Archive for the ‘Analysis’ Category

Attrition Deck Impossible?

Summary: Roark-L has brought up really interesting question.  As a non-Attrition deck user, I thought it was great to see weakening of Attrition support with PSP version.  But does it take to the extreme, where you simply won’t see any more competitive Attrition deck?  Here is a quick hypothetical analysis.

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Set.3 Recap ~ Plan Ahead ~

Summary: In this series, I will try to recap some of new concept that will be (or is) introduced in the Set.3, which will certainly change the game play.  In this first of the series for the Set.3, I decided to put a focus on the new concept of “looking at your next card” before drawing.

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EOJ Card Ranking April 2008

Summary: The first official card ranking after the Set.2 release. The result has no surprise.

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Mesmer’s Envoy vs. Mesmer’s Errand

Summary: In the Set.2 several new methods of drawing cards has been introduded. Some uses the draw cards as means to restore your hand so that you have more selections to choose from. However, with Set.2 I can see that some want to use the draw cards to draw specific target card(s). In this entry, I used statistical analysis to compare Mesmer’s Envoy from Set.2 to the Mesmer’s Errand from Set.1 to decide which spell is the better draw card, mainly for the purpose of drawing specific target card.

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Gamespot Japan Tournament #2 Top 10 Cards Used

Summary: The data is directly from Gamespot Japan. These are the top 10 cards based on the use from all participants of the tournament.

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Asahara’s Top 10 Set.2 Cards 1 to 5

Summary: Here are Top 5 Set.2 cards by Asahara.

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Asahara’s Top 10 Set.2 Cards (6 to 10)

Summary: In this entry, I have translated the 4/16 edition of Asahara’s article “SET.2 Personal Top 10.” In this first of two translation, I have translated #6 to #10.

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Applied Statistics ~ Draw Cards ~ *Updated

Summary: In this new series, I have used mathematical/statistical analysis to each concept of EOJ. Don’t worry. This is not math class, I will explain how to apply the result of the math in the game of Eye of Judgment. First in this series is the simplest, yet very important concept “Draw Card.”

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Card Review Translated from Guidebook 111-113

Summary: Whether there is demand for this or not is still questionable, but I have still decided to translate the first three Set.2 cards’ Review from the Japanese Official Handbook.   If nothing else, you get to see a  concept art of Flame Novice. Continue reading

EOJ Card Ranking March 2008

Summary: Here is monthly card ranking from EOJ Connection for March 2008.

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