June 29th 2020 by Polterguy
Many Duel Links players express a dislike for decks they deem “Lame”, such as Dark Magician, Crystron, and Ritual Beasts. They just want to swarm the field with big monsters. Duel Links certainly allows players to fulfill this dream, with decks such as Masked Heroes, Blue Eyes and Blackwings. But there’s one viable aggro deck that often goes overlooked. Let me introduce you to Machina.
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April 22nd 2020 by Polterguy
Much of the player base of Duel Links carries nostalgia for the first three entries of Yu-Gi-Oh anime. Logically, the next Duel Links in-game world after 5Ds would have been Zexal, but they added Dark Side of Dimensions world instead. Players didn’t mind, as they share more of a connection to the movie characters. Zexal will be in the game eventually, but is the player base ready for it now? Is the metagame ready for XYZ Monsters?
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April 5th 2020 by Polterguy
Forbidden Lance and World Legacy Clash are cards that serve very similar purposes. Forbidden Lance protects a monster from spells and traps for one turn and makes that monster lose 800 attack. World Legacy Clash banishes one of your monsters until the end phase, dodging potential destruction, and decreases an opponent’s monster’s attack and defense by your banished monster’s stats. Both are quick-play spells that have the potential to act as both protection or aggression. Typically we see World Legacy Clash more in the meta, but does that prove that it’s the best choice for all decks? Let’s dive into it.
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October 14th 2018 by Just Lunning
I recently got the chance to interview Duel Links Producer Kenichi Kataoka. You may not know his name, but you’ve definitely seen his work. He’s worked on Duel Links practically since its inception. In our interview, Kenichi took us through Duel Links’ inner workings while dropping small tidbits of what we can expect to see in future game updates.
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May 3rd 2018 by Henry Ngan
Incredibly annoying due to having inherent card effect protection, Hazy Flame has been able to keep up with the times. By playing Hazy Flames, you’ll be happy to see how linear, the win conditions can be. But that doesn’t mean Hazy Flame is easy to play. Tune in for an in-depth guide of Hazy Flame where we go through each card, explaining its valuable uses along with a solid game plan.
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April 28th 2018 by Henry Ngan
With the right bits of interaction and straightforwardness, playing a Magnet deck can be extremely satisfying.Since Magnets have tons of support in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, you’ll be able to compete with the top meta relevant decks that come out. Specializing in graveyard effects and high attack beaters, look no further for a deck capable of achieving King Of Games.
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April 24th 2018 by Boddity77
Skills are one of the few things that unique to the Duel Links version of Yu-Gi-Oh! as opposed to missing from it. Many powerful skills allow for deck types that could not exist otherwise, like Luck on Your Side allowing for consistent coin flip decks.
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April 19th 2018 by Henry Ngan
Just like in the real life Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, Masked HEROs remain a threat and a nuisance. Not only are they cool, but they are incredibly consistent which might spark some of your interests revolving around this deck. By being able to dodge dangerous trap cards through fizzling out the effects through Mask Change, Masked HEROs become fantastic at smacking your opponent continuously.
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April 13th 2018 by Henry Ngan
Incredibly straightforward and weirdly unpopular, Ancient Gear’s has been able to keep up with newly released decks. By specializing in canceling the effects in the damage step, you will definitely find success in this trap-heavy meta.
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