September 11th 2020
With the release of the Sad Cowboy variant of Kalin Kessler, we’ve received the new skill “I Was Quicker Than You.” It allows you to start the duel with two thousand extra life points, but only if you go first. Otherwise, your opponent gains two thousand life points. Previous life gain skills have required heavy costs for gaining more than one thousand life points, so they were rarely used in a competitive setting. But with the arrival of the chance of two thousand extra life points for nothing in exchange, the question is: Is it worth it?
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September 7th 2020
Predaplant Chlamydosundew, while being nigh unpronounceable, is a nifty one card engine you can throw into any dark deck. It allows you to expend your normal summon to summon Predaplant Chimerafflesia. In today’s article, I’m going to go over whether Chlamydosundew and Rafflesia are worthy additions to your aspiring dark deck, and which decks make the best use of them.
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June 29th 2020
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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May 16th 2020
It was less than two weeks since I discussed the new Crystal Beast support. Unfortunately, the deck received a horrible
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May 2nd 2020
The new Duel Links pack, Truth Universe, is full of new archetypes like Malefic and explosive new support for already loved decks and play styles. Is any of it good?
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April 22nd 2020
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
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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