Trinity Deckbuilding: Evaluating Cards in Trinity Format

Trinity Deckbuilding: Evaluating Cards in Trinity Format

PRL    December 10th 2018

The trinity alternative format has different rules both for how the game is played and how decks are built. In this article we are going to be examining some of the ways that these changes affect the way we have to look at cards.

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Not Just a Prank, Bro: A Beginner’s Guide to Prank-Kids

Not Just a Prank, Bro: A Beginner’s Guide to Prank-Kids

Yan OCann    December 7th 2018

In a society where colossal dragons, a woman in a mech suit, and solitaire dominate the meta landscape, it is worthwhile to appreciate an archetype on the rogue/casual scene. With the recent release of Hidden Summoners, a new archetype arrived: Prank-Kids. And they’re stirring up trouble.

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Interview with TCG Marketing Specialist Robert Boyajian

Interview with TCG Marketing Specialist Robert Boyajian

Just Lunning    December 6th 2018

Since beginning in the 1990s, the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game has gone through a multitude of changes. New cards types are introduced regularly, and a card’s viability can vary from month to month as game-redefining sets are introduced and ban lists are updated. Robert Boyajian has experienced many of those changes firsthand– both as a professional Yu-Gi-Oh! player with multiple tournament wins under his belt and more recently, as Konami’s TCG Marketing Specialist. He takes us through his favorite things about the TCG and how his relationship with the popular card game has changed since joining Konami’s staff.

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Trinity Format – October 2018 Top Deck Profiles

Trinity Format – October 2018 Top Deck Profiles

meepmoto27    December 6th 2018

The Top 4 Decks from the October 2018 Trinity Cup.

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Mechanical identity: The most obscure attribute! Part 6: Dark

Mechanical identity: The most obscure attribute! Part 6: Dark

PRL    December 4th 2018

Most cardgames aim for some sort of mechanical identity, where different cards, decks, or archetypes have mechanics associated with them. Perhaps the most famous example of this is Magic: The Gathering’s color pie, where the different colors of mana have associated strengths and weaknesses. In this series of articles we will be examining the mechanical identities of the different attributes in Yu-Gi-Oh! and what that means for card design.

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December 3rd, 2018 Banlist Overview: No More Firewall

December 3rd, 2018 Banlist Overview: No More Firewall

Yan OCann    December 2nd 2018

With the competitive format overrun by 1-card FTKs and Extra Links, it was only a matter of time before Konami released the new TCG Forbidden & Limited List to deal with said issues.

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How to Orcust-rate Your Win: A Guide to Orcusts

How to Orcust-rate Your Win: A Guide to Orcusts

todash19    November 28th 2018

In this guide I will be talking about Orcusts, a new archetype released in Soul Fusion. This will be a discussion of their history, general information about the deck, and their playstyle.

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Getting Started in Trinity Yu-Gi-Oh!

Getting Started in Trinity Yu-Gi-Oh!

TreetopDuelist    November 23rd 2018

Ever wanted to play some Yugioh without the possibility of playing against an FTK, Floodgate, Burn, Extra-Link, or Hand-Loop deck? Trinity is your best bet. With monthly tournaments and an active Discord community, there’s no better time to get started in Trinity! This article concisely covers everything you need to start playing straight away.

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Behind Bars: Ultimate Offering

Behind Bars: Ultimate Offering

Yan OCann    November 14th 2018

The Forbidden & Limited List is an item of fascination for many duelists. Whenever the time for a new list rolls around, it becomes the main, if not only, topic of conversation throughout most of the community. Banlist predictions and custom lists litter forums and YouTube. It is the law of the land, determining which decks will rule next.

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Danger! FTK!: A Format in Peril

Danger! FTK!: A Format in Peril

baMMax    November 8th 2018

The exasperation behind this statement echoes with defeat. Jones, piloting Danger! Darkworld FTK at Niagara Falls, is one of the now 13 duelists that have taken Top 32 slots with FTK-based decks at the YCS level since the September 2018 list. As the September 2018 format progresses, FTKs are increasingly more significant an issue, frustrating a large chunk of the player base.

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