Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

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Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by B@TMAN on Thu Feb 05, 2015 6:04 am

1.Definition of Autopilot
2.Examples of Autopilot
3. The Problem with the Current Definition
4. Rewriting the Ddefinition in Yugioh Context.


1.Definition of Autopilot:
The definition autopilot in the Yugioh community is a deck that never uses skill to use but the deck runs itself or runs on autopilot. The term is mainly used due to the deck in question being rather easy to play or self explanatory, rather and doesn't require a great deal of skill or thought.

2. Examples of Autopilot deck:
go to google and find dragon ruler blueprint or any deck blueprint and basically thats an example of a autopilot deck.
Decks that were considered autopilot decks:
Dragon Rulers
Nekroz
Prophecy
tellarknight
Qliphorts....etc
Most of the time the term is used to argue against any tier 1 or meta deck that is topping at that time to explain that deck takes no skill to use and the deck runs itself.

3.The Problem withe Current Definition:
The big problem with this definition is that there is no legit definition or any actual definition you can pull from a yugioh website that everyone agrees with. Another issue with the definition is that every deck to some degree is figured out and mentioned as "staple move" or common move meaning to some degree it takes no skill.
This is a quote i found to explain this side to the best degree.

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Assuming that you initially disregard individual player skill due to the fact
that all of them have plateaued and know their plays/decks, any deck
with one such player as a pilot will play itself, especially in a
mirror.  "Once you're really, really good at TeleDAD, every hand plays itself and it gets boring as hell." Emphasis being on the words "Once you're really, really good at TeleDAD

4. Rewriting the Definition in Yugioh Context.
The term needs to be rewritten if people are still going to use the term in some sense or a logical definition needs to be made. I found people use it as an excuse to defend their view against meta to say it takes no skill but to some degree, every deck takes effort to know and understand. people do test decks and run prototype builds.
If not, the term shouldn't technically exist if there is no proper definition.


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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by niquon715 on Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:07 am

i can argue e drags arent an autopilot deck but this video gets the point across https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btoJUdl64qQ




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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by Lux on Thu Feb 05, 2015 8:43 am

I think that BA is much more auto-pilot than E Drags were. Anyways I think that Dragon Rulers and Prophecy are harded to use that Qliphshit, Tellarknights and Boring Abyss.








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Post by niquon715 on Thu Feb 05, 2015 9:39 am

e drags are atleast combo based what do you do in qlis exvept go for a disc play or pend everything




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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by Lux on Thu Feb 05, 2015 9:40 am

What @DreamKiller said, Dragon Rulers and Spellbook were quite combo and complicated decks.








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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by Naruto Uzumaki on Thu Feb 05, 2015 4:44 pm

i play spellbooks, they arent hard and tell me how e drags arent auto pilot. shrine, banish, plus, banish, plus, big eye or continue to otk





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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by B@TMAN on Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:11 pm

DreamKiller wrote:i can argue e drags arent an autopilot deck but this video gets the point across https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btoJUdl64qQ

you do know i just proved my point with the quote right...your video is just a point off of my quote.
i can see that people that are using tier 1 decks as autopilot examples. let me remind you that DR and prophecy were once tier 1 and i know people complained about those decks. it seems no one understands the point of this article. the point is that every deck you can argue is autopilot because at some point if you get a certain hand you know how to play it.
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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by Naruto Uzumaki on Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:25 pm

The definition autopilot in the Yugioh community is a deck that never uses skill to use but the deck runs itself or runs on autopilot. The term is mainly used due to the deck in question being rather easy to play or self explanatory, rather and doesn't require a great deal of skill or thought.

This proves that ur saying something else now.
U said NEVER uses any skill so decks like gladiator beasts arent auto pilot as they take thought....





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Re: Making Sense-Autopilot Yu-Gi-Oh Definition and my argument for it

Post by B@TMAN on Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:49 pm

i am trying to prove two things here:

a)every deck is autopliot if you see it the same way.every deck has their own set of moves or combos to use.

b)the definition doesn't exist at all.

i basically explained that people uses it as an excuse to disregard skill in using a tier 1 deck and make it seem like it takes no skill.Every deck takes skill which means the definition makes no sense at all and it shouldn't exist because no one has same exact word for word definition.

hazmah is the only person who is even close to what i am talking about.

everyone here should know how much judgement prophecy and baby dragon ruler builds were auto piloted right? well now they aren't tier 1, i see people defending them. you all just proved that decks that aren't tier 1 aren't autopilot and tier 1 are on autopilot.

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