even remembers me. I assume not, since its been about a year since I was active here, and if we count YCM, about 3 years since I was active with this community, but I'm still curious~

    1. LordCowCow

      LordCowCow

      I recognized the name at least

    2. Nyx

      Nyx

      I do.

    3. Princess Raven

      Princess Raven

      Well, color me surprised~ I didnt think I'd be remembered~

      Side note: what the hell happened to tildes? They look so weird on this site..

  4. Edit: Swapped the on-summon effects for Magenta and Scarlet. Removal that returns things to the hand is usually stronger than destruction, so it should be on the Level 7, not the Level 6. Once again, feel free to provide criticism here. I would very much appreciate someone else's thoughts~
  5. So... Most people won't know this about me, but generally when I play this sacred card game we all love so much, I have a tendency to place my cards in the center of my field first. My brother on the other hand, tended to place his cards on the right side of his field. This always bugged me as a kid, becuz I couldnt figure out which way was correct.. or if neither were. To remedy this, I had thought up the idea of an archetype that forces the player to think strategically about where exactly they play their cards, as it could seriously impact the duel - for better, or for worse. Problem was, I never knew how to word the effects, since cards like "Which Starling" and all of the "Mekk-Knight" cards hadnt even been a twinkle in anyone's eyes yet. But now, my friends.. Now, after many years of having this concept and a rather poorly thought out and rushed attempt about a year ago, I can proudly say that I'm not only giving this dream concept of mine another shot, but that I've decided to go ahead and revamp my old attempt, by making changes to the old designs and attempting to make them quite a bit more thought out. Here's the basic idea, at it's simplest: WATER Psychic Ritual Archetype, based on humanoid slime creatures, that focuses heavily on the strategic and careful placement of its own cards in order to properly utilize the versatility of its abilities. The lower Level "fodder" monsters have a certain effect they can earn depending on which of these three MMZs theyre in: Center, Leftmost, and Rightmost. They also have a bit of a floating effect on destruction involving an opponent's card, becuz I was having major issues with being forced to end my turn cuz I got negated merely once. Plus, theyre slimes. They aint particularly easy to kill. The Bigger, Bossier, Ritual monsters of the archetype focus on disruptive effects on summon with column play, they give buffs or get abilities when there is an archetypal monster in an adjacent MMZ to them, and some gain an additional effect if there is a Spell/Trap card in the adjacent space below them. Now that the basic summary is out of the way, without further ado, the "Protean" archetype: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Main Deck Monsters Cerulean Protean WATER - Level 3 - Psychic/Effect - 800/1300 This card gains 1 of the following effects, depending on which Main Monster Zone it's in: ● Rightmost: Increase this card's Level by 1. ● Leftmost: Once per turn; you can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Protean" monster from your GY. ● Center: Once per turn, you can shuffle 1 "Protean" card from your GY into your Deck, then draw 1 card. If this card is destroyed by battle or an opponent's card effect: you can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Protean" monster from your hand or GY, except "Cerulean Protean". You can only use this effect of "Cerulean Protean" once per turn. Lavender Protean WATER - Level 3 - Psychic/Effect - 1000/1000 This card gains 1 of the following effects, depending on which Main Monster Zone it's in: ● Rightmost: Once per turn, you can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Protean" monster from your hand. ● Leftmost: Once per turn, when a Ritual Spell is activated; you can draw 1 card. ● Center: Psychic monsters you control cannot be targeted by your opponent's card effects. If this card is destroyed by battle or an opponent's card effect: you can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Protean" monster from your hand or GY, except "Lavender Protean". You can only use this effect of "Lavender Protean" once per turn. Seafoam Protean WATER - Level 4 - Psychic/Effect - 1300/1200 This card gains 1 of the following effects, depending on which Main Monster Zone it's in: ● Rightmost: All Ritual Monsters you control gain 500 ATK. ● Leftmost: You can reveal 1 "Protean" Ritual Monster in your hand; Special Summon 1 "Protean" monster from your Deck whose Level is equal to the difference between this card's and the revealed card's Level. You can only use this effect of "Seafoam Protean" once per turn. ● Center: Once per turn, you can banish 1 "Protean" monster from your GY; this card's Level becomes the banished monster's Level. If this card is destroyed by battle or an opponent's card effect: you can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Protean" monster from your hand or GY, except "Seafoam Protean". You can only use this effect of "Seafoam Protean" once per turn. Vermillion Protean WATER - Level 4 - Psychic/Effect - 1400/1100 This card gains 1 of the following effects, depending on which Main Monster Zone it's in: ● Rightmost: If you activate a Ritual Spell, or if a Ritual monster's effect is activated; your opponent cannot activate cards or effects in response. ● Leftmost: Once per turn; you can send 1 "Protean" monster from your Deck to the GY. ● Center: During your Main Phase; you can add 1 "Protean" Spell/Trap card from your Deck to your hand. You can only use this effect of "Protean Lavender" once per turn. If this card is destroyed by battle or an opponent's card effect: you can Special Summon 1 Level 4 or lower "Protean" monster from your hand or GY, except "Vermillion Protean". You can only use this effect of "Vermillion Protean" once per turn. Magenta Protean WATER - Level 6 - Psychic/Ritual/Effect - 1000/2000 You can Ritual Summon this card with any "Protean" Ritual Spell. If this card is Ritual Summoned: destroy all cards your opponent controls that share a column with this card. If a monster in a Main Monster Zone adjacent to this card would be Tributed for the Ritual Summon of a "Protean" monster: you can treat that monster as all the necessary Tributes for the Ritual Summon. Scarlet Protean WATER - Level 7 - Psychic/Ritual/Effect - 2500/2400 You can Ritual Summon this card with any "Protean" Ritual Spell. When this card is Ritual Summoned, return all cards your opponent controls that share a column with this card to their hand. Once per turn: you can target 1 monster your opponent controls; Psychic monsters in Monster Zones adjacent to this card gain half the targeted monster's ATK until the End Phase. If you control a Spell/Trap card in your Spell/Trap Zone adjacent to this card: this card can attack twice per Battle Phase. Silver Protean WATER - Level 8 - Psychic/Ritual/Effect - 3000/2300 This card can be Ritual Summoned with any "Protean" Ritual Spell. If this card is Ritual Summoned: You can banish all cards your opponent controls in this cards column. Monsters in Main Monster Zones adjacent to this card cannot be destroyed by battle or your opponent's card effects. If you control a Spell/Trap card in your Spell/Trap Zone adjacent to this card: once per turn, you can destroy all Special Summoned monsters your opponent controls with original ATK less than or equal to this card's current ATK. Spells and Traps Protean Arcane Torrent Continuous Spell If this card is activated: You can add 1 "Protean" monster from your Deck to your hand. Once per turn: You can activate 1 of the following effects: ● Move 1 "Protean" monster you control to another of your Main Monster Zones. ● Switch the locations of 2 "Protean" monsters in your Main Monster Zones. You can only activate 1 "Protean Arcane Torrent" per turn. Riverbed of the Proteans Field Spell When this card is activated: you can add 1 "Protean" card from your Deck or GY to your hand. You can only use this effect of "Riverbed of the Proteans" once per turn. Psychic Ritual Monsters you control gain 500 ATK and DEF, and cannot be targeted or destroyed by your opponent's card effects. Protean Metamorphosis Ritual Spell This card can be used to Ritual Summon any "Protean" Ritual monster from your hand or GY. You must also Tribute monsters from your hand and/or field whose total Levels equal or exceed the Level of the Ritual monster you Ritual Summon. If this card is in your GY: you can Tribute 1 "Protean" monster you control; add this card to your hand. Protean Emergency Morph Continuous Trap When your opponent declares an attack, or when your opponent targets a monster(s) with a card effect: you can reveal 1 Ritual monster in your hand; Tribute from your hand and/or field monsters whose total Levels equal or exceed the revealed monster's, then Special Summon the revealed monster (This Special Summon is always treated as a Ritual Summon). Once per turn, you can banish this card from your GY; "Protean" monsters you control cannot be destroyed by battle this turn. You can only use each effect of "Protean Emergency Morph" once per turn. Extra Deck Monsters Rainbow Protean WATER - Rating 2 - Psychic/Link/Effect - 1300/2 Link Markers: South, Southeast 2 "Protean" monsters If this card is Link Summoned: you can add 1 "Protean" Ritual Monster from your Deck to your hand, then immediately after this effect resolves, you can Ritual Summon it to a Zone this card points to, by Tributing monsters from your hand and/or field whose total Levels equal or exceed the Level of the Ritual Monster. Ritual Monsters this card points to gain 500 ATK and DEF. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Whew! That was a lot.. Please feel free to critique these and give inputs on what needs nerfed, what needs boosted, etc. But as of the current moment, I feel pretty good about the way this turned out!~ P.S. I dont have a clue how to utilize spoilers in this format, so sorry for the wall of text..
  6. Quick question: If u send a card to your opponent's GY, and then banish it, which banished pile does it go to? Mine or the opponent's?

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    2. Thar

      Thar

      Considering it had to specify whose graveyard it's going to but not whose banish pile, then I assume since it was your card that it would go to yours by default.

    3. Zaziuma

      Zaziuma

      You can't have your cards in your opponent's GY, any time they would be sent there, they go back to your own GY instead, so simply, banishing a card your opponent owns would put it in their banished pile.

    4. Summer Darj

      Summer Darj

      Yes, it would go to your banished area, since you own the card. For it to be treated as an opponent's banished card it would require it to be part of the banishing effect to override the mechanic. And even then, a funny thing is that there is no official distinction for the player's respective "areas" or "piles", so you can't just write "If this card is banished, it is sent to the opponent's banished pile/area/whatever instead". It would require a different approach, something on the lines of "this card is banished, it is treated as in the opponent's possession".

  7. This should be easy, if u know me. If not, good luck~
  8. Do I really need to put the effects of the cards when they r official cards made by Konami? I get for like, custom cards, but since Riley is using Konami made cards, do i really have to put the effects? Other than that, I can put the card names and where they r on her field in a spoiler, yes
  9. "You can go first, if you wanna . . ." Riley heard the small boy offer her the first turn. She pondered this for a moment, surprised by his kind offer, but since she barely knows how to play, she was hoping he would take the first turn. Eh, What's the worst that could happen? She accepted the boy's offer, and looked down at her Duel Disk. It was already beeping gently, as if signaling her turn. "Alrighty then, I'll start!" She exclaimed, tho with a rather uncertain tone to her voice. Looking down at her hand, she wasn't exactly sure what she was supposed to do. Her rulebook didn't tell her combos after all, just the basics of the game! She pondered for a few moments more, recognizing a few of the cards in her hand. She began to make her move, tho the uncertainty in her voice remained. "I'll activate the Field Spell, The Grand Spellbook Tower, along with Spellbook Star Hall. Oh! And I'll also Normal Summon Spellbook Magician of Prophecy, allowing me to search my Deck for a Spellbook card! And... I think I'll choose.. Erm... Spellbook of Secrets! Yeah!" She smirked, happy that she figured something out properly. "And to top it all off, I think i will Special Summon Silent Magician from my hand by Tributing 1 Spellcaster I control. Bye bye Spellbook Magician, hello Silent Magician!~" She giggled softly as she slammed the card down onto her Duel Disk. The blue robed novice wizard that once resided on her side of the field was soon replaced by a white robed one, who wore a big hat, similar to those classic witches are depicted with, but white. "And with that, I end my turn!" Amaryllis would giggle once more, resisting the urge to jump up and down with joy, excited by the Duel and figuring out what to do. She would have to keep her cool if she wanted to make an impression.
  10. I AM SOOOOOO SORRY!!!!!!! I was operating under shitty conditions and had unreliable wifi and a phone until now ;-; I will try my best to be active again, as I really like this RP's concept and want to continue it. Now that I have a computer and the fastest internet available here, I can actually make posts regularly! Again, I sincerely apologize!!
  11. I have posted. Hope I didn't move the duel part along too quickly.. Also, yes i'm aware she forgot to introduce herself. She's not a social person, so she forgets things like that easily. Also, I didn't know what version of dueling equipment we're using, or if we r using any at all, but I figured that if we were, it would probs be up to the user as to which edition to use, so I picked my fav version, which is the Zexal Duel Gazers and an Arc-V Duel Disk. U by no means have to use the same edition as Riley tho
  12. Amaryllis had just walked out of class when the bell had rung for recess. She knew something was planned for this time of the day, as she recalled seeing the ticket under her desk. However, she wasn't particularly sure of what it was yet. "I pick . . . her." Amaryllis heard the small boy speak thru a shaky, almost uncertain voice as he pointed straight towards her. She froze for a quick second, knowing that the attention had been turned to her suddenly. She didnt even know what he was choosing her for, but it made her nervous nonetheless. "Erm... M-Me..?" She asked hesitantly, her voice quivering and almost inaudible. She goes to hide her hands in her jacket pockets, when she feels a small, rectangular bump in them. It takes her a good minute, but she realizes that this was the new deck of cards her stepmom gave her that morning.. Her stepmom's words echoed in her head: "Remember sweetie, this is a game best played with other ppl. So I want u to go out there today, and see if anyone wants to play with u. Who knows, u might make a few friends~" Alright Mom... Guess now's my chance to do what I promised u I would.. She eventually would break herself from her thoughts, finally connecting the dots that she had just been challenged to a duel. She grabs her deck, and searches her back pack for a cheap edition of a Duel Disk and Duel Gazer, slipping them on slightly. "I'm letting u know, I've never done this before.. But that doesnt mean I'll be a pushover either! I stayed up late last night, studying the rules, and I won't lose!~" With this, she slips her new cards into the deckslot with ease, as the Duel Disk scans and analyzes each individual card. Before Long, a robotic voice is heard from both player's Disks: "Duel Disks r activated and on standby. Establishing audio-visual holographic link. Commence the Duel."
  13. So, I have been working on these guys for quite a while now. They still r not fully finished, but I thought maybe I could post the ones I do have, considering they r almost complete. The design is supposed to be little slime globs that, thru the power of metamorphosis, change into more humanoid slimes, to take on a more battle suited role. All their names r color based, and the bosses have RPG Class Titles as well. Their Playstyle is a bit of a weird one. I wanted to make them flexible like slime is, but didn't know how to do that. That is, until I saw Which Starling, which gave me the idea for a Playstyle that focuses on versatility. You see, much like Which Starling, zone placement matters when u r playing Proteans. Each non boss monster gains certain effects, depending on which MMZ they r in. The bosses have some column play, and support adjacent monsters. The higher level bosses have additional effects that they gain if they sit above a Spell or Trap card. Also, these guys r a Ritual Archetype. All the bosses r Ritual Monsters, while the non bosses, r regular monsters. Anyway, without further ado, the "Protean" archetype! (Or at least what I have of it so far):
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