Diabolic Esper wrote: “i really really really really wish that there was something i could say that would make you instantly make you an amazing duellist but i just can't do that
i guess all i can say is that your a great guy and i hope you'll start playing again ,, in time”
I do still duel, when i said ive stopped dueling that just means ive stopped doing ba's, tournaments, and pretty much dueling anyone in this forum. Its the only way to get better. I'll start dueling you guys again when i get my decks to savage level.”
Ok homie, I'll tell you my experiences when it comes to these kinds of things since I, myself, is currently going to places playing at YCS and Regional levels shit. If you want to get better, quitting and going haitus for a couple of days is NOT gonna solve anything. You sitting there thinking of ideas by yourself won't help you know what are your problems. You may think you know, but there could be others that notice something that you probable haven't realized . Reasons it won't work cuz others aren't gonna stay with the same build forever. They gonna get better cuz they will continue dueling and learn new tricks while you just sit there thinking how you can fool them with their past builds. We are in a stage when we are about 2 weeks in and people are still adjusting to the new format. Interesting deck builds are popping up and topping and you gonna come back and get savage on some new stuff. The only way you get better is continuing dueling and seek help from others. See what ideas they have for you and accept those that you think will help you. Better yet, if you have the funds, go find a game store that does yugioh tournaments. Test out your deck there and see how it does in actual competitive field. Not saying DA is not competitive enough, but you can see and hear instant responses instead of waiting for one on a post. Come on, it's basic knowledge. Like almost every damn couch in a high school sports movie say, "Practice makes it better". I'm not trying to inspire you to come back playing, but I'm just pointing out some reality that you must have to know.
So if you want to get better then here is the list so you can try to follow:
1. Continue playing
2. seek advice from others
3. watch duels, either from in person, on DN, or youtube videos so you can learn combos for your deck or other decks to know their combos and weaknesses.
The choice is yours so no pressure. Damn I post the longest shits sometimes.