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Retaliation Will Be Swift, Miniscule, and Insectoid

September 10th, 2015

Retaliating “C” is the newest addition to the pesky pile of bugs that make things tough for your opponent. These cockroaches are great at causing all sorts of trouble, and Retaliating “C” is no different. If you’re unfamiliar with this pesky monster, here’s what it does! Read more…

Interested in seeing the Infernoids in action?

June 9th, 2015

Then you’ll want to check out this match from YCS Columbus! In it, the Infernoid strategy is pitted against Lightsworn, a strategy that Infernoids borrow several key cards from! This match lets you see a lot of different Infernoid cards in action and provides an example of one type of “conversion” Side Deck – a Side Deck that allows you to radically modify your own strategy on the fly. In this case, many Trap Cards are added to a Deck that has few or no Trap Cards during the first Duel, which virtually guarantees that no Spell/Trap destroying cards will be sided in against you.

YCS150 Post-Game: Which CROS Cards Came Out On Top?

June 2nd, 2015

The analysis of all 1760-something Deck Lists from the 150th YCS in Columbus isn’t done yet, so I can’t tell you what the overall most impactful cards from Crossed Souls were. The analysis of the Top 32 Deck Lists, on the other hand, is done, so I can tell you what the top 5 most successful cards from Crossed Souls were over the YCS weekend! These are ranked based on how many copies of each appeared in the Top 32, and just for fun I’ll compare it to my prediction list for the most impactful CROS cards from before the event as well. Read more…

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Basic Infernoid Deck Construction

May 19th, 2015

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!

Infernoids: How Do They Work?

May 19th, 2015

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…