game 1: http://www.sendspace.com/file/i0qvw3
game 2: http://www.sendspace.com/file/yfnwqa
game 3: invalidated
single game: http://www.sendspace.com/file/f7fgea
Match Duel: Hieratic OTK vs. Chain Energy
Match: 0/10 points
Match Deck Construction: 16/20 points
Match Performance: 22/25 points
Notes on Performance and Deck:
game 1: Reckless Greed; not as good as Cardcar D. Reckless, especially in
a test where OTK isn't allowed, can ruin your chance to recover from a field wipe.
Most Hieratic players favor Cardcar D over Reckless for draw, as it couples with
Tragoedia nicely. Turn 7; could have attacked.
game 2: sided in Dust Tornados to remove my static effects.Good move. Opened
Gorz and set a bluff face down. This effectively gave you no way to recover.
game 3: pulled off OTK when rules state no OTK decks. Hieratics can do non
OTK control combos, but it's apparent by the plays that this build is geared
heavily towards OTK. Unfortunately, I must invalidate the match. I will still give
score for construction and performance, but be wary as I will not extend this
grace a second time.
Single Duel: Destiny Hieratic vs. Banish Keepers
Single: 5/5 Points
Single Deck Construction: 20/20
Single Performance: 15/15
Notes on Performance and Deck: No noteable misplays. The deck did what
it needed to do for the situation. Kudos on the Doomcaliber Knight as tech.
Points will be docked, however, for having 2 similar decks, with partial credit
being given for the different tech.
Overall Attitude: 2/2 Points
Different Decks: 3/5 Points
Grand Total: 83/100
Other Notes: All in all, I was really impressed with how smoothly you handled my Chain Energy deck. Even
had you not OTK'd me, you would have probably won. I would have had to draw a board clearer in order
to get around your monsters effectively, or else a fiendish chain to stop your Scrap Dragon.
Good job with both decks, and pay a little more attention to detail, so I can put you in Obelisk Blue
or Horahkty Gold next time.
You will be assigned to Ra Yellow Dorm. Congratulations.