Duel Overload: Future Potential

Duel Overload was officially released on March 20th, 2020 and within the set was 56 new cards. DUOV also includes 30 new Link Monsters for different strategies. You have many of these cards that are certainly good at the moment of release. Crystron Halqifibrax immediately comes to mind. Then you got those cards that might not be at their peak power level. Whether that’s due to pending support, new releases, or a card’s usefulness going up.

Here, I would like to discuss some of these new releases that could be more useful in the future. Some of these might even be fairly strong right now. These are the cards that best symbolize the idea of “future potential” in the game.

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Five Yugioh Activities to Do at Home

So a certain illness has shut down your regionals and closed your locals. You find yourself with no choice but to remain within your home. A lesser duelist might succumb to these circumstances, letting their skills rust and their passion dwindle. Is that what you are, dear reader – a third-rate duelist with fourth-rate dedication? I think not! No quarantine can dampen your love for the game. But in case you need a push of motivation or a jolt of creative energy, here are five ways to enjoy Yugioh while sheltering in place at home.

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When Erratas Go Too Far

You’ve been out of the game for quite a while. The last thing you remember dealing with is having your entire hand looped out due to Crush Card Virus and losing to Dark Armed Dragon beatdown. You were glad when CCV was banned, but still felt that it was time for you to leave.
When you heard that it came back off the banlist, you were surprised. How can a card so powerful come off the list all willy-nilly? But what was even more surprising to you is that absolutely no one played the card anymore.

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YCS Vegas 3v3 Side Event 2nd Place Lunalight Report

I participated in the 3v3 side event with my team on both days and placed 2nd both times. However, Sunday’s side event was much bigger and felt more rewarding. I picked up a playset of Magicians’ Souls and wanted to try it out. For the event, I decided to play Lunalight. It is clearly a meta deck, but this build catered to going second and did not run any Psy-Frame or Danger! cards. I was Player B; Player A played Block Burning Abyss and Player C played Spyrals.

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