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InsaneBoredGame joined on Aug 26th, 2010, since that has made 815 posts that are still accessible today, 15 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, InsaneBoredGame has given 1004 upvotes, and was last online on Mar 11th, 2014.
Totally doing this tournament thing. Are we submitting decks beforehand like last time?
It's not that people don't play yugioh, it's just that the competitive scene/the current meta is ridiculously hard to get into.
Like a few months ago, everything was Dragons. E-Drags were as broken as fuck and mixing it up with dragunities/blue eyes/lightpulsar/metal dragon made it even worse.
But now, the low level dragons are banned, with the high level ones and ravine getting limited in the January 2014 ban list. Cards aren't cheap and the current meta changes so fast that people don't think it's worth it.
In short, people still play, it's just more online nowadays.
Made one. Username is monopolys.
@Lumiex Maldolches? They're pretty cool. I don't play them cause too much reading involved.
It's 3:30 am. I forgot to eat dinner. Why are you all the way downstairs? Seriously, I'm covered in three blankets and freezing.
If we're talking about the US, major child labor laws didn't go into effect till the Great Depression. Not cause of any moral standards (not saying that there weren't ethics based organizations against it, they just weren't very effective before) but cause adults couldn't get jobs.
The cheap labor thing comes into effect here, too. Why should you hire an adult obligated to provide for their family when children are much cheaper?
Screw balanced teams, I'm putting in a ton of fire types.
Excuse you, but all the kid shows told me to be myself. What's this "nice" bullshit?
@Maudia Who knows? Maybe it'll get more apparent once you get out of your twenties.
If an INFJ is fighting for something, this is because they believe in the idea itself, not because of some selfish reason.
I can understand why it's so rare, though. The idea of someone fighting only for what they believe in and not switching around viewpoints to suit their own goals is pretty jarring. Almost creepy even.
If this is your actual personality type, I am more than a bit scared of you.
Or, yknow, you could venture outside of anime/manga into stuff like superhero comics (especially DC Comics) where this stuff is ridiculously common.