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Created on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 15:06
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 15:06
Created on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 12:34
As you may or may not have heard already, the Xbox One will soon be backward compatible! Even better, Microsoft has setup a voting system to enable us to vote for our favorite games to be included, and you know what that means - it's time for Cepters around the globe to unite and finally make Culdcept Saga available to all!
Bookmark this link:
and vote as often as you can! Comment on it, tell all your friends to vote, post about it wherever you can - let's make this happen.
More importantly, the more we do this, the more it will show OmiyaSoft how much support Culdcept has in the West, and they'll be much more likely to bring new Culdcept games here!
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 12:34
Created on Friday, 15 May 2015 21:39
3 Gold Idol
3 Crimson Vine
2 Frost Beast
3 Magma Avatar
3 Storm Avatar
4 Magma Armor
4 Storm Armor
2 Drain Magic
3 Wind of Hope
On the surface, Culdcept Saga looks a bit like OmiyaSoft just updated the PS2 game with polygon graphics. That does it a bit of disservice, though, as it actually has a pretty impressive list of unique features far beyond any previous game in the series - Doublecast spells, moveable land sections, customizable player avatars, and much more. All of the new features are awesome, but my favorite new feature by far is dual-element creature cards (which somehow didn't break the game's exceptional balance, thanks to some very subtle weaknesses!)
It's no secret I love me some Magma action, but one day I was thinking, "could I make an effective deck that includes all of the dual-element creatures (minus E cards) but won't stall badly early on?" FUBAR is what I came up with. It is ridiculously fun, and even with land prereqs that include all four elements, it usually gets a fairly fast start.
Gold Idol helps the start, of course, but it's nowhere near enough on its own to overcome 10 creatures with 2 prereqs apiece. A bad shuffle would mean doom, so I included what Whooh05 and I call "Zen lube" - multiple Reincarnation and Wind of Hope spells. If you don't have what you need now, reset your hand and dig deeper. You'll get it with quickness.
All that card drawing muscle comes with a fairly steep G cost, though, and so do the creatures in this deck - 15 of them are 90G or more! I'd normally be at a severe G disadvantage because of this, so I came up with a combo I haven't seen used yet - Conspiracy + Tengu. He's just expensive enough to make everything else in this deck free, and he adds a really nice Attacks First bonus along with his unique movement ability. If I manage to put Gold Idol down early and put Conspiracy on right after, I have creatures all over the place in very short order. Sometimes I don't even visit the castle if I'm on a roll.
Bandit. I could see the addition of Bandit being very useful. He'd help the initial land-grab and Bandit + Magma/Storm Armor is just diabolical with dual-element creatures fueling the heist.
Land Protection / Domovikha. Adding a little untargetable action could make a big difference. Frost Beast would be a nightmare as long as I held an item or two.
Acid Rain / Holy Blight. I could see idols such as Marble and Ivory being problematic. I'd happily kill my own Gold Idol to free things up a bit.
Item-wise, I only included two - Magma and Storm Armor. Every creature in my deck can abuse both. Abuse, you say? Oh yes... because every dual-element creature counts twice for its respective armor - just one Jack-o'-Lantern gives +10ST and +10HP to Magma Armor, for example. Combine this with free creatures all over the map, and those two items get scary in a big hurry. Heck, both of the avatars don't even need items, thanks to that same dynamic.
The spells are basic but versatile - a bit of creature movement, a bit of card control, a bit of card draw, and a bit of Drain Magic to keep my opponent from hoarding G. I kept it basic mainly because I spend a lot of time with Reincarnation and Wind of Hope; I don't have much time to cast others.
Potential problems and how to deal with them:
Trade. It's annoying when somebody snatches away something like Frost Beast, but that's nothing a Chariot-chauffeured Gold Idol + Storm Armor can't handle!
Counter Amulet / Gaseous Form. I only have 3 Crushers, but Jack-o'-Lantern is one of the best item lures in the game, and being 10/60 means he won't die when I lure out that Amulet.
Intrusion. I have no untargetables, but I do have Paralyzer + Chariot. If they somehow take it, I take it right back. Now.
Capture. Look two bullet points up. If they manage to steal an item, I either go even bigger with my own, or lure their item out.
Movement control. I use Conspiracy defensively - I wait for them to Holy Word me, then overwrite it with Conspiracy. Reincarnation to keep my defense up.
G deprivation. Same as above. I use Drain Magic and Jack-o'-Lantern to steal G back, and Reincarnation to keep doing it.
Map-wise, I only play this deck on maps where I can keep Conspiracy on for as long as possible. That means Santana Village, Colosseum I, Second Morning, X, etc. are no good. Small maps are also no good because FUBAR needs room for plenty of creatures to exert its full power.
Overall, I pay little attention to matching creatures to their respective land colors unless I get stuck on prereqs early. Otherwise, I just Relief and Chariot my minions around as I feel like it, matching land when it suits me. Likewise, with every element represented in FUBAR, the entire map is my playground. I just go with the flow.
I wouldn't say this is a HoF-level deck by any means (mainly due to the prereqs, despite the ways I've offset that), but it is extremely fun to play. If they can't halt my momentum, they will get FUBARed. ;-)
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Last Updated on Friday, 15 May 2015 21:39
Created on Friday, 09 January 2015 00:34
Excellent news, Cepters! OmiyaSoft has seen fit to update their website with a New Year update, and it sounds like they are indeed working on a new game! Details are hazy, but here's the translation Lizardman was kind enough to post in the forum for everyone:
"Happy new year.
Thank you again this year
I have also stood more than another two years from the launch of Culdcept (3DS) at an early ones.
Also the other day, for some reason in our, "now, but he have to over-the-counter of the game shop, Culdcept 3DS of online features, whether current can also be used" We received an inquiry that. "You can either be downloaded, online play is also possible" despite being only the title of the time since its release and, we were able to answer it proudly. This is also, thanks to everyone that has us continue all the time play.
Moreover, since we want to work hard to develop, while playing the Culdcept, I think you'll look forward to news of next work. And, although I wrote last year, what about, indeed what this year, so we thought or not can go, it is thankfully Continuing able wait."
Here's hoping we learn more soon, and the new game comes to the West!
Last Updated on Friday, 09 January 2015 00:40
Created on Monday, 01 December 2014 20:25
All of us here at Culdcept Central wish you and yours a very happy holiday season! May your stockings be filled to the brim with G cards!
(and we also hope Santa brings all of us in the West a new Culdcept game soon!)
Last Updated on Monday, 01 December 2014 20:25
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