The world of boss monsters is ever-changing. Bosses are usually reserved for higher-level monsters and are present in every Extra Deck mechanic. In the case of links, the most iconic ones are Link 4. As the most generic Extra Deck mechanic, Link 4’s are the easiest to summon across all decks, and thus lead to a decision when deck building. Which should I choose?Read more
It seems weird to start a tourney report series involving Goat Format, considering I haven’t been part of any major official tournaments. But over the course of playing, I found a couple of instances, while hysterical at times, are worthy enough for an article.Read more
There are many different decks running around the current online meta right now. This is due to the access to every card, giving room for experimentation without monetary loss. While Adamancipator, Eldlich, and Crystron Halqifibrax decks are still the primary meta decks, many fewer meta strategies utilize interesting techs to combat them.Read more
Many Duel Links players express a dislike for decks they deem “Lame”, such as Dark Magician, Crystron, and Ritual Beasts. They just want to swarm the field with big monsters. Duel Links certainly allows players to fulfill this dream, with decks such as Masked Heroes, Blue Eyes and Blackwings. But there’s one viable aggro deck that often goes overlooked. Let me introduce you to Machina.Read more
Following the Evoluton of Eldlich, this artile will take a look at the other tier 0.5 deck in the format.
The deck has come a long way from doing nothing in the east to making people rally for a Block Dragon ban. Let’s see how and why the deck took the route it did.
Celebrated heroes of legends clash with religious cultists under the imminent threat of Red-Eyes Dark Dragoon. An assembly of critters lurks within the shadows, biding their chance to grab the spotlight. They are the 3-Axis Synchro, a collection of impactful level 3s that are accomplished monsters in their aspects. By blending several strong cards, this deck summons multiple powerful monsters from the Extra Deck amidst increased consistency with little expenses.Read more
Kaijus continue to retain their timeless, foreboding presence to threaten the peace of their opponent’s boards. Serving as an effortless way to remove targets with protection, these colossal titans seek to pit against each other out on our tables – a scene that becomes a threat if the challenge is left unanswered. So when your Kaiju turns rampant against you, what do you have for it?Read more
The Yugioh franchise has two distinct parts based on region: the TCG and OCG. The Yugioh TCG is the one us in the west are familiar with. This includes territories such as North America and Europe, containing English language cards. In Yugioh’s home of Japan, as well as countries such as South Korea there is the OCG. Cards are in their respective languages (though there are some OCG cards printed in English called “Asian-English” prints).Read more
Many players probably only recognize the Tenyis because of Vishuda or Adhara. Only a few players know every Tenyi card and fewer can pronounce them all correctly. Most players though? Most players don’t know them at all.
Let’s change that. We’re taking a dive deep on Tenyis, what most players get wrong about them, and how to maximize their potential. Strap in, this is a long one.
Starstrike Blast was an interesting set in the 5Ds era! It’s been almost a decade since its TCG debut, so let’s take a look back and analyze it! We’ll be covering a few cards that aged quite nicely.Read more