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PostSubject: The Difference in Discarding effects   Thu Apr 07, 2011 10:19 pm

Making a darkworld deck was easy and hard because the spells and traps can confuse me alot. Like i heard there was difference in card effects like cost and effect, how do i know if its effect or cost?
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PostSubject: Re: The Difference in Discarding effects   Fri Apr 08, 2011 12:31 pm

Lightning Vortex wrote:
Discard 1 card. Destroy all face-up monsters your opponent controls.
Monster Reincarnation wrote:
Discard 1 card. Add 1 Monster Card from your Graveyard to your hand.

As you see in examples, cost effects have a meaning like do something to active this effect.

There is not a shape line at the side of non-cost effects for Dark World. I mean you can't discriminate non-cost effects for Dark Worlds but you can take out cost ones because their effects are more shape about this ignition. There is a good list of them in YGO wikia:

  • Card Destruction
  • Clear Vice Dragon
  • Dangerous Machine Type-6
  • Dark Deal
  • Dragged Down into the Grave
  • Drill Warrior
  • Fabled Raven
  • Fine
  • Into the Void
  • Mirage of Nightmare
  • Morphing Jar
  • Rigorous Reaver
  • The Cheerful Coffin


I also want to inform this, "cost" word is not in usage anymore. Because some monster effects don't have a cost but same goes for them. TCG uses "Ignition Effect" now. You have to ignite something for the effect.
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PostSubject: Re: The Difference in Discarding effects   Fri Apr 08, 2011 11:17 pm

Well there are som common texts which makes you know if the discard is a cost or not (or w/e the cost is).

Costs:

1- "Discard 1 card to ..." - "Tribute 1 monster to ..."
Examples: Lumina - Exiled Force - Thunder King Rai-Oh.

2- "Discard 1 Card. Add...." - "Discard 1 Card. Then, return....."
Examples: Dark Core - Lightning Vortex - Brionac.

Parts of the effects:

"Discard 1 card and .... "
Examples: Quickdraw Synchron - Fabled Raven - Magical Dimension.

And Berkay already listed a cool list for the cards for the Ignition
Effects.

Ah also you can check this:
http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Cost
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PostSubject: Re: The Difference in Discarding effects   Sat Apr 09, 2011 1:58 am

Thanx for solving my question guys
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