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Generic Cards to Pick Up from Lightning Overdrive

ConstructedBy TheLastPharaoh (2021-06-10)

Lightning Overdrive is the newest main set. It adds some interesting generic and semi-generic cards that are definitely worth a glance or two. Some may prove important to the format at large, or relevant to niche stratgies, and some may even fly under the radar. Let's explore the candidates!

Cards from Legendary Duelists Season 2 to Look Out For

SpoilersBy RyanA (2021-01-19)

The set combines the card pools of Legendary Duelists packs White Dragon Abyss and Sisters of the Rose, based on the rivaling characters and female protagonists of the anime series. There are some new cards as well and other gimmicks to give this set some flavor. Let's have a look at what it has to offer!

Card Spotlight: Emergency Teleport

ConstructedBy RyanA (2021-01-14)

Emergency Teleport was released way back in 2008. It was one of the early all-stars that allowed for easy synchro summoning, seeing as some of the best tuners available were Psychic monsters. But that is not all it did. From boosting the consistency of your deck by grabbing starters to extending plays, E-Tele does it all!

History of the Synchro Mechanic

EntertainmentBy RyanA (2020-11-24)

Synchro monsters were the first new card type to be added to the extra deck, originally named fusion deck. Although some players were skeptical of them at first and hesitant to try them out, they quickly became a staple in competitive Yu-Gi-Oh! In this article we'll have a look at the mechanic's lifespan.

Remote Duel Invitational: Matteo Bertulezzi's 60-Card Dragon Link

Event CoverageBy ThomasR (2020-10-22)

October saw another exciting installment to Konami's Remote Duel Invitational series, this time returning to Europe. The event featured a mixture of content creators and top-level competitive players. Let's take a look at the winning deck, Matteo Bertulezzi's 60-card Dragon Link.

Yu-Gi-Oh! History: The Decks That Dominated 2012

EntertainmentBy RyanA (2020-10-08)

Sometimes, all you need to hear is a year to be reminded of a certain Yu-Gi-Oh! format. 2019 is "the eternal format," 2005 is Goats, 2014 is either HAT format or DUEA format, depending on who you ask. But what does the 2012 format look like? Let's take a trip down memory lane.

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