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Post by Anime Girl References on Wed Sep 12, 2012 3:34 pm

Explanation:

"Send the top X cards of your deck to the Graveyard." <-> "Mill X cards from the top of your deck."

"When a card(s) is sent from your deck to the Graveyard:" <-> "When a card(s) is milled from your deck:"

"Select X cards that were sent from the top of your deck to the Graveyard:" <-> "Select X cards that were milled from your deck:"


Is there any way to make this work? I like the shortened version.

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Post by Seattleite on Wed Sep 12, 2012 3:37 pm

I presented this in my CC thread with this card:

Abstract Algorithm
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Each time a monster is sent to the graveyard, the owner returns card from the bottom of their Graveyard to the bottom of their Deck equal to its level. Each time a monster is summoned, the controller must mill a number of cards equal to its level.


I think since "top of the deck" is so common, I would like this:


"Send the top X cards of your deck to the Graveyard." <-> "Mill X cards."

I suppose the same terminology could work for the other two? Just without the "from your deck"


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Post by CNo.101 S.H.Death Knight on Wed Sep 12, 2012 4:29 pm

eh, this just felt awkward, i'm just in stating it but not writing it in a card and that just me.

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Post by Ash on Thu Sep 13, 2012 1:08 am

Mill is itself sending cards from the top of your deck, anything else would remain as "send x from your Deck to your Graveyard". Or I guess "send x card/s from the bottom of your Deck to your Graveyard" but it's awkward enough that they still require clarification.

Am in favour of using Mill as terminology, but I feel the "from the top of your Deck"/ "from your Deck" is unnecessary since it means the exact same. Mill is self-explanatory.

So I guess I'm in the "Mill X cards." park for this.

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Post by AsianGuy1137 on Sun Oct 14, 2012 4:20 am

Slowly but surely, LCCG is transitioning into Magic-style text. Which is a good thing, Magic is so much less convoluted and all their keywords actually mean something unlike YuGiOh where half of the new introduced mechanics (e.g. LV, Union, etc...) are close to completely useless.

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