June 24th 2021 by Renren
The Progression Series is currently one of the most popular Yu-Gi-Oh related content out there with a strong following! This article will go over what the series is and things to do if you want to give it a try as well! Without further ado, let us begin.
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June 22nd 2021 by MapleBlade
Players have waited with baited breath as they wondered what will be done with Dragon Link. With a plethora of main deck options at their beck and call, it was unclear whether any hits would stick. In this list, it is clear that the list makers had one mission at the forefront. Aside from this, some strange guests have made an escape from the forbidden section with mixed results.
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June 20th 2021 by Therarely
I am extremely fond of Scraps as an archetype. Back in the day, my mentor came up with all sorts of wacky Scrap theories that I would be proud to share, but I digress. Naturally, it would come to be a pleasant surprise when Scrap Raptor was announced. Until many realized Scrap Raptor was way beyond Scraps alone, and could easily be the much-needed consistency piece for many other decks. From Scrap to Craft, right? It may be a bit late, but I will gather what others have conjured, and share our findings here, on probably the strongest Scrap Monster ever.
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June 18th 2021 by Yugi Papi
The Amazement Archetype has officially set up shop! They’ve come to showcase new tricks and take us on a wild ride. Today we’re going to take a look at the new gimmick this archetype’s going to bring, along with its shortcomings and future potential!
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June 16th 2021 by Therarely
This will be the fourth Constellation Archetype the game has introduced so far. Unlike the previous successors of the stars, (Constellar, Tellarknights, Drytron), I will boldly declare that these Ursartic will never take the top spots amongst other competitive decks of its era. So what are the Ursarctics, what can they do, and are they fur real? Some say you can find the answers through stargazing. But for the more restless ones, here’s my breakdown and analysis of the deck.
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June 14th 2021 by Renren
OCG-exclusive products are always an interesting sight to see, as we’ll never know if and when we’re getting them. This one in particular is something likely to never grace the TCG landscape. Coincidentally, the new Egyptian God Structure Deck setlists were released, and it was terrible, save for very few cards. The new support also doesn’t do any favors in making Slifer or Obelisk that much more playable or relevant. Because of that, let us look at something a little more refined. Let’s talk about OCG’s Starter Deck 2020.
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June 12th 2021 by Yugi Papi
The May installment of the NA Yu-Gi-Oh! Extravaganza was held last May 22nd-23rd. Being someone who lives in an OCG region, this was a little bit more hectic for me than most. In this article, I’ll detail how the event went and how I brought a so-called dead deck to the Extravaganza Main Event and got the top!
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June 10th 2021 by Yugi Papi
Lightning Overdrive officially releases June 4th this year. It is an understatement to say that it bears some cards that will change the landscape of the current meta-game. It isn’t Rise of the Duelist level, which gave us Infernobles, Dogmatika, Schism, and ridiculously great staples. However, it brings the power and consistency levels of two specific decks to a peak that will surely shake the foundations of competitive Yu-Gi-Oh! as we know it. Let’s take a look at what it’s going to bring, and what handtraps are going to be run to adjust to it.
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June 8th 2021 by Crunch$G
The Cyber Style in Yu-Gi-Oh is a very interesting case. You got the ever-so-powerful Cyber Dragons and the lackluster Cyberdarks. Together, you get one of the most iconic archetypes from the GX era. In this series, I plan to go through the popular cards and Decks of the Cyber Style. This way, we can analyze the impact of the Cyber Style on the competitive Yu-Gi-Oh history. From its early days of Cyber Dragon in anything Machine related to Cyber Dragons becoming its own Deck. This study will compile of the overall history of the Cyber Style.
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