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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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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August 2nd 2019
One of the few chase cards in Rising Rampage is the new Link 4 Apollousa, Bow of the Goddess. She is also one of the four cards in the set to have two rarities, with a foil boost to her already elusive secret rarity.
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July 10th 2019
This weeks Yu-Gi-Oh! Deck Spotlight focuses on Orcust! We take a look at some uploaded user decks that fill this criteria.
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July 3rd 2019
The Phantom Knights of Rusty Bardiche first appeared in the Legendary Hero Decks as a TCG exclusive. The Phantom Knights (PKs) are very popular, and PK Rusty did not disappoint its fans. At first glance, Rusty screamed card advantage and has been responsible for many of the powerful boards that any dark deck can dish out today.
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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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