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  1. I like this idea, it's different and interesting, not just the same deck used over and over again. I'm not sure it would work constantly, but it seemes pretty solid

  2. Lol! By NO means is this a consistent winning deck! Heck, you can totally get hosed on the initial shuffle to where even the weakest deck wipes you out in three. But when you do get that shuffle, and you meet that opponent who unknowingly DIDN'T get that shuffle - that's when this deck rocks in ways that few others can.

  3. High Energy week's or Paleo - that's this deck's big weakness's. But you wanna run something different, that WILL make your opponents do that "in disbelief" fast blinking thing with their eyes - run this deck. At the very least, if they sweep you in three, you always get a "Good game", "Great Deck" from you opponent.

  4. Someone earlier said they opened 750k worth of packs before they got Shingami...

  5. Even this week with it's wonked energy rules? (Which I love, cause it kills the decks your talking about? Week's like these I run an inflation deck and it grinds those decks to death?)

  6. I spent so far around 240k and pulled 4 limleg's myself, all lesser ones of course, but nice to get anyways... (And nice non were dupes!)

  7. So I guess wayyyyy undervalued Exomoon? It doesn't seem that hot of a card...but I've now traded 1x1 for a Decimation and then a Shi tzu (the expensive doggie limleg) - and peeps wouldn't even talk to you unless you came at them crazzy overpaying for either of those 2 cards..

  8. You can have a deck that is entirely Exploring The Stars cards except for for the three Moon in Motion cards. In that case you would play this card and get 420 worth of power ( I think ). So that’s a lot for just 6 energy.

  9. Wow! Yeah that is pretty awesome - but does sound kinda niche. So maybe just happy quinka-dink I ran into the two dudes earnest on building a specialied deck.

  10. Its not odd, you're just unlucky. The chances are low, but not impossible.

  11. I kinda wonder, just for giggles I tried it 2 more times, 2 more Barnstorming's...7 Barnstorming's - In a row, separated by 5 days, with many other packs being bought in-between?

  12. Err, 8!! (Forgot, I unloaded one real quick - finally traded my first, err now that I remember, second one today!)

  13. I'm going to answer your question honestly. This is going to be a long answer. I'm going to make the case on why Imax 3D is worth for all blockbuster movies. First any Imax 3D movie you go to is going to be the highest price of any movie ticket. Not only does 3D cost more but this movie will have a block buster price add on for about the first 3 weeks. However your local Imax theater my not play Imax 3D after the second week. Imax blockbuster movies can rotate out to a new released movie and Imax 3D movies can rotate back to 2D in the afternoons after the second week. My local Imax is at CMX Lakeside Village 18 in Lakeland,FL. I have been there to see movies in both Imax 2D and Imax 3D. I seen Doctor Strange and the Multiverse, Jurassic World and Thor Love and Thunder all in Imax 3D format. I also seen DSatM in 2D. I honestly think Imax 3D is just so good in quality. No matter the 3D movie I have watched. I am movie goer buff. You can tell by, I do pay for the best movie experience I can get when it comes to block buster movies. However I haven't done a dbox movie yet. That is only a movement of the chair and nothing do do the screen image format. I have been to 2 Dolby Cinemas which don't have 3D formats. If you don't think my answer is in favor of you going to see this movie in Imax 3D. Dolby Cinema would be my first choice format because of the feel of the recliners that have a built in transducer. With Dolby Atmos Ceiling Speakers. Imax 2D would be my second choice. Now back to 3D movies I don't experience any headaches or any other made up stuff about 3D complaints. Here's the real deal on that. I think people watch 3D movies without the glasses on for most of it or maybe only where them for the first 5-15 minutes and only then complain about getting headaches but they will never tell you honestly did they remove their glasses to get those headaches and they gripe about about getting them online! When you remove the 3D glasses the image is blurred. So can't wear glasses for an extended period of time. Watching a blurry movie is not recommended and not enjoyable. Keep the glasses on and you get the normal vision. With no issues. Imax glasses are comfortable while watching long movies. They and not that dark. It's has a little tint but doesn't interfere with the movie contrast in brightness or the colors from the Imax 3D lenses. They are made different than RealD glasses in how they polarized. Here's why 3D is much better than 2D movies. No matter where you sit you feel like your closer to the screen. This appearance makes the screen the perception it's just a few feet away. I usually sit in the middle for the best viewing. I like sitting close but not so close I have to look up, and not so far back I that I don't feel close to being near screen for best viewing either. Plus 3D imagining makes the pictures way cooler than standard 2D. When I watch 3D movies I like it when objects or people appear to be off the screen than how objects and people look on a flat 2D movie screen. I also like seeing more 3D objects coming directly at you in action movies. It's so fast the movie scenes change quickly to almost not notice it. From 3D I think you get more bokeh effects in the background in 3D this also helps objects being shown in 3D defining the foreground from the background. I noticed this in Doctor Strange in the Apartment scene. Since I actually do go to Imax 3D movies and RealD movies. I go for the movie whole experience and to me 3D is not a gimmick. It's another way to experience a movie by having visual effects come off the screen to be in front you than just a flat screen with 2D. Having been to Imax 3D and RealD movies. I like 3D movies whether the movie is good or bad in term of story lines and the characters. I saw Lightyear in Real D and that was cool. In both story telling and with being formatted in 3D. The critics bashed how bad it and mainly that was about that it didn't have Tim Allan as Buzz. They totally missed how go it was in story telling. Disney and Pixar did an excellent job of getting an animated film in 3D. Of course you can't tell by anyone's real answer if they just didn't like Thor L&T movie at all. I did also liked Thor in Imax 3D. I didn't feel it like a waist of my money either from my movie going experience it was worth the price I paid for it. not only the movie it self, I also liked in Imax 3D format and I did not notice any shakey camera images. Funny, as many 3D movies I have seen I never witnessed it in either in Imax 3D or RealD. When I watch any 3D movie I can still say that one scene was dumb or that line was dumb but with 3D imagining can take a bad movie well that looked really cool how that image you just saw looked really cool. See this is how you experience a 3D movie can you watch it and go that was so cool. So do both watch Wakanda Forever in Imax 3D. It will be close to a $20 ticket and then go back after the blockbuster rates are over and see it in 2D. This way when you watch it in 2D you can go I remember that object coming off the screen or I remember how these people appeared off screen. Also with Imax 3D and RealD these movies will only have afternoon showtimes because the prime time showings are in Imax 2D. When attendance is way higher than 3D. One other thing these people don't tell you when you visit an Imax movie. The screen size is way bigger than a 2D regular movie screen you will have a Dolby Atmos sound system not found in the smaller regular theaters. So Imax movies will have a better visual and sound quality experience. The other thing Imax theater does better at. It will also have better seating with rocking chairs or you can simple lean back back on. Unlike a Dolby Cinema recliner you can't recline but Imax theaters has better comfort than a typical stadium chair. Thanks for reading and I hope I helped why Imax 3D is so much better. If you sit next to a family and you hear a kid say out loud Wow! That's cool Part of going to a 3D movie is hear other People's reaction to their first 3D experience. Never once will you ever hear from a 3D patron that just walked out of a 3D movie that movie movie was a gimmick to watch. Because like I said if it's done right on the screen it makes people and things look really cool from off the screen. Your experience is going to be a positive one.

  14. Heh, if your a movie goer like you say you are...lol, get ready - d-box is going to open up movies for you in a whole new way. It add's a level of immersion that transforms you movie going experience to something better than a Disneyland ride. It creates what I call "indelible movie memories" - movies with d-box create an experience you'll remember for the rest of your life. (If it's a good movie for d-box to work with tho. Believe or not, so formula it hurt movie Hobbs & Shaw was absolutely brilliant on d-box, but incredible super sequel Infinity War (that last Thanos movie) - absolute shite d-box movie))

  15. No, I'm totally not into a D Box movie going experience. My coworker is when he has the time to go to the Lakeside 18 just to do it. I'm just an IMAX, IMAX 3D, Real D and Dolby Cinema as my ultimate movie goer experience, other than those 3 formats it's just the Standard 2D movie. I have only been to one Real D Movies this year. I have my own personal reasons for this but part of it is theater related and just isn't for me. For the local theater that has it's just not worth my overall expense budget.

  16. Aww that sucks. Especially so cause it's partially because of the theater. That makes my disdain for subpar theatres all the more vile. That industry, especially right now, customer is king, and any that haven't clued into that need to go bye bye. True that, D-box is NOT cheap. I'm especially blessed with where I live, there's a citywide "Bargain Price Tuesday" (yeah, EVERY theatre, every movie (regular ofc) EVERY showing (regular ofc), $8 - so D-box 3d is just $15 that day, mucho better than the 25.50 full adult fare!) So it makes D-box affordable for me. And D-box on an giant Atmos screen (which is almost IMAX sized I do believe?) is pretty dang impressive. But yeah, gotta deal with the theatres ya got, I hear ya on that.. But maybe offer a lil prayer someone builds the theatre multiplex of your dreams a block away? (=

  17. As someone else said elsewhere, "I would hit my trade button so hard my phone would crack'...

  18. 2 more cards - Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab... Tho no consolation I know, but it's better than 1?

  19. Yeah I don't think a fabriege egg deck is gonna make the 1k club 🤣

  20. Supposedly there is a "pity timer" that exists that gives you a Limleg when you spend "around" 200k on packs in one continue pack buying spree.

  21. One of the strengths of the Roman catalogue is the fact SOOO many of the cards buff "Roman" cards... So the more Roman cards you have, the more buffs you'll score...All cards buffing all cards! (Well not maybe all...)

  22. TO maybe getcha going in the right direction, here's write up's on 2 different deck's you could start building towards -

  23. And of course building a Sue Black deck is an excellent starter deck too, probably the easiest deck in CUE to build (just do a search for Sue Black in CUE)

  24. I'd pull the trigger too. He could have asked for another Lim leg - so I'd say it's a good trade for you...

  25. That is sad to hear. Now you spent at least $230k before switching to a different pack? (I've always started with 230k and got the pity LL)Sometimes you have to spend a little bit more than 200k to get the pity Limleg...

  26. So ALL of that is from a total of three 200k runs, 600k total (actually only spent 543k total).

  27. Yeah, but unless it's from one of your friends - you'll be old and grey before you'll ever find anyone who'll just 1:1 it with a stranger. Name recognition alone dictates it'll probably always go 2:1 with a stranger. It's its own deck type!.

  28. Shin Tzu, Basset Hound, Doge, Poodle Moth, Jack Russel Terrier, Corgi, Cavall.

  29. Wot? I haven't heard about this one.....so your saying, theoretically, that if you spent 650k on coin packs (just like if u spend 200k to get the pity limleg) you get a mythic?

  30. Well as it worked out, I said no! Arch might be mega, but 2 of them limleg's are proven "will be missed' winner's and I just don't wanna pay that high a price. Arch will come again, and it will be for a price I can live with!!! Anthro has won me so many matches, even post-nerf (pre-nerf, beyond incredible, amazing the difference 15 pts makes)...

  31. Shame it's not a common or rare card....(especially common!). Roman keg be a mighty high scoring keg...heh

  32. I did see that after I ranted 😂 but it'd be nice if CUE could tweak that to be either more specific about that whole deal or maybe give an actual warning when you've done too many uneven trades, where in doing it too much more will have a consequence. An actual hard line instead of the really ambiguous notification that it is now. Maybe the recipient of an uneven trade could get a notification to let them know it's uneven and double check before accepting?

  33. Or maybe they could just change the wording a little! Instead of, "Bad trade for you"or "your gonna screw them" warnings that pop up - why not just make them general warnings "Trade involves cards of different rarities, proceed?". "One for four, that's okay?". "Four for one, that's cool?. Confirm we know it's a different situation, rather than attempt to find wrong where there is none.

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