Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End

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This Week on Video (25/2022)

By CMInsightTeamYGO (2022-06-21)

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.

This Week on Video (24/2022)

By CMInsightTeamYGO (2022-06-14)

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 13.

Chaos History: From BLS to Chaos Creator

By Lepprince (2021-11-16)

One light, one dark, all pain! Seeing a light and dark monster in your opponent's graveyard has been a sign of disaster for many years now. Why is that though and why does Konami seem so interested in supporting it. What is the history of the terrifying archetype known simply as "Chaos"?

Yu-Gi-Oh! History: Final Countdown

By RyanA (2021-11-10)

The premise of a Final Countdown deck is simple, somewhat elegant, and mostly infuriating to play against. "Patience is a virtue" is taken to another level with this strategy and today we'll take a look at the few moments when this deck made waves throughout the game's history.

The Many Different Ways to Play Yu-Gi-Oh!

By RyanA (2021-07-15)

The vast majority of players stick to Advanced Constructed, and there's nothing wrong with that. Sticking to the competitive metagame alone is enough to keep even the most avid aficionados coming back for more. But there's a whole world out there of other ways to play this game we all know and love.

Is Konami Promoting Deck Diversity?

By TheLastPharaoh (2021-07-07)

Formats come and go, and so do the decks on top of the food chain. Some manage to pop back into the competitive scene, while others find themselves unplayable or unable to keep up after once being the deck to beat. Such is the cycle of life. But something strange has happened recently and we want to find out why.

How to Clean Up the Forbidden and Limited List

By ThomasR (2021-04-23)

As of March 2021 there are 185 cards on the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG's Forbidden & Limited List. Konami has made some efforts to remove surplus entries from the restrictions, but there is much more that could be done. I think it would be possible to clear out 20% of the cards with a single sentence.

Yu-Gi-Oh! History: Life After Goats

By RyanA (2021-02-16)

If you regularly watch Yu-Gi-Oh! content on YouTube, you will definitively have come across the term "Goat format" before, referencing the state of the game in the summer of 2005. However, not many people are familiar with how the game progressed afterward. What changed after Goats?

Fear of Coming Back: The Erratum

By Tatsym (2021-02-04)

Occasionally, Konami releases cards from long stints on the ban list. But not all cards can be allowed back in. These rare cases where a card is too powerful, too unfun, or too time-consuming. But Konami has implemented a "nuclear option" for these situations: errata.

Menace from the Past: Is It Time to Unban Yata Garasu?

By Tatsym (2021-01-21)

It's been 18 years since Yata Garasu and Chaos Emperor Dragon's devastation was curbed by a swift banning. Many thought the day would never come when we would talk about unbanning cards that caused so much havoc on the Yu-Gi-Oh meta! But that's exactly what we're here to do.

The Top 5 Best-Selling Monsters, Spells, and Traps of 2020

By ThomasR (2020-12-21)

For our final Insight article of the year, we're revealing the correct answers to our Christmas contests. It's time to show off the monster, spell, and trap cards that were traded the most on Cardmarket.com between January and the end of October. How many of them did you guess correctly?

Return of the Staples

By Tatsym (2020-11-25)

Yu-Gi-Oh! always has been dominated by strong generic cards. These so-called staples see broad application across all kinds of decks and strategies. Each format has their own, and each new release brings new staples. But nowadays it seems like 50% of any deck are good generic cards.

Resurgence of Sealed Product

By TheLastPharaoh (2020-10-06)

Konami has recently started wooing the player base by offering sought-after rarities to the core sets and some side sets, causing an increase in the appeal of purchasing sealed product that contains either new rarities or old rarities that are making a comeback. Let us take a look at them.

Why Is Painful Choice Banned?

By RobinS (2020-09-29)

In this article of the "Why Is It Banned?" series, we will take a closer look at one of the oldest cards in the game: Painful Choice. It has been banned for over fifteen years now and it is time for us to investigate the reasons that led to its ban and why it remains banned today.

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