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Starter Decks: Twisted Knightmares and Match of the Millennium were released near the end of May and greatly shook up the competitive scene. Last format, which started in December with the release of Trials of the Kingdom, was mostly dominated by the Cocoon Warrior strategy.Read Full Article
Draw cards are powerful and popular. Some are better than others, but only one of them could currently force you to stay away from certain decks due to financial implications. Is the card itself insanely expensive? Not really; it just received its first reprint. Nevertheless it is potentially quite expensive to use.Read Full Article
It's the 24th of February in 2017. You just bought a booster box of the new set Fusion Enforcers, hoping to get that new Invoked Archetype. You open up your first couple of booster packs and there is Aleister the Invoker. You have no idea how much this card will impact the metagame going forward.Read Full Article
Yu-Gi-Oh! is a game that requires buying cards. Archetypes rise and fall, newer ones come along, and some cards that used to be expensive lose their value while others gain value and popularity over time. Have you been playing for a while? Do you have a collection of cards? Why don't we take a look through them?Read Full Article
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.Read Full Article
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.Read Full Article