Friday, March 27, 2009

From the Gauntlet-Aggro Decks

"Hey guys! Welcome back to From the Gauntlet, your one stop shop for all your chaotic strategy needs! This will be part one of a three part series where I am going to explore the three major deck types in the metagame. Those of you who are familiar with other card games might have heard these terms before, but that doesn’t make them any less relevant when it comes to Chaotic. Over the next three weeks, I will talk about aggro, combo, and control decks. This week will focus on one of the most popular of the deck types: the aggro deck...."

To check out the whole article, check it out here :):

http://www.tcdop.com/chaotic/article/29

6 comments:

Heptad14 said...

Wow occasus great article I just noticed I use the same kind of battle straitgy as you LOL anyways once again great acticle it can really help new players

Anonymous said...

Great job! I am kind of an aggro player, or at least when I use my UnderWorlders!

Most of my decks focus on either High fire (UW) or never ending assult with water and earth (Danians, and it never ends with fliandar!)

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Occasus said...

Danians are a good tribe, as long as you can use them in the right way :). To be honest, I have never battled a Filandar, so I couldn't comment on that PC :P.

Anonymous said...

Hey Occasus, relay a message to the mods asking them to add in their Rule Change Section of TCDOP ruling on end of turn as well as stacking abilities. I just came from the forums and there are a ton of questions regarding cards such as Dror'niq who's ability is terribly unclear.

Anonymous said...

Right now, Fliandar is bugged, and that is why you probaly haven't faced him. His ability disinfects, and activates hive, but doesn't heal him.

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caliburman1 said...

no offense, but yeah-- eeeverybody has a quick copy of Heptadd's crown, and a pair of purifying mud, AND a Dannian Queen lying around...

Occasus, if I could make a suggestion, could you help out the players with less of a... proffesional selection? see, all the decks that you post about have at least a super- or ultra-rare a two... or three. sure, your aggro decks boasts simplcity, but how many people that choose to play simple have the cards to play this deck?