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Dragon Link decks got a major boost recently that culminated in four top-cut finishes in the Luxury Championship Series 4 online tournament. The strategy gained new cards that added to its consistency and some versions even morphed into an FTK deck, which is what we are covering today.Weiter
Have you ever been unable to decide which deck you should play? If you have, then you may be interested to know that the solution is always the same. That's not to say you should always play the same deck, but rather that you can always use the same set of tools to find which deck is best for you.Weiter
There are different opinions on whether it is correct to run two or three copies of Pot of Desires in one's deck. The classic argument for running three is that "it is a very powerful card and I want to draw it as reliably as possible," and the classic argument for two is that "I never want to draw two copies."Weiter
Locals around the world have been starting up again after the break. Everyone is of course really excited to get back into the game. Whether you have been grinding online play or playing through a webcam, nothing beats some old-fashioned real-life duels. This article will prepare you to get back into the game.Weiter
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden & Limited List is a tool that Konami uses to keep the game in balance by hitting cards deemed to be a threat, or by releasing those that no longer appear threatening. A ban or unban creates a new format, which leads to the question: How do you side deck for the unknown?Weiter
The Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG has been going strong for many years. Naturally, the game has evolved a lot since it first hit the shelves. It's always fun and interesting to look back at older formats — and to play them with friends! Today, we'll be looking at Critter format, which is one of the first formats the game ever knew.Weiter