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Now the way this works is that you must have beaten the game. Regardless you have the full cards complete or not this cheat is available.
First - You'll unlock a new Limited Switch where upon you put your own cards as Limited. me, I always update my list fairly (which I'm lying to you because I use no-ban on that game) to make me look like a pro.
Go and get 3 copies of these cards from where ever they are.
5 Exodia Piece, Pot of Greed, Graceful Charity, Upstart Goblin, Sangan, Witch of the Black Forest, Premature Burial, Monster Reborn, Dark Hole, and Reckless Greed.
You can get 13 out of these cards 3 times, so don't really waste your time if you cant complete this deck.
Once you are done, switch the list. Make sure to treeplicate 13 cards from that list and add to the extra 14 should give you a 40 cards deck. You must be using a "Custom" Limited List. Make sure you deleted all decks beside this deck or make as many as copies you can to not mess it up.
Go on Limited mode and switch to "Standard" List. You'll be redirected to your deck menu. By now keep two things in mind.
1 - The game have already saved your deck and edit it to the saved "Standard" List.
2 - The game will give you the deck with the most cards so make sure to have this done right.
- From then you turn off the game, and turn it back on.
And no you cannot go any lower than 14 cards deck unless you are using a No-Deck Limit Exodia cheats which I doubt you'll find.
This cheat is legit, and only made by me1!
1 - What happen if I go back to deck edit mode after doing this cheat and haven't switch to "Custom" list yet?
- Well, obviously you'll have to create a deck or you can easily turn off the game from then to go back to the same 14 deck process.
2 - This cheats doesn't work!! Help me...
- Well point your eye ball on the video screen if you are illiterate. This comment shows you are ignorant, and too dumb to follow a simple instruction. (sorry to be harsh but you deserve it so don't post comments like that)
3 - The kid that uses the AR or Game Shark, did it somewhat affects your game to have this cheat?
- No! This can only be done when completing the game which is after the game credit, so good luck.
- You can visit the site, to get help on how to complete it.
No further Questions!!!
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