Raidraptors is a theme many players aren’t familiar with due to their support being so spread out across sets. But Wing Raiders finally brought the last few pieces the deck needed. If you want, you can read the cards for yourself, but if you don’t know how to read, don’t worry, I’ll cover them here.
The Burning Abyss deck has a lot of problems.
If the deck didn’t have any problems, why would you play anything else? Well, you’re going to lose games to yourself. You can either not play traps and get blown out by stuff like Abyss Dweller or you can play a ton of traps and lose to Twin Twisters because you’re relying on traps to protect you. You only have one Graff, one Tour Guide and two Cir, how are you going to make plays with your precious Burning Abyss deck
If you’re playing Yugioh, you likely have gear or supplies other than just the cards. Or you’re looking to get some and want to know what the best is. Sure, you can play with bare cards on a bare table and keep track of everything in your head, but that ruins your cards and can make handling them more difficult. These are the top 5 items I would never play without.
Welcome to the Format Archive, where I go a format, one at a time. Last time I covered the September 2012 format and today I will cover the March 2013 format. Everyone just calls this the Dragon Ruler format, but more things happened than just Dragon Rulers and I’m here to tell you about those things.
So in a Facebook group, someone leaked the alleged March 2016 Forbidden & Limited list. They said it will be released on March 9th, and put into effect March 18th. They also leaked an OTS pack, but I live in Spain, and currently don’t have a locals to attend. Also, I just don’t want to talk about reprints. Prices go down. It’s boring. Let’s talk about the potential March 18th list.
Jake Quinsee is better known as the guy who summoned Battle Fader for game, but really he’s a pretty nice guy from the UK, and I luckily got the chance to chat with him.
Welcome to the Format Archive, where I go over a format, one at a time. Last time I covered the Summer 2012 format and today I’ll cover the September 2012 format and tell you about the best Yugioh decks in the TCG.
This is a series coming to you in four parts explaining, in detail, gameplay that I often see done incorrectly. So I’m here to explain how Chains and effects work.
Phantom Knights got third place at the recent UDS! What do you think of Jeff Jones’ list? Is Break Sword worth $40 right now?
Welcome to the Format Archive, where I go over a format, one at a time. Last time I covered the September 2011 format and today I’ll cover the March 2012 format and tell you about the best Yugioh decks in the TCG. Keep in mind I’m only covering Yugioh in the TCG as I don’t play in OCG and never have, so I feel like I don’t have enough knowledge about it to make any comments.