wifispiders July 21st 2017
Card advantage has long been a defining concept of Yu-Gi-Oh theory, and for good reason. Careful management of your card economy will decide the outcome of a duel more often than not, and decks that can reliably generate more advantage than other contenders will rise to the top of the metagame pile (Zoodiac, for a glaring example).
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kensir096 July 2nd 2017
Denglong is scarier than you think. Hand Traps hates Chaofeng. Multiple True Kings is sad but isn’t exactly bad. Souleating Oviraptor should switch places with Element HERO Stratos. Find out why, now in our What You Should Know article series, where we reveal the implicit details of decks. This time – Dinos.
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MonoBlueTron June 22nd 2017
Phantasm Spiral, the budget-conscious normal-monster-focused archetype from Maximum Crisis, has finally begun to put up results. Join me as we explore several different builds of this flexible archetype, examine successful lists, and explain how to board against this up-and-coming strategy.
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meepmoto27 June 16th 2017
Throughout the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG’s 15 year history, there have been numerous iconic monsters and cards. However, even to this day the most iconic card in the game’s history, especially to the general public, remains the Blue-Eyes White Dragon.
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wifispiders June 9th 2017
“Goats,” the fan name for the format that occurred between April and August of the year 2005, has become a popular alternative for players disillusioned with either the pace or balance of modern Yu-Gi-Oh. The format is much slower, with games usually taking more than ten turns, and has the reputation of being more skillful.
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