Raigeki

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demian317(2015-05-10 12:21)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:21)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:21)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:20)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:20)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:20)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:20)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:20)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

demian317(2015-05-10 12:20)

Unlike Dark Hole, this card only destroys your opponent's monsters, so it is live more often than Hole. If monsters on his/her side of the field are not floaters (don't get effs while sent to graveyard) you can easily make pluses with this card. Although Raigeki shouldn't always be used as soon as possible. Depending versus which deck we play, we should wait for them to summon their key monsters that lock us down and then use Raigeki (eg: Playing Shaddolls against Tellars: In most cases you wait for your opponent to summon Constellar Diamond and then you use it. However there are exceptions, it depends on the current game situation.). It is a staple in almost every deck.

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