So dudes, I decided to destroy the myth behind Silent Magician and the "pay to win" issue; I tested if it was true, so I choose Cyber Angels, a Spell based deck. Took out Saffira and started playing, and guess what EVERY SINGLE TIME I FACED THAT POOR WIFE, I ENDED WINNING; because she's only able to negate spells ONCE PER TURN.
How do you say the card is too op?
I don't bother if these EX packs become series, they are exclusive cards for fans, who want to support the game. No one is forcing you to buy it, because it's not by any mean "Overpowered".
So that's it, even Handicaped, with a Spell-based deck, and NO SAFFIRA AT ALL.
You can win against Silent Magician.
And these haters, yeah, these people that keep complaining. I'm afraid they have never played duel links; but they keep hating, trying to boycott the game for no reason.
Anyway, leaving these raging and incoherent folks aside, I wish you all happy dueling !
"because she's only able to negate spells ONCE PER TURN. "
good silent magician players can tell when they're being baited you retard.
They know when to negate a spell card and when not to.
Only dumb noobs like yourself would immediately negate any spell the first chance they get.
Comments like this show that this site has too many annoying brats whose families just fed and watered them instead of doing important things like sitting down with them and teaching them to not be assholes.
Oh look.. another moronic dipshit throwing around words like "autistic" as an insult when he's probably too stupid to know what exactly autism is. Yeah, it's a mental disability, but do you really understand what it is? Probably not. You're just like the hundreds of ignorant kids out there who use the word thinking it makes you sound more "clever".
Also the guy has a point. Just because SM can negate spells only once per turn, doesn't make it less powerful especially if you consider what else the deck can do in terms of lockdown. Also it's true that good SM players don't let themselves get baited as easily so they won't always negate the first spell they come across. It doesn't matter if the comment was "rude", it's still valid.