It’s time to build on a budget again. Many people are starting school again and simply don’t have the income for a fully fleshed out optimal deck. I’m not setting a budget for this deck, we’re just going to try to balance cost and deck strength as best we can. For everyone outside of the United States, I’m sorry that I talk about dollars, but that’s where my largest audience is. These cards should also be cheap in your local currency. This time, it’s Burning Abyss, so let’s get into it. Continue reading “Building on a Budget: Burning Abyss deck guide”
If you want to perform the best, you need to use the best deck. This gives you the best chance of winning and affords you more misplays than playing a worse deck. While there are valid reasons not to play the best deck, the most common is price. Yugioh is a hobby. Hobbies are expensive. They’re not required, and you pay money to do your hobby because you enjoy it. While making money playing yugioh is possible, that’s not what today is about. At the time of writing this, Shining Victories is the latest set. I’m going to take a look at Performapals, and see what we can save. The process is the same for any deck, in any currency. Continue reading “Four steps to building on a budget”
Satellarknights debuted in summer of 2014. Back then they were able to compete with the other decks, Shaddolls, Burning Abyss and shortly after, Qliphort. But as time passed and new cards came out, Tellars slowly got power creeped and received a lot of collateral damage. Continue reading “Please don’t play Tellarknights anymore.”
Building on a Budget is a section where I go over a deck that can compete on the local and regional level and is relatively inexpensive. This time, I’m going to talk about Monarchs. And since the structure deck came out recently, that makes it pretty cheap.