May 15th 2018
Going into effect from 21 May, the new list has some clear objectives from the outset. Kill off the meta and devastate the rampant FTKs at the top tables.
The way they’ve gone about this is curious. The three main hits to the meta come from the banning of Astrograph Sorcerer, Master Peace the True Dracoslaying King and Supreme King Starving Venom. So let’s boil down the highlights and lowlights of this list even further.
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May 5th 2018
We’re right on the verge of seeing its spiritual successor – Battles of Legend: Relentless Revenge – have its spoilers dropped and the eternal optimist in me wants the same level of fireworks.
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April 26th 2018
Gouki – The Giant Ogre is my new favourite card. It has been the bane of my YGOPro opponents for the last week. Keeping in mind the simplistic, strange choices of deck-builders on YGOPro and its casual status by and large – when I’ve summoned Gouki – The Giant Ogre I’ve won all but two games.
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April 17th 2018
WE all know the main reason most people go to a Yu-Gi-Oh Sneak Peek. You want the chase card.
Either pull the Heavymetalfoes Electrumite or Saryuja Skull Dread with a bit of luck or a lot of wallet work after the event, but by and large there’s nothing further to the normal Sneak Peek player’s mindset.
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March 27th 2018
It’s easy to get caught up in your deck-building and trading choices in the moment.
The meta is literally all about the present. The cards that are dominating today and those decks running riot at the higher tables. You think about those interactions of the day-to-day meta and figure out how to move up in the rankings.
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March 19th 2018
In Yu-Gi-Oh I tend to veer back towards a deck or a format that captures my best memories of the game, or that steals attention every time the format shifts. For me, that deck of immense passion has to be Superheavy Samurai.
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