October 17th 2018
The Top 4 Decks from the September 2018 Trinity Cup.
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September 18th 2018
The Top 4 Decks from the August 2018 Trinity Cup.
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August 15th 2018
The July 2018 Trinity Cup was our biggest so far with 26 participants.
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August 3rd 2018
In the first part of this article, we covered the general banlist differences for the World’s Format as well as some of the projected meta decks. Today we’re going to be looking at some more “rogue” picks for the format.
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August 2nd 2018
The Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship has been going on every summer since 2003. However, it wasn’t until last year that people outside the elite few could play the format. To help give an idea of the meta and how the normal TCG meta decks are changing for this event, I’ll taking a brief look at World’s Format.
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June 29th 2018
Sky Striker is a dominant meta deck in both the TCG and OCG. It relies on using a set of powerful generic Spell cards that all require the main monster zone to be empty. Their key card, Sky Striker Mobilize – Engage!, serves as both the main searcher for the deck and its advantage engine. The biggest issue the deck has in its pure form is putting damage on board due to the monster zone restriction.
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June 15th 2018
Gouki Knightmare is a combo based Link focused deck. The main focus of the deck is on utilizing Gouki monsters in combination with Isolde, Two Tales of the Noble Knights in order to create very large Link boards. The new .
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March 14th 2018
Magicians traditionally have been a Pendulum deck that leverages high consistency and a variety of Pendulum monsters to summon various Xyz and Synchro monsters. Since the February 2018 Forbidden List forbid several key cards, the deck has changed its strategy.
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February 15th 2018
The January 2018 Trinity Cup has come and gone. Featured writer MeepMoto27 brings you the Top 4 breakdown and interviews with the finalists.
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January 16th 2018
Dinosaurs were one of the most popular decks of 2017. They saw consistent tops from the release of the Dinosmasher’s Fury Structure Deck through to the September 2017 Forbidden List. However, this list seemingly killed the deck’s competitive viability by banning Lithosagym and Denglong and limiting Miscellaneousaurus..
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