Keebsters August 19th 2019
The 2019 tins bring new excitement with 3 promos catering to players that go second. Introducing one of the most devastating hand traps to date, Nibiru, the Primal Being single-handedly shifts the tide of the game. We will be going over its practical uses and compare it to its older cousin Ra Sphere Mode.
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todash19 August 15th 2019
If you have been playing Yu-Gi-Oh for more than a few months, you’ve probably heard the term “errata” tossed about here and there. If the first thing that comes to mind when you hear this word is “What?”, well, you’ve come to the right place.
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MapleBlade August 8th 2019
Traptrix is a small archetype of effect monsters that revolve around the manipulation of “Hole” Normal Trap cards. While Traptrix has been splashed into decks as an engine for decks like H.A.T in 2014, they have not seen any success as a standalone deck. However, with the release of Traptrix Sera, will Traptrix become a viable deck on its own? First, let’s analyze what Sera requires to function and what it adds to the deck.
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todash19 July 22nd 2019
Welcome back! In the last article I did, I discussed the Main Deck Monsters that Konami banned. For this section, we will focus on the Extra Deck monsters. I will be splitting up the article into the four main sections: Fusion, Link, Synchro, and Xyz monsters.
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AlphaKretin July 17th 2019
On July 1st, the new OCG Limit Regulation came into effect, making Knightmare Mermaid Forbidden in Asia. Fans often speculate that a similar decision may be made here in the TCG. Mermaid was a vital piece of the way Orcust decks were being played in the metagame. This is because it allowed consistent access to a powerful combo with almost any two monsters. While the deck’s time in the spotlight may be coming to a close, dedicated fans will find a similar power level can be found with a little creativity. Let’s look at a few ways you can play Orcust without Knightmare Mermaid.
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