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Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny () (pc) [Any %] [Single Segment] [Single Duel Mode]

Decision: Accept

Congratulations to 'AntonioPeremin'!
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny () (pc) [Any %] [Single Segment] [Single Duel Mode]

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Waiting hurts my soul...
Judging the run on its own merits, I say it's well done. Without knowing all the possible card combinations I can't really judge if this is the fastest kill, but it certainly looks like it without a specific combo. Accept.
A/V same as the other too: boomy

good execution,
accept
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I survived MIKE-Fest 1
I'm planning to do a run of this game and did some digging and it seems that setting the game to mute does make the talking a bit faster....

Will a run without sound be accepted?
As I understood in SDA FAQ;Runs with no sound are unacceptable.
We've been discussing this with the staff. Are you referring to muting just the speech or does it simultaneously remove all sounds?
It is possible only to remove all sound, not just speech.
I survived MIKE-Fest 1
It's only possible to mute everything, the game rules say: under "How do I record my run?" ..."Runs with no sound, horribly loud or overpeaked sound, or mixed-in music are unacceptable. " ...
I got the feeling this was more targeted towards record quality and not intentionally shutting off the sound. A principal ruling would be good.
Formerly known as Skullboy
There was discussion several years ago here about running Heroes of Might and Magic 3 with the music (and maybe the sound effects) off because the game would load battles and such faster but I don't recall there being a submission so I don't know if we have established a precedent either way yet. That's the only similar case I can think of at SDA though I could be wrong. 
The staff is continuing to discuss this... please be patient.