Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - Keith0913832

Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 ... 13
Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Virtual DataBase? or Search engine?
« on: December 02, 2017, 07:14:39 AM »
I get what you are saying, but i don't think anyone is that organised to indicate exactly which pdf file Heyman Interferes is in. Solutions provided previously are all very useful, but on top of that, another powerful search engine would be the wonderful by-product of Velacards' virtual printing. You can now search the card by name on the website, and it will tell you which expansion it belongs to and superstar if any. Its sort of like the search tool in TCO, but with visual aid!

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: holiday set 2017
« on: November 30, 2017, 07:58:33 AM »
Teasers teasers.... Revving everyone up!

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Revolution Extremely Popular With The Peeps!
« on: November 27, 2017, 06:37:35 PM »
That's gd to know! Seems like a gd combo with innovative violence 😏

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: holiday set 2017
« on: November 27, 2017, 07:57:53 AM »
got it :) just trying my luck haha.

looking forward to the NXT superstars too, especially the tag teams!

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: holiday set 2017
« on: November 27, 2017, 07:38:59 AM »
can we expect any revo related goodies in this expansion or the next?

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Revolution Extremely Popular With The Peeps!
« on: November 26, 2017, 07:15:15 PM »
Follow up qn, for the 2nd para, it says: you may play this card from Ringside, and when successfully played, put up to 1 non-Superstar-specific 4D- card from his Ring to his Ringside.

My qn is if I were to play this from backlash, can I move my opponent's card as well? Or only when this antic is played from ringside.


Tournament Reports / SG VR Survivor Series 2017 Personal Results
« on: November 26, 2017, 07:25:01 AM »
Results can be found,17550.0.html

In general, I felt that this tournament was the best out of the recent cycles. The ideas floating around was both well polished and refreshing, and everyone bought their A game without making the thing too tensed. 7 people tournament was a comfortable size for round robin and we completed out 6 games in little over 2 hours. Congrats to Calvin for being the champ and taking home an alt art full set Rey Mysterio. Daniel came in close at 2nd place, earning him a alt art full Ric Flair set. This was Calvin's 2nd tourney only and he managed to claw up from a 0-5 score from VR TLC to a 4-2 score this time round. Daniel also came out strong, improving from a 1-6 score in April to a 4-2 score this time round. Congrats to both!

I went with a Great Khali deck, which I was determined to make it work after I failed terribly last cycle with a 0-5 score. This time round I did 3-3, which isnt so bad, considering Khali storyline as a weaker ability of the 2.

Great Khali (P) vs Jerishow
This was an interesting match because both decks utilised Ring Pyschology: Leg as the main tactic. Luckily, I was able to get fort early on in the game, while locking him with several One Solutions. Once I got him stuck in 3 to 6F, I went in hard with Khali's Colossals and that cleared out his hand, AND his ring. Valiant effort and minor comeback from desperate Assault and some Double Leg Lock Crabs protected by 4ever: No Mercy, but it was too late as I out-legged Calvin for this game. Still, he managed to top the tourney. Congrats for improving from last in the previous tourney to becoming the champ!

Great Khali (P) vs Shawn Michaels
This was another exciting match because it was one of the games that I everything about my Khali stall deck came into play. Khali started off slow while Shawn came in with maneuver after maneuver. But the recovery of Khali allowed him to outlast Shawn. Started the game with a Scissors Hold, pinned Shawn with a Scissors Hold with 2 cards in arsenal.

Great Khali (P) vs Elijah Burke
Both being a recovery deck, we both knew speed had to come into play, and we tried to get as much damage in as possible. My Double Leg Lock Crab and his Colossals went head to head. Luckily, I managed to hit in a series of momentum to thin down his arsenal. Chop block > momentum-ed Working On The Knee, momentum-ed Powerful and Devastating. As I knew he was playing extremes, I purposely kept Arms Raised In Triumph which makes opponent overturn 7. I bide my time and managed to get him to 6 cards, and hit a well timed reversal to win a hard fought match.

Great Khali  vs Kofi Kingston (P)
This game was the direct opposite of the game with Shawn, where everything didnt work as planned. Kofi literally drew 2 second sols and 3 One Sols, pretty much locking me for early game. There wasn't much mid game either since his Inverted Body Blocks and specific pre-match allowed him to recover as much as possible. But then again, Kofi had an array of maneuvers that I wouldnt have been able to predict anyway. Good game!

Great Khali  vs Hulk Hogan (P)
We play-tested multiple times and I have went up against a few Hulk Hogans including my own version, but none as annoyingly powerful as this Hogan. His ability to search for Antics and Cores allow him to connect momentum cards together, since as Cinch It In and Arm Breakers. What really stood out was the use of the 8F antics that does not allow opponent to play cards during his own turn, effectively making him overturn 6. That was Khali's weakness because he cannot reverse that rule, and he got chopped down turn after turn. No Big Boot, no leg drop, just aggression rule.

Great Khali  vs Rey Mysterio (P)
Play-test and this game didnt differ much. Three to Get Ready was the key to success for this Rey storyline deck. She just needed to get to 15F, and the momentum-ed superkicks just rain in. But revo is not just about repetitions and you must always have a plan B. So instead of using her 3rd Superkick on me knowing that I shuffled a 2nd Sol (wanted to reverse any core) or You Telegraphed it (not enough fort for Inertia), she hit a well timed Rey-Rey Bulldog to finish me off.

Virtual Raw Deal / Revolution Extremely Popular With The Peeps!
« on: November 25, 2017, 10:33:02 PM »
Revolution Extremely Popular With The Peeps!
Mid-match Antic: Follow-up: Maneuver
Requirement: Revolution WWE's Extremely Charismatic Wrestlers is in your Ring
End your turn.  During your opponent's next 2 turns, reduce the number of cards drawn from his maneuvers and antics to 0.
When your logo is on Revolution WWE's Extremely Charismatic Wrestlers: you may play this card from Ringside, and when successfully played, put up to 1 non-Superstar-specific 4D- card from his Ring to his Ringside.
F: 15     D: 0     Unique

Can the above remove a revo Pre-match since they don't have damage printed on them?

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Where is Malenko's Bow & Arrow?
« on: November 25, 2017, 07:40:35 PM »
Thanks creed

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Where is Malenko's Bow & Arrow?
« on: November 25, 2017, 09:45:05 AM »
Hi, just wondering if anyone follow-uped on this.


Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: November 21, 2017, 08:55:56 AM »
Huge update for tourney 4 results, tourney 5 details, and most importantly, end cycle prizes!

Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: November 18, 2017, 10:02:47 AM »
Heads-up that tourney is scheduled for tmr! All the best to participants, and new or interested players feel free to drop by! Free lucky draw and door gifts to give away for tourney participants.

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Where is Malenko's Bow & Arrow?
« on: November 17, 2017, 08:55:45 PM »
Noted thanks! Semi-glad that I don't have to change my glasses haha

Virtual Raw Deal / Re: Where is Malenko's Bow & Arrow?
« on: November 17, 2017, 07:58:16 PM »
Yeah it's definitely part of V8. But I spent bout 20min looking through all the 5 files, can't seem to find it in any. 

Virtual Raw Deal / Where is Malenko's Bow & Arrow?
« on: November 17, 2017, 07:14:40 PM »
Anyone can tell me exactly which file to download the above card? Can't seem to find it in any of the 5 support docs.


Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: November 09, 2017, 08:20:58 AM »
details for next tourney up! Do drop by and have a look if you haven't done so yet!

Tournament Reports / SG VR TLC 2017 personal report
« on: October 29, 2017, 09:51:31 AM »
Staying true to the 'extreme" nature of the pay per view, I decided to run a Matt Hardy as a challenge. I actually raised up a thread to ask for feedback of how it can be built but there wasn't any response so I just went with my original play of depending on double leg lock crabs and playing all the extreme follow-ups. Didn't work out for most matches, and when it did,  it only happened nearing the end, or it just didn't go through entirely.

Game 1: vs Tajiri
Play tested before, and I switched up my arsenal cards a little, especially my choice of follow-ups. But Tajiri pushed real hard on the kicks and the lack of core reversals sealed the deal for a fast game under 10min.


Game 2: vs Tazz
Made this deck, knew exactly how it's gonna play out. But unexpectedly I faired better than the previous games because I managed to get a few moves in. The multiple antic reversals and the lack of double leg lock crabs in hand and backlash once again proved to be the key to stopping my Matt Hardy. Both players actually had less than 10 cards in arsenal.


Game 3: vs Kurt Angle
Formed this deck for a new player so I roughly knew what to expect, but I certainly didn't expect to be trashed real hard. The antic and the smart use of Singapore cane and Kurt antic was mean, and even I didn't have that in mind when I did the deck. Kudos to KM for thinking about that!


Game 4: vs Rey Mysterio
For once, I got off to a good start with maneuvers actually going in successfully. But Rey's mini core maneuvers really pushed the limits of Matt. High level game play, exploiting the use of my double leg lock crab drawing to get reversals while thinning my deck, 1 short arm clothesline and back fist at a time. Luck seemed to be on my side as I did managed to reverse using Hardy's bulldog and Side effect. But the rey reversal just puts us back to square 1. Wasn't able to continue my assault further and got crushed. Still, I went out of the game my way, choosing to self pin with aggression rule.


Game 5: vs Sabu
This victory was not deserving because I had to go against  new player and his own deck. Matt's deck did what it was intended to do, quickly hitting in Homicidal lunge, followed by flying Forearm and a matt's Moonsault. It didn't help especially that at the end of turn 3 or 4, I had all 3 2nd sol and 2 1st sol either in my ring or in hand. Sabu did have a good comeback after I ran out of reversals for desperate. But fort built was too slow for Sabu while Matt was way ahead of the curve. Managed to pin with an Inverted Body Block. Intense and close game, but I truly applaud Calvin N for his efforts!


Overall, really appreciate how new players put in the effort to come by, learn and attempt at playing their own decks. It's this sort of spirit that truly captures the emotions and meaning of the game. Sometimes it's not just the victories and loses, but the people that make each game so much more enjoyable. Matt Hardy still seems to be a difficult superstar to play, but at least I can strike him off my list for now! Will I revisit the deck? Maybe. As the saying goes, never say never!

Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: October 29, 2017, 09:18:22 AM »
Certainly. The removal of heel, face, smackdown, raw, run-ins, foreign objects, various types of pre-match and most importantly simplified texts really makes the game smoother without changing much of the gaming aspects, less the higher dependence on luck. Afterall, a 26min pre-match phase certain doesn't reflect what a normal match would look like if you know what I mean ;)

The quick pace of the game is much easier for the brain as well. No one really wants to seat through an hour long game, just to go into another. We actually completed our tourney in 2hrs, slightly longer than usual because we guided the 2 new players. Personally my games lasted 10 to 15min tops.

All in all, its a change in pace as compared to VC and C, but its also a refreshing format to take a break with. My friends and I usually use revo format as the 'resting' format after 1 or 2 VC games, just so we don't get too bored with a single format.

Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: October 29, 2017, 08:13:54 AM »
Yet another successful Revo tourney. Big welcome to 2 new players! Congrats to Sheila for having a clean sweep today, and also Joewi for winning the lucky draw of Alt Art New Breed faction. As usual, everyone walked away with a doorgift, a New Breed Unleashed!

Hope to see more players in the next tournaments! Prizes for end cycle tourney is being decided and will be announced soon!

Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: October 24, 2017, 06:26:57 AM »
Last minute bump for this Sunday's Virtual Revo tourney! Lucky draw, door gifts and top prize(s)  to be given away:)

General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Xavier Woods plays Raw Deal
« on: October 22, 2017, 07:01:22 AM »

Congrats on roping him in successfully! Care to reveal more details of his reaction? probably his comments on the game or any future plans?

I think Lita has a gd chance since she can search arsenal for maneuvers, so technically she can play something every turn. -5F is a bonus too. She doesn't need to chain things off, and still have reasonable support to make sure her maneuvers go through. Otherwise it would be quite disappointing to have 0 maneuvers in ring at the end of a game. Flaunt and Xtreme Thong should help her along just fine.

General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Xavier Woods plays Raw Deal
« on: October 13, 2017, 06:07:32 PM »
I would say we are gd. Just scattered because everyone is on different levels. Some play casual some play competitive. Some only want to play classic, but others will to try vc and revo.

General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Xavier Woods plays Raw Deal
« on: October 12, 2017, 07:40:08 PM »
Fantastic initiative! All the best:) but it's gonna be awhile before they visit Singapore though haha!

General Discussion: Raw Deal / <R> Matt Hardy help
« on: October 10, 2017, 09:47:25 AM »
Hi guys, would like to hear your input on what direction should <R> Matt Hardy be heading towards

Revolution MATT HARDY
Starting Hand Size: 6     Superstar Value: 3
Superstar Ability: Once during each of your turns, you may overturn 3 cards (when you have have fewer cards in hand, 2 cards): draw 1 card.
When packing non-Revolution cards: you can pack Matt Facts.

Revolution Version 1.0
Pre-match: Event
Your Superstar Value is +1 and your Pre-match Capacity is +1.
When you are Revolution Matt Hardy: you are an Extremist, and when you play an Extreme: Follow-up, you may discard 2 cards and ignore the Follow-up; when it is successfully played, shuffle 1 non-reversal card from your Ringside into your Arsenal.

To me, he seems like a weaker version of Kofi and Jeff for the follow-up part, and also much weaker in draw power as compared to Terry Funk and Elijah Burke. Plus, incredible high flyers did not really blend in well with his ability since technically Matt can ignore the follow-up.

Thus, any input on whether I am missing out anything is much appreciated! And just to be clear, we are just talking about Revo format.

Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 ... 13