June 13th 2018
Think about your favorite archetype. Is it Sky Strikers? Trickstars? If not, then most likely your favorite archetype is somewhere between Vampires and Dinomist in terms of playability. Not to say these decks aren’t playable, but in comparison to the uber-consistent, board wipe recovering power plays of the top decks, they are… bad.
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May 2nd 2018
Burning Abyss is an eternally popular deck, capable of alternating between aggressive, explosive play and grindy long game. Almost every Burning Abyss monster gets an effect when sent to the GY, and its main card, Dante, Traveller of the Burning Abyss, loops itself with Cir, Malebranche of the Burning Abyss.
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April 21st 2018
Card effects nowadays are long and complicated, with semi-colons, activation requirements and questions of “does that target?” By looking at commonly used cards, we can understand how to use Problem-Solving Card Text (PSCT) and reduce the amount of time wasted by calling for a judge ruling.
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March 2nd 2018
Blue-Eyes White Dragon is one of the most iconic Yu-Gi-Oh! cards of all time. Can the powerful engine of destruction live up to its fame?
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February 22nd 2018
Trap card usage has been decreasing over the years. What are their weaknesses, and is there a new design for Traps that can bring them back?
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February 9th 2018
Big tournaments can be intimidating! Learn how to prepare for them, and how they run. We’ll cover subjects from what deck to play to supplies to bring along!
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January 24th 2018
The Side Deck is one of the least discussed aspects of Yu-Gi-Oh! It’s difficult to do so, as each player’s opinion on its function differs. To begin developing the correct set of answers, the first step should be to determine the role of the side deck.
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January 17th 2018
Ritual Beast is an odd deck that exploded onto the WCQ 2015 scene, and disappeared as swiftly as it appeared. What will change for the deck, with the introduction of its new Link monster?
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