June 22nd 2021
Players have waited with baited breath as they wondered what will be done with Dragon Link. With a plethora of main deck options at their beck and call, it was unclear whether any hits would stick. In this list, it is clear that the list makers had one mission at the forefront. Aside from this, some strange guests have made an escape from the forbidden section with mixed results.
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February 21st 2021
With a possible ban list on the way, the market is sure to shift. Despite the uncertainty of what could be hit, there are new engines and tech cards that have yet to surface that have potential to trend up.
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January 13th 2021
Cards with peculiar conditions can introduce strange new “rules” for duelists to follow. These rules-of-thumb stick with players long after their connected card is lost to time.
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October 17th 2020
Maxx “C” was a long-time staple and fan favorite. On the surface, it is a way to control combo decks by limiting their tempo. Thus, it’s a common inquiry as to why Maxx “C” is still banned. To answer this, let us examine past formats to understand what factors make Maxx “C” tolerable in a given format. In answering this question, it will provide insight into the factors that make up “tempo” in Yugioh.
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September 24th 2020
Legendary Duelists: Rage of Ra has a clear target demographic in anime lovers. While The Winged Dragon of Ra is the star of the show, you may be surprised that a different theme steals the show here. I would like to go over each theme of support, as well as the economic aspects of buying this pack.
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September 13th 2020
The September 2020 Forbidden and Limited list has more impact than the other lists this year. It took away power plays and resilience from the top decks. It also gave some interesting options back to older decks. Which decks are most impacted by this list, and how?
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August 30th 2020
Board breaking has long been the standard of tempo in Yugioh. Usually this means maneuvering around several negation cards. With the advent of Numeron Network, monster-based board breakers have split into different niches. Cards like Number S0: Utopic ZEXAL and Mystic Mine demand certain answers as well. How do you construct a deck that can answer all of these threats? First, let’s look at what cards overlap each niche, then observe the math behind drawing cards going second.
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August 13th 2020
For people in your life that play Yugioh, it may seem simple to buy a gift. Yugioh has no shortage of products, ranging from tins, boxes, and packs. But there may be more efficient gifts, depending on your recipient’s goals!
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May 5th 2020
At first, Infernoble Knights do not seem directly related to the original archetype. Their effects pertain mostly to FIRE Warrior-type monsters. However, they can benefit the old build by increasing the number of extenders available, give utility effects, and open up new combo trees.
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February 20th 2020
Game designers have to keep in mind the tolerance of their player base. Card designers run the risk of making a combo that lasts for several minutes, or ones that gain an insane amount of advantage. To prevent unintentional interactions, they need to keep in mind cards that limit the design of other cards.
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