MonoBlueTron April 14th 2019
Well, comrades, we have reached the end of history. After a rocky month, it’s become clear that no deck can compare to Sky Striker. While it’s unclear if Sky Striker’s continued metagame dominance is due to its innate power or the result of some pact Paulo Prrj Gonçalve made with the devil, Raye is here to stay.
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Keebsters March 30th 2019
With the upcoming Spell Counter support in the next structure deck, Endymion returns and is back with a vengeance! A reboot from a popular structure deck in 2009, Structure Deck: Order of the Spellcasters introduces incredibly solid, new cards. We will be reviewing the first wave of monsters revealed in the upcoming structure deck.
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Just Griffin March 26th 2019
Ahh, Thunder Dragon. Ever the bridesmaid, never the bride. For the fourth time now, Thunder Dragon has placed second in a YCS, managing to do it three times in one event at YCS Atlanta. Thunder Dragon’s playstyle has changed significantly since it’s arrival in the TCG in Soul Fusion
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meepmoto27 March 18th 2019
Salamangreats are an archetype made meta by the recent Soulburner Structure Deck. They’re a very consistent combo deck that sets up boards consisting usually of a slew of traps with more hand traps backing them up. The main strength of the deck comes not from the deck’s ceiling, but from its extreme consistency and durability. The abundance of one and two card combos lets you perform the same plays to accrue advantage turn after turn. The deck also has strong OTK potential with link climbing combos.
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kensir096 March 12th 2019
Goat Format has been extensively revisited and analysed. I personally believe that no card can really be considered a Tech Choice at this point of time now, simply because of how much the format has grown. A card or two may catch you by surprise from time to time, especially for players transiting to playing online, and meet with decks or a larger variety. But I doubt any card will have a significant impact and be effective enough for it to be long-lasting. Any card of that calibre would have been common knowledge by now.
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PRL February 28th 2019
Card advantage is a way of evaluating cards, lines of play and boardstates by comparing how many cards you have access to compared to your opponent. The easiest way to do this is just to count how many cards are on board and hand. A line of play that lets you change the balance from what it was in your favor is good card advantage. This is commonly called a plus. A line that ends in you losing cards is a neg. There are, however, some clear imperfections with using this system which we will cover today. Rather than lines of play, I am going to go over card evaluation using this framework.
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