Now that you know the basics of how Infernoids work, how do you apply that to building an Infernoid Deck? Check out our video guide to the basics of building and Infernoid Deck!
When the Infernoids debuted in Secrets of Eternity, they hit the scene with seven monsters ranging from Level 2 to Level 10. That’s a big lineup, but with one Infernoid at each Level, Infernoids at Level 1, Level 6, and Level 9 were all conspicuously missing. If you’re not familiar with Infernoids here’s a quick crash course: Read more…
Here’s something to think about: When is a card “for” your Deck?
For many Duelists, the answer is “When it shares the same theme name as the rest of the cards in my Deck.” That certainly is the most common answer, and looking for theme names does make it much easier to identify cards that definitely will work with your strategy of choice. But what it won’t do, is help you to discover and develop new strategies, nor will it even come close to catching all the cards that can help out your current strategy. To demonstrate my point, ask yourself this question: “What is the most recent card released for Mecha Phantom Beasts?”
Nekroz may have stolen the spotlight at YCS Tacoma, but they aren’t the only Ritual Monsters out there that can compete! The 2014-2015 Dueling season has been something of a renaissance for Ritual Monsters, featuring at least 1 new Ritual Monster in each booster starting with Duelist Alliance and ramping up to 7 in The Secret Forces. Ritual Monsters have evolved quite a bit since Saffira, Queen of Dragons debuted in Duelist Alliance, but she’s still my favorite of the new bunch and an excellent monster in her own right. Can you even name another Ritual Monster that gives you access to a theoretically infinite number of copies of Effect Veiler, Honest and Artifact Lancea?
(Editor’s Note: Vanity’s Emptiness was first and last released in 2010 as a common in Starstrike Blast. While overlooked at the time, it has since become a mainstay of Dueling. It will become available again as part of the Legendary Collection 5D’s Mega-Packs.)
Vanity’s Emptiness was one of the most popular cards in the game over the last few months. It was played in dozens of Top 32 decks in Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tournaments, and it was commonly run in twos and threes in Shaddolls, Satellarknights, Burning Abyss, and just about any other Deck you can think of. It’s a Continuous Trap that stops both Duelists from Special Summoning, putting a stop to just about every current strategy!