This Week on Video (25/2022)

Every week Cardmarket's YouTube channel publishes a lot of exciting Yu-Gi-Oh! content that you don't want to miss—discussing new cards and long-awaited reprints, the latest tech and the best decks, falling and rising prices … Collecting everything in one place, here's your TV program for the week of June 20.


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This article has been updated throughout the week with embedded videos, additional information, and lists of cards or decks.




Tuesday, 16:00

Yu-Gi-Oh! sometimes changes cards to make them less complex, and to fix broken cards. Here are a few that were noteworthy!




Thursday, 16:00

There was a time Konami almost lost a lawsuit over the right to distribute their own card game! Here are a few of the cards whose fake/counterfeit reprints sparked this debacle:




Friday, 17:00

Adam quizzes Carl, a Magic player on the power level of some Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. Some of them proved meta warping, others are just utter trash.



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Waffleswitcher(22.06.2022 12:26)

I think they shouldn't errata broken cards. Just let them stay on the banlist and give them retrains like they did with all the mirror forces until the power creep finally made it not broken anymore. Really bugs me that they changed Chaos Emperor Dragon's effect instead of just making a weaker version of it in a different card. I mean they already did that, but why not just make one that is basically the errata'd version and leave the old one be?
I understand they don't want to make the banlist too long, but it's just dumb to change old cards - after they have been printed thousands of times - to do something completely different.

Azdrerios(24.06.2022 16:48)

I'd say that errata'ing old cards is fine as long as the effect remains mostly the same. Rescue Cat errata was fine, Future Fusion errata was okay, Crush Card errata was bad.

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