Yu-Gi-Oh! History: Life After Goats
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
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.
Why Is Premature Burial Banned (But Monster Reborn Isn't)?
Reviving monsters back from the graveyard has been a powerful strategy since the early days of Yu-Gi-Oh! and Premature Burial allows you to do just that. However, the card itself hasn't been allowed for several years while similar options remain legal. Today, we will look into this.
Card Spotlight: Emergency Teleport
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!