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For those who aren't familiar, Final Fantasy 12 drops the series' tried-and-true turn-based combat for something much more closely resembling a single-player take on MMOs. Gone are the random battles that shift you into a separate combat screen every few steps; here, creatures wander the field, milling back and forth, sometimes getting into scuffles with rival animals. You and your retinue wander up to them and start smacking away in real-time - but rather than having to constantly pause combat to enter commands, you can program each of your characters with Gambits that allow them to react according to specific battle conditions. You can set up your characters to automatically heal party members when their HP falls below a certain threshold, shoot elemental spells against enemy weaknesses, or to respond with debuff spells if the enemy casts Protect on themselves, and so forth. Detractors say that this can lead to the game ‘playing itself’ but, really, all it does is reward players who fully understand their party's current loadout and enemy behavior with speedier, more efficient exploration. 

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Dimensional Boundary and Book of Moon provided answers to my problems and a versatile threat for other rogue decks to face. Going first, Dimensional Boundary would stop the deck from their plays which revolves around xyz monsters when I go first. And even when I am forced to go second, Dimensional Boundary would prove itself useful as it can render the Zodiac Beast xyz monsters useless in offense by bringing down their attack points to zero. Book of Moon, replacing the previously sided Book of Eclipse , etched itself as a staple for this format as, similarly to Dimensional Boundary, is a good card for both leading first, and going second.

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