May 10th 2021
The OCG released the Dragunity Structure Deck by the end of August of 2020. TCG players anticipated the product’s arrival on this side of the card game, but it never came. Instead, Ghosts From the Past had it under its wing. Today we’ll look at the implications of the Dragunity cards on the archetype and for other Dragon strategies!
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May 2nd 2021
Believe it or not, Shaddoll is meta. And no, it’s not 2014. It’s 2021, people, and shaddolls are still running rampant! Let’s see what lead to this and how the deck is still dominating the meta game.
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April 20th 2021
A month into the new banlist and the dust has settled, revealing dragons as the top deck of the format. If there was any doubt about this, the recently concluded NA Remote Duel Invitational and LCS XII knocked that out of the park. Dragonlink won both tournaments! Today we’ll examine what the Yu-Gi-Oh! competitive scene currently looks like.
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April 12th 2021
Orcust is a fan-favorite from the Eternal Format (TOSS). Cool artwork, lore, and a great run in the highest levels of competition. The deck definitely had its time in the limelight. Today we examine the ultimate variant that saw the metagame turn on its head.
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April 7th 2021
The recent list saw True King of All Calamities (VFD), the most oppressive boss monster of the previous format, get vanished from the game. Being as dominant as it was, all the competitive builds of Virtual World focused on getting 2 level 9’s and slapping it on the board. With its strongest wincon gone, let’s see what Virtual World can do, and if it’s enough to combat the meta.
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April 5th 2021
Ghosts from the Past is set to release on April 15th. Some Yugitubers have already cracked open a few boxes for us to feast our eyes on. We all know about the Ghost Rares at this point, so let’s examine the other cards in the set and see if GFTP is worth the hype!
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March 26th 2021
Orcust was, and still is, a fan-favorite from the Eternal Format (TOSS). Cool artwork, lore, and a great run in the highest levels of competition. The deck definitely had its time in the limelight. Today we take a look back at what it was, where it’s currently at, and its potential evolution in the future.
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March 20th 2021
After going through the structure of Time Thief, we’ve seen that the deck has a good enough ceiling AND follow-ups after turn 1. In this installment, we’ll be going through a couple of variants and combo lines that could potentially catch your opponents off guard. This is Onomat, but I like to call it ZuGaGoDo variant.
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March 16th 2021
The Luxury Championship Series (LCS) XI was held last March 13th-14th. The new Forbidden and Limited list dropped on March 11th, and there were only a couple of days of a turnaround until the tournament. Virtual World lost their instant win button, and Drytron was pummeled to the ground with the Union Carrier ban and Cyber Angel Benten limit. Dragon Link was the expected, and eventual, winner of the event. Let’s see how it went.
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