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  1. I'm looking into it. The site is secure, but whenever HTTPS has an invalid digital signature, this error will come up. I'm trying to fix it but I keep getting server side errors. Expect it to be fixed by next week at the latest.
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    Counter:Play Cards

    Wow, this is broken.
  3. What is the screen resolution? And is this desktop or mobile?
  4. What's everyone think of the latest metagame? I find it mostly balanced compared to past environments but there is one glaring deck that is above the rest - Broly swap. While there are answers to the combo, it's very hard to deal with, and one has to consider a significant amount to their deck to combat it. Even if you do, they still may catch you quickly. Here's what I consider the top decks (let me know if I missed something): Tier 0.5 Broly Swap Tier 1 Jenemba Mill (it really should be lower, but people just don't know how to play against it, and it keeps doing well) Shenron Gogeta (inevitability puts this ahead of most decks - it just has a god awful matchup against Broly Swap) Tier 1.5 Shenron 15K Broly Veggies (sideboard games this deck drops significantly - expect it to shine in Bo1) Tier 2 Red Frieza (R/Y, or R/B) Shenron Hand Control (some of these decks just kill you too fast or can recoup from the hand destruction) Pan (R or R/B - horrible Shenron Gogeta Matchup) Tier 2.5 Soul Striker Goku (if you can deal with Borgos easily, consistently, and early, this deck can really shine) Super 17 (Preemptive Strike can slow decks down - inevitability can destroy their hand, but it can get caught) Clash of Fates Goku (Preemptive Strike, again, can slow some decks down - the deck can also build a solid defensive board early)
  5. Set 5 is looking like a very diverse metagame with lots of viable decks. SSJ3 Goku was banned. If you were on the fence of starting up, or haven't played in awhile, now's a great time to get into the game.
  6. Update 10/28/2016 - Latest OCTGN auto update adds AWAKENING to the patch. Make sure to download the latest image pack from the download section to add card images. Maintaining the OCTGN DBZ TCG Patch requires a great deal of maintenance, coordination, and support; in addition to hosting for the image packs. Please consider a donation if you enjoy playing the Dragon Ball Z TCG on OCTGN. Any amount is appreciated! https://www.paypal.me/dbztoptier What is OCTGN? OCTGN is a virtual table top with an integrated player lobby and chat system that supports custom card and board games. The DBZ Game Definition lets players play their favorite Dragon Ball Z Card Game on there!! What you need: OCTGN - Download Here Image Packs - http://dbztoptier.com/forums/index.php?/files/category/2-online-play/ After you install OCTGN, here are the steps to add the DBZ patch to the program: Open OCTGN. Click on "Games Manager" tab Click "Add Game Feed"From Add Game Feed, input the following: Name: DBZ Feed Feed URL/Path: https://www.myget.org/F/dbzccg/ Leave the rest blank. After the game feed is installed, click the drop box to the left of "Add Game Feed" and select "DBZ Feed". From there, you have the option to install or uninstall the game. To add images, you have to download each image pack. First, download each file. Then, extract the zip files. To add the images in-game, click "Add Image Packs" and select the .o8c file(s) that was extracted from the zip. After installing the image pack(s), you should get a success prompt. That's it! You're all set to play DBZ online via OCTGN. Enjoy the many benefits OCTGN has to offer, like game rooms, matchmaking, etc. Shortcuts: Reaction Buttons appear when you load a deck. Clicking them announces either a Pass, no further actions, or a wait; wants to react. Alternatively, CTRL+Spacebar announces a pass. F5-F9 jump through phases. Ctrl+Enter moves to next phase. After last phase turn will switch to the other player. Although the declare combat phase isn't a real phase in the game, this is what players should use to declare a combat step and to do "When Entering Combat", as this will make sure players do not miss declaring a combat.
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