CloneBoyOllie October 9th 2019
Since the last banlist, Salamangreat has been knocked off its fiery throne as the most successful competitive TCG deck. In the events that have followed, the deck has seen significantly less representation. However, the consistency of the deck has always been its greatest strength. With the release of new cards to the archetype, Salamangreat could regain its former glory in the coming months. A somewhat recent addition increases the number of special summons Salamangreat can perform in a given turn. This card is Fury of Fire.
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Keebsters October 7th 2019
The July 2019 banlist hit a multitude of cards, shifting the game to a healthier state. Some notable hits included the limitations of the chaos dragons and Sky Striker Mecha Modules – Multirole. The Phantom Knights of Rusty Bardiche, however, received the banhammer. What did banning Rusty really do for Orcust decks? The deck is still topping events consistently, with the only real losers from the banlist were the few loyal Phantom Knight players. We’ll go over the main reasons why Orcust has continued to be a top contender for the late 2019 season.
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Just Griffin October 3rd 2019
It’s banlist discussion season (because when is it ever not), and one of the items on a lot of player’s agendas is Sky Striker. There’s been a lot of debate about whether or not Sky Striker deserves to be hit anymore. Quite a few people do not think so. They believe that Striker is not a problematic deck, and people want it out of the meta just due to fatigue.
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MapleBlade September 30th 2019
Just recently, Yishan McNabb shocked the competitive scene with his top two finish at YCS Portland with Gren Maju Beatdown. While the concept of this deck is not new, its explosive finish has garnered the attention of many. What does the deck aim to do and will it continue to do well in future tournaments?
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TreetopDuelist September 2nd 2019
How good is your favorite Yugioh archetype in Trinity? This article covers some of the most played Trinity Decks, with links to YDK files you can download and netdeck for the next YGOPROdeck Trinity Cup.
Trinity is an Alternate Yugioh Format, just like how the TCG, OCG, Speed Duels, Duel Links, and GOAT are all different ways to play our favorite card game. It’s a pseudo-highlander format with a Summon Limit, making the Duels have much more player interaction, whilst also increasing depth and complexity in deckbuilding. You can read more about Trinity in the introduction article, or watch the intro video here!
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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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