Is it considered BM? or Bad Manners?
I always sent it after close duels but i don't want to aggravate anyone by accident
I always report whoever sends me a "nice". Enough said.
only 2 reasons
1.different creative deck that won(or was close)
2. very long duel(lots surprises on u think would win helps)
other then that yes
It is personally up to the individual who received the 'nice' to interpret, which isn't a good thing. I always avoid giving it out to someone using a masked hero, blue eyes or amazon swordswoman/lava golem decks, mostly because they are unoriginal, boring and takes limited skill to use. It is a great thing to do, for me it's when I duel against successful abstract strategy that I found interesting and/or simply enjoyable. Though win or lose it is up to the opponent to interpret the amount of BM behind it.
Like people are saying... if the game was balanced and interactive for both players it's a legit "nice"
If someone gets turn 2 hey trunade into double Maximus or triple mask change OTK than obviously it's a sarcastic "nice"
But you never really know that's why I think the whole mechanic is pointless if you can't dislike
It depends on how the game turned out. If it was a close match, you both got good starting hand and got to the part where you have both played your game-winning strats but still have some LP left. That is considered "Nice". Scenarios such as OTK, bad starting hand, or accidents do not merit "Nice". The delivery of such only display mockery, sarcasm, immaturity, and is considered a dick move.
If you are winning without letting your opponent playing a single a card and the you send him a "nice", then yeah, that's pretty much a mockery...
I usually send it to an opponent with unique deck or when they still keep going even though they have no chance of winning.
In one duel one furry player set a card. Then he/she summoned recon and activated its effect. Special summoned another furry and he/she activated recon again. I didn't have any set cards. He/she quit. I sent a nice.
i use it when i faced an opponent with a unique deck idea, it just depends on how you use the nice