Dark Magician

Deck Information
Deck Type: Non-Meta Decks
Deck Master: Red-Eyes Dark Dragoon
TCG/OCG: Both.
Submission Date: August 29th 2020
Author: jobe04051993
YGOPRODeck File Download

No strategy explanation needed. You either got it or you don't.



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MonsterDark Magician x3
Magician of Dark Illusion x2
Apprentice Illusion Magician x3
Dark Magician Girl x2
Magician's Rod x3
Magicians' Souls x3
SpellsDark Magical Circle x3
Allure of Darkness x2
Dark Magic Attack x1
Magicalized Fusion x2
Spellbook of Knowledge x2
Dark Magic Expanded x1
Dark Magic Inheritance x1
Secrets of Dark Magic x2
Soul Servant x3
TrapsEternal Soul x2
Destined Rivals x3
Magician Navigation x2
ExtraQuintet Magician x1
Dark Magician the Dragon Knight x2
Red-Eyes Dark Dragoon x2
The Dark Magicians x2
Dark Magician Girl the Dragon Knight x1
Red-Eyes Flare Metal Dragon x1
Dark Armed, the Dragon of Annihilation x1
Number 11: Big Eye x1
Ebon Illusion Magician x1
Norito the Moral Leader x1
Darkness Metal, the Dragon of Dark Steel x1
Imduk the World Chalice Dragon x1
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64 thoughts on “Dark Magician


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    August 29, 2020 at 8:39 am

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    Combo explanations coming up!!!

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    August 29, 2020 at 9:14 pm

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    COMBOS:
    1. DM & DM/or MODI > Armed Dragon, Ebon, Big Eye, or Flare Metal. DMG & AIM > Norito. In every duel you should start with the Dragon Knight/Dark Dragoon setup: You summon Rod, add Eternal Soul or Circle to your hand (search for either one as long as you have both in your hand already), then activate Souls to summon DM. Link summon Imduk by sending DM to the graveyard. Activate Circle then search out Secrets of DM and set it face down with Eternal Soul. During your opponents turn, activate Eternal to summon DM then trigger Secrets to Fusion summon either Dragon Knight or Dark Dragoon by using Imduk and DM as the Fusion materials (1 turn setup if you have another DM in your hand or a 2 turn setup, depending on what you do or have). You should go for Dragon Knight first and then use Magicalized Fusion to summon Dark Dragoon. If you got an extra Secrets, you can bring out another Fusion monster which it could be another Dragoon or another Dragon Knight (REMINDER: Always go for IMDUK for the setup). You can also XyZ summon your Dragons for any Fusion materials too by using Secrets or Magicalized. Other combos are endless possibilities, just depends on you as a duelist. ALSO if you have 5 Spellcasters with different names in your graveyard, you comeback with Quintet to win the Duel. REMINDER: ALWAYS have Rod (or DM Circle) search out Destined Rivals to stun Effect monsters and monster effects if you use Souls to summon DM. Like I said, you either got it or you dont. If this deck dont make WCS this year, Idk what to tell you as a duelist. Smfh. Anyways good luck to everyone. Long live the Dark Magician!

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    August 29, 2020 at 11:39 pm

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    Update: Still undefeated. 11-0 against Adamancipator, Dinos, and Sky Strikers.

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    August 30, 2020 at 3:59 am

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    Another quick update: Im still undefeated 12-0 against this DM mirror deck, won 2-1 (surrendered by mistake, smfh but I still won). In the 2 turn setup, REMEMBER YOU CAN EITHER summon Dragon Knight, Dark Magicians, or Dark Dragoon with Secrets Of DM and with Imduk already on the field. Your negates: Navigation, Norito, and the face down Destined Rivals. Also DMTDK, DMC, E Soul, and Rivals (probably with Expanded) will make you have an unstoppable board. Best combo in duel history.
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    August 30, 2020 at 5:25 am

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    The 2 turn setup should always look like this:
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    You got endless choices and options. Enjoy!

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    August 30, 2020 at 5:02 pm

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    The Extra deck should look something like this:
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    August 31, 2020 at 3:07 am

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    Bonus tip: When you have DMTDK, Circle, & Eternal setup, ALWAYS have Destined Rivals ready. Why? Because you can activate it after your opponents Draw Phase, then your opponent wont be able to use effects of monsters (especially the ones that spam) before they hit the field and/or summoned on the field (READING IS FUNDMENTAL, so yeah you can already lock out your opponents monster effects before they pop off). So you still got a HUGE advantage against the Top Tier Meta decks. And people was calling “Destined Rivals weak” when it disables your opponents monsters from spamming effects/activations. Huge advantage against Dragoon in the mirror match. A very great card indeed because its until end of the turn and it can be effective before/when/after monsters are summoned. Maybe a lowkey underrated card for DM (and its searchable!). Hopefully this help DM be a more better powerhouse in the metagame aspect!

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    August 31, 2020 at 6:06 am

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    hmm Actually the card reads that 1) you need to control Dark Magician to activate it and 2) it negates all effects of monsters that the opponent *Currently Controls* ~ which means that there would be no use in activating it after the draw phase, unless your opponent already controls monsters on the field. Just wanted to clear up the misunderstanding ;)

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    August 31, 2020 at 7:24 am

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    Well first… I didn’t say you can activate it without DM. Second, the effect would still apply while, or after the monster is summoned onto the field, so “currently” would also mean monsters already on the field thats still being controlled so its totally not wrong. Anyways thanks for clearing up the activation condition!

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    August 31, 2020 at 8:49 am

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    Yeap, thats rigth – (i already mentioned unless your opponent already controls monsters – in this case effect would apply ye)… what I meant its not exactly useful if you use the trap before they hit the field – because their effects wouldnt be negated… and ye it has the ability to disable spamming but you need to use it with the rigth timing and … i think some decks can get past this trap. Anyways, nice deck, thanks for the upload.

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    August 31, 2020 at 9:35 am

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    Very true! Thanks!

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    August 31, 2020 at 7:27 pm

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    This deck is confirmed tournament approved. 👍

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    September 1, 2020 at 1:25 am

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    Proof please

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    September 2, 2020 at 4:12 am

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    Not trying to bash or anything, but what is it about this build that you claim makes it so top tier? As much as I love the DM archetype, I also know that a pure build is something that can’t compete with the Meta. DM just doesn’t create the necessary presence to be formidable. It’s too susceptible to interruption because it requires too much set up with too many combo pieces, so if you don’t open with the right cards, you’re not gonna get very far. And even if you do get all the right cards and your opponent doesn’t stop any of your combo pieces, the end board is not that impressive. Sure, now we got Dark Dragoon available, but that’s the biggest threat the deck can produce, and cards like forbidden droplet and dark ruler no more can take him down. I know you say you’ve beaten Meta decks with this, but I’m just having a hard time believing this. Again, not trying to tear down the deck. I just think that beyond being a fun, casual deck to take to locals, it doesn’t really go much further. Peace.

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    September 2, 2020 at 4:58 pm

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    Pure build can compete with meta. Reasons why: No hybrid bricks and no other mix of random nonsense cards (ex. Keeper Of Dragon Magic, Red Eyes, and etc). Hadnt lost in my run with this deck but this deck works very well. Locals or not, deck is pretty great due to the 2 turn setup. Dragoon is not the main goal of this deck, its Dragon Knight for a lot of reasons: To be unaffected by your opponents card effects and negate your opponents effects. You do not go for Dragoon until the next turn, you dont go for Dragoon first unless you need to in a bad situation. My streak posted is factual. Thanks for checking this out!

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    September 2, 2020 at 6:07 pm

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    I must humbly disagree with you there. I’ve played DM since the very first starter deck came out, and I also started playing it again back when it started to get better support in 2016 from the Dark Illusion, then later when Apprentice Illusion Magician and Dragon Knight came out the following year, and as much as I enjoy playing it, the deck does not hold up to the Meta if you’re only running DM specific support. Let me address some of the issues I find:

    – Adding “hybrid bricks” like you say, can actually hurt the deck. I’ll agree with you there. Even some of the support created that you know is meant to work with DM can be more hurtful than helpful at times (like Dragon Keeper of Magic). But thinking that playing the DM specific cards like the ones listed here are gonna allow you to play brick-free is just not accurate. You have way too many cards that are needed to open up and make your ideal board (since the plan is to first make Dragon Knight, like you said), and a lot of the cards in your list don’t help make that easier.

    – 2 turns for a setup is way too slow. Most meta decks aim to either destroy you in one turn or set up board in 1 turn to keep you from playing. This has always been the biggest downside to DM.

    – Dragon Knight is fine, but other than being unaffected by card effects (assuming you have eternal Soul face up), he’s just a 3K beatstick that protects your backrow, and even that’s lackluster. You have Circle and Soul, which at best provides a banish once per turn.

    – The only other thing that impacts your opponent is Destined Rivals, which is just a finicky version of Dark Ruler No More. If you use it during your opponent’s turn, it has to be precisely timed to have any sort of impact, but if you plan on using it during your turn to stun your opponent’s board from responding, you still have to have set it in a previous turn, and hope that your opponent doesn’t have anything to respond to it (they can still negate it with monster effects even if Dragon Knight is face up, since he only protects back row from targeting and destruction, not negation).

    -Dragoon should be the go-to-first, just to have some presence on the field to disrupt the opponent while you do your 2 turn setup. Assuming you already have Soul and Circle face up, at least you’ll have potential banish during your opponent’s turn and 1 negation. And if you’re worried about them blowing up your back row and destroying the soul, at least Dragoon will stay on field since he’s immune to effect destruction.

    Sorry for the lengthy response, but I didn’t want to just say “you’re wrong,” without providing any actual context to what I’m saying. Again, not trying to offend or anything like that. Just trying to provide my insight and hope that it helps someone out who might actually read all this. Peace.

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    September 3, 2020 at 2:02 am

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    Kind of busy so Ima keep it short but all Ima say personally is that I never lost with this deck even with hand trap ready decks and negations. My record with this deck is actually still undefeated. So maybe it wont work for anybody else but it works for me. So there’s that. Beat True King with this, beaten the Block Dragon with this deck. So maybe its luck or maybe its just horrible players, may never know. Anyways thanks!

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    September 3, 2020 at 6:15 am

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    Alright im not busy so I got time. 2 Turn setup isnt slow. It’s perfect. But I left out the fact you can revive DM with Dark Magic Veil to bring out Dragon Knight or Dragoon on the same turn, that would make it a 1 turn setup. I have 2 turn setups and sometimes 1 turn setups so its debatable. I’ll leave that one up to yall.

    And yes… NOT just hybrid cards but also DM hybrid decks. The worst kind of deck building. Players actually using Verte & RE Fusion… to bring out… Dragoon? A monster that can be stopped by Kaijus, Droplets, & etc??? Yeah man going through trouble for that is pretty much wack. So yeah hybrids always been the mentality of a victimized trash duelist trying to win desperately to still lose. Pure builds are always the best way to build a great consistent deck.

    Dragon Knight is not fine, ITS GREAT. Untouchable board THEN Destined Rivals can BE USED SINCE DRAGON KNIGHT IS TREATED AS DM so negation to stop floodgates/monster effect activations. So yes, WITHOUT DRAGON KNIGHT, whos going to protect your back row (other than Expanded)? EXACTLY.

    Why? Dragoon could still be stopped by Super Polymerization, Droplets and Kaijus!!! Wouldn’t make sense then once its gone, your back row getting targeted by Cosmic or Galaxy or some monster effect then Eternal Soul destroying every monster you got on the field, wrong move. HOW you going to disrupt your opponent without DM with Circle on the field or even Dragon Knight? Or even spam DMTDK back from the GY to protect you after a Kaiju summoned? THATS WHY you do not go into Dragoon. Thats a stupid persons way of thinking. They’re waiting for you to do that, you got to think ahead of the curve and do the opposite. If you realize they dont got a trap waiting for Dragoon then go ahead and summon him but its dumb to risk your back row then also risk Dragoon to Lava Golem or a Kaiju or even Super Polymerization/Venom Dragon. Thats why Dragon Knight is first to be summoned.

    It’s much more to it than just disrupting, its always protecting the board but also DM Circle can disrupt and so can Rivals too as long as DM IS KEPT protected. Thats the point of the setup. Negate and banish while having a protected back row so you make your next move. You can do a lot with this deck so it really depends on you but the combos are pretty good so… thanks!

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    September 4, 2020 at 4:04 am

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    I thought this was a pretty rational debate, until for some reason, you felt it necessary to refer to other players as having the mentality of a victimized trash duelist just because they don’t play pure builds. Or calling someone stupid for not agreeing with your strategy. I’ve expressed my opinions in this article about several things about your deck that I didn’t agree with, but not once did I resort to trash talking you. In fact, I even told you that everything I said was not intended as malice, but merely to discuss the deck’s strengths and weaknesses and maybe even share ideas on how to improve on it. Since you can’t seem to respond in a civil way I’ll leave this final reply to your response.

    – 2 turn setup is not perfect at all. It’s actually 1 turn too slow. I already mentioned this earlier, but meta decks are extremely consistent in getting their field set up in one turn to stop you from setting up yours in the next turn (if they’re going first), or are capable of breaking your board even with disruption. I don’t know how you can actually claim that a 2 turn set up isn’t slow and that it can hold its own against the meta playing like this. Maybe this has worked for you, but if it did, I’m inclined to believe that either you played some very inexperienced players who didn’t know how to play their decks, or you’re exaggerating your victories. I honestly don’t care at this point.
    – Most decks that are Top tier aren’t pure builds. Sometimes people will splash in an engine to suit their strategy, like sky strikers or trickstars. Even SPYRAL managed to see some play again when Magician’s Souls came out, because the card had so much synergy with the deck, you would think that it was actually meant for SPYRALs rather than DM. So if anything, nobody is playing the victim for choosing to play hybrid builds. They’re only playing to win.
    -You keep hyping Dragon Knight, and the only thing going for it is that it is immune to card effects, and it protects back row. So what? This deck’s back row is so lackluster, it doesn’t matter if your opponent stops it or not. Reviving DM once per turn to banish a card is not enough interruption to make a significant impact to the opponent, so he’s literally just a Dark Blue-Eyes immune to effects. That’s not a solid win condition. And I’ve already said what I needed to say about Destined Rivals so not gonna bother repeating that.
    – Why Dragoon? Because he can break boards and win games. The fact that he doesn’t need back row set up to give any kind of protection already makes him better. Plus, he’s not just a big 3K beatstick that just sits there. He’s an omni-negate that gets stronger, and he can pop at least one monster and burn your opponent while still being able to attack afterward. Also, the fact that you’re only argument against him is that he can be kaiju’d or negated or super poly’d while Dragon Knight is immune to all that is a bit hypocritical, if you ask me. You assume your opponent is more than capable of taking down Dragoon with ease, and think they have no out to Dragon Knight. Let’s apply the same logic. What if they Kaiju your Dragon Knight? He’s no longer on the field protecting your backrow, so they can now use cyclone or twin twisters to wipe out your Soul/Circle combo. Or even worse, they can respond to your activation of soul to bring him back, by activating Ghost Belle, DD Crow, or Called by the grave. These are cards that are more common nowadays thanks to Eldlich. So yeah, both fusions have their weaknesses, but clearly one is better than the other.

    I know you’re probably gonna respond and say something illogical to dispute everything I said, because who would have the audacity to say that your deck isn’t the greatest deck of all time. Heck, you might even insult me and call me a trash duelist or something petty like that. But I won’t take it personal, ’cause I stand by everything I said, and at the end of the day, you believe whatever you want to believe, even if you’re the only one that does. Peace.

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    September 4, 2020 at 6:01 am

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    Wasnt trash talking you, was just saying in general about victimized players & how stupid IT IS to misplay a strategy, wasn’t aimed at you or no one in particular. Im just saying its kind of ignorant to setup Dragoon first, knowing bombing first would be the dumbest mistake to make in the duel. What purpose is that? That dont make no sense. A lot of players can play around Dragoon even if it negates. Thats my entire point I was making.

    And yes hybrid decks are pretty dumb. Splashable cards are debatable but in general, DM going to brick harder with hybrids because of Circles search effect mainly especially when you need access to more specifically listed cards. Thats why a lot of DM decks dont see play because of way too many hybrid cards crammed in especially cards that never belonged or related to the DM archetype. Victimized duelist always find ways to abuse hybrids because they aren’t good duelist, in fact, players that abuse cards are the reason why Konami will never stop banning or take any cards off of a banlist because players are greedy and desperate to abuse cards because they arent good duelist and never has been. They’re the main reason for the banlist existing and it wont ever go away until their victimized mentality of abuse go away. Thats what a victimized duelist is. It can be meta players or non meta players.

    When you seen this deck list, there’s not 1 card that can abused in this deck that is ban worthy but still good enough to mop the floor with meta. Thats the difference between a good duelist and abusable victimized “trash” duelist.

    Back on topic anyway. I see the point you made and I dont disagree with it but you’re not understanding the fact you can still lose with Dragoon summoned no matter what the circumstances are, so if your board gets took away, they’re going to take advantage of Dragoon being a liability. Yeah Dragoon can stall and negate but what makes it so good to not be vulnerable to other cards can remove it or still attack it to destroy it? Trust players this year will be prepared for Dragoon and Dragoon players are going to lose in the locals & regionals unless they have a plan and if not, then they’re screwed if they think bringing out Dragoon is just going to win them the duel.

    Its not about agreeing with me, its more about realizing what your opponent is about to use or throw at you. I been in a lot of duels with meta decks that only seems to target the board so they can prepare to OTK you when they remove everything and or negate but thats why DMTDK and Eternal become really important because of your unbreakable board can be unaffected. Anyways I read the rest of your paragraphs, some stuff I do agree with and other things are just “what if” ramblings I could care less about. You make pretty great points but you still dont get it. Anyways still thanks for replying and checking the deck out! Very good debate!

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    September 4, 2020 at 8:30 am

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    Well, first we need to think of hybrid decks in general, not only how those cards work in a DM deck. Next, well… I have read most of your posts and..you keep changing ideas – first you say Dark Magician Girl is trash in DM deck, the next deck you make Burning Magic your focus. Likewise, with this deck, before you claimed that you didn’t need any fusions, because they dont help the deck… well now it seems that you have realised that they do help.
    As for whether hybrid duelists are good or not is debatable, what is your definition of abusing cards?… from what you have talked about earlier i can guess it’s special summoning multiple times in one turn or drawing out half your deck rigth? Well you see decks like Admanacipators in the meta, which you have admitted to having some trouble with before, therefore the cards they use and deck they used is indeed strong. To me it seems that you are just biased against these duelists because you don’t like long turns and are prefer a more slow paced duel. Ban worthy cards ~ this is also biased, a lot of people dislike Dragoon. The reason why Konami ban cards, is to make ways for new strategies and adapt the banlist to the meta… if you even look at 2005 or 2006, when duels were slower, Konami still banned cards (maybe less cards, but the reason for that would be that there was a smaller card pool to ban from). Additionaly to my perspective it doesn’t seem that you have dueled many strong duelists, since you haven’t encountered many handtraps, and you always consider the duel situation in your advantage, what if your opponent had omni-negates first turn, and you didn’t draw the cards you need for your combos (unlike in the Anime, you don’t always get what you want).

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    September 4, 2020 at 6:24 pm

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    That was because of Timaeus. I said Timaeus is easily one of the worst duel cards in YGO history because you cannot search the card and yes I said DMG & Fusions slows down the DM decks in the past until I found away to make use of them. As meta changes per month and per year so does my DM deck ideas. I actually find DMG useful for draws, Burning Magic, & discarding/Fusion summons now. I can still win duels without Fusions in any DM deck but yes they were making things slow at first because Timaeus & Eternal Soul were not showing up at the same time when they are or were needed. So yes, yes I was. Timaeus is still trash. Why you think its not incorporated in this decklist.

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    I done sat through super long SPYRALS and Adamancipators duels before. They do take a long time and spam too much, therefore I have beaten both of them with most DM decks built through out the months I created them. Yes, most metagame cards are abusable and can cause players a lot of problems if not stopped or prevented. Never had a problem with slow paced or fast paced, just players be wasting their time and wasting your time since losing is inevitable and they’re desperately trying to setup a big board first turn is the main major sign of a weak victimized duelist, trying to prevent you from activating cards or demolishing their entire LPs by going through great lengths to take up about 200 seconds per turn to get off combos. In most tournaments, players would be disqualified for wasting that much time. Hurry up and get your turn finished with. Nobody didnt come to see you Link summon 20+ monsters in 1 turn that took up about your entire time limit. Time limits exist for a reason, in actual tournaments they would be banned for holding up a players time like that. So Im not wrong for hating it, its just pointless and really dumb to go through all of that for a win (and likely possibly still lose). Hand traps are pointless as well, Joyous & etc are just more hybrid junk that does nothing great. Yeah you stopped a card from being added to their hand, so what? Its means nothing especially when they can outplay that by spamming more cards so hand traps are dumb to have, its just false hope given to players by Conami. You could have a hand full of hand traps and still lose by discarding them all while your opponent already found a way to bypass or be unaffected by them. Thats why I dont play with any or not anymore to say the least. Say no to victimization and say no to the abused/abusable.

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    Dragoon wont be banned nor is it abusable but its only abuse is through Red Eyes Fusion & Predaplant Verte. Only both Verte & Red Eyes might be limited or ban though because they’re abusable and they’re pretty much super easy access to bring out Dragoon. Plus I dont use those dumb hybrid cards because its corny & cheap. Another sign of a victimized trash duelist. I dueled a lot of strong duelist and overcame them. I just think its time wasting when meta players hop on the bandwagon to play meta decks to be assimilated like the rest of the players. Kind of lame and dumb. If you check the percentages of tournament deck users: OTHERS is 60%-80% which means a lot of players dont approve of Konamis metagame or their meta decks which is something I agree with. Nobody wants meta or really wants to be associated nor assimilated with it in tournament except major money spenders that are delusional or victimized about in the metagame. But I had not lost with this deck so Im happy with my undefeated streak. Anyways thanks!

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    September 5, 2020 at 12:04 am

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    Time limit in Yugioh TCG events is 40 minutes unless otherwise specified by the tournament admin. Even using 2-3 handtraps may help, and something like Droll and Lock Bird stops your opponent from adding any cards to hand. Then, i assume you’re definition of weak and victimised is someone who doesn’t need to think and just copy the deck and combo’s. Some people make their own unqiue (spam) combos (reffering to any deck, not just meta). And ye, i understand that you don’t like the concept of people trying to stop you from playing yugioh (by negating everything and demolishing LP). Also, have you thought of hybrid cards in decks that don’t really spam (Eld/Dogma). You’re streak from all of your decks still seems dubious, but you can believe what you like (and verse me so that i can break your streak ;)).

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    September 5, 2020 at 12:48 am

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    NeoBaby meet me on DuelingNexus tomorrow.

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    September 5, 2020 at 1:53 am

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    Tommorow i am busy, i can play after tommorow. It would be easier to set a time with Discord – NeoBabyDragony#6483. My username is pretty much the same on Nexus so you can find me when you’re on.

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    September 5, 2020 at 2:06 am

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    Okay I’ll be waiting after tomorrow. I dont have a Discord. Just find me on here. I be checking every 30 mins to a hour, hourly, so I wont be hard to miss.

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    September 5, 2020 at 5:17 pm

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    Cat fight :P

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    September 14, 2020 at 5:34 pm

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    It got banned in OCG, not TCG. In TCG, its not OP. Only reason why its OP because OCGs Maxx C giving Dragoon draw power, in TCG we dont have Maxx C free from being banned so Dragoon wont be banned in TCG. I knew it would be banned in OCG because Japan got cards that would be banned in TCG that arent banned in OCG. So there’s that. But in TCG, Red Eyes Fusion and Predaplant Verte should’ve got limited in the TCG banlist, which they still might after Konami studies how many times players in TCG are going to abuse both Verte and Red Eyes Fusion, most likely they’re going to get limited and Dragoon wont get touched because its not OP enough. Without Maxx C and or any actual draw power, Dragoon is trash due to Forbidden Droplet being new meta.

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    September 16, 2020 at 10:10 pm

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    Okay. Im undefeated in TCGs Meta. 7-0 is my Duel Record.

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    September 17, 2020 at 12:28 am

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    You’ll lose vs me :P

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    September 17, 2020 at 12:40 am

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    TCG Meta 7-0. I just beaten TeamSamuraix1 Dino deck back to back in 2-0 match. Is this your Tier?

    Pure Dark Magician about to take over TCG. Meta decks most feared deck: Pure Dark Magician. Made the meta user surrender in fear.

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    September 17, 2020 at 12:50 am

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    :lol: :lol: Set up a match then.

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    September 17, 2020 at 1:08 am

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    Come to duelingbook where the sim doesn’t hold your hand :) Katakuri13 is my username. I’ll take you on

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    September 17, 2020 at 1:17 am

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    Duelingbook is nothing but sims. :lol: :lol: Come to Nexus and duel like a real man. Jobe1993 be the name. I’ll be waiting with my undefeated deck.

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    September 17, 2020 at 1:31 am

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    Duelingbook is all manual, no hand holding. Dueling nexus is for babies who don’t know how to play and need the sim to tell them when they can activate their effects. You want to prove how good you are, come to my platform and prove how good you are :)

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    September 17, 2020 at 2:06 am

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    Duelingbook full of braindeads who think they’re good duelist. Lmfaoo lol Come to Nexus we’re waiting for you. If you got a brain, use that strong thinking of yours… it shouldn’t be that “hard” after all… right? 😬

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    September 17, 2020 at 2:25 am

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    Well I like to play the game, not click on menu prompts so I play IRL and test on duelingbook. They are good duelists cause they actually have to know what they’re doing. Literally any monkey can use dueling nexus or edo pro since the simulator tells you what to do. Sounds like you’re too scared to come out of your comfort zone, don;t worry we all know you are. Its okay, stay in your safe space ;)

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    September 17, 2020 at 2:30 am

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    What are you scared of :lol: :lol: All sims are the same, are they not? You just scared and want to get over an opponent because you know if timed or chained correctly, you’d lose, even while reading the card effects. I see you smart guy. Very very smart. :lol: I won duels without any sims but you sound scared of an… “sim”? Crazy. :lol:

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    September 17, 2020 at 2:50 am

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    No I just like to play the game, you like nexus to do half the work for you. We have a term for you, its hyper casual. You’re a joke, everyone knows you’re joke. Your decks are all the hottest of garbage and you know it. You troll on here but in reality you lose every game cause you play the worst deck in the history of the game, dank magican. News flash the only way dank magician will ever be anything more than table 500 garbage is if they banned every other deck in the game. But please, tell me how its tier 1 and can beat the best decks. You’re such a meme, your decks always bring me such a laugh

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    September 17, 2020 at 5:38 am

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    If Im such a joke, then why duel me? :lol: I could care less about other players opinions because all they know is meta. I know meta and rogue, therefore my knowledge on deck building is accurately good. You just mad and angry because I beat the other Top Relevant Meta decks in TCG with a Dark Magician ROGUE deck that meta players hate (and that supposedly sucks in real life). Where or when did I troll? :lol: I dont have bricks in this deck other than Destined Rivals maybe. Dont have to troll about my back to back wins from matches. Going first or second, the starting hand is great. You sound like a bitter hater thats always hating on good decks. :lol:

    Meet me on Nexus whenever you decide to man up.

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    September 17, 2020 at 6:19 am

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    I know meta, rogue, fun, anime and meme style decks. I can duel on one of the aforementioned platforms of your preference, but not until Monday/Tuesday. Also, if you’re such a man, how come I never saw you on Nexus when we were supposed to duel? hmm I don’t agree that DM is the worst deck, there are worse decks like Genex and Ice Barrier ( which will get support soon!). I know more than meta but still think there’s something fishy with your streak (maybe you added some aqua monsters to ur DM deck ;) :lol: ). Your starting hand won’t always be great, you gotta run out of luck sometime, afterall this is not the Yugioh anime.

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    September 17, 2020 at 11:00 am

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    Jobe won’t duel me on duelingbook cause he knows he cant win, its okay we all know he cant :)

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    September 17, 2020 at 4:38 pm

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    NeoBaby then meet me on Nexus today. Also SoulKing you’re a coward. Nexus is opened to anyone of you. You can always find me on there.

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    September 17, 2020 at 5:21 pm

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    Nah Jobe you’re the coward, we all know it. Imagine being so scared you won’t leave your safe space :)

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    September 17, 2020 at 6:04 pm

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    Are they all not the same programs? :lol: Yes or no? Your plan is to get over on the opponent so they can missplay that way you can win. You think you’re clever and smart lmfao. Good try though. :lol: Never seen anybody this scared to duel me on Nexus because they can’t cheat on there the way they want to. Funny as Hell. :lol: :lol:

    We’re still waiting for you 24/7. All day. All night.

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    September 17, 2020 at 9:09 pm

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    I will be online starting at 7pm and waiting, show me how busted dank magician is :)

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    September 17, 2020 at 10:29 pm

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    Duel me around 8pm, SoulKing13. I’ll be ready then.

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    September 17, 2020 at 11:07 pm

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    ok post the link and I’ll play you

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    September 18, 2020 at 1:14 am

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    Where you at? I been waiting for 13 minutes.

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    September 18, 2020 at 1:20 am

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    im literally waiting for you to start the game…

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    September 18, 2020 at 1:37 am

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    I don’t think you can top any tournaments playing like that dude, good game. I’d advise you not to just shotgun all your effects, you really have a tendency to prematurely activate disruptions way before they’re at the optimal point. Were you reading what my cards did? I didn’t get that impression. Perhaps you’re used to slower decks that lose to 1 disruption but this meta certainly does not. But with some more practice, I think you can top a locals :)

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    September 18, 2020 at 2:33 pm

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    I was too distracted to even think. It wasn’t my actual DM deck. It was a test brick deck. I didnt switch them out. Could care less about the duel loss. Thats why I surrender and quit.

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    September 18, 2020 at 2:46 pm

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    I have to point how after you’ve lost you’ve suddenly had a massive shift in tone. You’re no longer super arrogant and cocky. This is better, you should be like this more. You really come off like a huge asshole when you act like your shit doesn’t stink. You can feel however you’d like about the game however you had the chance to prove you were a better player and the fact remains that you were curb-stomped. I took the game seriously, if you didn’t well thats too bad because now you can’t brag about how good your deck(s), there’s proof that you are not nearly as good as you think. After seeing you and your deck in action, both of you needs massive work to improve. I can honestly say, I have doubts you’d top a locals. You make some very simple errors in your game play. I’d suggest practicing in rated on duelingbook. You’ll play against strong players, who all understand what they’re doing, and since its rated you can call a judge if you suspect someone is cheating. I’d highly recommend it over nexus :) Best of luck bud, hope you and your decks get better

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    September 19, 2020 at 8:07 pm

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    Rematch. Around 9pm.

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    September 19, 2020 at 8:13 pm

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    I’ll be waiting again @SoulKing13

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    September 19, 2020 at 10:24 pm

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    Why do I need to play again? Its over, just move on :) If you’d like I can look at your “real” deck and offer you some advise on how to play vs combo decks.

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    September 19, 2020 at 11:59 pm

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    I wasnt focused. Was in public, meeting up with ppl. Wasnt fair so I misplayed the second time.

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    September 20, 2020 at 3:51 am

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    Jobe lets be real man, I met you on all of your terms. I came to the platform you wanted, played you at the time you wanted, and took it seriously. Its not my fault or my concern if you didn’t bring your best or any of that. I did my part and you’re not entitled to a rematch. Please accept your loss like a man and move on.

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    September 20, 2020 at 7:02 am

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    I did accept the loss. I built something way better. Undefeated as I post. Guess what deck I beat less than a day ago? The same one you beat me with. Strange huh. I sit currently undefeated right now with it. I thought you guys said DM wouldnt be or couldnt beat meta? Funny how that works…

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    September 20, 2020 at 1:59 pm

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    To be fair I did say you could steal games from the meta, the caveat was that you most likely could not top any major tournament or event. Any deck can win a game or a few games but not every deck can win all of them

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