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The Spiritual Successors to Spirits!

February 12th, 2015

Secrets of Eternity debuted two monsters from a mysterious new tribe – Yosenju Tsujik at Level 4, and Yosenju Magat at Level 6.

Tsujik works a lot like Honest or Blackwing – Kalut the Moon Shadow: when one of your Yosenju battles another monster, you can discard it from your hand to boost your battling Yosenju by 1000 ATK. Or, when Tsujik’s on the field you can target a Yosenju to buff it by 1000 Attack Points that way. Yosenju Magat is a Level 6 Tribute Monster, but when you Normal Summon it, you get to Special Summon another Yosenju with a different name from your Deck.


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Secrets of Eternity: A Space Odyssey

January 14th, 2015

The Qliphort menace spreads in Secrets Of Eternity, which launches this Friday! While Qliphort Scout became one of the most feared cards of 2014, anchoring the Qliphort Pendulum Scale at 9 and searching a free card every turn, Qliphort Monolith completes the deadly diptych; a Scale 1 Pendulum Monster that rivals the power of Scout.


The Qliphort strategy’s all about amassing a growing armada in your Extra Deck. Since Pendulum Monsters are sent there when they’d normally go from the field to the Graveyard, each destroyed, Tuned, or Tributed Qliphort just comes back. With Qliphort Scout searching a card every turn, the pressure mounts fast. But Qliphort Monolith takes that strategy to new heights… Read more…

Secrets of Eternity:

January 8th, 2015

Noble Arms – Excaliburn and Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Noble Arms

November 20th, 2014

The new Noble Knights of the Round Table Box Set will unite Artorigus’ forces and bring new allies to the fray! Now’s a great time to revisit the most powerful members of the Noble Knighthood, and get familiar with their legendary arsenal Read more…

Dodging Danger with Denko Sekka!

November 4th, 2014

Cards that effectively put big chunks of the game on pause are always really powerful: Vanity’s Emptiness is one of the most popular Trap Cards of the year, shutting off all Special Summons; stuff like Macro Cosmos, Dimensional Fissure, and Soul Drain are so powerful they have to be Limited to 1; and Royal Decree’s Trap-stopping power have made it one of the most feared Traps of all time. Dark Simorgh prevents cards from being Set, but the need for both WIND and DARK monsters to use it effectively keeps it out of competition. Cards like these place restrictions on both Duelists, but if you control them you get to choose when they hit the game, and you can build your Deck to play around them in advance.

The New Challengers introduces a powerful new monster that’s somewhere in between Royal Decree and Dark Simorgh, but it’s Level 4 and can be played in any Deck! Check out Denko Sekka! Read more…