Invoked: Five Years of Normal SummonsBy Lepprince (2022-05-05)
February 23, 2017 saw the release of Fusion Enforcers. The set brought with it a ton of Predaplant and Fluffal support, but vastly overshadowing these two was Invoked. This simple but versatile engine quickly found itself in top cut breakdowns. How did it happen? And why are people still playing it five years later?
Edison: Goat's Younger BrotherBy Lepprince (2022-02-15)
We already covered the ever so popular Goat a while ago. This, however, is not the only historic Yu-Gi-Oh! format out there that still enjoys play to this day. The very small period in time that became known for the headline event of SJC Edison 2010 gave us one of the most diverse environments ever!
The January 2022 Ban List: Finally a Big Shakeup!By Lepprince (2022-02-02)
It's here! It took a bit, but we have finally received the long-awaited update to the Forbidden & Limited List. This format was fun, but it was getting stale, really. Most of the top decks relying on floodgates or un-outable boards didn't help, but did this ban list fix the issues?
First Impressions: Yu-Gi-Oh! Master DuelBy Lepprince (2022-01-27)
Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is upon us! Revealed half a year ago, the long-awaited official simulator for our favorite TCG is finally here. The trailers looked absolutely amazing, but does it live up to the expectations? Is it really free to play? Is it a buggy mess? Here are some first impressions!
The Eternal Format: A Very Playable YearBy Lepprince (2022-01-06)
There have been many formats players like to go back to or reminisce over how good and fun they were. Goat, Edison, HAT, and many more from the game's history. One of the latest additions to this list is the entirety of 2019: what's commonly called the Eternal format. But was it really as good as we remember?