May 24th 2019
Ever since the release of Pendulum Evolution in 2017, Pendulum Magicians have constantly evolved to adapt to the meta. The archetype had a slow start; Zoodiacs rampaged the meta and Magicians barely saw play. However, when Jeff Jones took a UDS after the next banlist, its popularity jumped and has seen play since.
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May 6th 2019
Floodgates are one of the most controversial topics when it comes to the health of the game. Are they healthy? Are they necessary? I’ll be reviewing currently popular floodgates and sharing my thoughts.
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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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January 27th 2019
The first main set of 2019 will be no other than Savage Strike, a set full of powerful cards to spice up the game. It includes the set’s cover card, Borreload Savage Dragon, a very solid monster that boasts a strong effect, powerful stats, and very cool artwork.
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December 13th 2018
As both a player and a judge, deck error penalties are a pain to deal with. Split sleeves, a decklist error, or warped cards can result from a warning to a game loss, which ruins both a player’s record and experience.
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October 12th 2018
What if somebody told you one of the best cards in Soul Fusion is a common? In this article, we will do a brief analysis on a card from a brand new archetype: Dinowrestler Pankratops.
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October 4th 2018
Trap cards define one of three major types of cards played in Yugioh. Although not used nearly as much nowadays, certain decks heavily focus on them, such as Paleozoics and Altergeists. Today we will analyze a powerful Trap card set for release in the upcoming TCG set Soul Fusion: Trap Trick.
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September 30th 2018
“Activate Desires?” “Chain Ash.”
One has probably been in this situation before at their local card shop, an online simulator, or with friends. While many people are okay with cards like Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring in our cardpool, there are others who wonder where Yu-Gi-Oh! has gone wrong. This article will explore the evolution of what we call handtraps.
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