February 15th 2021
S-Force (Security Forces) is an archetype that debuted in the set Blazing Vortex. It is comprised of monsters from the ever-growing pool of Dark and Light. They vary in types, having Warrior, Spellcaster, Cyberse and Psychic sprinkled all around. The archetype relies on banishing and columns, seemingly akin to Mekk-Knights. Oh and one last cool thing to note – they’re tied to Time-thief and Psy-Frames (and I:P Masquerena, apparently).
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February 11th 2021
The Luxury Championship Series (LCS) X was held last January 30th-31st. We expected much of what we saw. Droll & Lock Bird saw main deck play, Virtual World, Drytron, and Eldlich were absolutely rampant. However, there were a few surprises – from deck choices to top cut appearances. Today we will take a look at those and how the current meta is shaping up.
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January 30th 2021
We’re in a meta where you need to open hand traps against combo decks to stand a chance. What’s the catch if you don’t? You’re going to be staring down Vanity’s Ruler, Herald of Ultimateness, or True King of All Calamities. These big boys all either lock you down or just straight up negate every single card in your hand. Today we’re going to take a look at what main deck hand traps and side deck options are viable in an attempt to prevent these bosses from even coming out.
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January 20th 2021
Salamangreats in January 2021? It’s a new year. The Pandemic still hasn’t ended. There are no in-person events. And lastly,
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January 16th 2021
Virtual World has taken competitive Yu-Gi-Oh! by storm. It immediately bagged the trophy from Luxury Gaming’s LCS IX, held last December 12 – 13, 2020. The strategy proved to be incredibly difficult to deal with for most decks. Having VFD (True King of All Calamities) was, and still is its main win condition.
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