THE IMPACT MASTER TOOLBOX

The end of every contention – and the end of every LD debate – comes down to the impacts.
With the Impact Master Toolbox, leverage this end game to win more debates. The only file you'll need in your career to strengthen your impacts, defend against your opponents', and deploy highly strategic impact turns.
Impact Master Toolbox
59.00

A truly impactful master file. 200+ pages of lined-down, ready-to-read impact cards. Use strategically to construct, attack, and defend the impact of any case or contention.

Includes three essential files to deploy: 

  • Impact Scenarios File

  • Impact Defense File

  • Impact Turn File

See for yourself! Download your FREE impact file sample with our Table of Contents and an assortment of our high-quality carded arguments.

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This is the best LD impact file you will find anywhere.

  • LD-SPECIFIC: Every one of its 300+ pages is tailored to the impact debate in LD. A lower-quality file would cost hundreds of dollars to produce at a summer camp.

  • COMPREHENSIVE: We covered nearly every impact you could find yourself against. A topic brief will last you one topic; this file will last for your career.

  • FOR IMMEDIATE USE: We lined down several hundred cards for you so that everything is ready-to-run for your next tournament.

  • EXTREMELY HIGH-QUALITY: This file has won Tournament of Champions elimination rounds after being worked over for dozens of hours by its writers.

Still not sure? Download the FREE impact file sample!

 

Meet the writer!

 
Nick Steele (Stanford '20) Nick is the 2016 Tournament of Champions in Lincoln Douglas debate. He has won or reached late elimination rounds of every major national tournament. He is an assistant coach at Harvard-Westlake and has coached several students to the TOC, including the champion of the Glenbrooks Invitational. He now attends Stanford University.

Nick Steele
(Stanford '20)

Nick is the 2016 Tournament of Champions in Lincoln Douglas debate. He has won or reached late elimination rounds of every major national tournament. He is an assistant coach at Harvard-Westlake and has coached several students to the TOC, including the champion of the Glenbrooks Invitational. He now attends Stanford University.