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What does this stand for?

Post  ScottStebbs on 2012-02-20, 04:51

Okay i have noticed a lot of words that I have never seen used before or just words that don't make sense to me in YGO. I would appreciate for my sake and for others who are also ignorant on this subject for some help to make sure my lingo in this strange game is accurate.
So just post often used words/slang for me to make a list as a reference:
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  kangtuji on 2012-02-20, 05:56

netdecker = cheater, brainles, unoriginal,
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  DefiniteOtaku on 2012-02-20, 05:58

kangtuji wrote:Kaiba = cheater
Zombie Boy = brainless
Jaden = unoriginal

Fix'd
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  kangtuji on 2012-02-20, 06:05

Actually it was Yugi, the one for cheater

Kaiba only screwing rules
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  Dart on 2012-02-20, 06:10

kangtuji = Annoying complainer that turns every thread into a netdecking discussion calling everything but a 60 >=Lv 5 normal monster cards deck a netdeck.
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  MrChillmatic on 2012-02-20, 06:25

- Dump : Send a card to the grave.
- Scoop : Forfeit the game.
- Sac (or sack) : Tribute a monster.
- Suicide : Attack a stronger or equal stenght monster.
- 1 for 1 : Said about a card that gives you a +0 card advantage like MST, Smashing Ground, Reinforcement of the Army when used.
- Swarm : The quick and rapid process of summoning a lot of monsters in a short period.
- Bounce : Return a card to the hand/extra deck.
- Pitch / Ditch : Discarding a card for a cost or effect.
- Pop : Destroy a card using an effect like MST, Inzektor Hornet.
- Spin : Return a card to the top of the deck.
- Poke : Inflicting direct damage.
- Mill : Sending cards from the top of the deck to the graveyard. Lighstworn specialises in milling.
- Floater : A monster that replaces itself when leaving the field or destroyed. A good example is Tengu.
- Topdecking : The card you draw when you ahve no hand and/or field an can change the game.
- Lucksack : Like topdecking, although it can be considered as a derogatery term. Drawing a BLS, JD and Dark Hole when you need it is a lucksack.
- Nerf : A card who's effect was made worse when it was ported from the anime/manga to the IRL card game. Card Car D for example was nerfed.
- Vanila : Normal monster.
- Overextending : Playing a lot of monsters/spells at one and risking to see them destroyed.
- Field Cleaner : Cards like Dark Hole, Heavy Storm and Black Rose Dragon with the potential to clean the field by destroying a lot of cards.
- Searcher : A monster that searches another one (search means summon/add to hand) when it's condition is met. Examples include Mystic Tomato and Sangan.
- Stalling : Used to gain time / prevent damage until you can set your plays. Major stall cards include Marshmallon and Swords of Revealing Light.
- Cookie Cutter : A deck made from splashable cards that are considered good but doesn't have the same theme.
- Splashable cards : Cards that can be played in multiple decks. Some can be considered as staples. Splashable cards include Effect Veiler and Maxx "C".
- Staples : Cards that go well in most if not every deck. Staples are cards like Monster Reborn, Dark Hole, Heavy Storm.
- Dead Draw : Are cards that can be bad to have in hand at certain moments or are better off in the deck like the Vanilla monsters in a rabbit deck or drawing a tengu when you have one on the field.
- Mirror Match : Both players playing the same deck/archetype. GK's vs GK's is a mirror match.
- Beatstick : A monster with high attack power used to attack. His job is to destroy monsters and inflict heavy damage. Beast King Barbaros (+Skill Drain) is a beatstick.
- Deck thinning : Cards that reduce your deck size to give you more chance to access the cards you want. Draw cards and monsters like Thunder Dragon are deck thinners.
- Wall : A monster with high defense used to block attacks. D-HERO Defender is a wall.
- Meta : The state of the game and the decks that are the most used. Meta decks can include rabbit, Wind-Up, TG, Inzektors..
- Netdecker : Used to desribe copying someone else deck without putting your input on it or make changes. Netdecker is used as an insult.
- BKSS : Because Konami Said So. Referred to rulings that contradicts other or that might not make any sense.
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  kangtuji on 2012-02-20, 06:49

mod = momods = moderator = a tyrant, if they say A, you have to say A... otherwise they'll use trap
admin = a higher tyrant, never accept any suggestion if that person position is lower than mod

BLS = Black Luster Soldier

LS = Luck(y) Swarmer
JD = Autolose, OR opp autoquit when you sucessfully counter it ( same goes as other autopilots deck)
GB = Gang-Bang, a kind of type certain monster, after one finished, other will coming after with multiplying
GK = Grave Keepers
TT = Torrential Tribute
CoTH = Call of The Haunter
BTH = Bottomless Trap Hole
BRD = Black Rose Dragon !
SD = StarDust

CL1 = Chain Link 1
CL2 = Chain Link 2
CL3 = Chain Link 3
CL4 = Chain Link 4
CL5 = Chain Link 5
CL6 = Chain Link 6
CL7 = Chain Link 7
CL8 = Chain Link 8

Fuse = Fusion
Sync = Syncrho
XYZ = Exceed
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Re: What does this stand for?

Post  enmanuel7 on 2012-02-20, 10:34

kangtuji wrote:mod = momods = moderator = a tyrant, if they say A, you have to say A... otherwise they'll use trap
admin = a higher tyrant, never accept any suggestion if that person position is lower than mod

+1 not all of them but it is true
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